Dr. El Hadji Seydou Mbaye was born in 1978 in Kaolack a region of Senegal. During 2008-2013, he earned his PhD in Biology and Human Pathologies with the collaboration of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) /WHO, Lyon (France); 2006-2007 : Master of Life and Health, Specialty Biology of microorganisms, Virology in Louis Pasteur University of Strasbourg (France); 2005-2006 : Master of Life and Health, option of Immuno-physiopathology in Louis Pasteur University of Strasbourg (France); 2004-2005 : License of Biochemistry in Louis Pasteur University of Strasbourg (France); 2002-2004 : General Degree in Sciences and Technologies in University of METZ (France).
Women genital sphere infections; Cancer; Viruses; Immunology; Pesticides and cancer; Microbiology; Human Bio-banking; Vaccines and Vaccination Program
His specific research interests are focused in three major areas:
1. Understanding the molecular mechanisms responsible for replication and biological diversity of large, circular double-stranded DNA, entomopathogenic viruses belonging in the family Ascoviridae and Baculoviridae
2. Understanding the genetic mechanisms responsible for the regulation of synthesis and crystallization of endotoxins in the entomopathogenic bacteria, including Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis and B. sphaericus, with an applied emphasis
3. Understanding the genetic basis for transfer of large toxigenic plasmids among environmental strains of B. thuringiensis, Bacillus cereus and Bacillus anthracis.
Microbiologist, Project Scientist, Biological Science,Microbiology and Immunology
Food Biotechnology and Genomics, NAS of Ukraine, Bioorganic Chemistry
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The creation of new effective and ecologically safe plant growth regulators of synthetic and natural origin and study of the physiological, biochemical and molecular-genetic aspects of their action on accelerating growth of agricultural plants, improving of crop productivity and increasing of plant resistance to pathogenic and parasitic organisms (bacteria, fungi, nematodes and insect-pests) and stress-factors of environment (drought, cold, heat, soil contamination etc.) by the way of inducing of RNA interference (RNAi) process in the plant cells.