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Roman Zubarev

Sage-N Research announced this week that Roman Zubarev has joined the company’s scientific advisory board, which currently includes Ruedi Aebersold of ETH Zurich, Steven Gygi of Harvard Medical School, and John Yates of Scripps Research Institute.
Zubarev is collaborating with Sage-N Research on data analysis of two proteomic mass spectrometry technologies: electron transfer dissociation analysis and pathway search engines.
Zubarev, a long-time researcher in proteomics, pathway analysis and mass spectrometry, won the Biemann Medal in 2007 from the American Society of Mass Spectrometry for the development of electron capture dissociation technology.

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