Proteins are understood to be the main workhorses in the cell, participating in a wide variety of activities from cell structure to inter- and intra-cellular transport. This work integrates key technologies and identifies areas for further development in proteogenomics. Focuses on a comprehensive approach that combines large-scale proteomic data with genomic and/or transcriptomics data in genome annotation refinement and the elucidation of novel regulatory mechanisms.
Mohamed Selmy is a physician scientist and lecturer of Medical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. He received his medical degree in 2004 from the faculty of medicine Suez Canal University in Egypt. He received his scientific training through many fellowships in United States, Spain and Italy. He received his PhD in Medical Biochemistry and Cancer biology in 2017 from the faculty of medicine Suez Canal University in Egypt. His fields of expertise comprises cancer biology, cell signaling and molecular medicine. His work is continuously published in international peer reviewed journals.