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Boris I Kurganov

Editor-in-Chief
Boris I Kurganov
Professor
A.N.Bach Institute of Biochemistry
Russian Academy of Sciences
Moscow
Russia
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Russian Academy of Sciences
Biography protein denaturation and aggregation, Protein folding and misfolding, Protein refolding, Chaperones (including chemical chaperones), Molecular crowding, Enzyme kinetics, Allosteric enzymes, Enzymes of glycogen metabolism, Protein dissociation and association, Differential scanning calorimetry, Dynamic light scattering.

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Adam Lesner

Editor-in-Chief
Adam Lesner

Professor of Chemistry
Gdansk University
Gdansk
Poland

Gdansk University
Biography peptide synthesis, combinatorial chemistry and proteolysis, along with substrates and inhibitors of selected proteases.

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Jun Ling

Executive Editor
Jun Ling
The Commonwealth Medical College
USA
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The Commonwealth Medical College
Biography cancer biology, transcriptional regulation, nuclear receptor, proteomics, label-free biophysical technique, and vaccine development.

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Georges Nemer

Executive Editor
Georges Nemer

American University of Beirut
Lebanon

American University of Beirut
Biography molecular mechanisms involved in heart malformations, transcription factors and other genetic studies.

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Amy K Sater

Amy K Sater
University of Houston
USA

University of Houston
Biography embryonic cell fate. These studies are conducted using the amphibian Xenopus; Xenopus embryos offer a unique opportunity to integrate analyses of gene function during vertebrate development with studies of biochemical and molecular mechanisms. A second major interest is genomics and the establishment of genomics resources for Xenopus.

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Rafael Alvarez Gonzalez

Rafael Alvarez Gonzalez
Department of Biochemistry
Centennial University of North Texas
Denton-Robert Toulouse School of Graduate Studies
USA

University of North Texas
Biography Pharmacology of DNA:Protein Interactions; Metabolic Diseases; Vitamin Metabolism; NAD Metabolism; ADP-ribosylation Reactions; Chronic Diseases; Cancer.

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Xu Rong Jiang

Xu Rong Jiang
Associate Director
Department of Analytical Biochemistry
MedImmune Industries
Gaithersburg
USA

MedImmune LLC
Biography engineered cell lines, receptor binding assays, and rapid readout assays

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Kota V Ramana

Kota V Ramana
Associate Professor
Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
University of Texas Medical Branch
USA

The University of Texas Medical Branch
Biography Cellular metabolites mediated signal transduction pathways; Oxidative stress signaling in inflammatory complications; Role of polyol pathway enzymes in inflammatory pathologies.

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Xiaoli Gao

Xiaoli Gao
Biological Science Division
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Richland, WA
USA

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Biography Biochemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Mass Spectrometry, GC-MS, LC-MS, Metabolomics, and Proteomics.

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Joshua Smith

Joshua Smith
Department of Chemistry and Physics
Armstrong Atlantic State University
USA

Armstrong Atlantic State University
Biography Biochemistry and has a patent on his work in bioapplications of nanotechnology.

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Adi Zaltsman

Adi Zaltsman
Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology
State University of New York
Stony Brook, NY
USA

State University of New York
Biography molecular biology, gene cloning and manipulation, yeast two-hybrid system, plant tissue culture, confocal microscopy, protein-protein interactions .

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Guanyu Wang

Guanyu Wang
Department of Physics
George Washington University
USA

The George Washington University
Biography Enzyme kinetics
Systems biology
•Computational and Mathematical biology
• Complex diseases.

