Precious Owuamalam

Ph.D Student, University of Birmingham
The FEBS Journal is an international journal devoted to the rapid publication of full-length papers covering a wide range of topics in any area of the molecular life sciences.
Duncan Wright

Managing Editor, FEBS Letters

FEBS Letters is renowned both for its quality of content and speed of production. Bringing together the most important developments in the molecular biosciences, FEBS Letters provides an international forum for Reviews, Research Letters and Research Articles that merit urgent publication.
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Pleasantine Mill

Group Leader, MRC Human Genetics Unit, University of Edinburgh

Maayan pour

Postdoctoral fellow, New York University

Postdoctoral fellow at NYU, former PhD student at Tel Aviv University, 17th Young Scientists' Forum Organizing Committee chair
Christian Frezza

Professor of metabolomics in ageing, CECAD, University of Cologne

Our lab uses genetically modified mouse models and a combination of cell biology, molecular biology, and biochemistry techniques to study the role of altered mitochondrial dysfunction and metabolism in human diseases. A primary analytical tool of the group is metabolomics, which enables the parallel quantification of hundreds of small molecule metabolites. The team also uses computational approaches to integrate datasets from multi-dimensional analyses, including metabolomics, proteomics, and transcriptomics, with the aim to model aging-related disorders and to generate mechanistic hypotheses that will be cross validated experimentally.
Martin Turner

Head of Programme, The Babraham Institute

Andrea Bellelli

Prof., Sapienza University of Rome

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Brooke Morriswood

former group leader, University of Würzburg

I write a blog called Total Internal Reflection about the human side of science. Postings are generally either opinion/commentary (either serious or silly) or "How To" pieces aimed at improving young scientists' soft skills.  A longer biography and manifesto are on the blog here.
The International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology unites scientists in 75 countries or regions through a society, national council, or academy of sciences.
Andreas Mayer

Max Planck Research Group Leader, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics