Dimitry Beluli is a senior partner of Beluli Giannotti LLP in Windsor Ontario, a firm he started in March 2009 together with Anthony Giannotti. Dimitry obtained his law degree in his home town from the University of Windsor and has been practicing Business Law, Real Estate Law and Will and Estates law in Windsor for over 25 years. Dimitry is also a Notary Public and is a commissioner of oaths in the Province of Ontario.
In addition to his career in law, Dimitry is a published medical research scientist, researching neural control of vasomotor function at the Robarts Research Institute in pursuance to his Master of Science Degree at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario. This research was supported by grants from the Medical Research Council of Canada and the Rick Hansen Legacy Fund, and resulted in two published abstracts in the Society for Neuroscience and two published papers in the prestigious American Journal of Physiology,
Dimitry is an accomplished computer programmer and computer systems consultant, providing services to businesses throughout the Southwestern Ontario region via his company, Enable Technology Systems. Dimitry is also an owner of SOCOR Corporate services, a corporate secretarial services company that also provides escrow services including computer source code escrows.
Dimitry was also an Institutional Analyst in the Institutional Analysis department at the University of Windsor. He provided information and analytic support to the university President, Vice Presidents and Deans as well as acting as a liaison between the University and the government and other universities. As a result of the transition of the University to its in house created University Student Information System, Dimitry authored many of the enrolment analysis reports used by the university administration that are still being used to generate reports on the University of Windsor web site to this day.
Dimitry has presented lectures at the University of Windsor to students, faculty and administration and has also taught the Bar Admission Course Business Law Section for the Law Society of Upper Canada. Dimitry also has presented at numerous functions and organizations in the Windsor area, speaking on a variety or pertinent legal topics.
Dimitry brings unique value to his clients by drawing on his experiences as a lawyer, medical researcher, computer programmer and institutional analyst, finding novel solutions to his client’s legal issues.
Dimitry Beluli has attained the following Degrees and Designations:
- Bachelor of Science Honours Physiology (minor in pharmacology) – University of Western Ontario granted in 1988
- Master of Physiology – University of Western Ontario granted in 1991
- Bachelor of Laws – University of Windsor granted in 1993
- Barrister & Solicitor – Admitted to the Rolls of the Law Society of Upper Canada (now the Law Society of Ontario) in 1995
- Juris Doctor – University of Windsor issued in 2013
- Beluli, D.J., Differential Control of Renal and Splenic Postganglionic Nerves by the Rat Ventrolateral Medulla. Faculty of Graduate Studies University of Western Ontario. September 1991.
- Beluli, D.J. and L.C. Weaver. Areas of rostral medulla providing tonic control of renal and splenic nerves. Am. J. Physiol. 261:H1687-1692, 1991.
Link to publication: http://ajpheart.physiology.org/content/261/6/H1687
Cited in 29 research papers.
Cited in 2 textbooks: Handbook of the Autonomic Nervous System in Health and Disease (2002) by Liana Bolis, Julio Licinio, Stefano Govoni and Central Nervous Control of Autonomic Function (2007) by Barry Jordan.
- Beluli, D.J. and L.C. Weaver. Differential control of renal and splenic nerves without medullary topography. Am. J. Physiol. 260:H1072-H1079, 1991.
Link to publication: http://ajpheart.physiology.org/content/260/4/H1072
Cited in 36 research papers.
Cited in 4 textbooks: Vestibular Autonomic Regulation (1996) by Bill J. Yates, Alan D. Miller, Central Nervous Control of Autonomic Function (1997) by Barry Jordan, Handbook of the Autonomic Nervous System in Health and Disease (2002) by Liana Bolis, Julio Licinio, Stefano Govoni, and Central Regulation of Autonomic Functions (2011) by Ida J. Llewellyn-Smith, Anthony J. M. Verberne
- Beluli, D.J., K. Hayes, and L.C. Weaver. Tonic sympathetic control of the kidney, spleen and heart originating from ventrolateral pontine neurons in rats. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, Volume 16 Part 1, 1990.
- Beluli, D.J. and L.C. Weaver. Differential control of renal and splenic nerves is not due to topographical representation in ventrolateral medulla. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, Volume 16 Part 1, 1990.
- Beluli, D.J. Effects of University 101 on Academic Success. Report Presented to the Senate of the University of Windsor, 2003.
- Beluli, D.J. Report to the Academic Policy Committee on Admissions to the University of Windsor. Action Plan Working Group, 2003.
- Beluli, D.J. An Examination of High School Averages and First Year Grade Point Averages – University of Windsor Confidential Report, 2003.
- Beluli, D.J. An Analysis of Ontario and University of Windsor Demographics. University of Windsor Confidential Report, 2003.