Dr. Lisa Marie Portugal holds a PhD in Leadership, a Master of Education in Health & Wellness, & a Master of Arts in Education. She is a publisher, researcher, peer-reviewed scholar, educator, & has authored many academic and health and wellness books. Dr. Portugal is on the review board for various academic and medical journals. She currently teaches coursework at the undergraduate, graduate, EdD, and PhD levels in the College of Education.
Her research interests include health & wellness, Cancer, Diabetes, Child & Adult vaccines, Naturopathy Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine
Dr. Ming-Chang Chiang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Life Science at Fu-Jen Catholic University. He also is an Academic Consultant in the Terry Whole Brain Potential & Development Center. He received his PhD. from National Yang-Min University of Institute of Neuroscience. His research interests include neuroscience, brain science, and cognitive neuroscience. His receives the award of who’s who in the world in 2015. His research articles have been published in Human Molecular Genetics, Molecular & Cellular Proteomics, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta-Molecular Basis of Disease, Neurobiology of Disease, PLos One, Journal of Neuroscience Methods, Neuroscience, Experimental Cell Research, and Mitochondrion.
Dr. Demetrio Elías Torres-Contreras
Universidad Católica del Maule, Chile.
Radiation Oncology Resident, Cancer Center, Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile (since 2016).
Member of Chilean Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology (SOCHIRA).
Co-editor of the Medical Journal of Maule, Chile (2013-2015).
Clinical advisor in the FONDAP investigation project “Study protocol for the Maule Cohort (MAUCO) of chronic diseases”, financed by the government of Chile and run by academics from the “Universidad de Chile” and “Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile” (2014-2015).
Teacher of "Epidemiology" and "Research Methodology" Courses. Medical School, Faculty of Medicine, Universidad Católica del Maule, Chile (2015).
Dr. Denise Emmanuel Mukoro (Ph.D. Benin) is a lecturer of Botany and Ecological Studies University of Uyo, Uyo. Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. He obtained a B.sc Degree in Botany from the University of Benin, Nigeria and a Doctorate degree also from the same university. His interest and foray into the field of algology, limnology and environmental studies began with his undergraduate programme and later on with his doctorate programme titled: Cultivation of Algae using different substrate and bioassassement of water soluble fractions of crude oil and some of its water soluble fraction using microalgae respectively. He has eleven (11) years of university teaching and research experience in phycology and related course. He belongs to several scientific bodies and has published research papers in various national international journals.
His Research Interests Include: Algal Systematics, Bioassay, Bioremediation, Ecotoxicity, Pollution and Environmental Management.
Dr. Hanan El-Sayed Badr, MD, MPH, DrPH. Professor of Public Health, High Institute of Public Health, University of Alexandria, Egypt. Currently, working in the Department of Community Medicine & Behavioral Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Kuwait University. Adolescent health is another area of research interest. She believes that unhealthy lifestyle and adopting risky behaviors started early in life and continues to adulthood, where is the onset of NCDs. Prof. Badr trusts that Quality of life of patients should be the parameter of monitoring the control and/or the progress of disease in chronically diseased patients. She has more than forty five publications and was the principal investigator and co-investigator in more than 50 projects, most of them are funded. She has more than 25 years of experience in research, and most of it was spent in diabetes mellitus research.
Prof. Badr’s research interest area is the role of health promotion in preventing and/or delaying the onset of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). She is focusing her research on risk factors of developing diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular diseases, cancers, etc. and different program interventions that help in preventing its occurrence.
Dr. Swe Khin-Htun, Graduated from the Institute of Medicine 1, Yangon in 2001 and became a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 2007. He obtained the Master of Medial Science in Clinical Education from the UoN, UK in 2009. He is a member of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and also a Fellow of the international College of Surgeons, USA, 2014. He became a member of Academy of Medical Educators in 2004 and currently submitted Thesis to the UoN for the degree of Doctor of Medical Education.
He is working as the Medical Education Fellow in TSCSC and UMED. As a teaching Fellow, teaching is a normal part of my responsibilities as specified in job planning, However, He have high-level roles working with the UoN for teaching Medical students beyond my job plan and am recognised formally by the University as an Honorary Assistant Professor. He is also one of the Clinical Directors for Advanced Life Support (ALS course), Resuscitation council, UK. Moreover, in order to maintain my clinical skills, He also work as a Clinical Fellow at Emergency Department.
To examine attitudes and behaviours of healthcare professions on patient safety, clinical reasoning, clinical risk management and secondly to consider opportunities for developing an inter-professional learning theme addressing these.
Aug. 2007-Mar. 2015: PhD student Institute of biologie II, Freiburg University, Germany, Major in molecular genetics. Supervisor: Prof. Klaus Palme. Supported by DFG scholarship and contract. Degree: Doctor rerum naturalium (Dr. rer. nat)
Sep 2000-Jul 2003: College of life sciences, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China. Graduate student. Major: Genetics, Degree: Master, Supervisor: Prof. Yingguo Zhu (Academician of Chinese Engineering Academy). During this period, mainly focus on genetic diversity of AA-genome rices and QTL localization.
Sep 1995-Jul 1999: Department of Biology, Yantai Normal University, Yantai, China. Undergraduate student, Major: Biology. Degree: Bachelor.
Nearly all his research fields follow the animal research, which mainly focuses on 3 parts: single cell project (artificial miRNAs screening and improving the amiRNA design; Auxin sensor screening and its application); Toxins modifying Rho in plants and Epigenetics of JMJ10 in Arabidopsis.
Dr. Fugang Ren is interested in the research field of traditional Chinese medicine, bibliometrics, meta-analysis and bioinformatics. In the past he mainly focused on molecular biology and genetics.
Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China
Dr. Adegbenga B Ademolu is an associate fellow of the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria. He works in the department of medicine of Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Lagos Nigeria. He is a member of the Endocrine Society where he functions as a reviewer for both the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism (JCEM) and the Journal of the Endocrine Society (JES). He is also a member of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologist where he is a fellow in training. He has presented papers locally and internationally at conferences and has published papers locally in Nigeria and internationally in American, European and Asian journal. His work on hypoglycemia amongst others is opening new path of scientific knowledge and research in Endocrinology and related fields.
His research interest is in Hypoglycemia complicating diabetes mellitus management and in obesity.
Dr. Sanjoy Roy (MSW, MPhil, PhD) is working as an Associate Professor and Director (Field Work & Placements), Department of Social Work, University of Delhi. He has four years of working experience in development sector and in research and more than fourteen years in teaching in University level. He has worked with government institution like All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS). Previously Dr. Roy has taught in different Universities in India as different capacities like as Associate Professor in Department of Social Work, Visva Bharati University, West Bengal; as Reader in School of Social Work, IGNOU, New Delhi; as Assistant Professor in Assam University (Central), Silchar; as Assistant Professor in Delhi University on temporary basis; as Assistant Professor in C.S.J.M. University Kanpur.
Dr Roy is associated with various research and developmental organizations working at national and international level in the area of social work, research, social Justice and development. He has gained numerous administrative experiences Director, Field Work & Placement, Department of Social Work, University of Delhi,as Warden, Mansarowar Hostel University of Delhi, University NSS Coordinator, Visva-Bharati and departmental committees in different capacities time to time. He is guiding MPhil & PhD scholars in the Department.
He has published more than 40 articles/research papers published in different referred journals/books etc. and 10 books in national and international publication related to Women Development, Field Work in Social Work Education, Rural Development etc.
He is associated with many Association/Member with Professional Bodies/Committees like Executive Member and Life membership of ‘National Association of Professional Social Workers in India’ (NAPSWI), Life membership of ‘Social Science Gazetteer’, (Indian Social Science Association), India, Life membership of ‘Indian Academy of Social Sciences’ (Indian Social Science Congress), India, Member in Editorial Board of ‘Learning Community-An International Journal of Education and Social Development’, Member in Editorial Board of ‘Doctrine’, published from Research Academy, UP, International Advisory Board Member in Encyclopedia of Social Work, NASW, USA etc, Editorial Board member for Journal of Historical Archaeology & Anthropological Sciences, MedCrave Group. He is member, Department Research Committee of Amity Institute of Social Sciences, Amity University, UP and External Moderator, Jamia Millia Islamia Central University. He is esteemed Reviewer of Oxford University Publication, Oxford University Press, USA and esteemed Reviewer of British Journal of Social Work, UK, Sage publication, Common Ground Publisher (Associate editor in The International Journal of Religion and Spirituality) etc. He is also External Expert and Examiner of M.Phil and PhD of IGNOU, Department of Social Work, Rajshahi University, Bangladesh, Department of Social Work, Lucknow University, Department of Social Work, Bharatiar University, Tamil Nadu, Department of Social Work, Mizoram University, Mizoram, Department of Studies and Research in Social Work, Kuvempu University, Shimoga, Karnataka, External Moderator for ADPH Examination, Jamia Millia Islamia Central University.
Rural & Urban Development Sector and Sustainable Development, Justice, Human Rights & Empowerment for Disadvantaged Groups, Social Work Practice & Critical Social Work, Social Welfare Administration & Management of Voluntary Organizations/NGOs/Community Based Organizations and Participatory Development.
Dr. Balancin is a physician specialised in Pathology (Anatomic Pathology), currently a PhD candidate at University of São Paulo, Brazil, studying biomarkers applied to mesothelioma. As a surgical pathologist, he works closely with molecular diagnosis, gastrointestinal and lung pathology.
Comprise Cancer Target Therapy, Imaging Analysis in Pathology and Patient Safety Practices.
Dr. Vanessa Barros is a Graduate in Physical Therapy by CESUPA (2011), master's degree in sciences from the Department of Neurology and Neurosciences of Federal University of São Paulo - UNIFESP (2014), Doctoral in Neurology and Neurosciences by the Federal University of São Paulo (2017), specializing in clinical neuroscience by Unyleya. Coordinator of the postgraduate courses in the health area of Estácio University. Professor of disciplines (human physiology, human anatomy, clinical anatomy, cell biology, histology human embryology and tissue biology) at Estácio de Sá University. CAPES Researcher, studies the pattern of activation OF immediate early genes expression in the brain of rats and monkeys submitted to epileptic seizure and during cognitive tasks.
she has experience in molecular biology techniques (protein electrophoresis, RNA and DNA,
conventional and real-time PCR), immunohistochemistry and cell counting techniques (stereology),
behavior tasks, memory and learning in rodents and primates. Experience in cognitive training in
elderly with cognitive dysfunction.
Human physiology, Human anatomy, Clinical anatomy, Cell biology, Histology human embryology and Tissue biology.
Dr. Nasuhi Engin Aydin, MD, Professor in Anatomic Pathology graduated from Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine, Turkey. He received Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates Certification, USA on 1980. He has been working as a registered Anatomic Pathologist in academic institutions since 1983. He started his academic career working on short term carcinogenicity tests with results cited in National Cancer Institute, Bethesda Monograph 65. He attained Associate Professorship in 1987 and Professorhip position in 1993. Main topics of professional interest include forensic pathology, surgical pathology besides research on gynecologic pathology with international publications having a google scholar h-index of 21 currently.
Anatomic Pathology, Short term carcinogenicity, Forensic pathology, Surgical pathology.
Dr. Carlo Lazzari is a medical laureate from the University of Rome with postgraduate degrees in clinical psychology, medical education, psychiatry, psychotherapy, HIV/AIDS psychiatry, and organizational psychology. He has studied and trained in USA and UK. He is a clinical researcher based in the United Kingdom and has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals. He has also written several books on health psychology, clinical psychology, psychiatry, computational mind, and helping relations.
Clinical psychology, Medical education, Psychiatry, Psychotherapy, HIV/AIDS Psychiatry, and Organizational psychology.
International Centre for Healthcare and Medical Education, UK
Dr. Hideaki Kawabata is a clinical gastroenterologist to the core and now Director of the Department of Kyoto Okamoto Memorial Hospital, Head of the Gastroenterological Center and Chief of the Palliative Care Team at our hospital, as well as a Specialist and Councilor in the Japanese Society of Gastroenterology and the Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society and a Specialist in the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine and the Japanese Society of Gastrointestinal Cancer Screening.
Gastroenterology, Gastroenterological Endoscopy and Palliative Medicine.
Dr. Admasu Belay Gizaw; Age 29; Date of Birth: 10th August 1988 Country of Residence: Ethiopian. Dr. Admasu Belay Gizaw is an academician of Jimma University Institute of Health School of Nursing and Midwifery. He has been Vice Nursing service Director of Jimma University Medical Center currently working as a lecturer at school of Nursing and Midwifery. Dr. Admasu’s research is mainly focused on Nursing care and practice, nursing service management and nursing care quality.
Mainly focused on Nursing care and practice, nursing service management and nursing care quality.
Dr. Balancin is a physician specialised in Pathology (Anatomic Pathology), currently a PhD candidate at University of São Paulo, Brazil, studying biomarkers applied to mesothelioma. As a surgical pathologist, he works closely with molecular diagnosis, gastrointestinal and lung pathology.
Comprise cancer target therapy, imaging analysis in pathology and patient safety practices.
Dr. Aurelia Rakotondrainibe is an anesthetist and intensivist working in Antananarivo-Madagascar. After studying in Faculty of Medicine of Antananarivo, Bordeaux II and Paris VI, she currently works in the Surgical Intensive Care of CHU JRA, Antananarivo – Madagascar.
Her research interests include digestive pathologies in intensive care, perioperative nutritional management, perioperative pain and postoperative recovery.
Dr. Yohannes Gemechu is born and raised in Ethiopia. He received his BSc from Addis Ababa University, Faculty of Medicine in the field of Clinical Laboratory Science in the year 2012. He served as an Assistant Lecturer upon his graduation in department of Medical Biochemistry, Addis Ababa University, School of Medicine for a year and studied his Master`s of Science in the field of Medical Biochemistry from 2013-2015 at Addis Ababa University, School of Medicine. He continued his PhD study at Osaka University, Graduate school of Frontier Bioscience from the year 2015. Currently he is working as a specially appointed researcher at department of Immune regulation, Immunology Frontier Research Center, Osaka University. His work ranges from breast cancer treatment, biomarker identification to immunotherapy, immune regulation and Immunomodulatory drug target identification. He has vast experience in molecular techniques, genetic engineering, clinical trial and animal trial (in vivo experiment).
Cancer Immunology, Immunomodulatory drugs mechanism of action, protein protein-interaction and biomarker identification.
Dr. Aroldo Vieira de Moraes Filho, Graduated in Biological Sciences by the State University of Goiás - Morrinhos University Unit. Specialist in Technologies applied to Teaching of Biology (ETAEB), Master in Biology - - area of concentration: Cellular and Molecular Biology by Federal University of Goiás (UFG), PhD in Biological Sciences - area of concentration: Genetics and Biochemistry by UFG. Currently is studying post-doctoral training at the Graduate Program in Health Sciences of Federal University of Goiás (UFG). Teaches Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Bioecology at Alfredo Nasser College (UNIFAN) on courses of Biomedicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy, actually coordinates Lato Sensu Postgraduate in Forensic Sciences and have expertise as an advisor o the Academic Director. He is a full member, as research representative, of the Ethics Committee on the Use of Animals of Alfredo Nasser College (CEUA / UNIFAN).
Has experience in Genetic Toxicology, Teaching of Genetics and Collective Health, working mainly on the following topics: Antiretrovirals, AIDS, Genotoxicity, Mutagenicity, Human Sexuality and Sexuality in Adolescence.
Dr. Zhang is an associate professor in National Institute for Nutrition and Health, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention. He received his Ph.D. in pharmaceutics from Peking University, China. He has authored over 80 peer-reviewed publications, five books and two book chapters, and he serves as an editor for 18 international journals.
His areas of expertise include Pharmacokinetics, Bioanalysis and Pharmaceutics.
Department of Regenerative Medicine and Pain Management
Guarani Futebol Clube, Brazil
Dr. Verma is a “big picture” Stem cell scientist, a true visionary with
demonstrated leadership in stem cell research with a proven track
record in animal, human and medical Biotechnology.
Dr. Verma is a well renowned Reproductive Bio-technologist and a
stem cell Scientist from Monash University, Melbourne (Australia).
In 2011 and 2013, he was the First one in the world to generate
Induced pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSC) of wild cats namely, Snow
Leopard, Bengal Tiger, Jaguar and Serval's, This work was later
recognized by the World Stem Cell Society of Regenerative Medicine
in Milan (Italy) and was published as a chapter in Springer July
He is currently working as a Program Specific Researcher in CIRA
(Centre for iPS Cell Research and Application), Kyoto University,
Japan under the leadership of Prof. Shinya Yamanaka, a Nobel
Laureate and Prof. Koji Eto, a pioneer in blood research. He also holds
another appointment as Chief Scientific Director of Human iPS biobanking
and drug testing company called Bio Cell Innovation in
Dr. Verma has also spearheaded and brought ground-breaking
projects in Human Clinical field with a view and a hope to provide a
help to Inherited Blood Disorders for patients such as Sickle Cell
Anaemia and Thalassemia.
Department of Human iPS Cells and Clinical Applications
Kyto University, Japan
Dr. Osama Albarbarawi received his bachelor degree from Faculty of Science, Yarmouk University and then followed up with Ph.D in Analytical Chemistry from University of Granada. He is currently working in Taibah University, Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry as an academician and conducting multiple projects in Proteomics and metabolomics -based Mass Spectrometry to understand the role of O-GlcNAc posttranslational modification in regulating activities of proteins involved in several signal transduction pathways linked to several diseases such as Diabetes, Cancer, COPD, Asthma and Alzheimer’s. He is the author or co-author of multiple international publications.
Dr. Osama Albarbarawi is interested in Biomarkers discovery, and Identification/Validation of biological targets in respiratory diseases. In addition to study the role of O-GlcNAc posttranslational modification in signalling pathways linked to different diseases.
Dr. Joana S. Paiva holds a master's degree in the field of Biomedical Engineering. She has knowledge in the area of Artificial Intelligence, Neuroscience, Biophotonics, Biostatistics, Applied Physics, Signal Processing, Brain imaging Techniques and Machine Learning applied to Medicine and Biology. She is currently developing novel optical fiber tools for healthcare based on Artificial Intelligence within the scope of her PhD in Applied Physics. She is author of 6 peer-reviewed journal papers, more than 10 international peer-reviewed conference proceedings articles and two patents.
She has knowledge in the area of Artificial Intelligence, Neuroscience, Biophotonics, Biostatistics, Applied Physics, Signal Processing, Brain imaging Techniques and Machine Learning applied to Medicine and Biology.
Dr. Jun Tang, M.D., Ph.D., Professor, is founder and CEO of Cytate (Guangzhou) Biomedical Technologies Inc., and President of Cytate Institute for Precision Medicine and Innovation. Before creating Cytate in January 2016, Dr. Tang had been appointed as Head of Division of Research & Development Services, Medical Director of Center for Endocrine and Metabolic Disease Testing, and Medical Director of Center for Cardiovascular Disease Testing by KingMed Diagnostics Group, a largest Independent Medical Testing Laboratory Company in China since March 2011. During the period of 2013 to 2016, Dr. Tang was appointed as Vice-Dean and Professor of Guangzhou Medical University KingMed School of Laboratory Medicine. Prior to joining KingMed Diagnostics Group, Dr. Tang was working as Research Associate at the University of Chicago, Loyola University Chicago, and the Johns Hopkins University Medical Centers in the United States for 13 years. Dr. Tang has won more than 10 research grants and many prestigious awards for research excellence, and published more than 40 scientific articles in J Biol Chem, J Virol, Cancer Res, J Cell Mol Med, Oncol Rep, PLoS One, Lab Invest, etc. Dr. Tang received his M.D. and M. Sc. degrees from Bengbu Medical University, China and Ph.D. degree from Sun Yat-sen University Zhongshan School of Medicine, China.
Dr. Tang has extensive research experiences and interests in the fields of molecular and cellular medicine, medical microbiology, virology, oncology, cancer biology and immunology, laboratory medicine, as well as signal transduction, biomarker discovery, in vitro diagnostics, and gene therapy and immunotherapy for human cancers.
I am currently a research assistant professor in the School of Engineering at the City University of New York – the City College. I received a Bachelor of Science (B.S., 2003) degree in Mathematics from National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, a Master of Science (M.S., 2006) in Mechanical Engineering from Columbia University, New York, NY, and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D., 2013) degree in Biomedical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. Before accepting my current faculty position at the City College of New York in 2014, I was a postdoctoral researcher in the Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine, Brown Foundation Institute of Molecular Medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.
I have a unique expertise in the areas of biomaterials, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, and stem cell engineering. The objective of my research is to develop innovative engineering technologies in order to create models that help understand the pathophysiology of disease and optimize bioprocessing strategies toward regeneration of human tissues. My research program currently focuses on (1) development of novel hydrogel systems for osteochondral tissue engineering and integration, (2) development of molecular delivery vehicles for stabilization of stem cell chondrogenesis using nano/microparticle technologies, and (3) characterization of mechanisms contributing to aging of human stem cells.
The City University of New York – the City College, USA
Dr. Gustavo Vieira is MSc. and Ph.D. in science (emphasis on obesity neuropathology, vascular physiology and exercise performance), department of pharmacology, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Macaé, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
During his Doctoral studies, he received training on vascular function evaluated by ultrasound equipment and Near Infra-Red Spectroscopy (NIRS) device and studied the macro- and microcirculation comportment in health, disease and exercise, under the supervision of Dr. Thiago Alvares. Actually, is a member of the Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism Research Group where develops research related with Nutrition, vascular function, exercise on health and disease. Furthermore, Dr. Gustavo Vieira has additional expertise in human anatomy.
Dr. Gustavo Vieira has published international peer reviewed papers in the area of Human Anatomy, Exercise Biochemistry, Nutrition, and Heath professional.
Dr. Suleiman Ibrahim Sharif is a Professor of pharmacology and toxicology, the ex-dean and a founding member of the college of pharmacy, University of Sharjah-United Arab Emirates. Suleiman obtained a bachelor degree of pharmacy from Cairo University (1974) and a PhD from Nottingham University (1980), UK. Chaired the department of Pharmacology at the Faculty of Medicine-University of Benghazi-Libya and was the Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Dean of Postgraduate Studies at Al-Arab Medical University -Benghazi–Libya up to 1999. After that Suleiman moved to United Arab Emirates as Professor of pharmacology and a founding member of the Faculty of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Chairman of the department of Pharmacology and Director of the Center for Graduate Studies at Ajman University of Science & Technology from 1999 to 2005. He is a member of several national and international scientific societies and also a member of the editorial boards of many reputable scientific journals.
Neuropharmacology; Pharmacology of dependence on and withdrawal from opioids; Drug Utilization Studies, Pharmacy Education and Public Health.
I am a biologist, and I have specialized in the area of histology and cell biology. I have great knowledge in genetics and molecular biology. The research line that I have developed is in lung, more specific for lung diseases (COPD, pulmonary emphysema, chronic bronchitis, ...), medicinal plants in their anti-inflammatory aspects and also study drugs in treatment of inflammatory processes with observations of signaling pathways.
Dr. Huang is currently working on mechanisms of resistance to cancer immunotherapy at Department of Melanoma Medical Oncology, the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, the U.S. top 1 hospital for cancer care and one of the world's most respected centers devoted exclusively to cancer patient care, research, education and prevention. Before joining her current group at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in 2015, Dr. Huang received her Ph.D. degree in Molecular Cancer Biology from Duke University, a private comprehensive teaching and research university ranked in the top 10 by U.S. news and World Report. Prior to receiving top scientific trainings from the above mentioned prestigious institutions, Dr. Huang obtained her M.S. degree in Genetics in 2008 from Fudan University (in Shanghai, China), a top University in China and consistently ranked in the world's top 100 most academic universities. Before the graduate training at Fudan University, Dr. Huang received her B.S. degree in Biotechnology in 2005 from East China Normal University (ECNU), one of the most prestigious universities in China.
