Roman Zubarev on the Serendipity of Electron Capture Dissociation | GenomeWeb

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Name: Roman Zubarev

Age: 40

Position: Professor of ion physics and biological mass spectrometry, Uppsala University, Sweden, since 2002.

Background: Associate professor of biological and chemical mass spectrometry, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, 1998-2002.

Post-doc in chemistry with Fred McLafferty, Cornell University, 1997-98.

PhD in ion physics, Uppsala University, 1997.

Worked at Institute for Technology and Automation, Sumy, Ukraine, 1986-92.

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