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Hideko Kaji

Hideko Kaji
Jefferson Medical College
Thomas Jefferson University
Philadelphia, PA
USA
 

Thomas Jefferson University
Biography protein transferase (ATE1), which transfers arginine to proteins.ATE1 is now recognized as the key enzyme which plays an important role in protein function and degradation. Discovery that J chain which is an essential protein for the polymerization of polymer immunoglobulins(IgM and IgA) is produced even in cells which does not form polymers. Recent finding that the fourth step of protein synthesis, recycling of ribosomes in eukaryotes is catalyzed by a factor called eEF3 (eukaryotic elongation factor three).I also contributed a great deal to elucidation of the fourth step in prokaryotes catalyzed by ribosome recycling factor (RRF).

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Edward N Harris

Edward N Harris
Department of Biochemistry
University of Nebraska
USA

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Biography blood stream. My lab seeks to understand how the liver scavenges heparinoid molecules and what other molecules may inhibit or enhance the initial steps in this catabolic pathway. Other interests include the host liver cell of the stabilin receptors which is the sinusoidal endothelial cell (SEC) and how it behaves under metabolic stresses such as dyslipidemia and fluxes of heparin and HA. There are also interesting cross-talk pathways between SECs and hepatocytes since SEC are the guardians of the liver. They contain fenestration or cytoplasmic holes in which they act as a filter for macromolecular complexes. SECs are among the most endocytic cells in the body and their ability to internalize and catabolize the myriad amount of material from the blood has not been fully explored.
 

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Zhenyu Qin

Zhenyu Qin
Department of Surgery
Vascular Metallomics Research Laboratory
University of Texas Health
USA

The University of Texas Health Science Center
Biography nutrient in human. First, the sensitivity and application of metallomic techniques have greatly improved. Dr. Qin is utilizing a highly novel approach that combines cutting-edge X-ray fluorescence spectrometric (XRF) imaging with inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) to detect copper concentrations and localization in the blood vessel wall. Application of XRF imaging to biological samples in 2004 represented one of most exciting advances in metallomics. Dr. Barry Lai at the Argonne National Laboratory collaborates with Dr. Qin to apply this technique in vascular study. In addition, the emerging flow injection technique along with improved sample extraction methodology has produced a more powerful ICP-MS. The technique has been optimized and applied in Dr. Qin project in vascular tissues and cells via a close collaboration with Dr. Joseph Caruso in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cincinnati. Moreover, they established a novel concept, vascular metallomics, to bridge the gap between vascular biology and metallomics. Second, copper trafficking theory has been recently established and validated in several laboratories. This theory convincingly defines a group of proteins in the regulation of uptake, distribution, sequestration and export of copper. Among these proteins, ATP7A has attracted significant attention since the identification of its function as a copper egress pump and the discovery of mutations of ATP7A leading to human Menkes disease. Dr. Qin»s approach is to study the physiopathology of the interaction between cardiovascular homeostasis and copper metabolism in vascular biology via dissecting the function of ATP7A.

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Hengye Man

Hengye Man
Department of Biology
Boston University
USA

Boston University
Biography glutamate receptor trafficking and turnover, and its role in synaptic plasticity including long-term potentiation and depression, as well as homeostatic synaptic regulation. He also investigates axon growth and neuronal polarization.

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Eric A Toth

Eric A Toth
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Baltimore, MD
USA

University of Maryland Medical Center
Biography protein complexes crucial to chromosomal integrity and RNA processing.

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Xiaoduo Fan

Xiaoduo Fan
Harvard Medical School
Massachusetts General Hospital
USA

Massachusetts General Hospital
Biography metabolic problems in patients with schizophrenia.

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Noboru Sato

Noboru Sato
Department of Biochemistry
University of California
Riverside
USA

University of California
Biography molecular identity. We have determined that non-muscle myosin II (NMII) plays an essential role for the regulation of cellular interaction machineries in human and mouse ES cells, and is placed downstream of Rho-Rock signaling (Harb et al. 2008). Recently, we have reported that NMII is a key molecule which regulates cell survival of human pluripotent stem cells (Walker et al. 2010). We are currently focusing on understanding how NMII signaling and self-renewal regulators are interacting each other to determine the unique biological nature of human pluripotent stem cells.