Dr. Huang’s areas of research interest and expertise include: tumor immunology, cancer immunotherapy, cancer biology, molecular biology, oncogenic signaling, virology and gene therapy.
Dr. Mohammad Shoaib Hamrah was born in Qaramqul in Jan 1969. He graduated from Abu muslem High School of Andkhoy in 1985 and studied medicine at Kabul Medical University from 1986 to 1991, graduating with honors in his class in Dec. 1991. In 1992, Dr. Hamrah moved to Andkhoy city where he worked as a physician at Andkhoy Hospital for many years.
In 2011, Dr. Hamrah was awarded a scholarship from the Japanese government, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) at the Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine, Nagoya.
He returned to Afghanistan with a Master’s Degree in Health Care Administration in 2012.
In 2013, Dr. Hamrah was awarded a scholarship from the Japanese government, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) at the Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine, Nagoya for his doctoral studies in the Department of Cardiology, ended in 2017.
He is a recipient of awards, scholarships and fellowships from the World Health Organization, the Japanese government, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), and the Takeda Science Foundation.
Dr. Hamrah is currently working as a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Cardiology, Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine. He has attended several international academic conferences.
Epidemiology of cancer, Epidemiology of cardiovascular diseases, Epidemiology of gastrointestinal diseases and Epidemiology of tobacco use.
Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan
Dr. Tongxing Wang is with a major research in pharmacology. My research direction is network pharmacology.
My research interests mainly include pharmacology, network pharmacology, bioinformatics, systems biology, complex network science, drug research and development, research of traditional Chinese Medicine.
Beijing Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology, China
Dr. Balbino Nepomuceno, PhD in Interactive Processes of Organs and Systems. Master in Medicine and Health from the Federal University of Bahia (2015). Physiotherapist graduated from Universidade Católica do Salvador (2007). Specialist in Intensive Therapy by the FSBA (2010) and Specialist in Physiotherapy Pneumo-functional by the SEBAB / ISG Multiprofessional Residence (2011). Specialist in Intensive Therapy by ASSOBRAFIR (2012). I Secretary of SINFITO - Bahia (2014), Physiotherapist of the Hospital Aliança (2013). Founding member of Reative Specialized Physiotherapy (2013).
Experience in critical patient care in the home and hospital setting.
Dr. Matsushima received his PhD degree in 2004 from University of Yamanashi College of Medicine in Yamanashi Japan. Before obtaining his current position, he had worked in department of medical microbiology and immunology at the University of Toledo College of Medicine (Toledo, Ohio in the United States) as an assistant professor. He also completed a postdoctoral fellowship in department of dermatology (Immunology) at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas (Dallas, Texas in the United States).
Dr. Matsushima’s area of interests are immunology and dermatology, especially inflammatory diseases such as psoriasis and atopic dermatitis.
Dr. Zezhong Ye is a MR researcher at the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology (MIR) in Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, USA. He has been working on the development and application of advanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology for human brain, prostate and breast cancer. He has published many peer reviewed or conference papers and was invited to present his works at multiple international and national conferences. He serves as ad hoc reviewers for several international journals including Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Journal of Neurotrauma, Brain Research and Developmental Neuroscience. He is active members of multiple professional societies including International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and American Association for Cancer Research (AACR). He has received many awards and honors including ISMRM magna cum laude merit award, ISMRM travel stipend award, publons peer reviews awards, et al.
Dr. Antonello Nicolini is a Chest Physician, Director of Respiratory Rehabilitation Unit and ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) Center, Hospital of Sestri Levante – Italy; Professor of Pulmonolgy at Physiotherapy and Physical Medicine, University of Genoa; Secretary of Study group of Intensive Care of italian Society of Pulmonology (ISP).
Non Invasive Ventilation – Sleep Breathing Related Disorders and Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome – Pulmonary Rehabilitation - Intensive Care Medicine - COPD.
Dr. Peng Liu obtained his M.D. from Suzhou Medical College in China and a Ph.D. from Medical School University of Sheffield. He received a post-doctoral training in molecular biology in Medical School University of Connecticut. Presently, He holds a faculty position at a professorship at Shanxi Medical University and directs an institute for medical sciences. He is a well-trained scientist with many years hands-on experiences and expertise in bone biology, adipose biology, stem cell biology, as well as transgenic and knockout mouse models. His current interest is to focus on mechanisms of Notch/Wnt signaling pathway in regulation of osteocytes and mineralization.
He is also focused a mechanism of Fsh related adipogenesis and thermogenesis by blocking its binding to Fshr, as well as interactions between bone and fat/muscle.
Department of Skeletal Developemtnat and Regenerative Medicine
Sichuan Univesity, China
Dr. Shaker El-Sappagh received the bachelor degree in computer science from Information Systems Department, Faculty of Computers and Information, Cairo University, Egypt, in 1997, and the master degree from the same university in 2007. He received the Ph.D. degrees in computer science from Information Systems Department, Faculty of Computers and Information, Mansura University, Mansura, Egypt in 2015. In 2003, he joined the Department of Information Systems, Faculty of Computers and Information, Minia University, Egypt as a teaching assistant. Since June 2016, he has been with the Department of Information Systems, Faculty of computers and Information, Benha University as an assistant professor. Currently he is Post-Doctoral Fellow at UWB Wireless Communications Research Center in the Department of Information and Communication Engineering at Inha University, South Korea. He has publications in clinical decision support systems and semantic intelligence. His current research interests include machine learning, medical informatics, (fuzzy) ontology engineering, distributed and hybrid clinical decision support systems, semantic data modeling, fuzzy expert systems, and cloud computing. Dr. El-Sappagh is a reviewer in many journals.
He is interested in the diseases diagnosis and treatment researches.
Department of Information and Communication Engineering
Inha University, South Korea
Dr. Parth Shah, M.D., Senior Director of Medicine and Economics at ObvioHealth, is a physician scientist with diverse clinical and research experience. He is an expert in Cardio-metabolic and Endocrine diseases and is passionate about improving patient care via advancements in research. Dr. Shah has served and has been serving as an Investigator in Sponsored and Investigator initiated studies. He has great experience in all phases of clinical trials from planning and development to its execution. He enjoys medical writing, teaching, and has a firm grasp of economics surrounding medical interventions. Dr. Shah has published many manuscripts in credible peer-reviewed medical journals and presented research at prestigious medical conferences. Furthermore, he is an editorial board member for multiple journals. He has earned Bachelor of Science (B.S.) from Youngstown State University, Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) from Washington University of Health and Science, and served as a Clinical Fellow/Researcher at Mercy Health/Jewish Hospital.
Dr. Salih Hacini received his graduated and post-graduated organic chemistry formation at the Université Oran1 (Algeria). He obtained his Doctorat Es-Sciences at Aix-Marseille University (France) under the supervision of Prof. M. Santelli in 1989, in the field of total synthesis (Synthesis of the Prelog-Djerassi lactone in a natural series from S-(-)-pulegone). He gets research and teaching positions at Oran-1 University. He held a post of lecturer and then was appointed Professor of organic chemistry in the faculty of exact and applied sciences in 1994. He has supervised the work of several PhD and MSc students. He was also a professor and associate academic researcher. His research interests were the organic synthesis, new methodologies in synthesis, green chemistry, natural products and bioactives molecules. He has been a member of the scientific committees of various conferences and has acted as a reviewer and expert in the evaluation of scientific publications, works and projects.
Organic chemistry; green synthesis; natural products; bioactives products.
Dr. Wen-Hao Yang is a professor at affiliated Cancer Hospital and Institute of Guangzhou Medical University, China. Dr. Yang obtained his PhD at Yang-Ming University in Taiwan, where he studied the mechanism of epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) and 3D movement in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC). As a postdoctoral fellow, his research focused on the development of inhibitors for treating local invasion-predominant cancers in Taiwan and a mechanism-based combination therapy to block breast cancer immune checkpoints at MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA. He have research experience in cancer immunotherapy, biomarker discovery, and mechanism-based drug development for inhibition of cancer metastasis and also possess industry experience in protein drug development and antibody production. The key aim of his cancer-related activities is to identify biomarker/mechanism-guided cancer therapy to benefit cancer patients.
Cancer immunity; Cancer metastasis; Cancer stem cells; biomarker/mechanism-guided cancer therapy.
Dr. Somnath Pandey, PhD, is a Postdoctoral Associate at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Temple University. Dr. Pandey received his MS degree in Biochemistry and Biotechnology from VIT University, at Vellore in 2010. Under the direction of Kevin Pruitt, PhD, he started his doctoral training at LSU Health Science, Shreveport, with specialization in Medical Physiology and Pharmacology. While pursuing his training there, Dr. Pandey served as an Instructor and taught Allied Health Professionals (class of 120 students) for one and a half years. Most of his students are now successful Physician assistants, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Respiratory Therapists. He then moved along with Kevin Pruitt to Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Lubbock, where was trained in Immunology and Infectious Diseases. Dr. Pandey served as the Public Relations Director of the Student government body from September 2015 until August 2016. There he was responsible for establishing and maintaining peer-peer relationships with Key Opinion Leaders at both academic institutions and community clinics. He also organized and managed Journal Club Meetings. He completed his doctoral training in 2016. He then moved to Temple University to start his Postdoctoral training under Jean-Pierre Issa, MD, American Cancer Society Professor of Medicine. There, Dr. Pandey focuses on epigenetic therapy for cancer treatment. Dr. Pandey has made several groundbreaking discoveries that have been published in Journals with diverse readerships such as Cell and Gene&Cancer to name a couple. Dr. Pandey received numerous awards and scholarships during his career, some of which include the Out-standing Teacher of the Year Award, Franklin Foundation Scholarship, Lubbock Area Foundation Scholarship and Mary Lou Clements-Mann Scholarship. Dr. Pandey has been invited as a speaker to various National and International Conferences including the American Association for Cancer Research at Chicago, 2018; Texas Tech 6th Annual Biological Sciences Symposium at Lubbock (TX). Dr. Pandey is an active member of the American association for Cancer Research (AACR) and National Post-Doctoral Association (NPDA).
Cancer Research, Epigenetics, Molecular Biology, MeCP2, Sirtuins, DNA methylation, Neurological Disorders, Rett Syndrome, CDK9, Mentoring.
Fels Institute for Cancer Research & Molecular Biology
Temple University, USA
Dr. Amr T.M. Saeb is a distinguished international speaker in many scientific conferences and congresses. Dr. Saeb is the head of two departments: Genetics and Biotechnology at Strategic Center for Diabetes Research, King Saud University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He is the Editor-in-Chief of SOP Transaction on Inheritance and Genetic Engineering, and member of the Editorial Board of several scientific journals. Dr. Amr T.M. Saeb has numerous and increasing number of scientific publications.
He was granted by the Egyptian Academy of Scientific Research a scholarship to pursue and he earned his Ph.D (Molecular Phylogenetics and Population Genetics) at The Ohio State University, United States of America. He won the Poster Presentation First Place Award, during the Annual Conference of OARCD/OSU in 2006. He is a Who’s Who in the World 2015 Awardee, and earned a lifetime membership by invitation from the National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi for his superior academic excellence during his Ph.D. program. His areas of expertise are focused into Teaching, Research and Scientific Writing.
Dr. Saeb's research interest is focused on but not limited to Bacterial pathogenesis and virulence, Molecular pathology, Comparative genomics, Bioinfomatics: DNA, RNA and Protein sequence analysis, functional and positional gene annotation, structural analysis, sequence alignments and many others, Human Oral Microbiome Analysis, Pyrosequencing Technique, Microbiology: Experienced in standard microbiology techniques, Molecular Biology: Experienced in standard techniques such as DNA manipulation, primer design, PCR, electrophoresis, southern blotting, DNA sequencing and plasmid manipulation techniques. He is currently writing a book on diabetes genetics.
PhD in Biochemistry from University of Leicester, UK.
Postdoctoral fellowship in New York University of Medical Sciences in Molecular Pharmacology
The University of Texas at Austin- College of Pharmacy
New Your University School of Medicine- Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology
The University of Leicester- Department of Biochemistry
Qazvin University of Medical Sciences- Department of Clinical Biochemistry and Genetics.
I am currently practicing as a consultant physician and gastroenterologist in Abu Dhabi UAE and have my experiences in UK, Iraq, UAE over 40 years, currently International Editor to GIE, Arab journal of Gastroenterology, Iraqi journal of gastroenterology.
I graduated from Gazi University Faculty of Medicine in 1993. I was a specialist doctor on radiation oncology from Marmara university in 2003. In the same university, first assistant professor and then associate professor in 2018. I experienced at the Vrije University / Brussels between 2008-2009, at the Dokuz Eylül university between 2011-2013. I have 23 national and international articles.
I am interested in genitourinary system cancer, lung cancer, brain tumor, radiosurgery, brachtherapy, breast cancer, lymphoma, gynecology cancer, skin tumor.
Dr. Bahram Alamdary Badlou, CEO of BBAdvies and Research is PhD Hematology. Dr Badlou has more than 18 years Clinical and Basic Research Medical Biology and Scientific training and experiences to study human pathological and Biochemistry processes of Ageing related diseases, 50 different kinds of the Antioxidants and their bioremediations, mitochondrial metabolism and functions, transient metabolic suppression at microscopic and macroscopic levels, using broad range of techniques i.e. rodent and mice models, animal heart surgery, Cell culturing techniques, in vitro and ex-vivo cellular assays, Western blot and q-PCR, FACS Flow cytometry quantification and sorting of cells, High Confocal Microscopy, live video microscopy of prediction model system of immunologic reactions post transfusion, adhesion tests, aggregation tests, hematooncological assays, DNA studies inclusive cell differentiation and proliferation assays, EPCAM involvement in both regeneration versus gasteroinstestinal cancerogenous processes. Dr Badlou future plan is to lead an Academic Hospital and/or Cell Biology department to investigate how cells and organs can be metabolically repaired and regenerated for Transfusion and Transplantation Sciences, offer solution to needs of Army, Emergency Medicine Clinics and Hospitals.
Dr Badlou during last 18 years Research studies from bench to bed developed 1) DNA-Protein expression model system to study cancer metastasis and proliferation possibilities 2) Mitochondrial metabolism Hibernation Model Systems to prolong shelf life of blood cells and prevent cancerogenous processes 3) Quantification of Receptors at blood cells- Model Systems to study phagocytic processes of primed cells and proteins.
Dr. Duong Minh Duc is a public health researcher and lecturer with substantial experience in reproductive health and knowledge translation and implementation science. He received his PhD in Medical Science from Department of Women's and Children's Health, Uppsala University, Sweden. His doctoral topic is exploring healthcare context for knowledge translation in Vietnam. Dr. Duc has been working in Hanoi University of Public Health as a researcher and lecturer since 2006. In September 2018, he was assigned as the vice-head of Department of technology and science. For more than 10-year, he has engaged into numerous studies on maternal and neonatal health with valuable research outputs recognised internationally. He has also published extensively in the fields of reproductive health and implementation science.
Reproductive health, knowledge translation and implementation science.
I have BSc degree in Public Health and MSc degree in Human Anatomy. I teach gross anatomy, embryology, and histology for medical and health science students in Ethiopia. I am permanent staff at University of Gondar, College of Medicine and Health Science, Department of Anatomy. I have published 2 research articles in a scientific journal. The other two are under revision. In 2017/2018, I reviewed a paper for Journal of Neuroscience in Rural Practice, BMJ Open and BMC pediatrics. I am attending Reviewer training at Publon academy. I have multi-disciplinary professional experience in the field of public health, human anatomy, and research and community services. I am familiar with different statistical packages including in STATA, SPSS, Epi-info, and Epi data.
My area of expertise goes with research related with birth defects, autism, maternal and child health, human development, anatomical variation, histology, and central nervous system anomalies.
Morteza is a qualified nurse with experience in both emergency care and hospice care settings. His research maintains a broad interest in the care of people at the end of their lives beyond cancer in palliative and end of life studies and for those who work closely with the dying, the bereaved and the critically ill. His current research focuses on EOL care in the Emergency Department, measuring the quality of EOL care in the community and hospital settings; educational support for nurses caring for the dying and managing emotional labour; and the economics of end of life care. For the latter, he is seconded to Health Economics (0.4FTE) to work on a large European Union funded project ‘EconEndLife’. Morteza has published in Scientific Journals, book chapters and disseminated research at conferences and invited seminars at both national and international levels. Given the nature of his work on advanced care planning and the quality of end of life care, he contributes to both the local and national media. He is a prolific writer and has published widely in nursing and non-nursing journals. His publications reflect his interest in a range of empirical, theoretical and methodological perspectives. Morteza is an experienced teacher having contributed to a spectrum of curriculum development and leadership projects from undergraduate through to doctoral level programmes. he has extensive experience of face-to-face, on-line, distance, small group and large group teaching.
His research interests include evidence base education, psychiatric nursing, game-based learning.
Department of Medical Sciences and Health Services
University of Sari, Iran
Dr. Stavroula A. Koulocheri is an Associate Professor, Department of Biological Chemistry, School of Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece. Dr. Stavroula A. Koulocheri completed BSc, Chemistry, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece , Staff scientist, Biochemistry Laboratory, Athens University Hospital “Laiko”, Athens, Greece [1980-1981], PhD in Biochemistry, Department of Biological Chemistry, School of Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece 
Stagiaire (fellowship), CNRS, Laboratoire de Biochimie, Faculté Saint Antoine, Paris and Institut Pasteur, Paris, France [mid-1988-mid-1989], Associate Professor, Department of Biological Chemistry, School of Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece [2003-], Associate Professor & Head, Department of Biological Chemistry, School of Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece [2004-2006].
José López Castro MD, PhD, is a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Santiago de Compostela (SPAIN) and a specialist in Internal Medicine
at SERGAS (SPAIN). Expert in Bioethics and Master in Clinical Management, Medical and Care Management by the CEU University (SPAIN).
He has published multiple works in prestigious national and international journals and is currently an accredited professor of Medicine.
Bioethics and Master in Clinical Management, Medical and Care Management .
Dr. Neuspiel received his BA from Rutgers University and his MD from New Jersey Medical School. He completed his pediatric residency at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, followed by a research fellowship in epidemiology and MPH at the Graduate School of Public Health of the University of Pittsburgh. He has done research on sudden death, asthma, addiction and patient safety and has authored 195 articles, chapters, books and abstracts. He has served on several editorial boards and national committees of professional organizations. Dr. Neuspiel recently retired as Director of Ambulatory Pediatrics at Carolinas HealthCare System and Medical Director of Myers Park Pediatrics in Charlotte, NC, the pediatric safety net practice of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, primarily serving immigrant children. Dr. Neuspiel previously worked at several academic medical centers in New York City, providing primary care to underserved children. He is Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics at Atrium Health (formerly Carolinas HealthCare System) and has been on the faculty of both the University of North Carolina School of Medicine and at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Dr. Amin O. Igwegbe attended Salahudeen Boy’s High Secondary School, El-Beida, Libya from where he obtained a Higher Certificate in Arabic and Islamic Studies in addition to Science Education; he also attended Al-Fateh University, Tripoli, Libya from where he obtained B.Sc. and M.Sc. Degrees in Food Science and Technology, and also the University of Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria from where he obtained a Ph.D in Food Science and Technology. He is fluent in Igbo, English and Arabic Languages. He currently heads the Department of Food Science and Technology, Faculty of Engineering, University of Maiduguri, where he also lectures in many areas including food analysis, food microbiology, meat and meat products technology, and milk and milk products technology. He is also a Visiting Senior Lecturer to Bayero University Kano, Nigeria.
Food Science and Technology, food analysis, food microbiology, meat and meat products technology, and milk and milk products technology.
Dr. Aljerry Dias do Rêgo is a Gynecologist of the amapá government / Brazil, Specialist in urogynaecology, Professor of Medicine at the Federal University of Ampá, Master's degree in gynecology from Universidade São Paulo, Preceptor of the residency program in gynecology and obstetrics, Amapaense gym member association of ginecolgia, Member of the Gynecology and Obstetrics Association of Amapá.
Dr. Fabricio S Singaretti Oliveira is specialized in Veterinary, graduated in 2000 at São Paulo State University (UNESP). Master degree (2002) and Doctoral Degree (2004) in Veterinary Anatomy/Surgery at the same Institution. Post doctoral degree in 2011 at University of São Paulo (USP) at the Department of Anatomy and Surgery – Medicine College. Professor since 2002 in Veterinary Anatomy in private universities and since 2013 at UNESP, only. More than 30 students in graduation, 4 in Master degree and 6 in Doctoral degree have developed individual projects in the last 6 years in surgical anatomy, mainly in alternative fixative and conservative products to corpses embalming aiming surgical practice. Three grants from São Paulo Government provided all researches. More than 80 papers are published.
Surgical anatomy, mainly in alternative fixative and conservative products to corpses embalming aiming surgical practice.
Pavel Sidorov is the author of over 600 works, including 56 books and monographs, 30 textbooks and manuals, 430 journal articles (120 published in foreign journals), and 31 invention patents.
He has made a fundamental contribution to the understanding and development of preventative systems for mental and social epidemics; the creation of original synergetic biopsychosociospiritual methodologies for evaluating and forecasting ontogenetic development; justifications for including terrorism and extremism within the group of polymodal and polymorphic related disorders; the conception of mental terrorism (commercial manipulation of conscience by means of threats, sanctions, etc.) as a nonlethal weapon of mass destruction; the creation of sanogenetic therapy – adaptation of the biopsychosociospiritual management of conscience and health (a priority since 1988); the validation of animogenetic (spiritual-moral) diagnostic and propaedeutic therapy and rehabilitation; the development of a multidisciplinary ideology and synergetic methodology of the mental health care and system monitoring as a social conscience interface.
The main scientific interests are within methodology of mental ecology and medicine, mental epidemiology and preventology, social psychiatry and narcology, clinical psychiatry and disaster medicine.
Dr. Hanqing Ye research areas are involved in multiple biological and medical researches - molecular and cellular biology, pharmacology and chemical biology, immunology, gene therapy. Dr. Ye has extensive experience in molecular, cellular and biochemical researches, and excellent skills on transgenic cell lines and animal models. For many years, Dr. Ye has worked with development of cell lines, transgenic vectors design and construction, small G protein signaling transduction in cancer, shRNA and artificial miRNA rAAV design/construction/production and screening. Currently, Dr. Ye is dedicated to develop anti-cancer/tumor nutrition supplements as Director and Founder of Beyond Biotech, LLC.
Stem cell and transgene, signaling transduction, Cancer and Tumor, gene therapy, AAV virus, shRNA and artificial miRNA, Crispr/cas9.
My academic experience started with a degree in Pharmacy at UNC at Córdoba (Argentina) that lead
me to work for seven years in Peirone Pharmacy (Technical Director) and a performing a postgraduation
in Cosmetics at UCC- Córdoba (Argentina). The following step was a master degree in
Pharmacy at University of Porto. The master thesis was about Trastuzumab in Portugal. At the
professional level I moved to a work in the Administration of the Health System (Portugal)
CHTMAD.EPE, where I had the chance to work in several areas regarding the health system, such as
intensive care, internal medicine, psychiatry, urology, and finally, nominated for oncological team.
My academic experience continued in a PhD program in Veterinary – specialization in Biomedical.
The thesis is about Intraperitoneal Ozone-therapy, applied to cancer disease. I analyzed the role of
Ozone-therapy in the animal model K14, with very good results, high rates of reversal and absence
of toxicity in the use of this novel application pathway.
Intensive care, internal medicine, psychiatry, urology, oncology.
University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro, Portugal
"After finishing her PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology (Immunology) in Spain, she moved to Dublin (Ireland), where she has lived and developed her career over the past 18 years in research and academia, working in medical research in hospitals and teaching at the Faculty of Medicine of Trinity College in Dublin, and as writer, reviewer and editorial Adviser in medical and scientific journals. Her curriculum includes medical and scientific articles published in international journals and presentations at medical conferences held all over the world".
