Allan V. Kalueff0000-0002-7525-1950
Allan V Kalueff received Ph.D. degree in physiology from RUDN University (2002), Russi, and Ph.D. degree in anatomy from Tampere University Medical School, Finland (2005). Since 1995, he worked in several research centers worldwide, developing animal models for high-throughput neurophenotyping research. In 2005, Kalueff joined the National Institute of Mental Health, NIH, USA. Since 2008, he served as an Assistant (and later Associate) Professor at Physiology and Biophysics Department of Georgetown University, Pharmacology Departments at IAU and Tulane University, and Director of ZENEREI Institute (Slidell, USA). Since 2010, he chairs the International Zebrafish Neuroscience Research Consortium (ZNRC) and the Zebrafish Neurophenome Project (ZNP). Kalueff has authored more than 100 papers and 12 books in the field of neuroscience and biological psychiatry, cited about 3000 times. Since 1997, he has chaired 20 International annual Stress and Behavior neuroscience conferences and Summer Schools in Europe and USA. His research has received prestigious scientific awards, including the Presidential Scientific Prize, Medal for Steroid Research, and Investigator awards from ESF, EVO, ECNP, IUPS, WFSBP, and NARSAD. Kalueff acts as a Member of the Animal Use/Ethics Committee of International Behavioral Neuroscience Society and the Governing Council of the World Federation of Societies of Biological Psychiatry. Kalueff is an experienced editor, on editorial boards of 6 international journals, and serves as the Academic Editor of PLoS One.
Biography Updated on 31 July 2013