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Jiri Adamec

Jiri Adamec
Department of Biochemistry
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
USA

Nebraska Center for Virology University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Biography cancer biology, identification of biological makers, elucidation of the impact of drugs on cells/organisms and development new technologies for proteomics and metabolomics.

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Hua Dong

Hua Dong
Department of Entomology and Cancer Research Center
University of California
USA

University of California
Biography Pharmacokinetics (PK) Study
•Hypertension
•Analytical Method Development

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Mingxuan Xu

Mingxuan Xu
Department of Neurology
Baylor College of Medicine
USA

Baylor College of Medicine
Biography drugs and are mutated in a human epilepsy syndrome called Benign Familial Neonatal Seizures. This research could lead to new understanding of epilepsy mechanisms and better treatments for epilepsy and related disorders.
 

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Yong Wu

Yong Wu
Department of Biochemistry
University of California
Riverside
USA

University of California
Biography Molecular investigation of the pathogenesis of obesity and diabetes
3) Lipid metabolism and signaling transduction
4) Molecular and cellular biology of cardiovascular diseases
5) Nitric oxidative (NO) and reactive oxygen species (ROS) signaling in endothelial
cell
6) Cancer and metabolism

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Marcy Hernick

Marcy Hernick
Biochemistry Department
Virginia Tech University
USA

 

Virginia Tech
Biography cellular membranes and as an important component of other essential small molecules (e.g. mycothiol). Mycothiol is a specialized inositol-containing molecule that is synthesized by mycobacteria and serves essential functions in these organisms by protecting against oxidative damage and detoxifying drugs and other toxins that enter the bacteria. Due to the important functions that these molecules serve, the enzymes that are used to make them are targets for drug development. Consequently, our long-term goal is to use information we gain about the structure and function of the enzymes that make these small molecules to design inhibitors with the potential to serve as therapeutic agents for the treatment of infectious diseases.

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Srinivasa Rao

Srinivasa Rao
Dionex Corporation
Sunnyvale, CA
USA

Dionex Corporation
Biography bio-molecule qualitative and quantitative analysis
•Monoclonal antibodies usage in cancer treatment
•Monoclonal antibody analysis and heterogeneity characterization by chromatography.
• HPLC method development using different stationary phases and various column chemistries for protein and monoclonal antibody analysis
• Cancer drug target discovery and development by employing intelligent analytical methodology
•Development of new analytical methods for applied research

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Yixuan Wang

Yixuan Wang
Associate Professor
Department of Natural Science
Albany State University
Albany
Canada

Albany State University
Biography molecular design of nano-material based drug delivery systems, noncovalent interactions of bio-nano systems, and molecular modeling and simulations of advanced power sources. As a PI, Dr. Wang’s research is currently supported by NIH, ARAA project, and ACS PRF. Dr. Wang’s awards include 2009 Research of the Year at Albany State University, State Natural Science Award (State Council of China, 1997).

 

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Edward Lai

Edward Lai
Professor
Department of Chemistry
Carleton University
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada

Carleton University
Biography food extracts; (b) molecularly imprinted polymers for the selective determination of therapeutic drugs in serum, ochratoxin A in red wine, and estrogenic compounds in waste water treatment by solid-phase extraction with differential pulsed elution; (c) laser desorption ionization for the TOFMS analysis of bioorganic molecules on polypyrrole-coated nanospheres; (d) self-assembled monolayers and electropolymerized thin films for adsorption of toxic metals (Hg2+, Ag+), radioactive nuclides (Sr-90, Y-90), and biomolecules (mycotoxins, peptides, proteins); (e) bioconjugation of quantum dots with proteins, antibodies and synthetic receptors; and (f) functionalization of superparamagnetic nanoparticles for removal of E. coli in water.

