Roman Zubarev

Karolinska Institutet
Roman Zubarev
Roman Zubarev was trained (M.Sc.) in Engineering Physics at the Moscow Institute for Engineering Physics, USSR, and received PhD in Ion Physics from the Uppsala University, Sweden, in 1997. After postdoc training in Cornell University, USA, he became associate professor of biological mass spectrometry in Odense University, Denmark. In 2002 Dr. Zubarev came back to Uppsala as professor of proteomics. In 2009 he has moved to Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, taking professorship in medicinal proteomics. Among his scientific achievements, Dr. Zubarev has pioneered electron capture dissociation and related ion fragmentation techniques, has formulated and verified the Isotopic resonance hypothesis, provided evidence for the isoaspartate hypothesis of Alzheimer’s disease and invented novel approaches in Chemical proteomics. For his contribution to mass spectrometry he has been awarded by the Carl Brunnee award (IMSC, 2006), Biemann medal (ASMS, 2007) and a Gold medal (Russian MS Society, 2013). Dr. Zubarev has published more than 280 peer-reviewed papers, and has several patents.


November 7 2019, 09:00
 - 09:30
Stream Keynote Address: Single-Cell Proteomics Learns To Speak