Dr. Qian Xiao is an Associate Research Scientist at Yale University, where her research focus on cancer microenvironments, especially cancer biology, cancer immunology, and tumor ECM proteins. She has identified serial potential markers for cancer diagnosis and new targeting strategie development. Dr. Xiao’s research has been published on Nature Medicine, Nature Communications, PNAS, PLoS Genetics, Journal of Molecular Cell Biology, Cancer Microenvironment, Current Biotechnology, and Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy et. al. She also served as peer-reviewer for several journals including Journal of Molecular Cell Biology, Scientific Report, Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy, PLoS One, Neoplasma et. al.
Cancer microenvironments, especially cancer biology, cancer immunology, and tumor ECM proteins.
Dr. Yan Wang is a doctor and scientist in Medicine, I have Medicine Bachelor degree(M.D) in General Medicine and Pediatrics in 1990, I also Doctoral Philosophy Degree(Ph.D) in Emergency and Pulmonary Medicine in 1998. I have worked at the Miami University in Miami(since2000), Pennsylvania University in Philadelphia (since 2002) and Imperial College in London (2014). Currently I am attending doctor, professor, director and committee member at hospitals, medicine organizations and Journal Presses, I am honored membership in American Physiological Society, American Thoracic Society, and the Physiological Society in the United Kingdom. I have involved in basic and clinical study since 1990 and taken the investigator role for projects and programs at 1). Nitric Oxide (NO) and endothelial (ET) on respiratory biology study; 2). Oxidative stress and antioxidative enzymes (Prdx, SOD or Gpx) on cellular biology and gene transfection study; 3). Pulmonary and cardiovascular diseases with immunological response and infection study.
I have 1). Published a plenty of first-authored articles on peer-reviewed journals, 2). presented my observation at local, national or international scientific conferences, 3). also given high-qualified speeches, teach-courses and news release, 4). I have several books published in China, the United States and the United Kingdom.
Current I have accumulated extensive knowledge, experience and practice in Medicine. My contributions and achievements on medicine about 30-year effort have already gotten enough attention on the way of scientists viewing the interrelationship among respiratory biology, cardiovascular diseases, anti-oxidative stress and creative medicine advanced approach.
General Medicine, Respiratory and cardiovascular medicine, oxidative stress, and antioxidant enzyme defense, smaller molecular Nitric Oxide and its enzyme, cell injury and acute lung injury, biochemistry or gene engineer pharmacology.
Dr. Hiroaki Nakano is a lecturer at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Hyogo University of Health Sciences, Japan. He is principle investigator of the pharmaceutical science laboratory which is conducting research on the physical properties related to medicine. He received his PhD in biophysical chemistry from Osaka University, Japan. His field of research focuses not only on the analysis of pharmaceuticals but also on the development of a method to efficiently search for new drug candidate compounds, and the three-dimensional structure analyses using various methods such as proteins targeted by drugs. More recently, research has been placed on methods for safely taking medicines by elderly people and infants.
To analyze how to assist swallowing with rheological characteristics in order to safely take tablets that elderly people and babies are hard to swallow. To that end, we are using computer simulation concurrently.
Md. Abdul Wares is a research-passionate in biomedical optics. His research interest is the study of the morphological alterations in different disease conditions either by invasive method, histopathology, or by noninvasive method.
Dr. Wares is a doing research on the development of the non-invasive optical technique for biological functions and tissue morphology based on the diffuse reflectance spectroscopy at the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology with a view to diagnosing the diseases early, safely and affordably. Part of this is assessment of light scattering and hemoglobin in cutaneous carcinogenesis of mice based on multispectral diffuse reflectance images. So far, he authored 17 research items including peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings, dissertation and posters. Initially, he started research work on studying the morphological alterations in different disease conditions through histopathological techniques. Later, he perceived the need of noninvasive techniques to address efficiently the unmet clinical needs and then, concentrated on this. He is actively involved in renowned professional organizations such as OSA (The Optical Society of America), SPIE (Society for the Photo-Instrumentation Engineers), AOS (Australian Optical Society) and BSVER (Bangladesh Society for Veterinary Education and Research). Also, he is a civil service officer (BCS, 31st Batch) in the Department of Livestock Services, Government of Bangladesh.
Academically, Dr. Wares has proven record of academic talent. He received DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) and MS in Anatomy degrees from Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh in 2010 and 2012, respectively. He is honored with two Gold Medals for outstanding performance, perfect score (CGPA 4.00 out of 4.00), and National Science and Technology (NST) Fellowship for valuable research during MS. The Government of Japan provided him MEXT/Mongukagakusho Scholarship in 2015 for pursuing Doctoral course.
In leisure, he likes to read book of diverse topic. Volunteering is his passion.
In next February, Dr. Wares is going to present the research results in the SPIE BiOS symposium, the largest conference of its kind, which will take place at San Francisco, USA. He plans to complete his Doctoral course in March 2109.
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
Dr. Jahanfar is a reproductive epidemiologist with grounding in public health and biostatistics. Her research focuses on reproductive health, women and children health, and genetic versus environment studies. She has worked with a number of twin studies in Australia, Iran, Malaysia, and Canada. She has conducted several epidemiological studies and produced over 15 systematic reviews in the areas of HIV/AIDS, domestic violence, family planning, ultrasound screening and breast-feeding. She is an international Cochrane trainer, has conducted over 20 Cochrane workshops/webinar series on standard author training and trained over 400 clinicians and scientists. She has over 60 peer-reviewed publications including Nature Perinatology, Fertility & Sterility, Cochrane library, and Journal of Fetal and Maternal Medicine. She is currently working towards conducting several twin studies, a randomized controlled trial and a longitudinal study all related to reproductive health and reproductive behavior at national and international levels. She is interested to work with interested students and researchers for potential collaboration.
Dr. Jia Sun is a medical researcher. She studied Veterinary Medicine at Qingdao Agriculture University and pursued Clinic Veterinary Medicine at Jilin University in China. After almost two years experiences as a research assistant at Karolinska Institutet, she registered as a PhD student and completed at Division of Renal Medicine, Karolinska Institutet. She has a solid background and knowledge with animal experiments and data analysis. She currently attends Swedish Language training.
She is interested in epidemiology in renal disease patients and pathophysiology in tubular.
Born in 1962 year in Gevgelija, R.Macedonia. Graduated medical faculty in Skopje 1987 year. Practice exam take 1989 year. Became a specialist physiatrist 1989 year. Defense magisterial study in 2002 year at Medical faculty in Skopje, and defense doctoral study in 2010 at Medical faculty Nis, R. Serbia. She was in professional improvement in R. Germany in 1997 and 2000 year, in area of geriatric rehabilitation and post surgical treatment rehabilitation. Visiting study in ISICO, Italy, 2016. From 1989-2007 work like a doctor in clinical practice. She works like a professor for physical therapy subject from 2007- 2017 at University St.Clement Ohritski,Bitola. She is working like head of postgraduate study for physiotherapist at MIT University, Skopje,R.Macedonia. Member of: Macedonian doctor association, ISPRM, Int.Reha Forum, Macedonian Science association from Bitola.Head of AM department at www.tic.org.mk. Total data of published studies 192. In editorial board of follow journals: 1.Sanitas Magisterium. Istambul.Turkey.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Integrative Medicine, Pain Management.
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
MIT University, Macedonia
Dr. Dimitrios Vrachatis graduated Medical School in 2008 (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens), holds an MSc in Health Care Management (2013; Hellenic Open University; Patras) and a PhD in the field of cardiovascular bioengineering & interventional cardiology (2014; National and Kapodistrian University of Athens). Dr. Vrachatis has been a co-author in peer-reviewed publications, while he has served as a Guest Editor in international medical journals. Dr. Vrachatis is a trainee of Cardiology in the greek national health system. Dr. Vrachatis has participated in the teaching program of under- and post- graduate students of National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
Dr. Dingding Han, is currently a Co-Principle Investigator in Guangzhou Institute of Pediatrics, Guangzhou Women and Children’s Medical Center. He obtained a Ph.D. from Fudan University (2011) and got the postdoc training in Baylor College of Medicine (2012). After that, he worked as a research associate during 2012-2017 in CAS-MPG Partner Institute for Computational Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Dr. Han’s research interests involve the transcriptomic and epigenetic mechanisms of human brain development and developmental disorders. As major author, his research articles have been published in Nature Neuroscience, PLoS Biology, Genome Biol Evol, RNA, Molecular Oncology, et al.
Transcriptomics and epigenetics of human brain development and developmental disorders.
Guangzhou Women and Childrens Medical Center, China
Dzmitry Valchkevich graduated from the Medical University in Grodno (Belarus) in 2001. He studied in postgraduate school at the Department of Human Anatomy until 2003. He received the degree of Candidate of Medical Sciences (PhD degree) in 2005 for the study of anatomical features of the arteries of the human pelvis. He worked as an Assistant in the Department of Human Anatomy from 2003 to 2007. Since 2007, he is an Associate Professor of Human Anatomy. He worked as Deputy Dean of the Pediatric Faculty of the Medical University in Grodno at the same time. In 2013-2015, he was the Head of the Department of Human Anatomy.
His teaching interests include human anatomy, physiology and histology.
Dzmitry Valchkevich’s research interests are individual variability of the arteries of the human body. Recent studies are related to the establishment of anatomical prerequisites for the occurrence of miscarriage.
Dr. Roy Rillera Marzo is a Public Health Physician and Research Scholar. He is currently the Deputy Dean, Faculty of Medicine in Asia Metropolitan University, Malaysia. He is also handling different positions such as Deputy Head in Medical Curriculum and Assessment, Deputy Head of Medical Research and Ethics and Deputy Head of Medical Education and Quality Assurance. He also teaches postgraduate programs like Master in Public Health (Online) in South America, Master in Global Health Studies and Master in Healthcare Management. Dr. Roy teaches extensively in the medical program on the topics of Public Health such as Epidemiology, Statistics, Occupational Health, Health Promotion, and Research. Dr. Roy became an Acting Dean of the MD UKM -AUCMS last August 2014 and because of his passion for teaching, he took a Post-Graduate Degree in Teaching Methodology.
Dr. Roy attended his B.S. Biology and Doctor of Medicine at Saint Louis University. This was followed by taking a Master in Public Health and graduated Magna Cum Laude. He is a member of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (USA). He likewise had training in Tobacco Treatment under Mayo Clinic USA. He is a Fellow of Public Health, London, UK. In the Philippines, Dr. Roy was a Consulting Physician in renowned global American company Texas Instrument and became the youngest Director of Cordillera Coalition Against Tuberculosis. He also appears regularly on local television and radio programs. Dr. Roy is also an adviser of Rotaract Club, Muar and International Coordinator of Southeast Asia of Education Against Tobacco Program Project. Currently, he is the Editor-in-Chief of Texila International Journal of Public Health, South America, and an International Board Member in six international journals. He is now pursuing his Master in Distance Education in University of the Philippines and Ph.D. in Education, Malaysia.
Dr. Roy's researches are focused on Public Health, and Medical Education.
Department of Global Health and Community Medicine
Asia Metropolitan University, Malaysia
Dr. Jian-ye Zhang, Ph.D, is a professor at School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Guangzhou Medical University. Dr. Zhang is the principal investigator of multiple NSFC grants. His research field includes cancer biology, anticancer agents from natural products. He has published articles in peer-reviewed journals. Also, he holds editorial memberships of several international journals. He was awarded the 3rd Prize of Chinese Medical Science Award, 2012.
He is a council member of Specialty Committee of Cancer Precision Medicine of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies, committee member of Division of Tumor Pharmacology, Chinese Pharmacological Society. He also holds membership of China Anti-cancer Association. He has given oral presentations at several international conferences, including 10th North American ABC Workshop (USA), 2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry & Natural Products (China), Joint meeting of the GP?TCM Research Association, the TCM Chemistry Specialty Committee and the TCM Pharmaceutical Analysis Specialty Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (Belgium), BIT's 9th World Cancer Congress-2016 (China), the 5th annual conference and Mongolian Medicine Forum Chinese Medicine Chemistry Professional Committee of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (China), 1st International Conference on "Cancer Pharmacology Research" (USA).
He has broad background containing pharmaceutical science, pharmacognosy, phytochemistry and cancer pharmacology.
Dr. Jinying Chen, Ph.D., associate research fellow, born in 1987, graduated from the State Key Laboratory of Biotherapy of Sichuan University, West China Hospital in 2015., who have been engaged in chemical research for more than ten years. Participated in the national major projects "Eleventh Five-Year", "Twelfth Five-Year", "Thirteenth Five-Year" and National Natural Science Fund project during graduate school. He has published more than thirty papers in international SCI journals with a cumulative impact factor of 70, including nine SCI papers as the first author.
Chen joined in Sinograin Chengdu Storage Research Institute Co.Ltd since 2015, mainly engaged in the research of grain and oil inspection and grain storage. He has participated in a number of China National Grain Storage Corporation projects as a main researcher and published three SCI papers, one international conference paper and five chinese core journal papers. He Has been seconded to the Standard Quality Center of the National Grain Administration since 2017 and involved in the planning, project approval, promulgation, supervision and revision of the national grain and oil standards.
Dr. Jinying Chen is sufficiently experienced in depth research of chemical synthesis, chemical separation, chemical analysis such as high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS).
Dr. Mohamed Abdo Rizk holds a DVM degree from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Mansoura University. He obtained his Master degree in 2011 in veterinary internal medicine from School of Veterinary Medicine, Mansoura University and obtained his joint PhD (Egypt/Japan) at 2016 in internal medicine from Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Hokkaido, Japan. Dr. Mohamed Abdo Rizk has more than 8 years of experience in veterinary internal medicine and infectious diseases. Beside his research experience in that area, he has 9 years of teaching experience primarily related to teaching veterinary internal medicine and infectious diseases to DVM students. He has many publications in national and international scientific journals. He received the prize of the best PhD thesis in Mansoura University at 2016. He trained in horse clinic and small clinic in University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Hannover, Germany. He worked as foreign visiting researcher at National Research Center of Protozoan Diseases (NRCPD), Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Hokkaido, Japan. Currently he is assistant professor of internal medicine and infectious diseases at Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Mansoura University.
Mohamed Abdo Rizk's main area of interest is treatment and diagnosis of protozoan diseases
especially Babesia and Theileria parasites as my PhD was on treatment and diagnosis
of Babesia parasite. Besides treatment and diagnosis of respiratory diseases in calves,
and animal infectious diseases.
Department of Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases
Mansoura University, Egypt
Currently, Dr. Alexandre Sarmento Queiroga is an Assistant Professor at Universidade Federal da Paraíba, he is a bachelor in Biology from Universidade Estadual da Paraíba (UEPB), and received his Ph.D. in Science from Universidade de São Paulo (USP). During the Ph.D., he also was an international visiting scholar at Integrated Mathematical Oncology from Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa-FL. Therefore, his research experience is toward computational biology, more precisely spatial stochastic models of evolutionary dynamic in cancer.
He is interested in integrating experimental data with mathematical models to study evolutionary dynamic in cancer.
Instituto do Cancer do Estado de Sao Paulo (ICESP)
Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de Sao Paulo (FMUSP), Sao Paulo, Brazil
Dr. Ahmed Elsir Mokhtar Abd-Elmagid, completed his Bachelors of Science in Human Anatomy department, Omdurman I. University. After Graduation in 2006, he worked as a Teaching Assistant, at Department of Anatomy, Histology & Embryology, College of Medicine, International University of Africa, Khartoum, Sudan, then he moved in 2008 to work in the Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, University of Gezira, Wad-Medani, Sudan. He gets his Master Degree in Clinical Anatomy in 2011 and promoted to a Lecturer of Clinical Anatomy, in 2011, Department of Anatomy, Histology & Embryology, College of Medicine, Najran University, Saudi Arabia. His teaching interests included: Gross anatomy (Human Morphology), Neuroanatomy, Histology, Radiographic anatomy and Embryology.
Human Brain, Clinical Anatomy, Gross Anatomy, and Embryology.
Dr. Aliaksei Ivantsou is graduated from the Pediatric Faculty of the Grodno State Medical University. In his student years, he dealt with children knee injuries. These studies determined the field of his scientific interests in clinical anatomy. After starting work at the Department of Anatomy in 2006, he began to study the peculiarities of the structure of the knee joint structures in childhood under normal and pathological conditions of the musculoskeletal system. The relationships between the intraarticular elements were determined on the cadaveric material, also the evaluation of the formation of articular surfaces of healthy children and in the valgus abnormality of the tibia was performed on x-rays, and an ultrasound examination of the knee joints of healthy children and longitudinal flatfoot was carried out to determine the meninges and femoral condyles at different stages of postnatal ontogeny. The result of these studies was the defense of the thesis on the topic "Peculiarities of the anatomical structure of knee joint structures in children and their clinical significance" with the award of the PhD degree to him.
Currently, his scientific interests are related to the peculiarities of the blood supply of the kidney, the definition of genetic markers that affect the formation of a variant anatomy of the vascular bed in the embryonic period, the search for interrelations between the features of the blood supply of the kidney and cardiovascular pathology. He hopes that his 12-year professional experience and the field of his scientific interests will be useful in the joint cooperation.
Dr. Osama Abbadi graduated from the faculty of medicine, University of Khartoum on April 2006, then he worked in the clinical field for three years, after which, he followed his interest in Chemistry and research by obtaining a master degree in medical biochemistry from the same university. During the period from March 2010 till November 2011, he worked as a tutor in the biochemistry lab in the faculty of medicine, University of Khartoum, and from July 2012 till December 2015, he entitles as a lecturer of Biochemistry in Omdurman University in Sudan. He occupied the position of the editorial secretary of the Sudan Journal of medical sciences from April 2013 to December 2015. On May 2018, Dr. Osama obtained the PhD degree from the school of natural sciences in Daltown university- USA. He published a study about glycated hemoglobin in newly discovered diabetics, and currently working on diabetic wounds and their response to negative pressure, skin histological changes in response to negative pressure, and software-dependent estimation of collagen and elastic fibers concentration.
Interested in the fields of drug discovery, diabetes studies, regenerative medicine, limbs transplantation, and cancer studies.
Dr. Bamidele Johnson Alegbeleye is a self-motivated General Surgeon. He equally enjoys the clinical practice and research. He has a strong passion to inspire others to take up surgery as a career. He has been involved in teaching Nursing and Medical students, both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Also involved in other extra-curricular activities, served the church in different leadership portfolios. Easily adapt, friendly, hard-working, honest, organized, reliable and a good team player.
Dr. Mohammad Adnan Khalil is currently the Chairperson of the Assessment Center and an Assistant Professor of Medical Physiology in the Basic Medical Sciences Department at King Fahad Medical City and KSAU-HS. As a research scientist, he specializes in molecular physiology, cell biology and neurophysiology with interest in translational medicine. He has a PhD in Cellular and Molecular Neurophysiology from Wayne State University School of Medicine, USA.
He was privileged to have partaken in founding FOM at KFMC (2005-present). Throughout
his career, he has also been dedicated to innovating medical and nursing education. As a
member of the Faculty of Medicine at KFMC, he developed and implemented the 7-step and 11-step hybrid problem-based learning methods of the medical curriculum. This approach
emphasizes active learning through a flipped classroom instruction model. As a member of
the Curriculum Consulting Team, he is currently developing an MBBS-Degree Program
Curriculum Framework document in collaboration with a wide network of clinical
consultants, scientists as well as FOM faculty members.
He also lectured cellular and molecular physiology throughout the entire MBBS-Degree
curriculum. In addition, he serves in a leadership role as Course Director as well as serving as
an Expert Panelist. Recently, he became the Program Manager for the SMLE Preparatory
Program which was designed by the faculty members and myself to deliver 160 hours of BMS
subjects to medical graduates planning to sit for the Saudi Medical Licensing Examination
(SMLE). In all of his teaching and learner facilitating, he emphasizes a hands-on, problem-based
instruction. He ensures students not only to understand molecular physiology, but also its
connection to medical procedures, patient care and patient safety. He emphasizes that the MBBS
degree is only a portal to an unlimited lifelong learning journey that will continue to unfold
and evolve throughout their careers. He routinely encourages students to ask why and how in
classrooms, practical sessions and hospital rounds. Then, to proceed to formulate questions,
design and execute research questions and publish their findings.
Throughout his tenure at KFMC/KSAU-HS, he had extensive administrative experience in
supporting numerous programs. He has directed multiple research and educational initiatives
and developed a foundation for continued success of students at our Faculty of Medicine. As
the Director of the Basic Medical Sciences (BMS) Teaching Laboratories, he managed all
administrative objectives, including operations leadership, policy development and
compliance, inventory management, and strategic planning for future growth. He is also
currently the Chairperson of the Faculty of Medicine Examination Center, where he collaborates
with his colleagues to administrate exams in all subjects for the 6-year hybrid PBL
curriculum. His leadership style emphasizes collaboration, and he works with stakeholders at
all levels to ensure sustainable program growth.
His research emphasizes the beneficial effects of antioxidants, including Co-enzyme Q10 and
melatonin. He published 12 articles on this research and its connection to diabetes and
hypoxia in ISI-indexed journals. In collaboration with his colleagues, they have been awarded
funding from KFMC Research Center (RC) for a clinical investigation on alpha-antitrypsin in
the amount of 250,000SR. He is interested in focusing his research in translational medicine
in the area of personalized medicine in diabetes and obesity.
In addition to his own research, he also has a strong background in managing research
initiatives. He previously served as the Director of the Basic Medical Science Teaching Labs for
the Faculty of Medicine in Riyadh, where my team and he developed and launched a Basic
Medical Sciences Research Laboratories Initiative and built the lab from the bottom up. This
state-of-the-art facility is an established Basic Medical Sciences Research Labs supporting
molecular biology, cell culture, UPLC, ELISA, anatomy, histology, pathology, microbiology and
photography. It has now become the core of KFMC Research Center. Research conducted in
the lab has made important gains in fostering a culture of basic and clinical, evidence-based
research at KFMC; recently became a Satellite Center for the Saudi Genome Project in
collaboration with KACST.
Al-Nomais Polyclinics and Pharmacies, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Hadi Afandi Al Hakami, MD, SSC-ORL and Head and Neck Surgery, JBORL, AB ORL, MMedEd is an Assistant Professor, Department of ORL-Head and Neck Surgery, COM, KSAU-HS Consultant and Resident Training Program Director of ORL-Head and Neck surgery, KAMC-Jeddah Clinical Educator, KSAU-HS Al-Hakami was graduated from Medical College, King Saud University on 1997. He had postgraduate training in ORL-Head and Neck Surgery. Then he had fellowship training in Head and Neck Surgical Oncology and Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery at the McGill
University, Canada. He is a Residency Program Director of ORL-Head and Neck surgery, KAMC-Jeddah. He is an active member of: Saudi ORL Society, Asia-Pacific Society of Thyroid Surgery, Saudi Board Western Residency Training Program Committee, Exam Committee of Saudi Board of ORL-Head and Neck surgery, Head and Neck Working Group at KAMC-Jeddah, and Medical Education Council at COM-KSAU-HS. He is a facilitator of series of Innovative Concepts in Health Professions Education at COMJeddah, KSAU-HS. He has published many articles in refereed journals.
His research areas of interest are head and neck oncology and medical
Dr. Ilker ATES is working as an associate professor in Department of Toxicology, Ankara University Faculty of Pharmacy. He is working as a toxicologist in his department for nearly 20 years. He is interested in genetic, occupational toxicology and immunotoxicology. His studies are mainly focused on cytokines and related gene polymorphisms as indicators of individual susceptibility for assessment of genotoxicity. Additionally, DNA damage and repair, immunotoxicology and occupational exposure are the other topics. He got several international and national publications in reputable scientific journals and he also got many congress and symposiums posters. He worked in projects supported by his university or other scientific organizations as investigator or researcher.
