Dr. Nurbubu Tentievna Moldogazieva is Associate Professor at Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Moscow, Russia. She accomplished and received her Ph.D. dergree from Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (Moscow, Russia) and Dr.Sci. degree from Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow, Russia). She had her research training as visitor scholar at Duke University, NC, USA and Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. Fields of her scientific interests include: cancer biomarker research, embryo-specific and cancer-associated proteins, structure/function relationships, biologically/physiologically active peptides, short linear motifs, protein-protein interactions, cell signaling. Research methods used in her investigations are molecular dynamics simulation, bioinformatics, 3D structure modeling, protein separation/purification, immunology, immunochemistry, immunofluorescence. She has outstanding academic and scientific accomplishments and research findings with numerous publications in highly prestigious and high-impact scientific journals and participation in national and international scientific conferences.
Cancer Systems Biology; Computational and Structural Biology; Drug Design; Targeted Drug Delivery; Microscopy Imaging Methods; Mapping of Cancer-related Proteins; Discovering Interactomes for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Purposes; Regenerative Medicine; Translational Medicine.