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Journal of Medical Biomarkers and Diagnostic Methods (JMBDM)
Wayne Grant CarterPhD
Division of Medical Sciences & Graduate Entry Medicine
University of Nottingham Address:UK
Name: Wayne Grant Carter.
Work address: Division of Medical Sciences & Graduate Entry Medicine, School of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, University of Nottingham, Royal Derby Hospital Centre, Uttoxeter Road, Derby DE22 3DT.
Over 20 years’ experience of theoretical and technical biochemistry, immunology, and toxicology, with the ability to deliver high quality R & D under the pressure of strict time-lines.
Collaborative team player, and also able to drive projects forward by my own initiative with associated leadership skills.
Excellent strategic planning and organizational skills.
First class verbal and written skills, able to disseminate knowledge concisely by both oral presentation and production of experimental reports and publications.
Flexible, enthusiastic, and pro-active problem solver.
Keen and enthusiastic undergraduate and post-graduate teacher, mentor, and tutor, nominated for teaching-related awards.
Devised and delivered teaching material and assessments for a new BSc (Hons) degree program (began 2010), that attracts an increasing number of well-qualified students year on year, and teaching and workshop delivery to medical students.
Established an independent research group with a focus upon protein post-translational modifications, cellular signaling and pathology.
Attracted external research council and industrial funding for research projects, with results published in leading research journals.
My research & development career has been concerned with understanding cellular signaling and the protein changes and modifications that can trigger pathology, and how therapeutics can limit disease progression. Many extracellular signals bind to specific trans-membranous receptors to initiate a cellular signaling pathway [1-4,9,19]. Signal transduction invariably requires protein post-translational modifications (PTMs) to propagate intracellular signaling events. Additionally, PTMs arise from extracellular xenobiotic agents that cross cell membranes. An example is environmental pesticides that can adduct cellular proteins including a number of specific neuronal targets [8,10,13,14,16,17,19]. Other toxic agents such as alcohol trigger protein PTMs and damage to tissues and cellular proteins [12,20,21].
By utilizing proteomic strategies we have identified the damage that arises from these agents, and their specific cellular and nuclear (epigenetic) protein targets [5-8,10-17,20,21]. One such protein target is protein isoaspartyl methyltransferase (PIMT), an enzyme that normally repairs age-related protein damage, and whose activity is impaired by alcohol consumption [5,6,11,12,18,20,21].
My current laboratory studies include an examination of the targets and consequences of environmental pesticide exposures; hepato- and neuro-pathology of alcohol abuse; and studies of the protein PTMs and protein aggregation in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.
Juan Ramón de los Toyos GonzálezPhD
Department of Immunology
University of Oviedo Address:Spain
Name: Juan Ramón de los Toyos González
Date and place of birth: November 23, 1952; Oviedo, Spain
Marital Status: Married, 3 children
Licenciado en Ciencias Biológicas, Universidad de Sevilla, 22/11/1976
Doctor en Ciencias Biológicas, Universidad de Navarra, 18/10/1983
·Predoctoral Fellow Universidad de Oviedo 1975-76
· Teaching Assistant Universidad de Navarra 1979-85
·Postdoctoral Fellow Stanford University, California, USA 1985-87
·Postdoctoral Fellow Universidad de Oviedo 1987-1995
Tenured Senior Lecturer in Immunology
Universidad de Oviedo, Spain
Sociedad Española de Inmunología
Development and characterization of antibodies for diagnosis and/or therapy
Total Articles in Publication List: 41
Articles With Citation Data: 40
Sum of the Times Cited: 1262
Average Citations per Article: 31.55
Last Updated: 03/24/2015 09:23 GMT
Development and characterization of antibodies for diagnosis and/or therapy
Behdad Dasht BozorgPhD
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Eindhoven University of Technology Address:Netherlands
Behdad Dasht Bozorg is a postdoctoral scholar at the Department of Biomedical Engineering of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Behdad received his PhD from the electrical and computer engineering department of University of Porto, Portugal in March 2015. Behdad has received several awards including a four-year scholarship from the ministry of science and technology of Portugal (FCT) for his PhD.
