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Prof Sergey Piletsky

Starts: 8 October 2014

Wednesday 8th October 2014

Leicester University

"Can synthetic receptors replace monoclonal antibodies in diagnostic and in vivo applications?"

Prof Sergey Piletsky Seminar Speaker 14-15

 

Recent Academic and Research Appointments:
16/09/2013 Professor of Bioanalytical Chemistry, University of Leicester, Head of Leicester Biotechnology Group
Education and degrees:
1985 – MSc, Kiev State University
1991 - Ph.D., Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Kiev
Publication Summar:y
Total number of papers: 260 (H-Index 46), including 21 books/book chapters. Total number of patents: 41.
Awards and fellowships:
JSPS Fellowship (1995); Award of President of Ukraine (1996-1997); DFG Fellowship (1997); Leverhulme Trust Fellowship (1998-1999), Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award (2002-2007).
Other esteem indicators:
I have consulted for government organisations of Finland, Sweden, UK and USA. I have given over 70 presentations at international meetings, including BIOSENSORS, EUROMEMBRANE, MIP2000-2012, Gordon Conference on Mycotoxins 2006, and Bioanalytical Sensors (2008). I have chaired 1st and 2nd World Congresses on Synthetic Receptors (Lisbon, 2003 and Salzburg, 2005), and 2nd International Congress on Advanced Materials (2013, Zhenjiang). I am Visiting Professor in Jinan, Huazhong and Toulon Universities. I am member of Editorial Board of ACS Combinatorial Science, Board of Society of Molecular Imprinting, Fellow of the Society of Biology, Secretary General of the International Union of Advanced Materials. I have supervised number of MSc and PhD students (16 PhD students successfully completed their degrees).

More information including publications can be obtained here:
 http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/chemistry/people/academic-staff/prof-sergey-a-piletsky 

Location

Paul Spencer Lecture Theatre, Redwood (2.60C)
2pm - Refreshments from 1:50pm

Host

Dr Chris Allender

Position:Senior Lecturer
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Telephone: +44 (0)29 208 75824Extension: 75824

 

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