Department of Molecular & Cellular Physiology, Albany Medical College, USA
My name is Jes Paul. I have a doctorate?s of science degree in neuroscience and have worked in the field of research under many international universities and hospitals for more than five years while staying current with all the latest advances in the research technologies. In my past position, it was my responsibility to research on the cellular and molecular pathology related to pulmonary hypertension.
I have conducted theoretical research using computer simulations and have also conducted laboratory experiments on tissue samples. Being an Editorial Board Member and Reviewer Member in many international journals, I have a thorough knowledge in the field of modern medicine and research. When necessary, I have overseen both clinical tests and trial and have also written scientific papers that were published in the international journals .I have always envisioned my future self as a clinical researcher. My work is immediately engaging, novel as well as easily accessible to those new to research. I can work with advanced equipments, and use deductive reasoning and critical thinking skills to solve complex problems. I am completely aware of novel business skills and industry trends.
My overriding goal is to develop a career as a Professor-Scientist. Toward that end I have done clinical rotation and continue to maintain my skills through clinical activities. I have learned to use a genetic approach for the identification of mutations. Analysis of the DNA from patients will help us to refine the locus for disease and ultimately identify the genetic mutation causing the disease.
I believe that a genetic approach for the identification of proteins operant in the pathogenesis of disease is very powerful. In addition, an important compliment to this approach is the ability to employ the principles and methods of molecular biology to begin to answer questions about the function of these proteins in health and disease. I plan to use these principles and methods using the proteins that I have helped to identify through the use of genetic techniques.
My primary research interests continue to be in the development of practical/statistical sound methodology to address the challenges in such scenarios, with special emphasis on medical analysis, data mining and the genetics.
I also have a long-term goal of understanding the degenerative effects of neurological and other disorders with a view to facilitating improved patient care and therapy. Consequently, I have been involved in the research based on stem cells. There are many ways in which stem cells, Embryonic stem cell can be used in research and the clinic. Predictably controlling cell proliferation and differentiation requires additional basic and advanced research on the molecular and genetic signals that regulate cell division and specialization. While recent developments with iPS cells suggest some of the specific factors that may be involved, techniques must be devised to introduce these factors safely into the cells and control the processes that are induced by these factors. I am interested in developing methodology for comprehensively assessing the entire sequence of frames. In the long run, the goal is to be able to identify cracks bigger than a certain size automatically, while also to evaluate the growth trajectory of smaller cracks from one inspection to the other.