Victor Iouchmanov , Ph.D.

October 22, 1956 - October 27, 2022

Visitation: Sunday, October 30, 2022 from 2-5 p.m.; Devlin Funeral Home, Inc., Ross twp.

Service: Private


On October 27, 2022, Victor Iouchmanov, Ph.D. passed away. Victor was born in Moscow, Russia on October 22, 1956 as son of the late Evgeni E. Iouchmanov and Anna Stephaniants. Beloved husband of 25 years to Vera Iouchmanov, loving father of Anna Iouchmanov and Aline Santos Soler. Father-in-law to Edgardo Soler and grandfather of Alexander Soler. Victor was a faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh in the Department of Radiology.

Friends will be received on Sunday, October 30th from 2-5 pm at Devlin Funeral Home, Inc. 806 Perry Highway, North Hills.
Services and interment private. In lieu of flowers, please send memorial contributions to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

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  • Hoby Hetherington

    It is a sad day. Victor was someone who never complained, and always, always got the job done, a true team player. His efforts of handling the data analysis were critical to the science being done and should not be overlooked. As Jullie said, he always focused on doing the right thing, regardless of whether or not it was advantageous for him personally to do so. This is a rare trait these days, something I truly respected and immensely appreciated. He was a credit to the program and I will miss him both personally and professionally.

    Hoby

  • James Becker, Ph.D.

    I am shocked and dismayed to learn of Victor’s death. He was an important part of our team, and I always enjoyed speaking with him. I will miss him personally and professionally.

  • Pan, Jullie

    It is a sad day. Victor was someone who never complained, and always, always got the job done, a true team player. His efforts of handling the data analysis were critical to the science being done and should not be overlooked. As Jullie said, he always focused on doing the right thing, regardless of whether or not it was advantageous for him personally to do so. This is a rare trait these days, something I truly respected and immensely appreciated. He was a credit to the program and I will miss him both personally and professionally.

  • Moon, Chan-Hong

    It is so sad to lose our colleague and friend. Victor is an excellent MR scientist and did many contributions in MR research. He helped a lot for UPMC MRRC operation, particularly during COVID pandemic in last two years while he fought against cancer. Praying for him to be in peace in heaven.

  • Melissa Jones

    Dear Vera and Anna and Alina
    What a loss for your wonderful family. Feel so lucky to have known Victor over the years. He will be sorely missed
    sending you hugs and sincere condolences during this very difficult time. XOX, Melissa.

  • Steve Jones

    Victor was an exemplary colleague and lab-mate during our 10 lab years together and afterwards as a continuing friend. Our get-togethers have many treasured memories. Victor, we miss you. We hope these thoughts help just a little in our shared grief with you and your family.

  • Andrew Reineberg

    I am so happy I had the chance to work with Victor even though it wasn’t for very long. I will miss seeing Victor at the imaging center and am thinking of his family in this difficult time.

  • Beatriz Luna

    We collaborated with Victor for many years and he was a co-investigator in our grants and co-author in our articles. It was a pleasure to work with him and he was very much treasured by everyone in our lab for his hard work and endearing demeanor. He will be missed. Our greatest sympathies to his family.

  • Robin Buck

    I got to know Victor through work in the MR Center at Pitt. He was such a kind soul and will be deeply missed! My prayers are with your family during this difficult time!

  • Stephen Hegedus

    I was so sorry to hear of Victor’s passing. You have my sincere condolences. As his colleague at the MRRC I will miss our little chats in the lunchroom.

  • Pradeep Reddy Raamana

    Dr. Yushmanov was a great scientist, and a nice and wonderful person. I quite enjoyed my interactions with him at Pitt. My condolences to his family and friends! May he rest in peace.

  • Richard Zou

    I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family.

  • hong fung

    Victor was a quiet person. We did not get to talk a lot, but I sure will miss have a drink of vodka with him once a while.

  • Kathleen Lindell

    Dear Vera,

    We are so sorry to hear about your loss of Victor – what a wonderful man. May his memories be of comfort to you at this time. Hugs, Kathy

  • Sasha Kharlamov

    My deepest condolences to the family. My friend Victor was bright scientist and funny Russian guy. We loved to share our memories of living in former Soviet Union. Rest in peace, Victor.

  • Yingze Zhang

    We are deeply sorry for your loss. My husband and I still remember the day we met at the end of the biking trail, and he showed us his elegant arrangement for your bikes. Victor was a such wonderful person to know. We will be thinking of you and your family.

  • Janet Lee

    Thinking of you and your family during this difficult time. May memories of Victor comfort you.

 

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