eMedevents
  • 147,506+ Medical Conferences
  • 284 Specialties
  • 10,950 Organizers
  • 154,974 Speakers
  • 156 Countries
  • 4,695 Cities
49,169+
CME Conference Registrations Sold
Home  >  Speakers  >  Amos Baruch
Amos Baruch

Amos Baruch

     PhD
Scientist | San Francisco, California    United States Of America
Biotechnology, Genetics,...More
Preclinical Drug Development, Inflammation Cancer,...More
Spoken at 1 event

Biography :

Over 10 years of combined biomedical experience in Translational Biology, Biochemistry, Cell Biology and Pharmacology Consulting Assistant Professor in the Department of Pathology at Stanford University School of Medicine Designed and executed IND-enabling studies in pharmacology and cell biology in the areas of cancer, inflammation and metabolic diseases Developed and implemented strategies for pharmacodynamic biomarkers in pharmacological models of inflammation, cancer and metabolic diseases In-depth knowledge of the drug discovery process including the areas of proteomics, drug screening, target validation, cellular and animal models, biomarker discovery and pharmacokinetic- pharmacodynamic relationships Specialties:Project leader for preclinical drug development - Inflammation cancer and metabolic diseases Fields of experties: Translational Medicine, PD biomarkers, Cell Biology ,Biochemistry, peptide chemistry, Proteomics, Molecular biology, Human Genetics.

**********************
**********
 
For speaker's contact information - Contact us

Specialties

Biotechnology, Genetics, Research/Clinical Research

Interested Topics

Preclinical drug development, Inflammation cancer, Metabolic diseases, Translational Medicine, PD biomarkers, Cell Biology , Biochemistry, Peptide chemistry, Proteomics, Molecular biology, Human Genetics.

State Licenses

This section has yet to be updated by the speaker.

Board Certifications

This section has yet to be updated by the speaker.

Professional Association

This section has yet to be updated by the speaker.

Languages

English

Conference Session Materials

The conference session material has yet to be added by the speaker.
Close

Send Message