Sameh Magdeldin is senior researcher in the Medical School, Niigata University, Japan, and academic associate professor in the Physiology Department, Suez Canal University (SCU), Egypt. He received his M.V.Sc. and Ph.D. in Physiology and his second Ph.D. in Proteomics in July 2012. He has expertise in shotgun proteomics analysis, reversed-phase chromatography and label-free comparative proteomics approaches. Dr. Magdeldin has published outstanding articles on aquaporin research using proteomics technology. He also created the outstanding “All and None” methodology for analyzing large-throughput proteomics data published in a highly respected proteomics journal. He currently serves as a guest editor, associate editor and peer reviewer for several international journals. Dr. Magdeldin received several grants and awards, such as the national encouraging prize, 8th HUPO congress young investigator award, JSN award, grant-in-aid for young scientists and young researcher overseas grant from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).