Special Issue "State-of-the-Art in Biomedicine in Russia Federation"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2022) | Viewed by 15173
Interests: biomonitoring; carcinogenesis; occupational health; environmental health; endocrine disruptor; development
Interests: mutagenesis; radiation; chemical; chromosomal aberrations; micronuclei; comet assay; genotoxic effects; occupational hazard; molecular polymorphism; metabolism of xenobiotics; repair; apoptosis; sensitivity to mutagens; human microbiome; next generation sequencing
Russian science is unique due to the fact that its scientists are often educated differently and, therefore, their approach has always been holistic and complex. This is why certain significant tools in life science, such as systems biology, were introduced and applied very early on in the Russian Federation.
Close collaboration with Dr. Vladimir Druzhinin encouraged the idea for this Special Issue and we have faith that our successful cooperation will provide a platform for similar successes for other future teams.
The main historical problem of the language barrier has practically vanished. While knowledge of the Russian language presents an advantage, as it offers one the opportunity to read the online papers and books available in Russian, the English language is still popular in most of the world; thus, English has also become the language of science in the Russian Federation.
This Special Issue offers a broad array of topics in order to provide as wide as possible an overview of current studies in the field of biomedicine. Thus, a wide range of topics are welcome, including the biomonitoring of populations occupationally or environmentally exposed to ionizing radiation, as well as other environmental factors; cancer etiology; combined data from clinics and basic sciences in biomedicine; systems biology; the application of artificial intelligence in the investigation of physiological and pathological pathways, and in biomedicine at large; intrauterine development; transplacental exposures; and the microbiome.
We are honored to invite colleagues from the Russian Federation to contribute to this strong Special Issue of Life, which will be of great interest for scientists of many different disciplines.Prof. Dr. Aleksandra Fucic
Dr. Vladimir Druzhinin
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- ionizing radiation
- systems biology
- occupational exposure
- basic science/clinics