Dr Alessandro Leite Cavalcanti graduated from dentistry in 1991 and received his M.S. in Paediatric Dentistry in 1997 at the University of Sao Paulo (USP) Brazil. He received his PhD in Stomatology at the Federal University of Paraiba in 2002. He has been a postdoctoral scientist at the School of Dentistry of the Federal University of Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte, Brazil in 2014. In 2016 he was promoted to Associate Professor. Moreover, Dr. Cavalcanti holds a research productivity scholarship (Level 2) from CNPq, a Brazilian funding agency. He has been Professor of the Public Health Dentistry Discipline at the State University of Paraiba since 2002, where he teaches both undergraduate and graduate dental students. In the postgraduate course, he also teaches about dental research and manuscript writing. He is Editor in Chief of Pesquisa Brasileira em Odontopediatria e Clinica Integrada [Brazilian Research in Pediatric Dentistry and Integrated Clinic] Journal.
His areas of research are Epidemiology, Pediatric Dentistry, Forensic Dentistry and Public Health. He has published over 300 articles in peer-reviewed Brazilian and international journals.
Dr. Grace Lindsay is Professor of Medical Surgical Nursing at Umm Al-Qura University, Makkah, KSA. Her career in nursing and midwifery practice spans a period of over 25 years as a clinician, teacher and researcher. During these years she has worked within the higher education and health care sectors, and in partnership medical charities, publishers and research funding bodies. Such experience is reflected in her current internationally relevant healthcare interests.
As a nurse, clinical practice started out in midwifery as an RN in the labor/delivery room, moving on to adult intensive care and latterly cardiac preventive and rehabilitative practices. Over these years of growing experience her work was focused on the domains of nursing education and research. A central interest has been in contributing to the evidence base for understanding patient experiences, patients’ health beliefs/actions and outcomes on health as a result of health-care interventions. These interests became the focus of her doctoral studies in health outcome following cardiac bypass surgery which continues to be an area of interest. Nurse-led initiatives designed to improve the care of cardiac patients evolved from this research and formed the basis for her future research direction and in attracting research grant funding. She has made significant contributions to the nursing and health-care literature through a range of peer reviewed journal and book publications. Findings have been disseminated at numerous international and national conferences, and in peer-reviewed international health-care journals (over 60 publications) and two edited textbooks.
Underlying concepts and capabilities of digital technology relating directly to nursing practice - an emerging research interest: Possibilities and potential of new technologies; Evaluation of the enhancement of nurse-patient interactions and overall efficacy of health-care delivery; Secondary prevention and the effectiveness of rehabilitation for people with coronary heart disease; Health beliefs and ‘Health Locus of Control’ as a measure of behavioral intentions, actions and health outcomes in cardiac clients; Measuring health-care outcomes using and developing measures of wider health indices based on the WHO definition of health and patient/user perspective; Evaluation of expanding and advanced role in various nursing specialist practices; Employing mixed research methodological approaches drawn from both inductive and deductive knowledge generation paradigms.
Dr. Nicholas Jairo Kavana is a Tanzanian by nationality, holder of MD from Volgograd Medical University, Russia, Diploma in Applied Parasitology and Entomology (DAP&E) from Institute of Medical Research Kualar Lumpur, Malaysia, MSc (Eco-Parasitology) University of Malaya, Malaysia, PhD Parasitology from Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania. Dr. Nicholas Jairo Kavana is having 15 publications, supervised 3 Masters students. Currently Dr. Nicholas Jairo Kavana is employed with St. Francis University College of Health and Allied Sciences Ifakara, Tanzania as a Lecturer in Parasitology and Entomology.
Her research interests include digestive pathologies in intensive care, perioperative nutritional management, perioperative pain and postoperative recovery.
St. Francis University College of Health and Allied Sciences, Tanzania
Dr. Guang Yang is a process & analytical development scientist at Boston Institute of Biotechnology LLC. He received B.S. degree from Nankai University in Tianjin, China in 2010. Then he started pursuing his PhD degree at Tufts University in Massachusetts, US, focusing on rational design and mechanistic studies of bio-inspired asymmetrical metal-organic complexes. Dr. Yang has shown solid expertise in biochemistry and organometallics with broad scope of chromatography- and spectroscopy-based purification and analytical techniques. After graduation, Dr. Yang has joined Boston Institute of Biotechnology LLC. As a process & analytical development scientist, he manages the process development projects of biological drug discovery and production, by leading downstream purification and analytical teams.
Dr. Ishani Dasgupta is presently working as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology Department in UMass Medical School. Her current research is focused on studying the role of mechanical tension in signaling pathways implicated in cancer, cell growth, differentiation and organ development. Prior to joining UMass, Dr. Dasgupta pursued her PhD in molecular and cell biology from NTU, Singapore. During her doctoral studies, she studied the role of osmotic pressure in the regulation of cytoskeleton during mitosis. I gained extensive experience in biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology techniques like flow cytometry, confocal microscopy and mechanobiology skills. During her PhD, she has presented her research in various international conferences in USA, Europe and South east Asia. She was one of the two PhD students selected in a year to present her work at the Konstanz-NTU joint chemical biology workshop held in Konstanz, Germany. She won travel award to to present her work at the Mechanobiology conference in Vietnam, 2016. Dr. Dasgupta was also selected as one of the Singapore Leaders of Tomorrow (SLoT) in an event based on the format of the acclaimed Gap Summit organized by the Global Biotech Revolution. In this event, she contributed as a team to develop impactful solutions to address the research and innovation gap in the biotech industry.
She worked as a CSIR (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research) Junior Research Fellow where she explored the molecular pathogenesis of Salmonella infection. There, she gained expertise in working with mouse models and microbial pathogenesis. She has always been fascinated by the numerous facets of Bioscience. Besides bench science, she is an active member of Association for Women in Science (AWIS) and she serves as the Events Director for the Central Massachusetts chapter. https://www.awis.org/project/dr-ishani-dasgupta/ . As a part of the dynamic team, Dr. Dasgupta is involved in organizing AWIS events like networking socials, professional development workshops and symposiums for STEM professionals. She is a member of the National Postdoctoral Association and American Society of Cell Biology (ASCB). She is also very passionate about science communication. She participates to disseminate interesting research findings to a broader audience via science writing by serving as the Publicity manager of ClubSciWri. She is in the reviewer board of several journals and have reviewed many articles to my credit. As an editor of CPQ medicine, she aims to contributing to the journal significantly.
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Singapore
Dr. Asmare Talie worked in different working sites, three years in hospital & three years as academician from Debre Markos University. Has many activities in the institution in three pilars (community service, teaching & doing research. Had many publications projects and community service. There are involvements of different national and international research conferences, and workshops as a speaker and participant. Even in this year research is being done on utero vaginal prolapse and its associated factors in Amhara region referral hospitals. And also in this year, 2019 their projects as principal investigator and co investigator. Dr. Asmare Talie is honest, empathy, punctual & visionary being professionally disciplined. Currently working in Debre Markos University, College of Health Sciences, Department of Midwifery as a lecturer.
Dr. Isaac John Umaru is a medicinal biochemistry by profession with a strong inclination towards phytochemistry and biological activities. After gaining a Bachelor degree in Biochemistry from University of Maiduguri Borno State Nigeria, he did his Master degree in Biochemistry from University of Benin Nigeria and gained Medicinal Biochemistry training and expertise during his Ph.D. in Universiti Malaysia Sarawak. He is Currently working as a lecturer with Federal University Wukari Nigeria, Department of Biochemistry with particular focus on isolation and characterization of medicinal plants based on drug discovery and development against Pathogen, Diabetic, Cancer and Ulcer. He published research and review articles in the international peer-reviewed journals and serves as reviewer for journals for American Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Medicinal & Analytical Chemistry International Journal (MACIJ) and other publishers.
Research interests mainly focus on drug discovery and development for infectious diseases, pathogen, Diabetes and ulcer.
Dr. Opeyemi O Odejimi is a researcher at the Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust. Her passion to contribute to the improvement of the health and wellbeing of individuals, communities, and the nation made her pursue a postgraduate master’s degree in Public Health after completing her undergraduate degree in dentistry. She also secured a Higher Education Academy (HEAcademy) grant to study for her PhD degree completed in 2018 at the University of Wolverhampton. She has worked as a visiting lecturer and an online tutor at the University of Wolverhampton and Dundee respectively. Opeyemi has won various awards and prizes based on my dedication and hard work. She reviews article for Journals such as, the World Health Organisation (WHO) Journal publication "The bulletin" and the Athens Journal of Education. She has also disseminated her research in journal publications and many conferences.
Public Health, Oral health, Mental Health, Patient and Pubic Involvement.
Psychiatric Liaison team, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust, UK
Dr. Dilsad Akal is currently working for Turkish government in the Ministry of Science and Technology as an auditor and also as Vice President in the inspection board. In the past she used to be work as a labor inspector in the Ministry of Work and Social Security. While working as a labor inspector, her inspection area was health and safety conditions of workers in Turkish industry. Although she has chemical engineer as a bachelor’s degree her specification area is occupational health and safety. Her master’s thesis is about measuring, personal exposure and negative health effects of volatile organic compounds in indoor air. Also her Phd subject is about personal exposurement of electromagnetic field at call centers. She is still student at business management as master’s degree. Her plan is to combine the occupational health background with her current knowledge of business management. She love research and write some articles about her interest area. In the free time, she also love doing sports and trekking.
Health and Safety Conditions; Occupational Health and Safety
Dr. Youness El Hamzaoui received a General Academic Studies Degree (DEUG) en physics, then he received a bachelor degree in industrial engineering science, then he received a master degree in science of industrial engineering from Instituto Tecnologico de Orizaba, Veracruz, Mexico. Then Phd degree (Doctorate) in Engineering and Applied Science from Universidad Autonoma de Morelos en Cuernavaca. Mexico. In 2012, started working as professor researcher in the universidad autonoma de cd de juarez, then in 2015 worked as profesor researcher in instituto tecnologico de tijuana, since 2017, he started working as professor researcher in the Universidad Autonoma del Carmen. He has mainly works on machine learning applied in engineering and applied science. He has published more than 50 papers in well recognized journals. He is also a reviewer for many famous journals in the world, also he has many citations in many journals.
His research interests include: Modeling, Simulation, Optimization, Control, Pattern Recognition, Clasification and regression problem.
Dr. Wei Chen is an Associate Professor at Beijing Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology. He completed her Ph.D from Beijing Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology, China, in 2009. He worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Michigan, School of Medicine, USA. He had extensive experiences in drug discovery and development, including target identification, validation, HTS, hit finding, lead optimization, safety and toxicology, nomination of development candidates. Exceptionally driven scientific research professional with over 15 years of experience in the areas of new drug (diabetes, obesity, dyslipidemia, Non-alcoholic fatty liver and anti-fatigue, etc.) discovery. He has authored over 60 peer-reviewed publications and two book chapters, and he serves as an editor for 5 international journals.
Beijing Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology, China
Dr. Sharifah Farhana Syed-Ab-Rahman is a researcher at the University of Queensland. She has published more than 10 papers during the past 5 years and her recent publications include identification of soil bacterial isolates suppressing different Phytophthora spp. and promoting plant growth (Frontiers in Plant Science, 2018), suppression of Phytophthora capsici infection and promotion of tomato growth by soil bacteria (Rhizosphere, 2019) and development of bio-formulations of Piper sarmentosum extracts against bacterial rice diseases (Current Biotechnology, 2019). She is currently working on identification of bioactive compounds from beneficial bacterial isolates for the control of plant pathogens, their mechanism of actions and how they can be used commercially for plant disease control.
Her research interests include biological control of plant diseases, plant-microbe and plant-pathogen interactions.
Faculty of Science, School of Agriculture and Food Sciences
The University of Queensland, Australia
Dr. Jin Gao is a research associate in College of Pharmacy, Washington State University. He got his Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2009. He used to be an assistant researcher in the Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Analysis, Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica, Chinese Academy of Sciences from 2002 thru 2004, and assistant professor in School of Pharmacy, Shanghai Jiaotong University from 2009 thru 2014. During the period, as a part time worker, He was a quality control manager of Shanghai Kelun Bioengineering Co., Ltd., deputy general manager of Shanghai Wuyang Biomedical Technology Co., Ltd. and general manager assistant of Shanghai Jiaochen Biomedicine and Technology Co., Ltd. He has long been engaged in the research and development of small molecule drugs and bioengineering macromolecular drugs, and has rich experience in research and development of new drugs and successful cases of new drug research and development. In December 2008, he obtained a doctorate in engineering from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Shanghai Jiaotong University. The postdoctoral phase (May 2014 to present) is working on biomaterial drug delivery research in the Washington State University School of Pharmacy. Biomaterials for personalized therapeutic research in drug delivery. He presided over the open project of Shanghai Key Laboratory of Veterinary Biotechnology and two horizontal projects of Amgen (Shanghai) Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. Participated in 2 National Natural Science Foundation projects, as the main accomplisher to participate in the Ministry of Science and Technology's major scientific and technological research project "Human Liver Genome Project" , 1 National 863 Project and a Shanghai Science and Technology Commission Research work of the project . As a first author or correspondent author, he published more than 10 papers in SCI in Biomaterial, J control release, Pharmaceutical research and other journals. His paper has a cumulative impact factor of over 100, and his citation number is over 600, and the H factor is 17 (Google scholar). He is a special reviewer for journals such as Acta Pharmacologica Sinica, Oncotarget, and Neurochemical Research.
Main research areas include small molecule, recombinant protein and monoclonal antibody drug pharmacy, pharmacodynamics and pharmacology.
Dr. Ioannis Manousakas was born in Chania, Greece, in 1966. He received a degree in Electrical Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece in 1989, and a Pg.D. and Ph.D. degrees in Medical Imaging from the University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK in 1991 and 1995, respectively. In 1997, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Electrical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan on renal calculi tracking using ultrasound during ESWL treatment. He joined the Department of Medical Administration in Meiho University, Taiwan, in 2000 as an Assistant Professor. Since 2004, he has been with the Department of Biomedical Engineering of I-Shou University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan as an Associate Professor. He is a member of the IEEE and the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society.
His current research interests include Ultrasonics, Shock waves in Medicine and Design of Medical Instrumentation.
Dr. Jayita Goswami is a Molecular Biologist with expertise in Plants, Human, and Microbes. She was directly involved with Type 2 diabetes research, cancer, and drug discovery along with various small projects. She spent more than a decade in her research field. She is a freelance writer as well.
NIH/NIDDK, ASU, BSU, Darygold, BM College, Advanced Laboratories, USA
Dr. Li-Pin Kao (Betty), a certified project manager, received her Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. Her thesis focused on the mitochondrial role in human embryonic stem cells. She has extensive publications had covered genetic expression profile, cell biology (stem cells, and cancer cells), mitochondrial biology, cancer biology, neuroscience, toxicology, and pharmacology.
Cell Biology; Mitochondrial Biology; Cancer Biology; Neuroscience; Toxicology; Pharmacology
Dr. Tao Lin is a University Postdoctoral Fellow 2018-present, Department of Immunology, School of Medicine, University of Connecticut; Research Associate, Laboratory Manager in Biochemistry 2012-2018, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, South Dakota State University; Research Assistant in Molecular Virology 2008-2012, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Shanghai, China; Research Assistant in Microbiology 2004-2008,
Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, China. Dr. Tao Lin received several awards such as Outstanding Reviewer for Research in Veterinary Science, Excellent Student Award in Graduate School, Nanjing Agricultural University, Excellent Graduate Thesis Award.
Immunology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Molecular Virology, Microbiology.
Dr. Onur Duygu MD graduated from Ege University Medical School in 2006. Since then, he worked at Kent Hospital Cardiology Department as a General Practitioner. Then, he started to work at Kent Hospital Liver Transplantation Department as Organ Transplantation Coordinator and General Practitioner taking care of Liver Transplantation Patients. Starting from 2017, Onur Duygu MD went on his carreer at Kent Hospital Bone Marrow Transplantation and Hematology Department as a GP taking care of Hematological Malignancies. He had been an Overseas Fellow of The Royal Society of Medicine and he held many international memberships including ASCB, ASBMT, AHA, ASBMB and EACR.
Immunology, Transplantation Immunology, GVHD, Bone Marrow Transplantation/Hematology, Cancer Research.
Dr. Halil I Ciftci received his BSc. in Chemistry from Ege University, Turkey in 2006 and M.Sc. in Cancer Pharmacology from Institute of Cancer Therapeutics, University of Bradford, UK in 2008. Then, he worked at biggest Turkish pharmaceutical companies (Neutec, Bilim and Deva) as a R&D senior scientist to manage all technical aspects of the product development processes. After working for 4 years at major pharmaceutical companies, he chose to return his academic career at the School of Pharmacy in Kumamoto University, Japan to develop anti-cancer and anti-HIV drug candidates. He received his Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2016 and immediately after, he began working as a JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship at the same school. During his PosDoc, he had a close collaboration with Non-Periodic Imagining Group at Stanford PULSE Institute for SFX-based drug development. In 2018, he launched a start-up company in Japan named Science Farm Ltd. together with professor Masami Otsuka and in 2019, his company opened new department at School of Pharmacy, Kumamoto University named Medicinal and Biological Chemistry Science Farm Joint Research Laboratory. He is currently working as a Vice President of this company and also leading studies at Joint lab on development of new drugs.
Dr. Giuseppe Bruschetta is a Postdoctoral Associate in the Departments of OB/GYN & Reproductive Sciences, and Comparative Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine. He received his B.S degree in 2011, followed by a M.S degree from Messina University in 2013. His Ph.D in Applied Biology and Experimental Medicine was in collaboration between University of Messina and Yale University (2017). His research focuses on CNS mechanisms relating to the regulation of energy and glucose homeostasis. Dr. Bruschetta is the author or coauthor of more than 28 publications.
Dr. Bruschetta’s areas of research interest and expertise include: Neuroscience, Metabolism, Obesity, Diabetes and Inflammation.
Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences
Yale University School of Medicine, USA
Dr. Miguel Valdivia y Alvarado, MD, MHA is a general medical practitioner with clinical training in general surgery, post-doctoral research training in physiology and diagnostic imaging. He worked as a research associate and instructor in the Houston Methodist Hospital where he participated in translational research projects in solid tumor oncology, medical devices, and pathology. During this time, he developed an expertise in grant preparation and collaborations with physician and scientist from different backgrounds.
Dr. Valdivia currently works as a biomedical writer and editor with a focus on educational medical writing.
His areas of expertise are medical imaging, surgery, and diagnostics.
Consultant Lung Transplant & Minimal Invasive Thoracic Surgery
King Salman Armed Forces Hospital, Saudi Arabia
Presently Dr. Mukesh Verma is working as Research Associate at NJH, Denver, CO-USA. Here his area of work is related to study the mechanism of generation of signaling memory in cells relevant to the pathogenesis of allergy induced asthma. He has also done biochemical and function studies at the molecular and cellular level on animal model as well as asthmatic. He also worked at UC, Denver for 4 month and 24 days, where his main work was related to explore the mechanism of MHC independent activation of T cells and role of HDAC inhibitor in the regulation of MHC and PD1 in B-Lymphoma.
Mechanism of generation of signaling memory in cells relevant to the pathogenesis of allergy induced asthma.
Dr. Santanu De is an Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Physiology in the Department of Biological Sciences at Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL. He received a Ph.D. in Physiology from Kent State University, OH and has pursued Postdoctoral positions at Purdue University, IN and at a collaboration of Yale University with the National University of Singapore. He was also a full-time Visiting Faculty in the Biomedical Sciences at Grand Valley State University, MI. He has published several peer-reviewed papers and presented at multiple meetings.
He has taught many courses and has a diverse range of research interests broadly including but not limited to: reproductive physiology, reproductive medicine, female infertility, cell biology, protein expressions and interactions, STEM education, pedagogy and related areas.
Dr. Hariri completed her Masters degree in Cell & Molecular Biology at the American University in Beirut and moved to the United States to complete her doctoral studies in Molecular Biophysics at Florida State University. She received The Michael Kasha Award for outstanding publication on her doctoral studies. She is currently a postdoctoral scientist at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. She received The Best Scientific Presentation Award from the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, and her publications were highlighted as Cover Stories of scientific journals. Dr. Hariri’s training over the past decade has given her a strong technical experience in a broad range of methodologies such as cryogenic electron microscopy and genetic screening that she employs to study fundamental questions in biology from atomic resolution to intact systems. She is currently studying the spatial organization of fat metabolism within cells at inter-organelle junctions.
Abnormal fat metabolism is linked to many prevalent human diseases including obesity, diabetes, cancer, and inborn errors of metabolism. Dr. Hariri is interested in using an innovative and multi-dimensional approach to gain a comprehensive understanding of the molecular mechanisms that underlie subcellular organization and compartmentalization of metabolic processes. Dr. Hariri is also a passionate advocate for diversity in science. She won numerous honors for her leadership and activities activities as the president of Graduate Women in Science Organization.
Dr. Haitao Yang is a Principle Scientist & Researcher at Shenzhen Research Institutes, Sun Yat-sen University, Shenzhen, China. Dr. Haitao Yang is also a President, Zhuhai Lifecode Medical Laboratory, Zhuhai Lifecode Diagnostics Inc. Ltd. Zhuhai, China. He acquired M.B. in 1984 in the field of Clinic Medicine from Northwestern University for Minorities School of Medicine (China); MS in Molecular Virology in 1991 from Peking University School of Basic Medicine (China); Ph.D. in the year 2000 with the specialization Medical Genetics from Uppsala University (Sweden); Postdoctoral Fellow in 2003 in the area of Neurobiology and Genetics from University of California, Los Angeles California, USA; Postdoctoral Researcher in 2005 in the theme of Cancer Genetics from University of California, San Francisco, California, USA. Dr. Haitao Yang is also a Member of America Association for the Advancement of Science from 2014, Standing committee member, Section of Biomedical technological
applications, Chinese Association for Genetics from 2015, Member of Chinese Association for Birth Defect study from 2016 and Member of Asian Pacific Association for Human Genetics from 2017.
Clinic Medicine, Molecular Virology, Medical Genetics, Neurobiology, Cancer Genetics.
Dr. Giselle Penton-Rol (Italian and Cuban citizen), medical doctor graduated from Havana’s Higher Institute of Medical Sciences in 1989. She began her work at the CIGB initially dedicated to the cloning and expression of recombinant proteins, development of monoclonal antibodies and standardization of immunochemical techniques (1989-1994). In 1994, she received her first degree specialist diploma in Clinical Biochemistry and a fellowship at the Mario Negri Institute in Milan, Italy, with Prof. Alberto Mantovani related to the interleukin 1 system and its relation to the chemokines system. She has numerous publications in high-impact journals that were included in her degree as Specialist in Pharmacology/Ph.D. Pharmacological Sciences (1999/2002). From 2003 to 2015, she has worked on the standardization of immunoenzymatic tests and validation of protocols following the guidelines of FDA and EMA in the Division of Clinical Trials of CIGB reaching, in 2004, the title of Second Degree Specialist in Clinical Biochemistry. In 2001, she started working in the molecular characterization of Multiple Sclerosis and Optic Neuromyelitis and in the development of neuroprotective drugs and therapeutic combinations for MS (2003) and stroke (2006), leading both projects and generating two patents where she is the main author. In 2009, in collaboration with the institute Humanitas, Milan, Italy, began to lead the development of a molecule targeting TIR8, one of the receptors of IL-1 for the treatment of inflammation linked to Cancer. In 2013, she reaches the category of Senior Researcher and in 2014 of Full Professor. She has more than fifty publications in impact journals and has received two awards from the Cuban Academy of Sciences and Ministry of Public Health. She has been invited as speaker or chairperson in national and international congresses. She is Honorary Member of scientific societies of Immunology and Pharmacology. She is currently Head of the Cell Biology Projects of CIGB.
Dr. Giselle Penton-Rol’s areas of research interest are Neuroprotection, Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke, Neuroimmunomodulation, Neurosciences.
