Dr. Cecilia Lindskog, Sweden, Uppsala University
Leader for the Tissue Proteome program and Director of the Tissue Atlas, part of the Swedish Human Protein Atlas project.
Department of Immunology, Genetics and Pathology.
David Goodlett, USA, Professor in Pharma-sciences
«My interest in science revolves around protein structure-function relationships. I have used mass spectrometry to pursue this interest and, recently, this has led me to be involved in the investigation of early protein markers of lung diseases and leukemia classification»
Prof. Huanwen Chen, East China Institute of Technology, China
Head of Jiangxi Key Laboratory for Mass Spectrometry and Instrumentation, the world-known leader in application of high-resolution measurements for Agricultural and Food Chemistry and Direct-Infusion Metabolomics of Humans, Animals and Plants.
Dr. Elena Ponomarenko, Russia, Institute of Biomedical Chemistry
Laboratory for postgenome data analytics, automated data-mining and text-processing. Co-PI in the International Chromosome Centric Human Proteome Project, PhD in bioinformatics.
Dr. Paola Roncada, Italy, Istituto Sperimentale Italiano L. Spallanzani
Laboratory of microbial proteomics and quality and food safety. Currently running project for milk proteomics, and studying multi-drug resistance and inflammation in farm animals (cows).
Prof. Mikhail Gorshkov, Russia, V.L. Talroze Institute of Energy Problems of Chemical Physics
The headliner in bioinformatics-based proteomics, currently engaged into the large project in searching the aberrant proteins in cancer samples (supported by Russian Scientific Fund). His group developed Protein Search Machine, the first MS/MS processing tool in Russia (supported by Ministry of Education and Science)
Vitaliy Chagovets, Russia, Senior Researcher
Collaborative work of Center for Gynecology, Perinatology and Obsterics (Moscow) and State Mass-spectrometry Lab (Jan-Xi, China), published in Scientific Reports, 2017:
Endometriosis foci differentiation by rapid lipid profiling using tissue spray ionization and high resolution mass spectrometry.
Arthur Kopylov, Russia, Leading Scientist
Arthur is the spokesman for the Russian athletes in CAS (the court, with resolves conflicts with WADA – world antidoping organization). He claimed, that due to the increased technologies now we observe ultra low-concentration of doping, which are contained in a regular diet of a person. See highly read paper "WADA moving toward illusions".
Anna Kydryavtseva, Head of Shared Facility “Human Genome”, Institute of Molecular Biology, Russia
Ann succeeded to link next-gen sequencing to practical applications. Biochip multiplex analytics was applied to determine the optimal ways to cure early and late stages of breast/ovarian cancer. In 2016 her work received the top-most award of Russia for science and technology.
Alexey Moskalev, Institute of Biology, Komi Science Center of RAS, Russia
Head of the lab. for molecular radiobiology and gerontology (Scientific Center of Komi), Head of the ecology lab in Syktyvkar State University, Head of the genetics of ageing lab in Moscow Physical-Technical University.
Jiri Petrak, CPh.D., Associate Professor, BIOCEV, First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, Vestec, Czech Republic
«We use quantitative proteomic approaches to study … molecular mechanisms underlying the development of drug resistance in various tumors or the processes responsible for heart failure. See Proteomics, Beer and Chilies»
Eugene Nikolaev, Prof., SkolTech
Famous for his great contribution into the analytical mass-spectrometry, Eugene will deliver a lecture for expression changes in blood plasma after space flights. In collaboration with Institute of Medico-Biological Problems (scientific head – Prof. Alexander Grigoriev) and Proteomics Centre at the University of Victoria, Canada, head – Dr. Cristoph Borchers.
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