Mikhail Blagosklonny is a proficient professor at the Rosewell Park Cancer Institute. The institution was established with an aim of helping cancer patients through their healing process. Mikhail is also a degree holder in internal medicine and a PhD holder in experimental medicine from the First Pavlov State Medical University of St Peterburg on LinkedIn. He has used his passion for cancer and aging to develop hypothesis regarding the relation between cancer and aging on patients.
Prior to working at Rosewell Park Cancer Institute, Mikhail worked as an associate professor of medicine at New York Medical College and as a senior scientist at Ordway Research Institute. He is passionate about anti-aging drugs and treatments, cancer therapies and treatments on ImpactJournals.com. He is currently working to prove his hypothesis that proposes the use of rapamycin drug for the treatment of cancer with the aim of increasing the patients’ life expectancy.
His research and interests include ontogenesis, cell cycle, mitosis and other cancer related issues that are affecting individuals. Mikhail Blagosklonny also conducts clinical investigations and examinations on the same with the intention of coming up with possible solutions of the same. Despite being a scientist, he is also an editor. He is the chief editor for Cell Cycle, Aging and Oncotarget. Moreover, he is one of the board members of Cancer Biology and Therapy. He has more than 270 peer reviewed journals published in his name and has been cited by reliable and credible science authors and researchers.
He believes that cancer has a cure and that through his research and other people’s commitment to studying the disease, there is hope for humanity. His empathy for the communities and the people suffering from the deadly disease is his driving force. It gives him the motivation to conduct hundreds of clinical experiments to get the solution to aging and cancer. Also, through the publications and the research articles that he writes, he believes he can answer the many questions that patients ask themselves. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mikhail_Blagosklonny