TutorASAP High Performance International Study Centre, Spain
Prof. Loutfy H. Madkour, he received his B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. from the Cairo, Minia and Tanta Universities of the AR Egypt, respectively in Physical Chemistry. Prof. Madkour is appointed as the prestigious Editorial Board member of several international journals. He has conducted a series of studies in the field of Chemistry, nanoscience, nanotechnology and nano medicine. His earlier research accomplishments include Biosynthesis of Metallic Nanoparticles (MNPs)s and toxicology studies for Pharmacological applications in medicine and therapy. He has published 150 peer-reviewed original research articles, 15 review articles, and 6 books in the area of Advanced Structured Materials. He is serving in different positions in Egypt, Kuwait, Yemen, and Saudi Arabia.
He is a member for many interested international societies, including American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), European Desalination Society (EDS), Egyptian Chemical Society (ECS), Egyptian Corrosion Bulletin Society and American Chemical Society (ACS).
Chemistry, nanoscience, nanotechnology and nano medicine.
Dr. Dhuha Youssef Wazqar received the Master and PhD degrees from the University of Western Ontario, London Ontario, Canada, in 2011 and 2015, respectively. She received also her oncology nursing and chemotherapy administration diploma from King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research center, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia in 2002. In October 2015, she became an Assistant Professor of oncology nursing and cancer care at the Department of Medical Surgical Nursing, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. She has given several invited/plenary talks at international and national conferences. Dr. Dhuha teaches many courses on medical surgical, evidence-based practice, advanced physical assessment, and research methodology.
Dr. Dhuha Youssef Wazqar’s research interests cover several areas in oncology nursing and palliative care including family caregivers’ issues, effects of chemotherapy on cognitive function, and cancer pain management.
Department of Oncology Nursing and Palliative Care
King AbdulAziz University, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Jie Peng is currently working as a Senior Doctor, Chief of Thoracic Oncology at the Second Affiliated Hospital of GuiZhou Medical University from 2018. From 2015-2018: Clinical fellow in the Department of Radiology, with work and study in the Nanfang Hospital of Nanfang Medical University; From 2012-2015: As a Junior Doctor in the Department of Oncology, with work in the Second Affiliated Hospital of GuiZhou Medical University.
Dr. Imran Rashid Rangraze hails from the beautiful valley of Kashmir, India. He graduated from GMC Srinagar and earned his doctorate from SKIMS, Srinagar. He qualified the internationally approved three-part RCP examination and became a member of Royal College of Physicians UK (MRCP UK). Based on his experience, clinical acumen, research and teaching capabilities, he was awarded prestigious Fellowship of Royal College of Physicians (FRCP London) and direct Fellowship of American College of Physicians (FACP). In addition, he holds a membership of British Geriatric society (BGS) and European Society of Geriatric medicine (EuGSM).
Dr. Imran worked as a Consultant Internal medicine/ Assistant Professor in the King Khalid University/ Aseer Central Hospital which is the renowned multidisciplinary institution and tertiary care referral hospital in the southern Saudi Arabia. He earned a great deal of respect among his peers and students during this tenure.
Presently Dr. Imran holds post of Associate Professor/ Consultant Internal medicine at RAK Medical and Health Science University/ RAK Hospital. He is involved in many research projects and has many national and international research articles under his name.
Dr. Imran’s main research interests are Neurology, Respiratory and Geriatric Medicine.
Dr. Tamer has 17 years of Experience in urology, pediatric urology, and Andrology. Dr. Tamer started his Urology Residency training program at University of Al-Azhar/ Egypt 2001and earned the Master’s degree of Urology in 2004 from the University of Al-Azhar/ Egypt.
In 2007 Dr. Tamer became Assistant Lecturer of Urology at University of Al-Azhar/ Egypt and its university hospitals. In between he worked at a maximum level care Hospitals in Cairo where he gathered experiences in Uro-Oncology, male Infertility, Impotence, urinary incontinence, Uro - Prosthesis and Pediatric Urology in Egypt.
In 2011 Dr. Tamer earned the Medical Doctorate (M.D) degree of Urology from University of Al-Azhar/ Egypt and became Lecturer of Urology at University of Al-Azhar/ Egypt and its university hospitals and so he begins teaching of all urology skills to both under and postgraduates’ medical students and urology doctors. In 2015 Dr. Tamer joined GMC hospital in Ajman as Consultant Urologist and become Associate Professor of urology in gulf medical university. His service includes both adult and pediatric Urology and Andrology patients, and has a wealth of experience in conservative, minor and major surgical treatment of full scope Urology Diseases.
Dr. Tamer have more than 20 international published articles in the filled of urology throughout his work in the field of urology.
Dr. Marco Stizzo is Graduated in Medicine and Surgery at the University " L. Vanvitelli (old Second University of Naples); vote 110/110 cum laude; dissertation: "Sexual dysfunction and quality of life in male with Multiple Sclerosis". Subscripted to the roll of the order of Physicians and Surgeons of the province of Naples. He is a Member of Urology department I policlinico of Naples, UniCampania University L. Vanvitelli. He is also a Clinical Fellow at UZgent Urology department, University Hospital Gent, Belgium.
Uro-Oncology, Endo Urology, Functional Urology, Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery, Stone Disease, BPH, Infertility.
Dr. Ammar MA Mohammed graduated from Omdurman Islamic University, Sudan, with Bachelors of Medical Science in Human Anatomy. After graduation, started career in the field of Human Anatomy as a Tutor of Anatomy in University of Dongola. Dr. Ammar MA Mohammed completed post-graduation (M. Sc. Human Anatomy) from Alzaiem Alazhari University faculty of Medicine, Sudan (year 2010). After which he did PhD in Human and Clinical Anatomy from The National Ribat University, Sudan (year 2017). His teaching Interests are in Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, Radiological Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy.
Dr. Ammar MA Mohammed’s research interest is in Anthropology, Morphology and Morphometry, Developmental Anatomy, Histology, Radiological Anatomy and Fetal age estimation. His recent interests are in experimental studies regarding reproductive system in addition to Clinical Embryology and (ART) assisted reproductive technology. Areas of interest also include Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, Radiological Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy.
Human and Clinical Anatomist and Clinical Embryologist
International University of Africa, Sudan
Dr. Jonathan Soldera is a Professor of Clinical Gastroenterology at Universidade de Caxias do Sul, board-certified specialist in Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Digestive Endoscopy in Brazil, Master's in Medicine: Hepatology and currently working in a Doctorate in Pathology.
Dr. Iman Muhammed Higazy is a postdoctoral academic researcher in the National Research Center, specialized in the field of pharmaceutical nanobiotechnological applications in drug delivery. In year 2017, was awarded from the National Research Center for the best PhD in Pharmaceutical sciences of the year. Participated in more than 10 national and international pharmaceutical projects since 2007, one of which was funded by the WHO and another funded by the EU. Shared knowledge and research experience with undergraduate pharmacy students through training sessions and with junior researchers through mentoring and cooperation through minor research projects. Participated in several national and international conferences through posters and oral presentations, as the FIP in 2005, the Brama workshop in Tunisia organized by EFSA in 2012, and the lately the “4th TYAN thematic workshop and First African symposium on Big Data and its application in Health Sciences” in Nigeria June 2019. Highly concerned with national and international societal reform; internationally through participating as a member of the “International Scientific Committee” of the 1st and 2nd International Conference on Education Reform, Management and Applied Social Science”, China, 2018 and 2019, Annual participation in the International Economic Forum in Egypt since 2016, and taking part as a cultural and political young Egyptian ambassador in Egypt-USA international exchange program “East-West Art of Dialogue”, through a fully funded fellowship awarded by Gabr Foundation, Washington. Nationally; a volunteer human rights activist in Upper Egypt, managing civil projects for educating the underprivileged children in labor through co-founding and strategically managing “Al-Khan” NGO for societal development through culture and creative education. Moreover; offering training workshops for youth about creative and analytical skills elaboration. Multi-lingual; having Arabic as mother tongue, English as first language, French, German and Italian as other spoken and written foreign languages. This opened the gates for starting “science diplomacy” career building, primarily through being part of “Women in Science without Borders” initiative, being accepted as a member in OWSD “Organization of Women in Science in Developing countries” and the American Association of Pharmaceutical Sciences (AAPS), and enrolment in Master degree in Public administration and global health policy, in addition to being awarded a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from Edinburgh Business School in Scotland.
Pharmaceutical nanobiotechnological applications in drug delivery.
Dr. Jian Hao is a Deputy Chief Surgeon, Shenzhen Pingle Orthopedics Hospital. 2014.9-2017.7: Doctor of Medicine, Department of Orthopaedics, Tianjin Medical University. Dissertation: Ferroptosis in Spinal Cord Injury and Its Inhibition; 2005.9-2008.7: Master’s Degree, Department of Orthopaedics Suzhou University School of Medicine; Thesis: Biomechanical study of lumber spine with rigid and dynamic stabilization device using finite element method; 1995.9-1999.7: Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Medicine, Department of Clinical Medicine, Wuhan; University of Science and Technology. Also has several publications in international journals.
Mechanisms of ferroptosis in secondary spinal cord injury; Total hip arthroplasty, Total knee arthroplasty and arthroscopic technique.
Dr. Bing-Huei Chen, food scientist, received his Ph.D. degree in Food Science & Technology, Texas A & M University, USA in 1988. His postgraduate career includes working at Fu Jen University, Taipei, Taiwan as Associate Professor from 1988–1994, Professor from 1994–2000, Distinguished Chair Professor from 2004–present, Chair of Department of Nutrition and Food Science from 1994-2000, Director of Graduate Institute of Medicine from 2006–2009, and Dean of College of Human Ecology from 2012–2015. He specializes in Lipid Chemistry, Pigment Chemistry, Instrumental Analysis, Food Toxicology, Functional Food Development and Biological Activity Determination as well as Nanotechnology. Until now he has published 182 research articles in internationally renowned journals and authored 11 book chapters in edited books published by International Publishers. He has received numerous awards including the prestigious outstanding research award by Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan. He was honored with Distinguished Professor by Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China in 2015. Most importantly, Prof.Chen has developed a nano-product “Lycopene Chylomicron”, which has completed a phase III clinical trial in both Taiwan and USA in 2017 and demonstrated to be effective in the treatment of patients with prostatauxe syndrome. He also serves as Editor-in-Chief of 2 journals “Recent Patents on Food, Nutrition and Agriculture” and “International Journal of Current Toxins Research” and Associate Editor of 2 journals “Journal of Food & Drug Analysis” and “Asian Science Bulletin”. In addition, he serves on the editorial board of 96 journals.
Dr. Kyoung-Ho Pyo has been involved with immune-oncology and infectious disease for over 10 years. He first served in 2015 as a research assistant professor in Yonsei University, where is one of top research focusing academy in Korea. His up-to-date technology were connected to the local and global10 patents. He has been published over 30 papers in SCI/SCIE journal. He won 9 awards about excellent research, poster, and presentation at national and international conferences. Preclinical model development of immune-oncology drugs is one of best skill of Dr Pyo. Transgenic mouse model, humanized mouse model (human immune system engrafted) related articles were published at JTO and Lung Cancer journals. He has insight of immune responses in animal models to understanding immune related drugs. Recently he is focused on the development of immune-oncology drugs with local and global pharmaceutical companies such as Novartis, MSD, Lilly and J&J. He was selected as Korea's leading innovation leader in 2020 by a local media, ‘NEWMAKER’.
Dr. Valerio Di Nicola M.D, PhD, FRCS, was born in Rome (Italy) and graduated in Medicine in 1989. From 1989 until 1999 he worked at the Sapienza University-Policlinico Umberto I-Rome first as Specialty Trainee (ST) during his General Surgery Specialization and then, during his PhD in Microsurgery, he worked as Researcher and Academic. Specifically, he was engaged to research on Connective Tissue Regeneration activating residential MSCs through jellified
nucleotides Pdrn, HSPs (Heat Shock Proteins) and Growth Factors (GFs).
In the next years, he improved his skills in Laparoscopic and Minimally Invasive surgical procedures (Fellowship of ACOI- Italian Surgeons Association-). Afterwards, he increased his knowledge in Colorectal surgery with a Fellowship in “Minimally Invasive and Open Surgery in Colorectal Cancer”. Later he achieved a Master in Coloproctology at the Sapienza University- Policlinico Umberto I-Rome.
From 2006 to January 2010 he was Leader Consultant of the General Surgery Department at San Marco Hospital in Latina, Italy. From February 2010 he was Consultant in General and Colorectal Surgery at the Israelite Hospital of Rome. From November 2010 to June 2013 he worked as Consultant in General, Emergency and Trauma Surgery at the Aurelia Hospital- Rome (DEA I). On May 2013, he was appointed Scientific Director of the Interbion
Foundation for Basic Biomedical Research. Montedato, CH-6595 Riazzino, Switzerland (www.interbion.ch). From July 2013 to October 2017 he worked at Noble’s Hospital- Isle of Man (UK), in the General Surgery Department, as Consultant in General and Colorectal Surgery. A core member of the Colorectal and Upper-GI MDTs. Since June 2015 he was the leader of the Surgical Educational programme, managing the Surgical Teaching meetings and the Mortality & Morbidity meetings.
On December 2015 he was appointed at Noble’s Hospital, Leader of the Paediatric Surgery. On July 2017 he was appointed Consultant in General, Emergency and Lower GI Surgery at West Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Worthing Hospital; BN112DH (UK).
On the February 2018 he has got the clinical Leadership of the Day Surgery at West Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; Southlands Hospital; BN43 6TQ (UK). On December 2018 he was recognised privileges to work privately at BMI Goring Hall Hospital, Worthing BN12 5AT (UK).
Dr. Valerio Di Nicola's clinical research interest is in Regenerative Surgery, Tissue regeneration, Tissue engineering, Minimally invasive surgical procedures.
Department of General, Emergency and Lower GI Surgery
West Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Dr. Marwa El-Zeftawy has done her Ph.D. of Biochemistry (2015), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt; M. V. Sc. of Biochemistry and Clinical Biochemistry (2010), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt; B.Sc of Veterinary Medical Science (2005), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt.
Affiliations: Lecturer of Biochemistry, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, New Valley University, New Valley, Egypt (1-September 2018 till Now); Lecturer of Biochemistry, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Assiut University, New Valley branch, New Valley, Egypt (1-September 2016 till 1-September 2018); Ph.D. Student, Biochemistry Department, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt (13-February, 2011 till 27-October, 2015).
Dr. Marwa El-Zeftawy is a Scholarship Student, Comparative Pathobiology Department, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA (20-April, 2015 till 10-July, 2015); M. V. Sc. Student, Biochemistry Department, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt (8-October, 2006 till 25-September, 2009); Veterinarian, Directorate of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria, Egypt (13-October, 2009, till 31-August, 2016); Medical representative, Alexandria, Egypt (1-July, 2005, till 10-October, 2009).
Dr. Marwa El-Zeftawy is also experienced as an Advisor of the Social Committee and Trips (October 2019, till now); Peer reviewer of Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology Journal (October 2019); Peer reviewer of The Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Research (June 2019); Participate in the student activities of faculty of Veterinary Medicine, New Valley University, (2018/2019); Member in The Egyptian Association For Cancer Research, (2015, till 2018); Member of organization team of faculty of Veterinary Medicine graduation day, Assiut University, New Valley branch (2016/2017); Member of organization team, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Assiut University, New Valley branch, in supervising the Scientific Journey of 5th Year Students to Alexandria (2016/2017); Monitor in the Intel Bibliotheca Alexandria Science and Engineering Fair, (16-18 March, 2014); Member in Prevention Department, General Directorate of Prevention, Directorate of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria, (7-February, 2016, till 31- August, 2016); Member in Poultry Lab, Poultry Diseases Department, Directorate of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria, (10-August, 2015, till 7-February, 2016); Member in Leather and Animal Waste Department, Directorate of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria, (11-July, 2010, till 9-August, 2015); Member of organization team of Auditing on Casing Establishments, Veterinary Medicine Directorate, Alexandria governorate (11-July, 2010, till 9-August, 2015); Member of Examiner's Comittee in the Intel Bibliotheca Alexandria Science and Engineering Fair, (From 2014 till 2015).
Dr. Marwa El-Zeftawy’s area of interest is biochemistry, molecular biology, drug design and metabolic disorders as diabetes mellitus and neurodegenerative diseases.
Dr. Ahmed Almohandis is a researcher and scientist, with a demonstrated history in the higher education, skilled in chemistry of minerals and rocks. He is specialized in Mineralogy and Medical geology, Graduated from King Saud University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, M.Sc. and Ph.D. from The University of Manchester, UK. He was a visiting Scientist in the Smithsonian Institution, Department of Mineral Sciences, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. He contributed to the understanding of boron and its concentration in soil and rocks.
Mineralogy, Medical Geology and Groundwater quality.
Dr. Mário Campos Junior is having a degree in Biological Sciences and a Master's Degree in Biology (Nuclear Biosciences) from the State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He studied the gene MECP2 and its relationship with Intellectual Disability and received PhD from the same University with a period at the University of Leeds (UK). Dr. Mário Campos Junior is currently a researcher at the Laboratory of Human Genetics at the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (FIOCRUZ) in Brazil with experience in mutation screening, molecular diagnosis, copy number variation screening and evaluation of the clinical impact of mutations. Their research focus on complex human diseases that can also be caused by single mutations and behave in a monogenic pattern.
Monogenic Diabetes and all the genes that may cause the disease; Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and its possible genetic causes and Monogenic Obesity.
Dr. Karim Montasser is a Lecturer of Clinical & Chemical Pathology at Faculty of Medicine, Helwan University and has completed MD degree. Deputy director of Badr hospital-Helwan university hospitals; Head of Infection control unit and committee at Helwan university hospital; Board member of Helwan university hospitals committee; Instructor of TQM Diploma, Open Education, Ain Shams University.
Prof. Francesco Leonetti was born on December 20th 1969 and graduated summa cum laude in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technologies in April 1995. In 1999 he received his Ph.D degree. In 1999 he won a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Department of Chemistry of the University of Berkeley, where he joined Prof. Jonathan Ellman’s group. In 2001 he became researcher at the faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Bari, where he re-joined the Prof. Angelo Carotti’s group. Since 2005 Prof. Francesco Leonetti is appointed professor of “Drug analysis II” (now “Pharmaceutical and Toxicological Analysis II”) at the faculty of Pharmacy and from 2009 is also appointed professor of “Preparation and Analysis of Bioactive Molecules” at the faculty of Biotechnological Sciences of the University of Bari. In 2017 be became associate professor at the department of “Farmacia-Scienze del Farmaco” of the University of Bari and in 2018 he became director of the same department. Currently prof. Leonetti is appointed professor of Medicinal Chemistry. He has been (co)author of 62 publications on peer reviewed journals and he attended, often as invited speaker, numerous national and international conferences. He participated to several national and international funded research projects. (h index = 26).
Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technologies.
Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Abu-Dief Mohammed, Associate professor of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry at Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Taibah University, El- Madinah, Saudi Arabia and Post doctor, Faculty of Chemistry, Oviedo University, Spain, 2015. He published more than 70 articles in international journals, 8 books and participates in more than 100 workshops and international conferences with h-index 26. Moreover, Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Abu-Dief works as a reviewer in 125 international journals and member of editorial board in 43 journals.
Material Science, Bio-Inorganic Chemistry, Catalysis.
Dr. Águeda M. Tejera obtained her PhD in the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her PhD research focused on antitumoral strategies development, such as telomerase inhibition. Related to this topic, she carried out a short-term internship at the National Cancer Institute (National Institutes of Health), USA. Then, she joined the laboratory of the prestigious researcher María Blasco in 2003, at the Spanish National Cancer research Center (CNIO). Her research projects focus on the generation and analysis of novel mouse models aimed at a better understanding of telomere function in vivo, and their relationship with cancer and aging, as well as new gene therapy strategies. Since September 2016 she is Associate Professor at the University Francisco de Vitoria. Moreover, she is starting her own lab and she is the Scientific Area Representative at the “Instituto de Investigaciones Biosanitarias-UFV”, and also the Academic Secretary of the “International Doctoral School-UFV”. Furthermore, she holds a Master degree in Medical Science Liaison. She has published 26 peer reviewed articles, including 17 Q1 papers, and many of them in high impact factor journals. Her current H-index is 22.
Dr. Abdul Hamid M. Ragab earned his Highest Degree: Doctorate- University of Essex, UK
Academic Title Professor, Major field: Computer Science. Specialization: E-Systems & E-Health Systems. Scientific Profile: Academic Staff Member in Several Universities for 40 Years; Consultants in the E-Systems field for 25 years, until know; Chairman of Computer Science and Engineering Several years; Scientific Referee for scientific Journals and Conferences in computing and applications; Main Supervisor for hundreds of Ph.D., MSc, and Diploma Thesis & Degrees; Rewarded several medallions and Certificates for his innovated published work. He also has several Highly Sited Articles in ISI Journals.
Research highlights Related E-Health: Data Mining and Big Data analytics in e-Health applications; E-Systems applications, design, and implementation of information systems, expert systems; Networking multilevel security, data, and system security and e-Health; Applications of virtual reality and multimedia in E-Learning, and e-Health; Adaptive E-Learning systems and applications and e-Health; Developing e-government systems in the Arabic Organizations, such as University; Admission, E-Commerce, software for DSS development and Smar Hospitals in Smart Cities; A Medical Multimedia Expert System for Heart Diseases Diagnoses and Training; Artificial Intelligent Applications in Knowledge based systems for Infection Control Disease.
Department of Information Systems, Faculty of Computing and Information Technology
King Abdul Aziz University, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Prof. Alexandra Kalogeraki did Graduation in Athens in 1982, Doctorate in 1989, Medical license in 1983. Work experience: In Medical School of Athens and Heraklion, Crete, In University Hospital of Heraklion, Cytopathology Department, Specialisation in Cytopathology, Molecular Cytology. Political involvement in medical fields: (as Chairwomen or on the Board), Greek Medical Women’s Association, Vice-President of MWIA in Southern Europe.
Professor Nicholas Forsyth, a graduate of Glasgow University at BSc (Hons) and PhD level, joined Keele as a Lecturer in Stem Cell Biology in 2006. This followed on from postdoctoral appointments at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Centre at Dallas, Texas, USA and the Roslin Institute, Edinburgh. Since his appointment he has progressively risen from Senior Lecturer (2009) to Reader (2012) and to Professor (2016). His research is focussed on improved understanding of stem cell biology and mechanisms of action in regenerative medicine applications and is based at the Guy Hilton Research Centre. From a research leadership position Nick previously sat as the Director of the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences multidisciplinary and internationally leading Research Institute of Science and Technology in Medicine. Nick was appointed as Faculty Research Dean in 2019.
Dr. Soner Cander is an Associate professor, Specialist on Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism, Teaching staff of Endocrinology and Metabolism at Department of Uludag University Medical School, Nilufer/Bursa Turkey.
University: Istanbul University, Istanbul Faculty of Medicine, Istanbul, 1988-94; Residency in Internal Medicine: Istanbul University, Istanbul Faculty of Medicine, Istanbul, 1995-2001; Fellowship in Endocrinology: Uludag University Medical School, Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Bursa, 2008-2011.
He worked as a Medical Practitioner, Amasya, Turkey, 1994-1995; Resident in Istanbul University, Istanbul Faculty of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, Istanbul, Turkey, 1995-2001; Fellowship in Endocrinology; Uludag University Medical School, Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Bursa, Turkey, 2008-2011; Clinical Physician, Bursa Yüksek Ihtisas Training and Research Hospital, Bursa, Turkey, 2011-15; Associate professor, clinical and educational chief in the department of endocrinology and metabolism, Bursa Yuksek Ihtisas Training and Research Hospital, Bursa, Turkey, 2015-16; Faculty Member, Uludag University Medical School 2016-currently
He holds several scientific memberships: The Society of Turkish Endocrinology and Metabolism, The European Society of Endocrinology, The Emergency Medicine Physicians Association of Turkey, The Turkish Medical Association, Bursa Association of Health Research & Strategy, The Europian Research Journal (Managing Editor).
Dr. Sha Sha is an epidemiologist and biostatistician with clinical background. She adapts well at pattern recognition in various healthcare settings to quantify potential disparities among vulnerable populations, and identify optimal healthcare pathways and strategies for people with complex need.
