I have often heard the sayings that until you are overwhelmed with what you do, do not expect to be outstanding at it. Mikhail Blagosklonny among many others has helped to substantiate this view in unmistakable ways. Here is a man whose goal is one – to obliterate cancer and help humans live longer to enjoy the fruits of their labor. It is a tall objective, and this noble fellow is putting in his very best, never looking back.
Mikhail Blagosklonny set the ball rolling when he decided to go for further studies at one of the renowned medical schools in the country. Precisely, he attended First Pavlov State Medical University of St. Peterburg where he obtained his MD in Internal Medicine and PhD in Experimental Medicine and Cardiology.
Mikhail Blagosklonny knew he could only be well equipped by working in some of the best medical institutions in the globe where he would have the opportunity of robbing minds with some of the best brains in his profession and access latest and most advanced medical equipment and facilities. He did his home work well and in no time was right there. From New York Medical College where he work as associate professor to Ordway Research Institute where he served as senior scientist and now, a professor of Oncology, at Rosewell Park Cancer Institute. The experience he has garnered over the years cannot be quantified. He is simply a mammoth asset to any medical institution, and at large, to the world. View Mikhail’s profile on Google Scholar
Call him an authority on issues relating to aging and cancer; you will not be wrong as that is his area of specialization. Everybody was singing his praise worldwide shortly after he formulated a hypothesis on the possible action of TOR signaling, which has been instrumental in reducing cases of cancer and aging problems. Blagosklonny spared nothing in lending support to the use of this drug both for cancer treatment and life extension.
Mikhail Blagosklonny remains a monumental asset to the world in the war against cancer and aging as he already has the drive. We just need to show some appreciation for all he has done so far to propel him further. Follow Mikhail on Loop