JAN CHARLES BIRO MD. PhD
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DEGREES & POSITIONS

2012 - recent - CEO - AFFISEQ® Co.
2011 - recent - Chair - Rev. Com. NOBEL FOUNDATION - Los Angeles
2002 - recent - CEO, Professor - HOMULUS Fnd - Los Angeles
2002 - recent - Honorary  Professor - Karolinska Institute - Stockholm  
1995 - 2002 - Associate Professor - Karolinska Institute - Stockholm  
1995 - Spec. Internal Med - Karolinska Hospital - Stockholm
1993 - PhD - Karolinska Institute - Stockholm    
1993 - Spec. Endocrinology - Karolinska Hospital - Stockholm    
1984 - MD                                                                                                                       
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MAJOR SCIENTIFIC CONTRIBUTIONS

1.  Proposing  the concept of “estromedins” - 1989
2.  Proposing that both DNA strands are transcribed - 1993
3.  Proposing the existence of a Proteomic Code - 1993
4.  Developing a new Blast method  (BlastNP) - 2002
5.  Proposing the "Cuprion" (PrP-Sc) model - 2003
6.  Proposing  a novel DNA model (sec. Pauling) - 2003
7.  Creating a Common Periodic Table of Codons and Amino Acids - 2003
8.  Proposing the Protein-Protein Interaction Code - 2005
9.  Proposing the Nucleic Acid Chaperons - 2006
10. Developing a Novel Method to design Affinity Peptides - 2007  
11. Prediction of wobble bases - 2008  
12. Full understanding the of "redundancy" of the Genetic Code - 2008
13. Publishing Principia Bi®o-Informatica - 2009
14. Completing the Nirenberg's Genetic Code - 2010
15. "Discovering" and publishing the "Bias in the Nobel Prize" - 2011
16. Predicting novel tRNA kinetics and functions - 2012
17. Patenting AFFISEQ® - 2012
18. Firing the chief editor of TBioMed for science censorship - 2013
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PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS (incl. former)

Swedish Endocrine Society, American Endocrine Society,
European Study Group of Steroid Hormones, European Society of Artificial
Organs, Swedish Medical Association, American Association for Advancement of
Science (AAAS),International Society of Computational Biology (ISCB), BIO:
Biotechnology Industry Organization
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RECOGNISED

  • Who's Who in America - since 2004
  • Who's Who in Science and Engineering - since 2005
  • Indiv. w/Adv Deg or Exceptional Ability in the National Interest (USA) - since
    2006
  • George Gamow Fellowship - 2007
  • Homulus Award for Scientific Excellence - 2008
  • Nomination for NP (first time) - Physiology or Medicine - 2011

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PUBLICATIONS & BOOKS

  • Creative Ideas in Molecular Biology & Bioinformatics, 2010;
  • The Jewish God, 2011;
  • Bias in the Nobel Prize, 2011;
  • The Proteomic Code, 2009;
  • Principia  Bi(r)oinformatica, 2009;
  • The Swedish God, 2009;
  • The utero-pituitary axis, 1993;
  • About 100+ scientific publications (all peer reviewed);
  • Several patents and patent applications
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REFEREE

Bioinformatics, BMC Bioinformatics, Genome Biology, BMC System Biology,
In Silico Biology, BMC Genomics, MEDAcorp., BMC TBioMed.,
Theoretical Biology Insights, JTCO,
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EXECUTIVE EDITOR

  • J Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
  • Homulus Press
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The 4-Way Test
of what we are doing:

Is it the TRUTH?
Is it FAIR to all concerned?
Will it build GOODWILL and
BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

If I had ever been afraid of my own
shadow, I have no shadow at all today.

A successful scientist is expected to say
that he is “standing on the shoulders of
giants” [after Isaac Newton]. In reality they
are dancing on the graves of fallen gurus.

Nobody should be above the law,
especially not the peers of the society who
are entrusted to lead and represent others
and those who are empowered to  change
the law for everybody if necessary.

The problem with the “big ego” is that it
has the tendency to grow even bigger until
its carrier collapses under the weight of his
own ego.