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Viljoen Adie

Viljoen Adie
Consultant Chemical Pathologist
Department of Clinical Biochemistry
East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust
Coreys Mill Lane
UK

East and North hertfordshire
Biography lipid management in the older person as well as the laboratory analysis of lipoproteins and hormones.
 

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Livia Visai

Livia Visai
Department of Biochemistry
University of Pavia
Italy

University of Pavia
Biography matrix proteins. Recently, She has focused her research interest to study the interaction of various biomaterials and 3D scaffolds such as polyurethanes and titanium foams with cells such as mesenchymal stem cells, adipose stem cells, osteoblasts, fibroblasts, platelets and macrophages. She is also involved in studying novel treatments for biomaterial surface modifications that are quite important to improve cell-material interactions and to reduce bacterial adhesion.
In 2006, Dr Visai has created a Center for Tissue Engineering CIT, whose research project was funded in 2007 FIRB at University of Pavia. She is vice-director of CIT.

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Thomas Efferth

Thomas Efferth
Professor & Head
Department of Pharmaceutical Biology
University of Mainz
Germany

University of Mainz
Biography pharmacology and the development of novel options for treatment and diagnosis of cancer. A major topic is research on natural products derived from medicinal plants. Two fields are in the center of his interest
1. Molecular pharmacology and toxicology of natural products. Drug resistance and severe side effects represent major obstacles of current chemotherapy. This necessitates the identification of novel compounds from plants with anticancer activity. The aims are a. the identification of novel drugs with improved tumor specificity and efficacy against drug-resistant tumors as well as less adverse side effects and b.  the analysis of underlying molecular modes of action in tumor cells and normal tissues. A current research project focuses on chemically pure compounds derived from medicinal plants and their analysis by systems biology

2. Genome-wide expression profiling and genomic aberrations in tumors. Drug resistance of tumor cells reduces the probability for patients to be cured and reduce survival. The knowledge of determinants which affect drug responsiveness of tumors and prognosis of patients would allow the design tailor-made treatment protocols for each individual patient. The aim is to develop techniques for the predictive determination for individualized therapy options and the implementation of natural products for treatment. The overall aim is the integration of active principles of traditional Chinese medicine into western medicine.
 

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Aurel Popa Wagner

Aurel Popa Wagner
Professor
Aging and Neural Repair Laboratory
Medical University Greifswald
Germany

University of Greifswald
Biography molecular mechanisms underlying aging progression and its significance for brain diseases. The group has a long-standing interest in molecular mechanisms of brain remodelling in the aged rat brain. His group has studied the plasticity of the aging brain in response to stimuli for more than 15 years and to stroke injury in aged animals for the last 10 years. Overall our results suggest that: (1) although older animals retain the potential for brain plasticity-related cytogenetic events after injury, the expression of key brain plasticity-associated genes and proteins is often attenuated and temporally altered; (2) an important cellular event associated with restricted axonal growth after stroke in aged animals is the early formation of a scar in the infarcted region; (3) Granulocyte-Colony Stimulating Factor lowers mortality and enhances neurogenesis in the brains of post-stroke aged animals; (4) vascular wall reactivity is exacerbated in the post-stroke aged animals. Expertise: aged animals models of cerebral ischemia; behavioral analysis; recording of EEG and various physiological parameters by telemetric measurements; MRI for small animals; immunohistochemical procedures, proteomics, genomics.

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Giuseppe Lazzarino

Giuseppe Lazzarino
Professor of Biochemistry
School of Biology
University of Catania
Italy
 

University of Catania
Biography Biochemistry, clinical biochemistry and translational medicine are the main areas of interest in prof. Giuseppe Lazzarino laboratory. In particular, he has interested in studying: 1) biochemical and metabolic changes in traumatic brain injury (both in rats and human beings); 2) energy metabolism and free radical damage in animals and human beings; 3) biochemical markers of clinical relevance in different pathological states (neurodegeneration, myocardial ischemia, etc.); 4) biochemical and molecular evaluation of IEM (inborn errors of metabolism ); 5) metabolic screenings for the prenatal diagnosis of IEM.