Dr. Sha Sha’s researches focus on colorectal cancer, machine learning, mental health and psychosocial interventions.
Dr. Lina Salah Eldin Abbas Eltaib is a Dedicated, resourceful, and innovative educator and researcher, offering many years of well-honed teaching and research experience across the domain of pharmaceutics, quality assurance systems, and drug delivery and dosage form designing. Motivated and talented professional driven to inspire students to pursue academic and personal excellence. Strives to create a challenging and engaging learning environment in which students become life-long scholars and learners. Committed to cultivating student leadership. Possesses language proficiency in Arabic and English.
Meticulous and exceptionally well-versed education and research professional. Seeking to apply collective professional experience, principally in the field of pharmaceutics, quality assurance systems, and drug delivery and dosage form designing, to most effectively meet education and research objectives.
Prof/ Ph.D. Boshra A. Arnout a Professor of Counseling and psychotherapy, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Education, King Khalid University, and Psychology Department, Faculty of Arts, Zagazig University. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, a member of the American Psychological Counseling Association, a member of the Advisory Board of many counseling centers, and a member of many international journals. She has published several books in psychology such as Counseling and Psychotherapy Programs, Spiritual Intelligence and Homeostasis, the secret of extremism, applied of positive psychology in counseling psychology and psychotherapy, encyclopedia of counseling and psychotherapy, a global- vocational counseling and psychotherapy, psychological measurement, stress of life, children's mental disorders, readings in modern psychology, spiritual intelligence and psychological counseling etc. She also published more than 50 psychological scales, as well as she has published about 55 scientific paper studies in different fields of psychology. She also supervised and discussed a number of thesis for the master's and doctoral degrees. She has more than 23 years' experience in studying in universities, such as Zagazig University in Egypt, Umm Al Qura University and King Khalid University in Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Abdulrahman Alamri has received his B.S. in Pharmaceutical science from King Saud University, Saudi Arabia in 2001. Then, he completed specialty in Clinical Pharmacy Practice (SSC-PhP) in 2009. He completed his Pharm D. degree from University of Tennessee Health Science Center, USA in 2015 and Pharmacy Practice residency from CHI-Baylor-Saint Luke’s Medical Center, USA in 2016. Dr. Alamri employed as a clinical pharmacist specialist and pharmacy anticoagulation clinic In-charge in Surgery has joined College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacy Practice at King Saud Ebn Abdulaziz for Health Science University. Dr. AlAmri is a member of Saudi Society for Pharmacy and Saudi Society of Clinical Pharmacy.
Dr. Abdulrahman Alamri’s researches are focused on Anticoagulation, Nutrition, Antibiotics.
Southwest Hospital, Third Military Medical University, China
Professor Tejraj M. Aminabhavi, presently Research Director and Professor Emeritus, College of Pharmacy, Dharwad, India received Ph.D. degree from the University of Texas, Austin in 1979. After post-doctoral fellowship at Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York (1980-81), he was a Visiting Professor at Texas State University, San Marcos, and Adjunct Professor at Lamar University, Texas, Professor of Chemistry and Director of Center of Excellence in Polymer Science at Karnatak University, Dharwad, India. He was also scientific advisor to Reliance Life Sciences, Navi Mumbai. Dr. Aminabhavi is the author or co-author of over 850 refereed journal publications (received over 38,000 citations, H-factor of 93), 10 book chapters, three US patents, 60 review articles, 300 presentations and a text book. He is the co-editor of Chemical Engineering Journal (Elsevier, IF=10.6) and advisory board member of various journals. Dr. Aminabhavi is the recipient of several national and international awards.
Dr. Sherin M. Elfeky currently works as a Lecturer of Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry at the Department of Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry- Faculty of Pharmacy-Mansoura University, Egypt. She has been a faculty member since 2004.
Dr. Sherin M. Elfeky completed her Ph.D. at King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia. Dr. Sherin M. Elfeky also has a number of publications.
Dr. Sherin M. Elfeky’s research interests lie in the area of Organic, Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Design in general. Classical and green synthetic approaches of heterocyclic ring systems of biological significance as well as molecular modeling approaches in particular.
Dr. Efe Dogukan Dincel received his bachelor and master degrees from Faculty of Pharmacy, Marmara University and then took his PhD education from Istanbul University, Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry. He is currently working in Istanbul University, Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry as an academician and conducting multiple projects about design and development of novel antiviral and anticancer agents. He is the author or coauthor of multiple international publications.
He is interested in molecular design, synthesis, structural elucidation and in silico analysis of novel anticancer and antiviral compounds.
Dr. Enas Mahrous Abdelaziz is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatric mental health nursing, having experiences in academic field in faculty of nursing, Cairo University - Egypt and Jouf University - Saudi Arabia. Also, Dr. Enas Mahrous Abdelaziz is having an experience as a researcher in publishing papers in many journals. Dr. Enas Mahrous Abdelaziz has good experiences in teaching students of different levels (baccalaureate degree – post graduate).
Psychiatric disorders along all life span (child - adolescent - adult - women - old age) liaison psychiatry, addiction, counseling, developing different educational programs - work related stressors; Psychology : Education, motivation, teaching, and management.
Department of Molecular and Integrative Physiology
University of Michigan, USA
Dr. Theodore Lemuel Mathuram is a Research Associate at the Rumbaugh-Goodwin Institute for Cancer Research in Nova Southeastern University, USA. Dr. Mathuram obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Zoology from Bharathidasan University, India, and a Master’s degree in Biotechnology from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia. He obtained a Diploma in Bioanalytical Techniques from Bishop Heber College, India, and Post Graduate Diploma in Stem Cell Technology and Tissue Engineering from the University of Madras, India. He received his Ph.D. in Life Sciences (Biotechnology) from the University of Madras, India for his work on the effect of GSK-3 inhibitors on Neuroblastoma and Ovarian Cancer.
Dr. Mathuram has a broad background in the areas of oxidative stress and toxicology.
Dr. Mathuram has lectured undergraduate courses and mentored undergraduate students. He has received honors and awards including the prestigious ‘Junior Research Fellow’ (2017) from Department of Biotechnology, India.
Dr. Theodore Lemuel Mathuram’s research interests include: a) elucidating biochemical and molecular mechanisms of apoptosis in GSK-3 driven cancers, b) understanding the role of oxidative stress in cancer progression, c) repurposing ‘orphan drugs’ for prevention/inhibition of GSK-3 driven cancers, and d) the therapeutic use of GSK-3 inhibitors in the prevention of KRAS-driven cancer progression.
Dr. Gourango Talukdar is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Biochemistry, Primeasia University, Bangladesh. He is now on education leave, thereby working as a Postdoctoral Associate in the Dept. of Neuroscience and Institute for Translational Neuroscience, University of Minnesota, US. He had been graduated with a Doctorate degree under the graduate school of Innovative and Emotional Neuroscience, University of Toyama, Japan. His research area was on learning and memory formation in syntenin-1 Knockout mice where he tried to know the involvement of syntenin-1, a PDZ domain containing intracellular protein, in higher brain function. Consistent with this, he has been working with a chronic inflammatory and neurodegenerative disease, named multiple sclerosis (MS), a myelin disorder and its animal model, experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE).
Dr. Gourango Talukdar's areas of his research interest are learning, memory formation, and neurodegeneration.
Dr. Sarwar Hashmi, Ph. D. (University of Maryland, College Park, MD)-1994 currently works in the Developmental Biology Lab, Rutgers Center for Vector Biology, Rutgers University, USA. There are three complementary research activities in his lab that address the overall goal of identifying genetic effects on metabolic traits related to the obesity risk:
1: The Role for KLFs in FA synthesis and β-oxidation: Fat storage is coordinately regulated through signaling networks that integrate biochemical pathways of fat deposition, mobilization and utilization. Excessive storage of fat in the form of triglycerides in adipocytes results in obesity is a growing global health problem leading to increased prevalence of diabetes and cardiovascular disease in the human population. They are particularly interested in the role that Kruppel-like family of transcription factors, KLFs play in the regulation of lipid metabolic enzymes to fat deposition, mobilization and utilization. Recent studies from laboratory have shown that a member of this family, klf-3 is one of the important regulators of two key processes in lipid metabolism; fatty acid ?-oxidation and lipoprotein assembly and transport. Their efforts include investigation of how klf interacts with lipid metabolism regulatory machinery, characterization of specific pathway targets, and genetic manipulation of these targets to better understand the pathology of excess fat accumulation in human. They take advantage of the availability of Caenorhabditis elegans models, its genomic databases, and the availability of mutants associated with fat metabolism in order to understand the complexity of fat metabolism. Many metabolic genes are potential targets under the control of KLF.
2: The role for KLFs in lipoprotein assembly and secretion: Dietary lipids are absorbed from the small intestines and transported to various organs and tissues to maintain lipid/cholesterol homeostasis. For transportation, the assembly of triglyceride-rich lipoproteins requires the formation of a complex between apolipoprotein B (apoB), a structural protein, and microsomal triglyceride transfer protein (MTP), an endoplasmic resident chaperone. MTP and apoB interact during lipoprotein assembly to facilitate lipoprotein production and therefore genetic loss of either apoB or MTP results in the inability of both the liver and intestine to secrete very low density lipoprotein (VLDL). They are interested in the mechanisms underlying lipoprotein assembly and transport, to better understand the regulatory role of klf in these processes, and identify novel targets for new therapies.
Project 3: Lipid metabolism dysfunction associated tumor formation: The dysfunctional lipid metabolism that results in excess fat accumulation is a growing cause of cancer development. However, the changes occurred by builds up of fat that may lead to tumor development remain poorly understood. Excess fat deposits in adipose tissue and/or the defects in their ability to metabolize fatty acids, results in insulin resistance. Recently, insulin resistance, and increased production of insulin-like growth factors have been reported to upsurge the risk of cancer. They have demonstrated that suppression of Ce-klf-1 activity results in fat accumulation and increased cell death. The role of KLF-1 in fat metabolism and its function as a tumor suppressor provides a conceptual framework associating fat accumulation with tumor growth. Our hypothesis is that KLF-1 acts as a major regulator of events in intestine, with alterations in KLF-1 activity leading, through as yet unspecified mechanisms, to fat accumulation and increased apoptosis.
Developmental Biology, Genetic effects on metabolic traits related to the obesity risk.
Dr. Jestoni D. Maniago obtained his Doctor in Nursing Science degree at St. Paul University- Philippines and Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Administration major in Educational Administration and Leadership through VAE France. He is a member of the prestigious International Association for Human Caring, Watson Caring Science Institute, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society Pi Iota Chapter of Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a fellow of the esteemed International Society for Quality in Healthcare and Royal Institution Singapore. His research outputs on nursing, and higher education has been presented in various international research conferences and fora and received several research distinctions. At present, he is an assistant professor of nursing and serves as the chair of the laboratory and equipment committee at Majmaah University, a premier governorate university in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He serves as an editorial board member for eleven international journals and member of the expert clinical advisory panel of NANDA International Inc., USA.
Caring science; Micro-organizational behavior; Nursing education; Leadership and management.
Dr. Mohsen Basiri is an Assistant Professor of Genetics at Royan Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Technology. He received his PhD in 2015 from Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran. Dr. Basiri was a Postdoctoral Researcher at Royan Institute from 2015 to 2017 working on genome editing and genetic manipulation of stem cells. He then moved to Houston, Texas, to continue his studies on genetically engineered T cells and cancer immunotherapy at the Center for Cell and Gene Therapy, Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Basiri is the leader of immune gene therapy research group at Royan Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Technology and the manager of medical gene therapy product development program at the ATMP center of the Royan Institute.
Cancer Immunotherapy, Genetically Engineered T Cells, Genome Editing, Gene Therapy.
Prof. Dr. Abe received his MD from Osaka University School of Medicine in 1986. Then in 1990, he was certified as a neurological specialist by the Japanese Board of Neurology and as a rehabilitation specialist by the Japanese Board of Rehabilitation. In 1994, he completed a PhD in neuroimaging at Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine. He then served as an Assistant Professor of Neurology, at Osaka University. In 2004, he was promoted to Associate Professor Department of Neurology at Osaka University. He has served as Hospital Vice-Director Department of Rehabilitation and Department of Stroke unit in Osaka University since 2004. In 2014, he was promoted to Professor, Hyogo College of Medicine. He is a Delegate Member of the Japan Neurological Society, of the Japan Rehabilitation Society, of the Japan Society of Clinical Electrophysiology, of the Japan Society of Neuropsychology, of the Japan Society of Higher Brain Function, of the Japan Society of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is also an Outstanding Member of the Movement Disorders Society, member of the Japan Society of Neuroradiology, of the American Academy of Neurology, of the American Society for Neuroscience, of European Neurological Society. He has also been Visiting Professor, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine since 2007. He has also been Consultant, Head Office, Medical Corporation Kyowakai since 2018.
Prof. Dr. Abe’s interests include: neurology such as clinical neurology; movement disorders; dementia; impaired executive brain function including speech and cognitive dysfunction; rehabilitation; clinical Electrophysiology, functional neuro-imaging including MRI, PET, MEG and SPECT.
Dr. Yongqiang Chen received his Ph.D. from the Department of Microbiology at the University of Manitoba. He undertook his postdoctoral training in cancer biology and molecular biology at Cancer Care Manitoba and the University of Michigan. He has contributed to the pioneer studies in the roles of oxidative stress in autophagy, and the pro-cell survival and pro-cell death roles autophagy plays in cancer cells. He has published his research work in journals such as Autophagy, Cell Death and Differentiation, Cancer biology, Journal of Cell Science, and Journal of Biological Chemistry, with outstanding citations. He is a member of the editorial boards of several other journals and a reviewer for many journals.
Dr. Yongqiang Chen’s research interests include cancer biology, cancer drug resistance, signal transduction pathways, cell death pathways (apoptosis, autophagy, ferroptosis, necrosis, etc.), microbiology.
The Research Institute in Oncology and Hematology (RIOH) CancerCare Manitoba,
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Dr. Meifeng He, as a Chinese surgeon of General Surgery (of Gastrointestinal Neoplasms Surgery Department), is dedicating to the research, diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal neoplasms/diseases (Primary area).
Dr. Meifeng He have obtained a Master's Degree of General Surgery from Chengde Medical University in June 2019. Prior to this, his research work involved project design, literature screening, quality evaluation, statistical analysis, and manuscript writing for systematic review, meta-analysis and other original articles in his field. Moreover, he diligently worked as a general surgeon, dedicating to the diagnosis and therapies of gastrointestinal neoplasms/diseases, since his identity of a resident in Baoding NO.1 Central Hospital, from June 2016 to June 2019.
From July 2019 to the present, Dr. Meifeng He devoted himself to work as an attending surgeon of Gastrointestinal Neoplasms Surgery Department in Baoding NO.1 Hospital. Moreover, he continues to devote himself to the diagnosis, treatment and research work of gastrointestinal tumors/diseases, with several published articles in the journal JSO developed in United States.
Dr. Hong Yong received his PhD in Medicine, majoring in immuno-pharmacology from National University of Singapore in 2017. He is currently co-appointed as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital (USA), and a Senior Tutor in the Department of Pharmacology at Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (Singapore). His research interests are developing pre-clinical animal models, and the use of vitamin E tocotrienols and specialized pro-resolving mediators as potential therapies in asthma, COPD and acute lung injury.
Dr. Hong Yong’s current research include allergen and inflammatory mediators induced lung and skin injury, the mechanisms of resolution biology, and the efficacy of specialized pro-resolving mediators in promoting resolution in various tissue injury.
Dr. Xiaolong Li is a Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in the Department of Medical Oncology. He completed his Ph.D. 2011-2016 at University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China; Peking University, Hefei, China and Harvard Medical School/Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, USA. He acquired a Bachelor’s Degree 2007-2011 from Anhui University, Hefei, China. Dr. Xiaolong Li’s Honors/Awards include Ragon Fellowship (Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard) 2019; Ragon Fellowship (Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard) 2017; National Scholarship for Doctoral Student (Chinese Ministry of Education) 2014; Full Scholarship (University of Science and Technology of China) 2011-2016; Outstanding Graduates Awards (Anhui University) 2011; National University Student Innovation Program Funding (Team leader) 2009-2011; The First Prize Scholarship of Anke Biotechnology (Anhui Anke Biotechnology (Company)) 2008.
Structural biology, Protein science, Biochemistry, HIV-1, T cell immunity, Antibody.
Dr. Olamide Olajusi Crown is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Biochemistry, Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA), Nigeria. She holds a B. Tech in Biochemistry, an M. Tech and a Ph. D in Applied Biochemistry, all from the same Institution (FUTA).
She is currently a research associate at Department of Chemistry, Physics and Atmospheric Science, Jackson State University, Mississippi, USA (JSUMS) and formerly AAUW postdoctoral research fellow at the same institution. She is currently working on the cancer therapeutics against liver cancer. She has a lot of experience phytomedicine generally and toxicological and pharmacological potentials of plants and their derived natural products against metabolic dysregulation targets in the management of cardiovascular diseases. She has over 20 publications in learned journals and has won both national and international research grants.
Dr. Peter C. Ambe is Professor of Surgery and senior lecturer at the Witten/ Herdecke University in Germany. He is specialized in colorectal, minimally invasive and oncologic surgery. Dr. Peter is an active member of various national and international medical and surgical organisations.
Dr. Peter C. Ambe’s areas of research include Oncology, Coloproctology, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and Hereditary Colorectal Cancer.
Dr. Ricardo Gaminha Pacheco, MD, CMD, MBA holds a Master degree in Medicine from Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, a Professional Certification in Medicines Development from King’s College London & IFAPP – International Federation of Associations of Pharmaceutical Physicians & Pharmaceutical Medicine. More recently he attained a Professional Certificate of Entrepreneurship by MIT Sloan School of Management, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA and an MBA from The Lisbon MBA Executive - Católica|Nova in collaboration with MIT Sloan, Lisbon, Portugal | Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. He is an entrepreneurial Medical Doctor with a specialization in Pharmaceutical Medicine having practiced at the Portuguese National Health System & Private Healthcare Institutions at José de Mello Saúde and a Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Executive Director with increasing responsibilities & leadership roles, previously at Vemedia, UCB, Schulke & Mayr | AirLiquide Healthcare, BSG Pharmaceuticals, Novartis, AstraZeneca and currently at Roche | Genentech. He is also an invited lecturer at the i3u Medicines and Pharmaceutical Innovation PhD Program at the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Lisbon and a Life-Sciences Advisor | Healthcare Pharma & Biotech Consultant for multiple networks. He is part of a selected community of executives at McKinsey Executive Online Panel, Global Thinkers 360º, Fight Cancer Global Leadership Panel & World Future Society Visionary Member, BGI|Building Global Innovators Start-up Mentor, Pharma Top Talent Ambassador & has been recently nominated for the Global Health|Pharma Life Sciences Award 2020.
Dr. Saha is a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Gynecology & Obstetrics, School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University. He completed his PhD from Konkuk University, South Korea. His current area of interest is Tumor Molecular Biology. He has published more than 35 research articles.
Molecular Oncology, Cancer Stem Cell, Bioinformatics, Tumor Biology.
Dr. Li graduated with BS in Biochemistry from Central China Normal University in China and MS in Biology in Nanjing University, and PhD. in Biochemistry in Old Dominion University. He had worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston for over 6 years, and currently working as Research Instructor at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. He has published over 7 first-author papers and over 20 co-author papers.
Dr. Li’s research interests include the structural and function of membrane proteins, particularly microbial rhodopsins, which have been used as important optogenetic tools. He has determined the crystal structure of an anion channel rhodopsin and proficient in protein biochemistry and biophysics.
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, USA
Dr. Rakkiyappan Chandran is a skilled polymer and formulation chemist with 7+ years of experience and specialized training from Harvard-MIT research laboratories in polymeric biomaterials science and encapsulation formulation. He is currently working as a Senior Research and Development Scientist focusing on next generation smart and sustainable textile innovations at Supreme Corporation, USA.
He completed his doctoral degree from the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN) at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro.
He has authored 25+ publications in peer-reviewed journals with 1000+ citations in the areas of nanobiopolymers, photomedicine, material properties characterization of polymers and nanoparticle synthesis.
Dr. Rakkiyappan Chandran’s research areas include Nanobiopolymers, Next generation smart and sustainable textile innovations, Additive manufacturing, Master batch compounding for various technical yarn, Photomedicine and Nanoparticle Synthesis.
Dr. Weihong Lai obtained a M.D. degree from Nanchang University Jiangxi Medical College in 1991, got a PhD degree in Dermatology and Venereology from Peking Union Medical College in 1999, and was awarded a Master of Management in Clinical Informatics from the School of Medicine at Duke University in 2017. Professionally he has been working as a dermatological physician for more than 25 years in China, and has worked as a researcher at Duke Center for AIDS Research for 10 years. Currently, Dr. Lai is an Attending Physician & Associate Professor in the Skin Disease Hospital at the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences in China, and also a Senior Consultant & Strategist at the Bigfish Health in USA.
Dr. Lai has focused on clinical management of skin diseases and sexually transmitted diseases, and exploring novel approaches for HIV treatment and HIV cure. Dr. Lai’s main research areas include: consulting in telemedicine and teledermatology, strategic consulting in management in clinical informatics, mechanism of action of the novel antiviral agents targeted latent HIV reservoirs, mechanism of action of novel HIV entry inhibitors and anti-fusion agents, novel cell-based high throughput assays to screen anti-HIV agents, and diagnosis and treatment of genital ulcer diseases.
Dr. Honghai Hong is currently affiliated to the Department of Clinical Laboratory, The Third Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University, Guangzhou, China. He completed Bachelor in Medicine from Guangdong Medical College, Dongguan, China from September 1, 2005-July 5, 2010. From September 1, 2010-September 30, 2015 he did Ph.D. in Molecular Medicine, Zhongshan Medical College of Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China. From October 1, 2018-January 30, 2020 he gained experience as a Visiting Scholar, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Indiana University. From February 1, 2020-April 1, 2020 he worked as a Visiting Scholar, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Tulane University. From July 14, 2015-Present he is an Associated Investigator, Department of Clinical laboratory, The Third Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University.
Dr. Honghai Hong’s research areas include Pathogenesis of tumor metastasis and apoptosis; Pathogenesis of liver disease in autophagy deficiency.
Third Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University, China
Dr. Marília Porto O. Nunes has done PhD in Biotechnology, Master in Nutrition and Health and Graduated in Nutrition. She is a Postgraduate professor in Clinical Nutrition and Applied Phytotherapy in addition to being part of the faculty of Nutrition courses at the University of Fortaleza (UNIFOR) and Unichristus. She is also a Professor and researcher of Immunology, Food allergy, chronic non-communicable diseases, autoimmune diseases, Metabolism and Physical Exercise. In addition to being a teacher, she works in the clinical area of Nutrition, attending all ages in her office and Homecare.
Biotechnology, Nutrition and Health, Clinical Nutrition, Applied Phytotherapy, Immunology, Food allergy, Chronic non-communicable diseases, Autoimmune diseases, Metabolism and Physical Exercise.
Dr. Davide Ghinolfi was born in Chiavari (Italy) in 1975. He attended the School of Medicine and Residency in General Surgery at the University of Genoa (Italy), where he got his PhD in Management of Organ Transplantation. He spent one year at the University of Massachusetts (2005) as a research fellow and two years at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City (NY, USA) as a hepatobiliary and multiorgan transplant fellow (2007-2009). Since 2009 he is an attending surgeon at the division of Hepatobiliary Surgery and Liver Transplantation at the University of Pisa Medical School Hospital, the largest liver transplant program in Italy. He is an expert in quality assessment and improvement programs in healthcare.
Dr. Davide Ghinolfi’s research interests are focused on the use of marginal grafts in liver transplantation (in particular older donors and DCD liver grafts) and on ex-situ normothermic perfusion.
