Zvi Loewy

Touro College United States of America

Dr. Zvi Loewy is a senior academic leader and an experienced global pharmaceutical–biotechnology executive. He leverages a diversified background in big-pharma senior management, biotech startup creation, and academia. Dr. Loewy has served as a board member of the New Jersey Bioscience Center Incubator since 2010. From 2005 to 2020 he was a board member of the Jerusalem College of Technology. His international experience has included leading international research teams; championing the penetration and commercial launch of healthcare products worldwide; and leading open innovation in the Mideast. Dr. Loewy received his BA from Yeshiva University, New York, his MS from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York, and his Ph.D. in Molecular Biology from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York. He has more than twenty-five issued patents to his credit.

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All living things are comprised of cells. A cell is the building block of complex organisms. All cells contain genetic material. Some cells contain subunits known as organelles that perform specific functions. Protein processing, energy generation, and macromolecular biosynthesis are some of the functions of organelles. Recently, advances in cell biology have elucidated new insights in cellular development and the unique functions of different types of cells. The era of biotechnology is rooted in biologics, and cell biology has delivered novel therapeutic candidates. Personalized medicine has its underpinnings in cell biology. Innovations in Cell Research and Therapy focuses on recent key advances that are transforming health and medical sciences. Understanding fundamental cellular processes, including cellular differentiation, the many applications of stem cells, natural and synthetic approaches for inducing apoptosis, and new insights into organelle biology and macromolecular processing are representative examples of the topics that are addressed in the chapters found in this book.

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