MSc. Genadij Razdorov is a scholar at Genos Glycoscience Laboratory, responsible for development of new methods based on mass spectrometry for glycobiology. Focus of his research is high throughput clinically applicable glycoanalytics starting from blood plasma to knowledge.
He graduated as MSc of Medical Biochemistry from University of Zagreb, Faculty of Biochemistry and Pharmacy. Since graduation, he worked as a scholar in mass spectrometry field in PLIVA, R&D, Analytics on identification of macrolide anti-inflammatory protein targets, in GSK R&D Zagreb on development of LC-SRM-MS methods for quantification of macrolide derivatives in DMPK, in University of Zagreb, Faculty of Medicine on mass spectrometry based proteomics of bone morphogenetic proteins related biology and in University of Zagreb, Faculty of Biochemistry and Pharmacy on mass spectrometry based glycoproteomics.
During his 10-year experience in mass spectrometry he worked with single quadrupole, ion trap, triple quadrupole, quadrupole time-of-flight, time-of-flight/time-of-flight and orbitrap types of instruments. On numerous occasions he has been on training/education/research in laboratories throughout the world, such as Leiden University Medical Center, Center for Proteomics and Metabolomics and Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Department of Proteomics and Signal Transduction.