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Evgeniy (Eugene) Shubnikov, MD, Research Scientist at the Center for Endocrinology “SibDiab”, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation. Graduated from Novosibirsk Medical Institute, Novosibirsk, in 1985 (MD). From April 1986, joined Institute of Internal Medicine, Laboratory of Epidemiology and Prevention of Chronic Noncommunicable Diseases. Participant of International Projects as WHO "CINDI" Programme (Chronic diseases, the diabetes part, and mortality registries), WHO "Monica" Programme (Risk factors for cardiovascular diseases, screening, the diabetes part). The responsible executor of USSR\CANADA-Rassia Project "The Epidemiology and prevention of chronic noncommunicable diseases among the native population of the North (USSR and Canada)" (1988-1992), investigator of Alaska-Siberia Medical Project (Chronic diseases among the native population of Alaska (USA) and Siberia (USSR/Russian Federation). Since 1993, become research scientists of the Center for Endocrinology “SibDiab”. The responsible executor of WHO "DIAMOND" Programme (Type 1 diabetes mellitus among children, multinational survey), 1988-1999. During the "DIAMOND" project met Professor LaPorte and started the collaboration with his group. In 2000, visited Professor LaPorte’s Department of Epidemiology, Graduate School of Public Health, the University of Pittsburgh for four months as a fellow under the State Department Freedom Support Act Fellowship program. Become a Moderator of Internet prevention program for Former Soviet Union countries in the frame of Supercourse Global Library Project in Public Health, Epidemiology and Internet since 2000. One of the developers of the Global Free Library of Lectures at Internet, Supercourse project at University of Pittsburgh,, Science Supercourse Project at the Library of Alexandria -, Research Methods Library of Alexandria (books and online resources), Bibliotheca Alexandrina (BA) African Networks -, Euclid's Statistical Matrix, Serageldin-Euclid Library Currently, one of the developers of Multilingual Science Project
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