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Dominic M Desiderio
University of Tennessee, USA
Keynote: J Chromatogr Sep Tech
Dominic M Desiderio spent 11 years at the Baylor College of Medicine Institute for Lipid Research, where he achieved the rank of Associate Professor. In 1978, he moved to the University of Tennessee, Health Science Center, where he is a Professor of Neurology (Chemistry) in the Department of Neurology, Professor of Molecular Sciences in the Department of Molecular Sciences, and Director of the Charles B Stout Neuroscience Mass Spectrometry Laboratory. His research focuses on basic molecular mechanisms in several human pathologies; in particular, pituitary adenomas. Currently, he uses proteomics to analyze phosphoproteins, nitroproteins and differentially expressed proteins in human tissues and fluids. Other areas of research include qualitative and quantitative analytical measurements of neuropeptides in tissues and fluids. He is an Editor of the Wiley journal Mass Spectrometry Reviews, and a Co-editor of the Wiley Book-Series on Mass Spectrometry.
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