Dmitrii Shek is currently Master of Research student in the Western Sydney University.
Supervisor – Professor of Medicine Golo Ahlenstiel.
Research project is directed on detection of possible prognostic biomarkers of immune-related adverse events in patients with cancer, treated by immune-checkpoint inhibitors.
- Oncologist (completed 2-year residency program). Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University); Moscow, Russia, 2016-2018.
- Doctor of Medicine (with honours). Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University); Moscow, Russia, 2009-2016.
- GPA = 4,9 (score 0 – 5,0)
- Bachelor Degree with distinction (Interpreter of English language), Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University); Moscow, Russia, 2009-2014.
- GPA = 5,0 (score 0 – 5,0)
- Best medical graduate of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University) in 2016.
- Advanced training program “Data analysis in IBM SPSS Statistics” (Bauman Moscow State Technical University; Moscow, Russia; 2017);
- Advanced training program “Basics of 3D modelling in medicine” (Bauman Moscow State Technical University; Moscow, Russia; 2016);
- Instructor of European Resuscitation Council (issued in Moscow, Russia; № 7-16-129791-02-19);
- Advanced Provider of ITLS (International Trauma Life Support) course (issued in Krakow, Poland; № 204121-23969);
- Provider of ALS (Advanced Life Support) course, European Resuscitation Council (issued in Krakow, Poland; № 48-15-122120-03-03).
List of Publications (last 4 years)
- Shek D., Kuznetsova O., Smirnova I. Investigation of the immunogenic properties of antitumor enzyme L-lysine-a-oxidase (opens in a new window) FEBS Openbio Volume 8, Issue S1, Supplement: 43rd FEBS Congress Biochemistry forever, Prague, Czech Republic, p. 234 (2018).
- Shek D., Kuznetsova O., Chibisova A. Matriksiny in blood serum before and after surgical treatment and its connection with protein HER-2/Neu (opens in a new window) US-China Education review №7, USA, p.448-453, (2015).
- Shek D. Matrix metalloproteinases in extracts of malignant and normal tissues: association with selected characteristics of breast cancer. Materials of the International Student's Scientific Conference in Semmelweis University, Hungary, p.115, (2014).
- Immune checkpoints;
- CTLA-4 and PD-1 blocking antibodies;
- Colorectal cancer;
- Hepatocellular carcinoma.