Department of Hepatobiliary Surgery and Liver Transplantation
University of Pisa Medical School Hospital, Italy
Dr. Samer Bayda is currently Assistant Professor at Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, Jinan University, Tripoli, Lebanon. He earned his PhD in Nanotechnology at university of Trieste-Italy in collaboration with Nanomedicine Lab at Centro di Riferimento Oncologico (CRO) di Aviano-Italy in 2017. His PhD work is based on the synthesis of fluorescent carbon nanoparticles (CNPs) as drug delivery system (DDS) for cancer therapy. He is also an Editorial board member, Guest Editor and reviewer for many international scientific journals. He published 8 papers with more than 200 citations and h-index = 7 (Google Scholar).
Dr. Raafat H.S Jadah is a Consultant Paediatric Neurologist at Bahrain Defence Force Hospital, Royal Medical Services, Kingdom of Bahrain.
Dr. Jadah graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin and received his Paediatric Neurology Fellowship Degree from King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, King Abdulaziz Medical City, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He is also holding a position of a Senior Lecturer at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland-Medical University of Bahrain. He is an International Member of the American Academy of Paediatrics.
Dr. Jadah’s research interests are primarily in the areas of Epilepsy, Neurometabolic, Neurodegenerative disorders and rare cases of Neurogenetic syndromes.
Dr. Jadah’s area of expertise include Epilepsy and 24 Hours Epilepsy Monitoring Unit, Neurophysiological Studies, Neurodegenerative and Neuromuscular disorders.
Bahrain Defence Force Royal Medical Services, Bahrain
Dr. Festila Dana Gabriela is an Associate Professor in University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Iuliu Hatieganu” Cluj-Napoca, Romania, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Orthodontic Department
DDS, PhD, MScD in Orthodontics. She is a Teacher in the Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics for undergraduate and postgraduate students. She did her PhD thesis: “The influence of functional therapy on facial profile in class II/1 sagittal anomalies”. Her competences include Dental-Maxillary Radiology, Alexander Discipline Instructor in Vari Simplex fixed appliance technique. She has a Membership: Romanian National Association of Excellence in Orthodontics (AREO), Italian Society of Orthodontics (SIDO), World Federation of Orthodontics (WFO). Her scientific activity incudes: main author of 1 book, 75 published papers, attendant of certified educational courses and congresses in the country and abroad. Dr. Festila Dana Gabriela is also a Reviewer (constantly) for Medicine and Pharmacy Reports Journal indexed (SCIPIO, EBSCO, Index Copiernicus, getCited, Jouirnal Seek, Open Access Directory).
Dr. Festila Dana Gabriela’s research interest include Orthodontics, Growth and development of the face, Orthognatic Surgery, Dental Medicine.
Dr. Guntug Batihan graduated from the medical faculty of Dokuz Eylul University Izmir in 2009. He started to the residency program in the field of thoracic surgery in the University of Health Science Turkey. He became a Member of the European Respiratory Society in 2015. He is still working as a thoracic surgeon in Dr Suat Seren Chest Disease and Surgery Center in Izmir.
Dr. Guntug Batihan’s interests are Video-assisted thoracic surgery, Mediastinal diseases, Lung cancer, Pleural diseases and Surgical oncology.
Dr. Tracy Roake is the Head of Education and Student Affairs, she is also Co-chair for the Clinical Practice Guidelines committee and the Deputy Chair for the Resuscitation committee as well as an active member in the Research and Ethics committee at Danat Al Emarat Hospital, Abu Dhabi.
Dr. Tracy is a registered nurse and a certified Advanced Midwife has been awarded with a DBA, MBA, M.Sc. Healthcare management, and has a Master of Applied Business Research; she is a qualified hypnobirthing instructor and has a diploma in Aromatherapy, Herbalist, Reflexology and Naturopathy.
She has a great passion for quality midwifery care, obstetric emergencies and pioneered all the first private hospital water births in KZN South Africa. Dr. Tracy is also a certified BLS instructor, NRP instructor as well as a PROMPT instructor. She is also proud to say that she is an invited facility member or the PROMPT foundation in the United Kingdom. She was recently voted as the best HOD that supports Nurses in 2020.
All matters regarding healthcare, business as well as student affairs in the healthcare sector.
Professor Dr. Igor A. Kryvoruchko graduated from Kharkov Medical University (Ukraine) in 1983 with a degree in medicine. From 1983 to 2004 he worked at the ‘Institute of General and Emergency Surgery’ (Kharkiv, Ukraine) as a research assistant and since 2000 as deputy director for science. Since 2004 he is working as the head of Department of Surgery № 2 of Kharkiv National Medical University (Ukraine). He was secured Ph.D. in surgery at the ‘Institute of General and Emergency Surgery’ in 1989. He defended his thesis for the degree of Doctor of Medical Sciences in 1997. He received the academic title of professor at the Kharkiv National Medical University in 2002. He authored more than 800 research publications in National and International journals. He edited/authored 42 books and textbooks for students. Prof. (Dr.) I.A. Kryvoruchko serves as Editorial board member for 12 National and International journals. In 2009 he received the State Prize of Ukraine for research in pancreatic surgery.
Professor Dr. Igor A. Kryvoruchko’s research interest are in the field of surgery of the organs of the chest and abdomen, cardiovascular and endocrine surgery and concern studies of the pathophysiology of various surgical diseases, early diagnosis, prognosis and treatment.
Dr. Esmael Ali Hamed is a Vascular and Endovascular fellow at Mansoura University Hospitals, Egypt. He is a Vascular Surgery Specialist at Mansoura International Hospital; Vascular Surgery Specialist at Mansoura Health Insurance Hospital and also a Member of Vascular Society of Egypt.
Dr. Rica Rose May Adjawie Rubio is a qualified Doctor in Nursing Science (DNS). She is graduated from St. Paul University Philippines, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan 3500, Philippines. She is currently an Associate Professor for the College of Nursing of the Western Mindanao State University, Philippines.
Mental health nursing, transcultural nursing, gender and LGBT, tool development.
College of Nursing, Research Ethics Oversight Committee
Western Mindanao State University, Philippines
Dr. Oduola Abiola is a Professor of Chemical Pathology and Molecular Neuroscience. He is Chair of Medical Laboratory Sciences and, Director of Research and Strategic Partnerships at the Bowen University (of the Nigerian Baptist Convention), Iwo, Nigeria. Basically a Biomedical Scientist, he holds a Master’s degree in Chemical Pathology from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria’s premier University and a PhD in Neuroscience from the Institute of Psychiatry (now Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience), King’s College London where he also had his postdoctoral training and at some point in his career, a Visiting Professorship. Recently, Oduola’s focus has shifted to ethnomedicinal research, essentially aimed at understanding the scientific bases of the therapeutic effects of tropical ethnomedicinal plants. The team that he currently leads is working on Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). Oduola’s PhD thesis which investigated the regulation of gene expression by female sex steroid hormones in model systems relevant to psychotic illness, contributed to understanding the biological basis of postpartum psychiatric disorders.
Dr. Ogundeji Kolawole Damilare is a Medical Surgical Nursing scholar with keen interest in help individual to understand the cost implication of providing health care services especially acute wound care episode. Dr. Ogundeji Kolawole Damilare is having practical experience in health care financing across south west Nigeria and personal interest in wound care.
Dr. Ogundeji Kolawole Damilare’s research interests include Systematic review, rapid assessment evidence, primary and secondary research in Gynecological, Obstetric and Perinatal Nursing.
Dr. Bangshun He received his PhD degree in 2017 from Nanjing Medical University, China. His current position is an Associated Professor in Nanjing First Hospital, Nanjing Medical University. His research interests include cancer biomarkers, cancer molecular epidemiology. Dr. He has published more than 40 publications.
Cancer biomarker, Cancer diagnosis, Cancer epidemiology.
Nanjing First Hospital, Nanjing Medical University, China
Dr. Ana Mitrovic Jovanovic MD PhD is a Chairman of the Department of Gynecology & Obstetrics at the University Hospital Narodni front, University of Belgrade School of Medicine, Serbia. She has studied medicine in Belgrade. Her further training was at Hadassah Medical Center followed by post-graduate studies in profile Human reproduction in Belgrade. Professor Jovanovic is the president of the Serbian scientific comity for Fertility and member of the board of the Serbian Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics.
Her main interests are contraception, abortion, Infertility/ IVF, minimal invasive surgery, endometriosis, menopause and reproductive endocrinology.
Dr. Luiz Carlos Bertges had done PhD in Surgery from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (1998), Masters in Surgery from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (1995) and a degree in Medicine from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (1973). Associate Professor III, retired, from the Department of Physiology, Institute of Biological Sciences, Federal University of Juiz de Fora. Currently professor of Medicine at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences of Juiz de Fora - SUPREMA, in the discipline Clinical Medicine II - Gastroenterology and member of the Structuring Teaching Nucleus - NDE of Medicine and Pharmacy. Coordinator of the Latu Sensu Postgraduate Course in Digestive Endoscopy at SUPREMA. Full member of the Brazilian Federation of Gastroenterology and the Brazilian Society of Digestive Endoscopy.
Dr. Luiz Carlos Bertges has experience in General Physiology, Gastroenterology, Surgery of the Digestive System and Digestive Endoscopy.
Dr. Kenan Karavdic is an Assistant professor and Pediatric Surgeon with a doctorate degree in Pediatric Surgery. Throughout his career, Assistant professor Dr. Kenan Karavdic has attended trainings and courses in the field of pediatric surgery in Austria, Israel, France, Sweden. He has published over 40 publications and is the author of 2 books. He is currently the head of the Department of General Pediatric Surgery at the Clinical Center of the University of Sarajevo, and he is also employed at the Medical Faculty of the University of Sarajevo as an assistant professor at the Department of Surgery. He is a member of several European associations in the field of pediatric surgery and pediatric endoscopic surgery. He is the local coordinator of the international Central Exchange Program for Students in Europe CEEPUS. He is the President of the Endoscopic Pediatric Surgeons Section in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is a member of the editorial board of a dozen international journals organizations.
Assistant Professor Dr. Kenan Karavdic has extensive research experience and interests in the fields of pediatric neonatal surgery and minimal invasive pediatric surgery.
Clinical Center of University Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dr. Alfredo Montes Robledo is a Professor at the Medical School of the Corporation University Rafael Nuñez of Cartagena biologist and a master in microbiology graduated from the University of Cartagena - Colombia at a young age. He is having experience in the area of clinical and environmental microbiology. Currently working in the line of nanoparticle synthesis and pathogen identification, resistance bacterial and virulence factor of clinical isolates using molecular biology and methodology conventional.
Dr. Tao Zuo obtained a PhD degree jointly trained at Ocean University of China and Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. He is now a researcher at Institute of Digestive disease, The Chinese university of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. He also serves as editorial board member of Journal of Food Science and Nutrition Therapy, Scientia Ricerca (Nutrition and Food Toxicology), International Journal of Clinical Virology. He was awarded “Early Career Investigator” by American Gastroenterological Association (2017).
Gut microbiota and human health, Food science and nutrition, Bioactive component extraction and purification, Mucosal immunity and Molecular mechanisms.
Prof. Dr. Hussien Omer Kadi is a professor of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Sana’a University. He holds a Master's degree in Clinical Pharmacology from Zagazage University and a PhD in Pharmacology and Toxicology from Cairo University. He was a Chairman of Hodeida University and was a Supervisor of many Masters and PhD students in field of Clinical Pharmacology. His PhD thesis investigated the certain neuropharmacological aspects of insulin and some oral hypoglycemic drugs in normal and diabetic experimental animals. Recently, he focuses on Covid-19 guidelines therapies and immune-stimulants agents.
Clinical Pharmacology, Drug Interactions, Toxicology.
Associate Professor Senay Cetinkaya, was born in Balikesir, Turkey in 1967. She has completed her bachelor of nursing, master's degree, and PhD in Ege University. In 1988 she was employed as nurse in ICU at the cardiovascular surgery clinic in Ege University, at the medical faculty hospital. In the mean time she has completed her postgraduate (1991) and PhD (1999) on pediatric nursing. She was employed at the Health Colleges of Inonu (1996-2000), Selcuk (2000-2004), and Ege (2004-2007) Universities. She is currently working as the head of the Department of Child Health and Diseases Nursing at Cukurova University, Faculty of Health Sciences. Besides being instructor and vice-principal at the college, she has coordinated and performed in-service training programs to healthcare personnels, carried out symposium vice-presidency, assistant journal editorship and reviewing, and chair in nursing department. She is an international book editor. The book is not a classic text book. I think that everyone interested in child health will be interested.
She has international articles (12), international books chapters (6), translation on a vocational book (thesaurus of skills), national chapters of book (2), has led postgraduate thesis (17), research projects (14), and posted many scientific papers (33) in national periodicals.
Dr. Senay Cetinkaya has 5 patent applications. PCT reports of 3 of these patent applications were positive. Two patent applications were filed for registration in Europe and America.
Dr. Mohammed Al-Qahtani is a Postdoctoral fellow (Research associate and full time faculty), April 2000 – March 2002; working with Prof. M. Welch (at that time, Director of Radiological Sciences at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis., USA) group - working with several PET isotopes (mainly C-11, F-18 and touching on Ga-68, Cu-64/67) and other applications.
He did a Ph.D. degree in Radiochemistry (radiopharmaceuticals), awarded February 2000, Department of Chemistry, School of Physics and Chemistry, University of Surrey, Guildford, GU2 5XH, UK. At Surrey University, his work is devoted into the hydrogen isotopes (deuterium and tritium) under the supervision of Prof. John Jones and on the MRC campus working with carbon-11 under the supervision of Prof. V. Pike.
He is involved in a way or another in producing and supervising the production of radiotracers and introducing new ones to the nuclear medicine services, as the only place capable of such rare specialty. Having almost twenty years post doctorate, of a total of twenty-nine years, experience in the field of radiopharmaceuticals chemistry, his work is directed into enhancing the efforts into the transferring technology programs by producing all needed / suggested PET radiotracers (approved and/or investigational) for the clinical use and concentrate on new research and development programs by taking the lead in improved labelling procedures and automate an existing radiosynthesis pathways, which is an important window for companies’ collaboration. Additionally, leading and mentoring scientific staff to find new chemical/biological precursors for a certain biological targets (illness) and establish all experimental steps needed to go from bench to bed side as final labelled product is an important part of our vision, also enhancing the collaboration between their lab and all interested groups locally and internationally is a crucial aim of their goals to be achieved. He is also serving as editorial board member and reviewer for several reputable scientific journals.
Dr. Anne Phelan-Adams is a primary care physician with more than 35 years of clinical experience in various clinical settings ranging from family medicine to occupational medicine. She is also a published writer of articles for the general public and editorials for professional journals. Subsequent to retiring from clinical medicine, she has devoted her attention to the physical and mental health and civil rights of physicians and other licensed healthcare professionals. Dr. Adams is an active member of the Healthcare Alliance for Regulatory Reform and former member of the Center for Physician Rights.
Family medicine, Occupational medicine, Physical and mental health, Civil rights of physicians and other licensed healthcare professionals.
Dr. Ana Paula C. R. Ferraz is a Nutritionist with experience in the hospital production area at the Santa Casa de Campo Grande hospital. Higher Education in Nutrition by the Biosciences Institute of the Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho/ UNESP-Botucatu (2015). PhD in Pathology/ Sciences from Faculdade de Medicina-UNESP/ Botucatu and develops activities in the field of biochemistry, high performance chromatography (HPLC), chromatography of mass spectrometry (HPLC-APCI-MS) oxidative stress/ Inflammation, antioxidants and models of breast adenocarcinoma. Scientific Initiation with a focus on health science, nutrition biochemistry, phytotechnics and post-harvest.
Mass spectrometry, Oxidative stress, Inflammation, Breast carcinoma.
Dr. Tuhin Das started his research career in cancer cell biology from 2006. He had the opportunity to be exposed to several state-of-art research techniques in both in-vitro and in-vivo and being in cancer research field for more than 12 years has garnered immense interest in various aspects of cancer biology research.
As a researcher with expertise in biochemistry, phospholipid dynamics, biomaterials, assay development, protein purification/characterization, cell & molecular biology, CRISPR/CAS9 technology, cancer/stem cell culture, Bio-ID (proximity labeling), developmental and reproductive biology, signal transduction, live cell imaging, non-invasive imaging, drug resistance and drug screening studies, experimental validation of mathematical modeling (Adaptive Therapy) in mouse model (pre-clinical trial), nano-particles, ATP biosensor, metabolism, tumor heterogeneity, electro-spun nanofibrous scaffold (m-PEG-PLA/PLGA) based 3D cell culture (both mouse and patients’ derived tissue/cells), he is currently exploring the role of tumor microenvironment associated factors like hypoxia in regulation and enrichment of breast cancer stem cells (CSCs), BM-hMSCs, stromal component analysis, drug resistance and underlying molecular mechanisms. In addition to this, he is now exploring the role of mitotic stress response (MSR)/mitotic delay pathway in breast cancer and role of centrosome in in-vivo animal model.
This domain of scientific research has lots of opportunities for further development, and there is a great prospect for drug screening which will help to identify CSCs targeted cancer therapy.
Dr. Tuhin Das’s area of research is mostly interdisciplinary which includes Cancer cell biology, Tumor microenvironment & Drug resistance, Drug screening, Imaging, Cell signaling, Nano-fibrous scaffold platform, ATP Biosensors, mouse Embryonic stem cell culture/differentiation, in-vivo mouse model work including pre-clinical trials.
Dr. Sergey Suchkov was born in the City of Astrakhan, Russia, in a family of dynasty medical doctors. In 1980, he graduated from Astrakhan State Medical University and was awarded with MD. In 1985, maintained his PhD as a PhD student of the I.M. Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy and Institute of Medical Enzymology, USSR Academy of Medical Sciences. In 2001, maintained his Doctor Degree at the National Institute of Immunology, Russia.
From 1985 through 1987, worked as a Post Doc Research Associate, for Institute of Medical Enzymology; from 1987 through 1989, was a Senior Research Associate, Koltzov Institute of Developmental Biology, USSR Academy of Sciences. From 1989 through 1995, was a Head of the Lab of Immunology and Immunobiotechnology, Helmholtz Eye Research Institute in Moscow. In 1989, trained at the Lab of Immunology, NEI, Bethesda, MD, USA, NIH and Lab of Immunology, Wills Eye Hospital, Philadelphia, USA, as well as at some of the British Universities on the invitation of the Royal Society for Immunology. From 1995 through 2004, was a Director of the Dept for Immunology, Moscow Clinical Research Institute (MONIKI).
In 1993-1996, was an Executice Secretary-in-Chief of the Editorial Board, Biomedical Science, an international journal published jointly by the USSR Academy of Sciences and the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK.
At present, Dr. Sergey Suchkov, M, PhD, is Professor in Immunology & Medicine, and: Director, Center for Personalized Medicine, Sechenov Medical University; Chair, Dept for Translational Medicine, Moscow Engineering Physical Institute (MEPhI), Moscow, Russia
Professor, Department for Immunology, A.I.Evdokimov Moscow State University of Medicine & Dentistry; Member, EPMA (European Association for Predictive, Preventive and Personal-ized Medicine), Brussels, EU; Member, PMC (Personalized Medicine Coalition), Washington, DC, USA; Member, ISPM (International Society for Personalized Medicine), Tokyo, Japan; Member, American Chemical Society (ACS), Washington, DC, USA; Member, New York Academy of Sciences, New York, USA; Member, American Heart Association (AHA), Houston, Texas, USA; Member, International Association for Medical Education (AMEE), Dundee, Scotland; Secretary General, United Cultural Convention (UCC), Cambridge, UK.
Dr. Suchkov is an author of more than 500 publications and 10 patents. He is a member of: New York Academy of Sciences, New York, USA; EPMA (European Association for Predictive, Preventive and Personalized Medicine), Brussels, EU; ARVO (American Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology); ISER (International Society for Eye Research); All-Union (from 1992 - Russian) Biochemical Society; All-Union (from 1992 - Russian) Immunological Society. Dr. Suchkov is also a Secretary General of the UCC (United Cultural Convention), Cambridge, UK.
Dr. Matin has been a Full Professor at Stanford University for several years and is affiliated with several programs, including the Stanford Cancer Research Institute. He has contributed to many areas of biological research, e.g., bacterial infections and their treatment; discovery of new drugs and therapeutic enzymes and their improvement. He has pioneered mRNA-based gene delivery specifically, to cancer using exosomes promising cure without side-effects – this approach is applicable to gene delivery-mediated treatment also of other diseases. He did his Ph. D. at UCLA, spent some years in the Netherlands (State University of Groningen), where he directed a research group, before joining Stanford. He is recipient of numerous awards and honors.
Dr. Raphael Chinweike Okolo is affiliated with University of Nigeria Enugu Campus and General Hospital Nsukka. He attended Community Secondary School Ezebunagu Nsukka in 1989 where he got his West Africa Examination Council Certificate. He went further and obtained a Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science and Master of Science (Haematology) degrees in 1998 and 2013 respectively from University of Nigeria Enugu Campus. He is at the final stage of his research for the award of Doctor of Philosophy recently from University of Nigeria.
Dr. Raphael Chinweike Okolo does research in Toxicology, Haematology, Logistic Management, Cancer Immunology Transfusion Medicine. Dr. Raphael Chinweike Okolo is currently working on Haematopoietic and lnflammatory Markers in People living with Human lmmunodeficiency Virus Infection in Enugu North Senatorial Zone Enugu Nigeria.
Dr. Raffaele Pilla, Pharm.D., Ph.D., Doctor Europaeus, received his Master’s degree in Pharmacy at G. d’Annunzio University in Chieti-Pescara, Italy in 2005, where he also served internships at the Cell Physiology Laboratory and Molecular Biology Laboratory. Prior to his degree, he was an Erasmus Student at Faculté de Pharmacie de Reims in Reims, France. He received his Doctor Europaeus in 2010 from Pitié-Salpétrière Institute in Paris, France. Also in 2010, he received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry, Physiology, and Pathology of Muscle at G. d’Annunzio University in Chieti-Pescara, Italy. He was hired as a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of South Florida in Tampa, on two research grants respectively funded by the Office of Naval Research (US Navy) and Divers’ Alert Network. He has written and lectured widely on his experiences. Dr. Pilla has been involved in ongoing research at the University of South Florida with the use of ketone esters. The initial work, funded by the Office of Naval Research, focused on using ketone esters to prevent CNS oxygen toxicity. Dr. Pilla is working to coordinate efforts in the United States and Italy to expand the ketone ester research to other conditions such as epilepsy and cancer and its use as an alternative metabolic fuel.
Dr. Pilla has also served extensively in various international medical missions, orphan
and homeless programs, emergency medicine rescue and training, and animal rescue and fostering. He is fluent in Italian, English, French, and Spanish. He has a special interest in journalism and photography, and he enjoys sailing, SCUBA diving, ultralight airplane piloting, soccer, volleyball, jogging, and motorcycles.
Neurology, Epilepsy, Brain Cancers, Metastatic Cancers, Ketone Esters adopted in the metabolic treatment of epilepsy and cancer, Ketogenic Diet administered in patients affected by epilepsy and cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, Glut 1 deficiency syndrome, Traumatic brain injury, Hyperbaric/hypobaric physiology, Hyperbaric/hypobaric chamber.
