Prof Martin Latterich, Editor-in-Chief
Martin Latterich is a Professor at the Proteogenomics Research Institute for Systems Medicine (PRISM) in San Diego. Martin and his laboratory focus on applying systems biology to study cancer, degenerative disease and aging. Rapidly advancing technologies in genomic sequencing, epigenomic profiling, RNA profiling and proteomics are used to capture the dynamic changes taking place during development of disease. Martin has been Editor-in-Chief of Proteome Science since its inception in 2001.
Prof Ho Jeong Kwon, Editor-in-Chief
Ho Jeong Kwon is a professor and chair at the Dept. of Biotechnology, Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea and a director of Global Research Laboratory supported by Korean National Research Foundation (KNRF). Ho Jeong and his laboratory focus on chemical genomics/proteomics that utilizes biologically active small molecules to accelerate the study of biological functions of genes, proteins, and drug discovery. Based on the integrated approach with chemistry, biology, and omics technologies, his goal aims to deeply understand the biological systems and to apply this insight towards novel drug discovery. Ho Jeong has published over 170 papers and served as editorial board member of reputed journals.
Dr Fred E. Indig, Managing Editor
Fred E. Indig heads the Confocal Imaging Facility at the National Institute on Aging in Baltimore, MD. Dr Indig has a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and has performed post-doctoral research in Cell Biology at the Scripps Research Institute, San Diego, and has researched multi-component protein complexes at the Salk Institute, San Diego. In 1999 Dr Indig moved to the NIH in Maryland, where he has continued his research into intracellular and intranuclear protein interactions, using advanced microscopy and biochemical techniques. Dr Indig is currently involved in many collaborative studies characterizing protein-protein interactions and his research interest focuses on the structure-function relationship of molecular complexes involved in cellular processes ranging from membrane fusion to DNA repair. Dr Indig has been the Managing Editor of Proteome Science since 2004.