Behdad received his undergraduate (BS.c.) education in Electrical engineering from Shahid Beheshti University of Iran, and a master (MS.c.) degree in Electrical and Telecommunication engineering from Yazd University of Iran in respectively, 2005 and 2009. Behdad is a member of IEEE, and has been served as reviewer for many IEEE conferences, and IEEE transactions.
Behdad was a member of National Organization for Development of Exceptional Talents (NODET) during his high school and elementary school in Iran. Behdad speaks English and Persian fluently, and also speaks Portuguese and has a B2 level certificate (European framework of reference for languages) in Portuguese.
Department of Biology
Razi University-Kermanshah Address:Iran
I am working as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Biology, Razi University-Kermanshah, IRAN since 2009. I was received my PhD degree in Molecular Genetics from the Australian National University (ANU) and CSIRO, Australia in 2008. Currently, I am working in the field of Bioinformatics and Functional genomics in all aspect of biological science. My research interests lay in Cancer Biology, Stem cells and Gene expression analyses, using high through put data, produced via Next Generation sequencing (NGS), Microarray analysis or Epigenetics. I am also interested in System Biology study and regulatory network analysis in cancer and stem cells. However, I am using Bioinformatics tools in different field of biology and medicine.
My research interests include:
Gene expression in different cells including Cancer and Stem cells
Regulatory Network analysis specially Cancer and Stem Cells
Alexander E. BerezinPhD
Internal Medicine Department
State Medical University Address:Ukraine
Dr. Alexander E. Berezin has received PhD in 1994 in the State Medical University of Zaporozhye (Ukraine). He is currently working as a Professor of Medicine in the State Medical University of Zaporozhye (Ukraine). As a Chief of Cardiology Unit of Internal Medicine Department, his research goals are fundamental study of biological markers, the implementation of visualization procedures and percutaneous cardiovascular interventions, the development of cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation, especially in the field affected heart failure, atherosclerosis, and coronary artery disease. Based on this research and training in heart failure he has received several awards and honors, such as: Award of The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (2002), Honor of The Ukrainian Cardiology Association (2004), and is serving one of the active members of the European Cardiology Society. He has authored more 550 research articles, 15 books/chapters. He is a fellow of the Ukrainian Cardiology Association; Member of the Ukrainian Heart Failure Association; Member of Heart Failure Association of the ESC; Member of European Acute Cardiovascular Care Association; Member of W.G. on Atherosclerosis and Vascular Biology of the ESC; Member of European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions; Member of European Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, Member of W.G. on Hypertension & the Heart of the ESC. He is current Editor-in-Chief of Biological Markers and Guided Therapy. He is serving as an editorial member of several reputed journals like Ukranian Medical J, J Cardiology and Therapy, Case Reports in Internal Medicine and expert Reviewers for journals like J Genetic Disorders and Genetic Reports; Obesity; Eur. J Clinical Investigations, etc.
Fundamental study of biological markers, the implementation of visualization procedures and percutaneous cardiovascular interventions, the development of cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation, especially in the field affected heart failure, atherosclerosis, and coronary artery disease.
Tijana Iši? Den?i?PhD
Laboratory for Endocrinology and Radioimmunology
Institute for the Application of Nuclear Energy-INEP Address:Belgrade, Serbia
Dr. Tijana Iši? Den?i? completed her PhD in the department of Molecular biology at University of Belgrade, Serbia, 2010. She has good experience as Research trainee, Research assistant as well as Research associate. She has interested in Fundamental studies of biological and genetic markers, diagnosis and prognosis of thyroid carcinomas, alterations in gene expressions during carcinogenesis of thyroid gland. She also published 11 articles.
Fundamental studies of biological and genetic markers, diagnosis and prognosis of thyroid carcinomas, alterations in gene expressions during carcinogenesis of thyroid gland.
Charles University Address:Czech Republic
Marie Ludvikova obtained her M.D. degree from the First Medical Faculty, Charles University in Prague, and Ph.D. at the Institute of Pathology, Medical Faculty in Pilsen, Czech Republic. She is currently Assoc. Professor of Pathology and Molecular Pathology at the Institute of Biology of the Medical Faculty in Pilsen and the pathologist-specialist at the Institute of Pathology of the First Medical Faculty in Prague, Charles University in Prague. She is a member of several domestic and international scientific societies.
The molecular events in head and neck squamous cell cancer and thyroid tumors