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Duarte Marques

Duarte Marques
Professor
Department of Oral Biology & Biochemistry
University of Lisbon
Europe

University of Lisbon
Biography Biochemistry presently defines itself as the field of knowledge related to the study of chemical and biochemical behavior, structure, development and function of oral tissues and related structures and their relationship with other organ systems in health and disease. His group is focused in the salivary domain with a developed expertise along the years of research. His main research areas are saliva properties and dental erosion, the organic and inorganic modifications on enamel and dentin by bleaching products and salivary changes in HIV.

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Scorei Ion Romulus

Scorei Ion Romulus
Biochemistry Department
University of Craiova
Craiova
Romania
Europe

University of Craiova
Biography prebiotic chemistry of Boron, Information concerning my origin of life research, Working in area of Low Resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Pulse Technique, Biology and animal nutrition.

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Zhongjun Zhou

Zhongjun Zhou
Associate Professor
Department of Biochemistry
University of Hong Kong
China

University of Hong Kong
Biography stem cells affect aging and how aging affects stem cells. He has been working on the molecular mechanism underlying the stem cell decline and signalling pathways that control the stem cells depletion in aging. He is also interested in how pericellular proteinase affects development.

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Abdalla El-Mowafy

Abdalla El-Mowafy
Professor of Biochemistry
Mansoura University
Egypt

Mansoura University
Biography Biochemistry, molecular pharmacology and signal transduction mechanisms of Cardiovascular disease, Cancer and Diabetes.

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Nilgun Tekkesin

Nilgun Tekkesin
Memorial Sisli Hospital
Department of Clinical Biochemistry
Sisli, Istanbul
Turkey

Yeditepe University
Biography blood coagulation and in hepatocelluler regeneration. She continued my awarded experimental studies in liver regeneration. The hospital is one of the main centre in liver regeneration and this creates new opportunities for me to work on liver, broadly. She dealed with errors in a hospital laboratory and patient safety. Especially, preanalytical errors in coagulation tests causing inapprociate results are the main errors in our laboratory besides many laboratories. The major research interests of her laboratory are to develop preventive medicine programs through clinical biochemistry research and the related basic and application research. Human epididymis protein 4 is one of the novel diagnostic and prognostic marker in ovarian cancers and has a great value combined with CA 125 (ROMA). She study this marker in a routine order in my laboratory and this is the first in Turkey. She improved the unneccesary usage of  so many blood transfusions in transplatation surgery by using thromboelastograph.

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Amin KA

Amin KA
Department of Biochemistry
Beni Suef University
Egypt

Beni Suef University
Biography food additives and its effect on the body organs.
We aim to study the role of biochemical markers, oxidative markers, nitric oxide, and inflammatory marker in obesity, hepatotoxicity and other organ affection.

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Aurelia Magdalena Pisoschi

Aurelia Magdalena Pisoschi
University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest
Romania

University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest
Biography enzyme sensors, voltammetry (differential pulse voltammetry and cyclic voltammetry), biamperometry based on the redox couple DPPH?/DPPH, UV-VIS spectrometry. These methods were used in the determination of several key compounds present in foodstuffs like sugars (glucose) and vitamins (ascorbic acid) and of the total antioxidant capacity.

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Sankaranarayanan Srinivasan

Sankaranarayanan Srinivasan
Department of Biochemistry
Baylor College of Medicine
USA

Baylor College of Medicine
Biography protein chemistry, molecular biophysics, structural biology, x-ray crystallography and membrane proteins.

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Xuping Sun

Xuping Sun
Professor
Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry
Chinese Academy of Sciences
China

Chinese Academy of Sciences
Biography Biochip; (4) Nanomedicine; (5) Supramolecular chemistry; (6) Materials chemistry; (7) Photocatalysis and photoelectrochemistry.

