Roman Subbotin, Ph.D.

Scientist, Instrumental Analysis Product Characterization


Roman Subbotin, Ph.D.

Dr. Subbotin is the scientist in charge of the Instrumental Analysis Product Characterization group at iBio CDMO. In 2014 he received his PhD in chemical biology at the Rockefeller University in New York. Since 2009, Dr. Subbotin dedicated himself to the characterization of large biomolecules and protein-protein interactions using high-resolution mass spectrometry (MS) and a broad range of analytical separation techniques.

Dr. Subbotin joined the iBio team in 2016 to lead MS operation and analytical product characterization at iBio CDMO. During his tenure at iBio, Dr. Subbotin has been deeply involved in the detailed characterization of the therapeutic proteins, vaccines and monoclonal antibodies produced by iBio CDMO using intact protein mass measurement, size exclusion chromatography, middle-down and bottom-up proteomics experiments, and N-glycan profiling.

Currently, as the lead scientist of instrumental analysis product characterization, Dr. Subbotin applies his ten years of experience in protein mass spectrometry for analytical support of development-stage projects, development and dissemination of MS-based released assays for cGMP projects, and analytical service offerings for iBio’s clients.