Vladimir Zaichick has completed his PhD from Institute of Biophysics, Moscow, and his DSc degree and Professor rank from Medical Radiological Research Center, Obninsk, Russia. He is a member of the Scientific Council on Analytical Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences, a fellow of the British Royal Society of Chemistry and Chartered Chemist (since 1996), and a member of some other Scientific Societies. He attended many international conferences. He published articles in many national and international journals and 19 patents.

Research Interests:

His research interest mainly focuses on:

  • Nuclear and relative analytical methods for in vitro and in vivo investigation of chemical element contents in human tissue, organs and fluids suitable for using in medical studies
  • Role of chemical element contents in tissues and fluids of human body in normal and pathophysiology, including carcinogenesis
  • Chemical element contents in human tissue, organs and fluids as markers of norm and diseases, including cancer
  • Nuclear and relative analytical methods in the life sciences

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