Yuri L. Lyubchenko


Prof. Yuri L. Lyubchenko received his PhD in Molecular Biophysics from the Moscow Institute Physics and Technology (Russia) during the period of 1969-1971. He also received D. Sc. degree in Molecular Biology from Institute of Molecular Genetics (Moscow, Russia) in 1989. Currently, he is Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE.

Research of Lyubchenko focuses on understanding fundamental mechanisms underlying health and disease, which are key to developing new and more effective diagnostics and medications. This primarily basic research allows him not only identify new drug targets for small molecule drugs, it also leads to the development of the tools and methods to discover novel approaches for diagnostic, treatment and disease prevention and to more rapidly determine their efficacy at the molecular level. A number of critical contributions were made in the methodology of atomic force microscopy (AFM) including topographic and force spectroscopy AFM applications. The current research of Lyubchenko is supported by three NIH and one NSF grants. Based on this research, he has received several awards and honors, such as UNMC distinguished scientist (2008).

Research Interests:

  • Molecular Biophysics
  • DNA Replication and Recombination
  • Protein-DNA Interaction
  • Chromatin Structure and Dynamics
  • Molecular Mechanisms of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Diseases
  • Amyloid Protein Aggregation
  • Protein Misfolding, Alpha-Synuclein
  • Protein-Protein Interaction
  • Computational Modeling
  • Nano medicine
  • Nano imaging
  • Single molecule biophysics
  • Force spectroscopy
  • Atomic force microscopy

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