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Mohammad-Reza Rashidi

Mohammad-Reza Rashidi
Professor
Tabriz school of Pharmacy
Iran

Tabriz University of Medical Sciences
Biography drug metabolism, Investigation of structure/activity relationships for substrates and inhibitors of molybdenum hydroxylases, The effects of natural products on molybdenum hydroxylases activity and reactive oxygen species generation, Instrumental analysis of endogenous and exogenous compounds in biological samples, Application of chemometric methods in enzymology.

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Veronika Doubnerova

Veronika Doubnerova
Department of Biochemistry
Charles University, Prague
Czech Republic
Europe

Charles University in Prague
Biography plants under stress conditions, Enzyme kinetics and inhibition studies, NADP-dependent enzymes.

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Yagang Zhang

Yagang Zhang
Department of Chemistry
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Urbana
USA

University of Illinois at Chicago
Biography molecularly imprinted polymers and sensor arrays, composite materials, green chemistry and clean process based on molecular recognition.

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Jagat R Kanwar

Jagat R Kanwar
Associate Professor
Laboratory of Immunology and Molecular Biomedical Research (LIMBR)
Centre for Biotechnology and Interdisciplinary Biosciences (BioDeakin)
Institute for Technology & Research Innovation (ITRI)
Deakin University, Geelong
Australia

Deakin University
Biography nanomedicine based delivery systems for therapy/diagnosis, biotechnology, protein engineering of therapeutic proteins and find their mechanism of actions.

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Szabo Gabor

Szabo Gabor
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Semmelweis University
Hungary

Semmelweis University
Biography Pre-eclampsia, Pathological Pregnancies, Hypertension, Gene polymorphism

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Monica Butnariu

Monica Butnariu
Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry and Vegetal Biochemistry
Banats University
Timisoara
Romania

Banat University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine
Biography Biochemistry Research on natural compounds or active principles of plants Heavy metals accumulation mechanisms in plant and the absorption and translocation of different growth compounds by plants Analytical research for quantification of chemical and biological parameters using biomarkers.

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Ozlem Goruroglu Ozturk

Ozlem Goruroglu Ozturk
Co-Director
Balcali Hospital, Central Laboratory
Department of Clinical Biochemistry
Cukurova University
Turkey

Cukurova University
Biography laboratory medicine as well as the reduction of analytical and non-analytical sources of error. She is also involved in the clinical interpretation of routine laboratory tests (chemistry, hematology, coagulation, blood gas, toxicology, molecular and immunological tests).

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Karim Michail

Karim Michail
Assistant professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Faculty of Pharmacy
Alexandria University

Alexandria University
Biography immuno-spin-trapping/SDS-PAGE, Post-trapping derivatization of radical metabolites and fluorometric assays, Bioanalytical chemistry, drug metabolism, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacometrics, Biomedical chromatography and therapeutic drug monitoring, Impurity profiling of drug substances, validation protocols, and chemometric methods, Animal models of gastric ulceration.

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A Umamaheswari

A Umamaheswari
Associate Professor and Coordinator of BIF
SVIMS Bioinformatics Centre
SVIMS University
India

SVIMS University
Biography drug designing and reverse vaccinology approaches to identify potential drug molecules and vaccine candidates, respectively, against various bacterial pathogens. She has been using Molecular modelling, high throughput virtual screening, fragment based screening, QSAR analysis, pharmacophore modelling to propose potential inhibitors against several drug targets. Comparative and pan-genome reverse vaccinology method was implemented successfully to propose common epitope driven vaccines against several bacterial pathogens.

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Rajesh Arora

Rajesh Arora
Director – Life Sciences (Tech. & Admin.)
Defence Research and Development Organization
DRDO Bhawan
New Delhi
India

Defence Research and Development Organization
Biography drug design and development, particularly radiation countermeasure agents of natural (herbal as well as microbial) origin and augmentation of medicinally useful secondary metabolites using biotechnological interventions,Biotechnology, Radiation Biology, CBRN Defence, Natural Resources.

