Three new members will be added to the Vector Space Biosciences Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) as part of its collaborations in space biosciences, the parent company of Vector Space AI has announced.
Paul D Slowey PhD, Aurelijus Rinkevičius PhD, and Saira I. Mian PhD will all be joining the Vector Space team, according to the press release published on Monday, adding to their growing list of members and partnerships.
Vector Space has previously announced its working relationship with CERN, Microsoft Azure Space/SpaceX, NASA’s Human Research Roadmap (HRP), and NASA GeneLab. Along with new additions to the SAB, Vector Space Biosciences also welcomed two new scientific collaborators including University College London (UCL) and Imperial College of London (ICL)/Rouse Lab.
Dr Slowey’s background is in Organic Chemistry and holds a Doctorate from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (UK). He spent several years as a Post Doctoral Fellow in Canada followed by five years in the pharmaceutical industry with Sterling Drug [UK].
With over thirty-five years of experience in the clinical diagnostic and pharmaceutical industries combined, Dr Slowey has forty-five publications in peer-reviewed journals, including seven published book chapters, seventeen issued patents, and ten filed patent applications.
Dr. Rinkevicius fuses high-energy physics and CERN activities in Lithuania, studying direct interactions of top quarks and the Higgs boson, focusing on pixelated particle detectors for the use in the CMS experiment at CERN, and bringing high-energy-physics technologies to future applications.
Dr. Mian is an honorary Professor in computer science & intelligent systems group at the University College London (UCL). Mian’s research areas include communication theory as an organizing principle for biology along with applications in space biosciences, space policy, and competition law.
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