David Cowburn

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Biography

David Cowburn Professional Biographical Information Education: 1965 B.Sc.Hon. 1962-65 Dept. of Biochemistry, University of Manchester Institute Science and Technology; 1970 Ph.D., Medical Research Council Biophysics Research Unit, King’s College, University of London; Employment: 2010- Professor, Albert Einstein Coll. Med. 2000-2010 President & CEO; Director, Lab. Physical Biochemistry, New York Structural Biology Center 1973-2002 Assistant, Associate Professor, Head of Lab, The Rockefeller University 1970-3 Research Associate, Department of Neurology; College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, New York. 1971-3 Research Fellow of the Interdisciplinary Research Training Program in the Biological Sciences in relation to Mental Health, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, New York. 1970 Research Fellow of the European Molecular Biology Organization, Laboratory of Molecular Biophysics, Portsmouth Polytechnic, England 1969 Physics Teacher, London Education Authority Adult Classes (Part time) 1966-8 Demonstrator in Biochemistry, King's College Awards and distinctions: State scholar, 1962-5. EMBO Fellow, 1970. Member, American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 1978. Doctor of Science, University of London, 1981 (by examination). Adjunct Faculty, The Rockefeller University, 2003-10; Mount Sinai School of Medicine, 2008-10 Fellow, New York Academy of Sciences, Royal Society of Chemistry Patents issued: 1. United States Patent 5,888,763 Hanafusa , et al. March 30, 1999 Peptides specific for the first Crk-SH3 domain. Licensed to Amgen. 2. United States Patent 6,171,804 Cowburn, et al. January 9, 2001 Method of determining interdomain orientation and changes of interdomain orientation on ligation. 3. United States Patent 6,391,649 Cowburn, et al. May 21, 2002 Method for the comparative quantitative analysis of proteins and other biological material by isotopic labeling and mass spectroscopy. Licensed by Invitrogen 4. United States Patent 6,642,059 Cowburn, et al. November 4, 2003 Method for the comparative quantitative analysis of proteins and other biological material by isotopic labeling and mass spectroscopy. Licensed by Invitrogen 5. World Patent WO9816638-A1; AU9674324-A Cowburn et al. 1998, Consolidated ligand comprising two ligands - for different binding domains on protein, used as diagnostic agent, for drug screening and therapeutically, has greater affinity and specificity than single ligands. Research Interests: Structure - function relationships in biological chemistry. Application of the above disciplines to understanding molecular contributions to physiological mechanisms in health and diseases of control of genetic expression, and of intracellular signal transduction. Development of magnetic resonance techniques in biomedical research.
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