Associate Professor, Molecular Biology and Microbiology
George Mason University, USA
Dr. Ancha Baranova, a specialist in the area of functional genomics of complex human diseases, is an Associate Professor in the School of Systems Biology, College of Science, George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, USA and an Assistant Director of the Center for Study of the Genomics of Liver Disease in George Mason University. Dr. Baranovas major academic contributions are in the field of functional genomics, with emphasis on cancer and metabolic syndrome-related disorders. A significant part of Dr. Baranova’s efforts is dedicated to in silico analysis of the publicly available genomics and proteomics databases. Dr. Baranova directs a team of postgraduate and graduate associates that employs a multidisciplinary approach in order to broaden research perspective in the genetics of complex human diseases. Dr. Baranova has published about 40 peer-reviewed scientific papers in international journals including Genomics, Hepatology, Clinical Cancer Research, FASEB Journal, FEBS Letter, Bioinformatics, Leukemia and Lymphoma, Oncogene, and others.
Dr Ancha Baranova, a specialist in the area of functional genomics of complex human diseases, is presently working as an Associate Professor in the Molecular and Microbiology Department, College of Science, George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, USA.