IN MEMORIAM – Prof. Dr. Alexander Poletaev

Dear readers,

With great sadness we want to announce that yesterday on March 6th, 2021 Prof. Dr. Alexander Poletaev died in hospital in Moscow. He was the member of JRTDD Editorial Board. We send condolences to his family for this great person. Here we want to thanks Prof. Poletaev for his contribution as author and reviewer in Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversities in almost last three years.

Prof. Dr. Alexander Poletaev was born in Moscow, Russia in 1951. He was a graduate of the 3rd Medical Institute in Moscow (1974), where he later obtained his PhD (1977). He obtained MD degrees in 1988 on the Faculty of Biochemistry of the University of International Friendship in Moscow. He worked as researcher, senior researcher, main researcher in the Res. Inst. of Normal Physiology by name P. K. Anokhin, Moscow; Medical Research Center Immmunculus, Moscow; Federal Research Ctr. of Reanimation and Rehabilitation RAS, Moscow, Russia. His research interests were related to Immunophysiology, Natural autoimmunity, Autism, Immunology of pregnancy and fetal development, Immunobiotechnology, Oncoimmunology. He was member of some International Scientific Society and member of Editorial Board of many international journals. He took a part (as invited speaker, Chairman and co-chairman) in nearly two dozen of International Congresses, conferences and seminars. He was an author of more than 200 articles published in Russian and international journals, handbooks and manuals. He was author more than 10 Patents in field of Biochemistry, Immunology, Biotechnology.

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IN MEMORIAM Gjorgji Pop Gjorgjiev 1984-2020

Resepcted readers,

We are very sad to announce that on October 23, 2020, in the early morning hours, our web administrator Gjorgji Pop Gjorgjiev died at the Clinic for Infectious Diseases in Skopje, after a short illness. He was born in Berovo, Macedonia in 1984. He was the web support specialist of the Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation in the period 2014-2017. He has been a web support specialist to the Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversity since its inception in April 2018. During all this time he invested very enthusiastically and selflessly in the growth of the journal. We spent many hours together working on this journal. His family and our journal lost a lot with his untimely death.
Rest in peace my dear colleague and friend!

JRTDD Editor-in-chief

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