Dr. Daniel Cebo
Research affiliate
Center for Research Affiliates
Physical location: Germany
  • Ph.D., Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, The University of Freiburg, 2010
  • B.Sc., Molecular Biology and Physiology, University of Belgrade, 2003
Dr. Daniel Cebo conducts research in three major areas. His main research area concentrates on the development of the general theoretical, computational and experimental methodologies related to medicine and biological science. He has established 2 laboratory and 3 informatics-based modes and concepts for monitoring, identification, and quantification of sources of infection and routes of infection and methods and principles for the prevention and control of infectious diseases.

The second point of Dr. Cebo's research is about turning stem cell biology into stem cell based medicine. This investigation includes molecular and cellular engineering approaches to study stem cells. This research includes stem cell bioengineering, gene delivery systems, and molecular virology with applications in regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.

The third section of research interests lies in finding the relationship between illegal substance abuse and HIV/AIDS. This research program considered the knowledge of HIV, perceived risk and HIV testing among drug users in Germany. Dr. Cebo uses quantitative and qualitative techniques, interview, and agency records data to analyze several hypotheses linked to improving the implementation of substance abuse and HIV services for offenders. More explicitly, he works on the development of 2 computational tools to support future risk assessments on new psychoactive substances

Dr. Cebo holds an additional affiliation with Institute for Globally Distributed Open Research and Education (IGDORE). His research contributions could be found here.
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