Doug Rosenthal


Biological Research Scientist, Doug Rosenthal has done a number of research studies in the field of biology. His studies have studies contributed for revealing cellular pathways, crucial for the immune response.

Rosenthal serves as a Biology professor at the Cleveland Institute for Computational Biology, since 2005. Affiliated with this university, he has done a number of research studies.

Moreover, he serves as a member of the Cleveland Center for Membrane and Structural Biology (CCMSB), since 2015.

This scientist holds a Masters’s and PhD in Biology from the Case Western Reserve University.

Doug Rosenthal was a postdoctoral Fellow at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology at the University of Cambridge, in the period from 1991 to 1994.

Rosenthal has authored the books: Atomic Evidence and The Body’s Motors.

Doug Rosenthal is an expert in metabolomics, proteomics and developing of atomic resolution techniques, as well as binformatics, biomathematists and structural biology. He is also well familiar with the concepts of research methodology and study techniques for the social, human and natural sciences. He has good control over the media and communication and possess the foundations of complex thinking in the multidimensionality of reality in culture, identity in collective diversity, globalization and biodiversity.

Over the years, Rosenthal has participated in a number of projects, researching nuclear magnetic resonance, crystallography, mass spectrometry or high resolution electron microscopy. His work is carried out in leading centers and has been published online on world recognized sites like Center for Health Journalism.