Dr. Reza Malmirchegini

Dr. Reza Malmirchegini |Clyto Access

University of California, San Francisco, USA

Reviewer
rezak@chem.ucla.edu

Expertise: AB toxins, Bacterial pathogenesis, Biophysics, Botulinum toxin, Heme iron acquisition, Hemoglobin, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Structural biology

Bio:

Dr. Reza Malmirchegini received his Bachelor’s in Molecular and Cell Biology from UC Berkeley, where he worked on synthetic biology Research, and PhD in biochemistry from UCLA, where he studied the role of iron acquisition in bacterial pathogenesis. In 2016, he completed his postdoctoral fellowship at UCSF, where he utilized design and engineering principles to study proteins involved in human disease. Dr. Reza Malmirchegini has over 10 years of research experience in the field of Biology, and currently, he is working at Revance Therapeutics in the pharmaceutical development team, where he is researching ways to improve the duration of botulinum toxin for both aesthetic and clinical applications. Dr. Malmirchegini GR has published more than five articles in well-respected scientific journals, and participated in many conferences. He is also a scientific advisor at SpiroEdge.

Related Journals & Conferences :

Journal of Molecular and Applied Bioanalysis