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M Salman Khan

M Salman Khan
Department of Biotechnology
Integral University
India

Integral University
Biography drug interaction with key enzymes/proteins in above disease models and to develop new analogues with the use of bioinformatics.

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Sumanbala Sharma

Sumanbala Sharma
Professor
Department Biochemistry
University College of Medical Sciences
G.T.B Hospital
Delhi
India

University College of Medical Sciences
Kiran Dip Gill

Kiran Dip Gill
Professor
Department of Biochemistry
Post Graduate Institute Of Medical Education and Research
India

Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research
Biography protein phosphorylation, peripheral markers, NTE isolation and characterization, neurobehavioral studies and Paraoxonase polymorphism. In addition to that her lab is also focusing on primary cell culture of neurons and microglia to understand the molecular targets of neuronal degeneration after exposure to organophosphates and heavy metals. An another area of interest is neuroprotection using various natural antioxidant and mitochondrial drug targeted delivery in vivo and in vitro systems.

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Subrata Chattopadhyay

Subrata Chattopadhyay
Professor
Homi Bhabha National Institute
Mumbai
India

Homi Bhabha National Institute
Biography Organometallic chemistry.
Natural Products: Natural radiomodifiers, anticancer agents and antiulcer drugs.
Biocatalysis: Non-aqueous Enzymology & microbial transformation, Enzymatic asymmetric reactions, Studies and modulation of enzyme topology, Bioremediation of organic and metallic wastes. Chemoenzymatic enantioselective syntheses.
Chemical Biology : Antioxidants and redox chemistry and biochemistry, Design of photo and radiosensitizers, Drug design for cancer and gastric ulcer therapy, New drug for nuclear medicine, Novel Material
Chemistry: Design of molecular hosts, Studies on supramolecular photoactive assemblies.

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Sharma B

Sharma B
Professor
Department of Biochemistry
Nodal Officer: Intellectual Property Rights Cell
University of Allahabad
India

University of Allahabad
Biography Molecular Biology of HIV-1, Biochemistry and Biochemical Toxicology.

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Rizwan Hasan Khan

Rizwan Hasan Khan
Professor
Aligarh Muslim University
Interdisciplinary Biotechnology Unit
Aligarh, India

Aligarh Muslim University
Biography Protein Folding / Stability and albumin-drug interaction as well as purification/refolding of recombinant proteins, 1. Protein stability, Structure and Function, 2. Amyloid induction and inhibition, 4. Interaction of lectin with rhizobia., 6. Protein aggregation and misfolding3. Characterization of folding intermediates of proteins at low pH,  

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Dr.Lixin Dai
Edward D Miller Building 320 
733 North Broadway 
School of Medicine  
USA
 
Johns Hopkins University
Priyank Kumar

Priyank kumar
Assistant Professor
Touro College of Pharmacy Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences
New York

Touro College
Biography molecular biology and biochemistry.  These distinct experiences have contributed to my overall desire to pursue my career as a scientist. The possibility of improving therapy for cancer patients combined with the intellectual challenge of fundamental research fuelled my passion for cancer pharmacology.  My research currently is focused on multidrug resistance mediated by ABC transporters; an intrinsic element in the field of cancer pharmacology. My dissertation research concentrates on “Quizartinib” which has shown to reverse multidrug resistance mediated by ABC transporters. My drive and passion for cancer pharmacology would like to see the translation of my research into clinics. As I continue my work in this field I would like to further hone my skills in the field of clinical (PK/PD and drug disposition) and translational sciences. In addition, my grant and paper writing acuity, oral presentation skills as well as mentoring and teaching high school, undergraduate and graduate students have given me the prowess to guide in the training of future researchers. "

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Nagham_Mahmood_Aljamali

Nagham Mahmood Aljamali
Assistant Professor
Chemistry Department
College Education for Women
Kufa University
Iraq

University of Kufa
Biography Intermolecular Cycloaddition Reactions 3. Preparation & Identification of New Hetero Bicycle Compound via Cyclization Reaction. 4. Synthesis and Characterization of New Cycles of Selenazane and Thiazane. 5. Synthesis and Identification of Oxazipen ,Diazipene Compounds Via Peri cyclic Reactions 6. Synthesis and Charactrization of Hetromacro cyclic Compounds via cyclization Reactions 7. Synthesis of seven-memberd hetero cyclic compounds via pericyclic reaction. 8. Synthesis & characterization of various amides via oxazepine compounds. 9. Synthesis of ligands from azomethine & identification with Cd. 10. Synthesis and bio-chemical investigation of series of Bis-(Aldamine-sugar). 11. Synthesis of Various –Membered Rings from ( aze-cycles). 12. Synthesis and investigation of macro compounds via alkylation and azotation reactions. 13. Synthesis & Investigation of Formazane compounds (Azo – Imine) and their complexes. 14. Synthesis of Heteroatomes Cycles through Cyclization Reactions. 15. Study effect of essential oils on resistant bacteria 16. Synthesis & characterization of Fused Rings by The Condensation. 17. Synthesis and Identification of Mono and Bicyclic Compounds Containing Dinitrogen Atoms as Anesthetic 18. Study effect of medical plant extracts in comparison with antibiotic against bacteria. 19. Synthesis and Characterization of Imine-Azo Polymer Ligands Derive a from Azo compounds , Acetylacetone and Amines and Their Metal Complexes with (Mn+2,Ni+2,Zn+2) 20. And other papers in (plant extracted, chromotograghy, biological activity, organic and inorganic chemistry, complex with ions.

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Amit Kumar Tyagi

Amit Kumar Tyagi
University of Texas
USA

University of Texas
Dr Amit Kumar Tyagi received his PhD degree in Applied Microbiology from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi, India where he studied the antimicrobial potential of different phytochemicals against food spoiling and disease causing microorganisms in in-vivo and in-vitro food models. During his PhD, he was awarded for European grant ‘Erasmus Mundus Corporation Window’ for doing part of his thesis work in University of Bologna, Italy. His work at The university of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center revealed that TNF exhibit pro-inflammatory activities and may mediate carcinogenesis through the activation of a transcription factor NF-κB. The gene products regulated by NF-κB have now been linked to cellular transformation, tumor cell survival, proliferation, invasion, angiogenesis, metastasis, chemoresistance, and radioresistance. Mostly carcinogens, tumor promoters, growth factors, inflammatory agents, chemotherapeutic agents, radiation, viruses, bacteria, cigarette smoke, alcohol and other life style factors activate NF-κB and another transcription factor STAT3. Dr Tyagi’s research group is working on safe and multi-targeting chemopreventive agents derived from natural resources suppress NF-κB and STAT3 pathway and suppress tumorigenesis.

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Study of transcription factors NF-kappaB and STAT3 signaling pathway, death receptor pathway, extrinsic and intrinsic pathway of apoptosis, anticancer properties of natural compounds in both in vitro and nude mouse models, study of cell cycle by flow cytometry, study of oxidative stress in animal models, antioxidants, study of genotoxicity by chromosomal aberration and micronuclei assay, study of gene expression by using western blotting and RT-PCR, DNA binding assay by EMSA, reporter gene expression, Immunohistochemical analysis, studies on both in vivo and in vitro experimental models, SEM, TEM, AFM, Food Microbiology and Food Chemistry, SPME-GCMS

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Nagendra Sastry Yarla

Nagendra Sastry Yarla
Department of Biochemistry
Gitam University
India

GITAM University
Biography Pharmacology, Enzymology, Drug Design.

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Boobalan Pachaiyappan

Boobalan Pachaiyappan
Department of chemistry
Northwestern University,
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