Dr Dmitry Chudakov has joined our Center as an Associate Professor.
Dmitry Chudakov studied at the Lomonosov Moscow State University. After that he received his PhD degree in 2003 at the Shemyakin and Ovchinnikov Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry.
His research and innovation activities include, among others, development of molecular tools for the basic and biomedical studies, as well development of new methods to identify PCR and sequencing errors and analyze high-throughput sequencing data. His current focus of interest is the role of clonal T cell and B cell populations in autoimmunity and cancer, DNA technologies and software development for the quantitative analysis of individual T cell receptor and antibody repertoires in health and disease.
He is a holder of several patents, an author of >90 publications in peer reviewed journals, and is currently one of the most cited young biologists in Russia (h = 34). Dmitry was awarded with a number of prestigious prizes including the Presidential Prize in Science and Innovation for Young Scientists (2013). In 2016 he was awarded the title of Professor of Russian Academy of Sciences in Biology.