Marvin White Chair and Distinguished Professor
Professor Tadeusz Malinski, Ph.D.; Dr.h.c.m. is the Marvin & Ann Dilley White Chair and Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Ohio University. His research is interdisciplinary in the areas of biochemistry, biotechnology, nanomedicine. He was first in the world to measure, with nanosensors, nitric oxide concentration in single cells and neurons. His ground-breaking discovery of the regulatory role of nitric oxide in the beating heart and the mechanism of dysfunction of nitric oxide synthase are historical contributions to world science. The dysfunction of nitric oxide synthase is a common denominator of several diseases of modern civilization heart failure, hypertension, diabetes, atherosclerosis, aging, obesity and stroke. Professor Malinski’s work appears in nearly 400 publications. He has received approximately 35 Awards and Distinctions among others: International Academy of Cardiology Aaward, Maria Curie Award in Biochemistry, and the Grand Gold Medal in Medicine from the Society of Arts, Sciences and Lettres.
Role of Nitric oxide in endothelium dysfunction,Cardiovascular diseases,Heart failure, Hypertension, Diabetes, Atherosclerosis, Aging,Obesity and stroke,Biochemistry,Biotechnology,Nanomedicine