Dr. Hassan Shora is a senior researcher at Port-Said University, supervisor of PhD & MSc theses in molecular medicine cooperating with staff of department of biochemistry & molecular biology at faculty of science. He also is the head of medicine &director of diabetes center at Ismailia General hospital and works as a senior lecturer, Egyptian Board of physicians to train medical residents in Ismailia, Egypt. Dr. Shora is awarded Physician Recognition Award of The American Medical Association in 2003 and 2007. He published his first paper in 1984 while he was a second year undergraduate student and published several original research papers thereafter in international journals in role of adiponectin and glycemic control in delaying subclinical atherosclerotic changes in type 1 diabetics, markers of subclinical atherosclerosis in type 1 diabetic adolescents, Inflammatory biomarkers of cardiometabolic risk in obese type 2 diabetics iron binding stores in correlation with cardiometabolic risk in obese type 2 diabetics and NT ProPNB as a marker od microvascular complications in type 2 diabetes. Dr. Shora is a member of Asian Council of Science Editors and Editor of SMjournal of general medicine, Current Trends in General Practice is working as editorial board member in Journal of General Medicine International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medical Sciences(IJCEMS); and a peer reviewer for Thirty journals including: Diabetes & Diabetes Care USA, Journal of Diabetes & Metabolism, European Medical Journal, DovePress Journals: International Journal of General Medicine Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity: Targets and Therapy, Vascular Health and Risk Management, Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management, Research and Reports in Endocrine Disorders, Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, Patient Preference and Adherence, Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, Journal of Medical Science, Pakistan Journal of nutrition, Cardiology and Angiology: An International Journal, Journal of Clinical Nephrology and Research USA, International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medical Sciences(IJCEMS),USA. Dr. Shora researches interest in molecular diabetic medicine for novel biomarkers to detect early complications of diabetes.
Dr. Md. Morshedul Alam has been working as an assistant professor in the department of Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Maritime University (BSMRMU), Dhaka, Bangladesh since 2019. He was graduated in Biotechnology & Genetic Engineering from Islamic University, Kushtia, Bangladesh. He completed his PhD in Medicine from Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan by focusing on aging associated disorders. After completing his PhD, he completed two prestigious postdoctoral fellowships, JSPS and TBRF, at Tohoku University, Japan. He has been working on antioxidant response pathway in various aging associated disorders, specially, on cancer and diabetes since 2008. Beside this, he is also working on marine bioactive compounds isolation and investigation of those compound’s pharmacological effects concerning to aging science. He has already published near about 40 research articles in various prestigious scientific journals. Currently he is working as editorial board member and reviewer in several scientific journals as well as in CPQ Medicine.
Dr. Kazumi Fujioka was graduated from Toho University, School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan at 1988. She has received PhD and MD from Nihon University School of Medicine at 1996. During 1988-1990 she was a resident in the Department of Internal Medicine Toho University, School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan. In 1998, she was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiology, Nihon University School of Medicine. In 2013, she was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pathology and Microbiology, Division of Laboratory Medicine, Nihon University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan. During 2014-2018, she was an Associate Professor in the Department of Pathology and Microbiology, Division of Laboratory Medicine. From 2019, she is a member of the board of Fujioka Dermatological Clinic, Tokyo, Japan. From 2016, she is an Assistant Professor, Center for General Education, Showa Women’s University, Tokyo, Japan. From October 2019, she is also an Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology, Nihon University School of Medicine, Tokyo Japan. Dr. Kazumi Fujioka have been chosen as a best author of the year of 2018 by OMICS International.
Dr. Kazumi Fujioka is a board of councilor of the Japan Society for Medical English Education, and also a board councilor of the Japan Association of Breast and Thyroid Sonology. Along with this, Dr. Kazumi Fujioka is an Editor at the Journal of Clinical Oncology Research and Reports and Journal of Clinical Case Reports online and is also an Associate Editor at Open Access Journal of Cancer and Oncology.
Dr. Kazumi Fujioka is a specialist in the several fields of Radiology, Ultrasound Medicine, Gastroenterology, Gastroenterological Endoscopy and Internal Medicine. Dr. Kazumi Fujioka is also interested in carcinogenesis, mutagenesis, vascular medicine in atherosclerosis and dermatological imaging, especially using high-resolution ultrasonography.
Dr. Mbah Chika John is a lecturer in the Department of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He possess Bachelor of Pharmacy degree (B.Pharm.), Master degree (M.Pharm) in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Doctorate degree (PhD) in Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry.
He joined the services of the University of Nigeria as a graduate Assistant in 1984, after one-year of post-graduate internship and one-year national service (NYSC) respectively.
He was appointed a postdoctoral fellow (1993) at BayShore Rehabilitation Systems, New Jersey, USA. At the end of the postdoctoral fellowship, I worked as Research Scientist, PTS Laboratories, New Jersey, USA; Senior Analyst, Metuchen Analytical, New Jersey, USA; Inter-laboratory Analyst, Narcotic Division, New York Police Department, USA and Manager, Analytical Services, DMI, Inc, New Jersey, USA.
He is also a registered pharmacist with Pharmacists Council of Nigeria; State Board of Pharmacy New Jersey, USA (1996-2007); a member, Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria; member, National Association of Pharmacists in Academia; member, Who’s Who in the East, 20th Edition, Marquis, 1998; member American Association for the Advancement of Science (1997-2007) and member New York Academy of Sciences (1997-2007).
On his return from United States of America in 2007, he was promoted to the rank of a Professor in 2009. He has served within the University, as Acting Head as well as Head, Department of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry, member of University Medical Centre Drug Revolving Fund Committee and several University and Faculty committees both as chairman and member respectively.
Professor C. J. Mbah has successfully supervised fifteen (15) Master degrees candidates, four (4) doctorate degrees (since 2008 following my return from USA) and currently supervising a number of Master and Doctorate degree candidates. He has also delivered the 89th Inaugural lecture of the University of Nigeria, entitled: “The Control of Impurities in the Quality Control of Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms” with special emphasis on drug degradants.
Acted as Internal Assessor in the University to date; External Examiner and Assessor to a number of Federal and State Universities to date; External Assessor to National Universities Commission (NUC) and chairman (or member) of NUC panelists to accredit Nigerian Universities to date.
He is a reviewer to many Scientific Journals and has also published several academic papers in academic International Journals, author of few books and member of a number learned societies.
Drug purities and drug degradation kinetics; Various techniques, that enhance the delivery of drugs possessing biopharmaceutical problems into systemic circulation.
Dr. Chee Ping Fadzel Wong is a Senior lecturer from the Faculty of Food Science and Nutrition, Universiti Malaysia Sabah. He also is a President of Exercise Therapy and Fitness Sabah Association. His research interests include sport and exercise nutrition, ergogenic aid, sports performance, exercise therapy, human nutrition and physiology, health and fitness. He also received UMS researcher awards (APUMS) from Universiti Malaysia Sabah. He has published a number of scientific papers in peer-review journals and has been invited as a speaker in international and local conferences.
Sport and exercise nutrition, ergogenic aid, sports performance, exercise therapy, human nutrition and physiology, health and fitness.
Jonathan Yao MD has a broad academic foundation. He obtained double degrees (BA/ MA) from Johns Hopkins University with a degree in east asian studies (BA) and history (MA) minoring in chemistry, Spanish, and classical Chinese. He was awarded a MFA in photography at the same time at Maryland Institute College Art. He later graduated from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in 2010 with an MD and during which time he was awarded the prestigious Wellcome Trust grant (UK) and a second degree in History of Medicine (MA) at University College-London (UK). He completed his residency and fellowship training at Mount Sinai in pathology and dermatopathology and began his career as a clinical researcher in dermatology researching the efficacy and safety of over 35 dermatology related pharmaceuticals and procedures. He has authored over 20 papers in peer reviewed journals covering a
broad range of topics in dermatology from the basic sciences to aesthetic dermatological procedures. He is a regular reviewer for numerous peer reviewed medical journals. He continues to be a medical and scientific consultant for numerous cosmetic products and for RED lifestyle public relations company. Dr. Yao is currently a practicing dermatopathologist at Schweriger Dermatology in New York City and also
a medical director for CSL plasmapheresis.
Beyond his medical endeavours, Dr. Yao is also active in and a patron to the performing arts. He now sits on the Steering Committee at the Metropolitan Opera and a future Board member to the North Carolina School of the Arts.
Dr. Yao's area of speciality is in clinical dermatological research, anatomical pathology, and dermatopathology. Within dermatopathology, he is subspecialist in alopecia, molecular cutaneous pathology, melanocytic neoplasms, immune dysregulatory diathesis, and cutaneous lymphoma.
Dr. Hanan S. Anbar, Ph.D. got her Ph.D. degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmacology & Toxicology) at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Mansoura, Egypt in 2017. She is currently working as an Assistant Professor of Pharmacology & Toxicology at Dubai Pharmacy College for Girls, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Hanan S. Anbar, Ph.D. is the author of several publications in highly reputed international peer-reviewed journals. She has attended many international conferences. She has also peer-reviewed several articles for international journals. She is interested in treatment of cancer, inflammation, and diabetic complications. She has also collaborated with several eminent research scholars and institutions from USA, UK, Republic of Korea, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Pakistan.
Department of Clinical Pharmacy & Pharmacotherapeutics
Dubai Pharmacy College, UAE
Dr. Gazmend Temaj was born on September 30, 1974 in Prizren/Kosovo. 1994-2002: Bachelor study, General Biology, State University “Hasan Prishtina” Prishtina-Kosovo. 2002-2008: Master study, branch, Genetics, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Natural Sciences Bosnia & Herzegovina. 2014-2016: PhD at the Paracelsus Medical University, Salzburg Austria. From 2019 Professor of Molecular Biology and Human/Medical Genetics at the University of Business and Technology, Prishtina Kosovo.
Molecular Biology, Human Genetics, Pharmacogenetics.
Dr. Gerald C. Hsu is an author who received an honorary PhD in mathematics and majored in engineering at MIT. He attended different universities over 17 years and studied seven academic disciplines. Furthermore, he self-studied and research three disciplines, internal medicine, food nutrition, and psychology.
He has spent ~30,000 hours in endocrinology research, especially diabetes. First, he studied six metabolic diseases and food nutrition during 2010 to 2013, then conducted his own diabetes research during 2014 to 2018. His approach is “quantitative and precision medicine” based on mathematics, physics, optical and electronics physics, engineering modeling, wave theory, energy theory, signal processing, computer science, big data analytics, statistics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. He believes that the better the prediction, the more control you have. Thus far, he has written, published, and presented more than 250 medical papers, including some psychology research papers.
Dr. Gerald C. Hsu’s main focus is on preventive medicine using prediction tools.
Dr. Idress Hamad Attitalla, (Professor, 2015) has completed his PhD at the age of 31 years from Uppsala University (Sweden) and postdoctoral studies from USM University Sains Malaysia. He used to work as the director of Research and Study at Agriculture Research Center (ARC) up to 2014, also a Consultant and Director of European Branch at Libyan Commission for Education, Culture and Science. and Scientific Consultant, Libya and director of departments of microbiology at (Omar Al-Mukhtar University, Al-Bayda, Libya?up to now), dean of Faculty of Mdecal Technology. He published more than 80 papers in reputed journals and serving as an editorial board member of repute, and 1 book in Arabic about Algae and 1 translated book about proteomic. He also acts as an Editor and Reviewer in many organizations including Elsevier.
Dr. Raphael Nnajiofor Okigbo was born at Ojoto in Idemili South LGA. He attended St Odilia’s Primary School, Ojoto from where he preceded to the famous Christ the King College (CKC) Onitsha (1973-1978). He has B. Sc. Botany (1984), M. Sc. Botany (1988), M. Sc. Microbiology (1992) and Ph. D. Microbiology (1995) all from the University of Benin, Edo State, Nigeria and a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto (2010).
Dr. Raphael Nnajiofor Okigbo became a Professor of Botany of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria in 2008. He has served as a key note speaker in many International and Local Conferences. He delivered the 33rd Inaugural Lecture of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, on 27th October 2016. Dr. Raphael Nnajiofor Okigbo has many international publications in referred journals. His H index is 27, had 2,682 Google citations,
His awards include Fellow of Mycological Society of Nigeria (FMYCOSON); Association of Agricultural Technology in South East Asia (AATSEA) award for Excellence in Agricultural leadership for Community Development; Special Commendation award for research of value to the developing world by Emerald Group Publishing, UK and USA; Emerald Literari network awards for excellence.
He is the Charter President of the Rotary Club of Awka Metropolis and Past Assistant Governor. He is a multiple recipient of Paul Harris Fellowship Award (Major Donor).
Dr. Raphael Nnajiofor Okigbo’s research interest is on Environmental studies, Biological controls, Phytomedicine and Mushroom Science.
Dr. Xavier Riaud received his Doctorate of Dental Surgery in the Faculty of Dental Surgery, Nantes, France in 1997 and a Ph. D in History of Sciences and Technics in François Viète Center, Nantes, France in 2007.
He was laureate (1998), associate member (2011) and full member of the National Academy of Dental Surgery (2019). He was free member of the National Academy of Surgery in 2013. He was awarded Knight of the Order of Academic Palms in 2011 and Knight of the National Order of Merit in 2016. He was a Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy (USA).
He has authored more than 500 research publications in peer-reviewed National and International journals. He has edited/authored 34 books. Dr. Xavier Riaud serves as Editorial board member for more than 80 International/National journals and reviewer for many National and International journals.
Dr. Xavier Riaud's research intersest are history of dentistry, history of medicine, forensic dentistry, sports dentistry.
Dr. Zhongren Zhou is a Professor and Chief of GI pathology with subspecialized service on both GI and cytopathology at Rutgers University. He was a Director of Cytopathology at Washington University and a Director of Tissue Bank at University of Rochester. Their research is supported by a R01 and Genome Canada grants. He also developed a new method to prevent and treat the dilated intercellular junction induced by bile acid in in vitro and in vivo GERD models, which will be supported by new NIH R01 grant in 2020. In addition, he is involved in multiple clinical and basic research projects with collaboration. For example, He collaborates with Dr. Que at Division of Digestive & Liver Disorders at Columbia University to identify the Barrett’s Esophagus from transitional basal cells at the squamous-columnar junction, which was published in Nature. He was also involved in academic activities such as NCI TCGA GI committee and their TCGA groups published one Nature and one Nature Genetics papers. In addition, he was a member of Research and Current Concepts Committee for many years to review abstracts and presentation for Awards in American Society of Cytopathology. He teaches medical students, residents, fellows and PhD graduates. He had his surgical pathology fellow training at MD Anderson Cancer Center and cytopathological fellow at Baylor Medical College. His resident training was at Boston University Medical Center. He also had a research postdoctoral fellow training at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a research instructor at Brigham Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Zhongren Zhou’s research focuses on early diagnosis of esophageal carcinoma and precancerous lesions by cytology and genomic sequencing methods.
Dr. Sun Yi Yang, throughout the duration of her career, 8 years of research and development with the faculty of Newcastle University in Austria and New York Stony Brook University in the U.S. in order to strengthen the capacity of nursing students through problem-based learning methods and nursing education.
Awards: Best presenter of 2019 Annual scientific meeting of Korean Society for Simulation in Healthcare Top downloaded article 2017-2018 from Public Health Nursing.
Creative Nursing Education, Neonatal and Child Health Nursing, Educational Methodologies.
Dr. Jia Liu MD PhD is a Reviewer for Archives of Medical Research, American Journal of Medical Case Reports, International Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, Journal of Thyroid Disorders & Therapy. He is a Member of Editorial board for World Journal of Oncology Research, Clinics in Surgery Journal, Journal of Endocrinology Research, American journal of Angiology and Surgery, Reports in Thyroid Research.
He is a Professor of Jilin University. He has studied in Tokyo Medical and Dental University in Japan, University of Pittsburgh in USA and The Ohio State University in USA. And he has worked in clinic near 20 years as a surgeon. At present, he has published more than 70 papers.
Dr. Jia Liu is specialized in diagnosis and treatment of thyroid, parathyroid and other kinds of benign and malignant disease of neck.
Dr. Xu Chen currently has 11 publications. She has a Bachelor’s of Art in Biology and a Master’s of science in Exercise Physiology from the College of St. Scholastica up in Northern Minnesota. Also, she has been working on a Doctoral in Psychology for the past eight years. Currently, she is a performing artist around the homeless shelters in Boston. Also, she has been actively joining international meetings.
University of the Rockies and the College of St. Scholastica, USA
Dr. Orlando J. Castejón is a Neuroscientist and Emeritus Professor of Biological Research Institute, Faculty of Medicine, Zulia University in Venezuela. He is the author of more than 200 research original and review articles published in national and international journals, and authors of six books on Scanning Electron Microscopy, Biopathology of Neurons, Comparative and correlative microscopy of cerebellar cortex, Electron microscopy of human brain edema, The synapses in normal and pathological entities and The Neuroglial cells. Dr. Castejón is a Professor of postgraduate courses of Cellular Neurobiology, Electron Microscopy, Clinical Neuroscience and Cognitive Neuroscience at the Zulia University.
At the present time Dr. Castejón is devoted to the study neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative diseases.
Idih Favour Moses is a Faculty Member and a Researcher with the Department of Biochemistry, Kogi State University, Nigeria. He is a Medical Biochemist with interest in infectious disease, phytomedicine and cancer research.
He has reviewed manuscripts for various Journals, these are captured on publon. He is a member of the Society for Basic Clinical Toxicology Nigeria.
Infectious disease, Phytomedicine and Cancer research.
Dr. Osama M. Ibrahim got his B.Sc. Degree from University of Tanta in 1978, then received two scholarships and obtained his Master Degree & Ph.D. Degrees in Clinical Pharmacy from the University of the Pacific, School of Pharmacy, Stockton, California, U.S.A. He was the first faculty staff to hold a Ph.D. degree in Clinical Pharmacy field in entire Egyptian Universities. He worked as clinical pharmacy professor teaching didactic & practical courses, in addition working as a cardiovascular drugs consultant in Riyadh (1990-1996) & in Jeddah, KSA (2004-2010) and in Tanta University Hospital, Tanta, Egypt tell now. He established Clinical Pharmacy PHARM. D. Program in Egypt back in 1997 and Clinical Pharmacy Diploma in 2012 to date. Teaching Courses for both undergraduate & postgraduate pharmacy students at Tanta University, Ein-shams University, October 6 University, Misr International University, Zagazeg University, Damanhur University, Kafr Elsheik University (Egypt). Teaching Courses for both undergraduate & postgraduate pharmacy students at King Saud University, Riyadh, and King Abdul-Aziz University, Jeddah (kingdom of Saudi Arabia).
Dr. Osama M. Ibrahim’s research interest is in the area of Cardiovascular Disorders; Cancer Research; Applied Pharmacokinetics; Drug Information; and Clinical Trials & Research.
Sanitarian RAIMI, Morufu Olalekan 10 years’ career includes expertise in environmental health ethics and policy, emergency preparedness and response, environmental health informatics, environmental auditing, monitoring and scanning, Health Impact Assessment (HIA). A registered and licences environmental health officer. Sanitarian Raimi Morufu Olalekan received his M.Phil in Environmental Health Science from Kwara State University in August 2018 and MSc in Environmental Health Management from the University of Uyo in March 2017, Diploma in Environmental Health from Public Health Training Institute and Bsc in Geography and Environmental Management from Niger Delta University.
He has taught classes at the Niger Delta University (department of community medicine), University of Maiduguri (department of geography), University of Uyo (center for wetlands and waste management studies) and Kwara State University (department of environmental health). He also has many publications to his credit. His taught courses include: Anthropogenic climate, Introduction to Environmental Health, Waste Management, Environmental Air Pollution and Human Health, Environmental Land Pollution and Human Health, Demography, Disaster Management, The Socio-Economic Environment, Biological and Physical Environment etc.
He is currently a doctoral student in the department of environmental health sciences, Kwara State University, Malete, Nigeria. Currently, he is conducting research on cumulative impact assessment of air quality and assessment of digital debris management in health Institutions in South-South, Nigeria. He has written a book related to water pollution in the Niger Delta title: Assessment of Trace Elements in Surface and Ground Water Quality (Lambert academic publishing 2017, First edition). Also, he is a member of several editorial board viz: American Journal of Environmental Sciences, American Public Health Association (APHA), Plos One, Heliyon, Earth Science & Environment Research Journal (OMSP International) and Science Publishing Group etc.
His current research interests focus on pollution control management, water pollution and management, Environmental Impact Assessment, Waste management, institutional capacity building, policy and governance issues, environmental management, risk and vulnerability assessment, hazard mitigation, and resilience building.
Dr. Margarita Chacin-Fuenmayor is a Chartered Health Psychologist. She is having over 13 years experience working with children and adults in Hospital setting, private practice and research. She holds a Master in Health and Clinical Psychology; Higher Institute of Psychology Studies; ISEP formation (Barcelona-Spain) and a Bachelor degree in Psychology Universidad Rafael Urdaneta (Venezuela).
She is a Practitioner Health Psychologist registered with the HCPC and holds the Chartered Status with the British Psychological Society. She has been invited to more than 30 international conferences.
Dr. Margarita Chacin-Fuenmayor’s main areas of research are Psychooncology, Psychoneuroinmunology, Grief, Paliative Care, Chronic Pain, OCD, Psychotherapy, IPA methodology, ACT therapy and Fatherhood.
Dr. Ayat Masoud Omar Masoud is an Assistant Professor of Maternity and Neonatal Health Nursing, Fayoum University. Now she is Associate Professor at college of Applied Medical Sciences, Jouf University, KSA. She holds a Master’s and PhD degree in Obstetrics and Gynecological Nursing from Assiut University, Egypt.
Women’s health, Evidence based care, Obstetrics and Gynecological nursing, Maternity nursing, Neonatal health care.
Dr. Ezeldine Abdalhabib is an Associate Professor of Hematology. He is Supervisor of Scientific Research at the College of Applied Medical Sciences, Jouf University, Saudi Arabia. Basically, a Medical Laboratory Scientist, he holds a Master’s degree in Hematology and Immunohematology from Sudan University of Science and Technology, Sudan, and a PhD in Hematology from Al-Neelain University, Sudan. Recently, Dr. Ezeldine focuses on Molecular Hematology research, essentially aiming to understand the genetic bases hematological malignancies. The team that he currently leads is working on Genetic patterns of Leukemia.
Dr. Adeloye Opeyemi has completed his PhD at the age of 30 years from University of Jos and postdoctoral studies from University of Medical Science. He is the director and Founder of Rosad Neurodegenerative disease Research and Foundation Centre Jos, a non governmental organization. He has published more than 47 papers in reputed journals and has been attended different conferences, seminar and symposium home and abroad.
Dr. Adeloye Opeyemi’s area of research interest is Neurodegenerative disease/Neurological disease.
Rosad Neurodegenerative Disease Research Institute, Nigeria
Dr. Rodis D. Paparodis received his MD title from the University of Patras, Greece in 2004. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at University of Chicago/Weiss Memorial Hospital in 2010. He performed a year of research in PCOS and Women's Health for a year at Northwestern University in Chicago, IL. In 2011 he joined the University of Wisxonsin for a felowship in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism. Since 2013 he is leading a team of researchers at Patras Institute of Endocrine Research, while working at the same time as a Visiting Professor at the University of Toledo in Toledo, OH, USA. In the past few years he published several studies regarding the relationship between Hashimoto's disease and differentiated thyroid cancer. At the same time, he continued his research on PCOS and diabetes risk. Finally, he performed research on the relationship between thyroid disease and bone metabolism.
Thyroid cancer, Bone metabolism/ Osteoporosis, PCOS, Vitamin D.
Department of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism
University of Toledo, Greece
Dr. Farhan Khalid graduated with honors from King Edward Medical University, the most prestigious medical school in Pakistan affiliated with the largest tertiary care Mayo Hospital, Lahore. After graduation, Dr. Khalid worked for a year in a secondary healthcare department and went to the United States of America for the pursuit of residency training. Dr. Khalid is currently working as a part of teaching faculty in Rai Medical College, Sargodha. Farhan has more than 25 publications which have been published in various international journals.
Dr. Farhan Khalid’s areas of research interest are Internal Medicine, Hematology & Oncology and Infectious Diseases.
Dr. Jitendra Upadhyaya is an experienced professional with background in Food Science, Microbiology and Biotechnology research based on antioxidant, nutritional and neutraceutical properties of natural products and a graduate from Moscow State University of Biotechnology, Moscow Russia and Chonbuk National University, South Korea with 8 years of International experience in National and international standards, regulations, sampling procedures and statistics with proven ability of consistently complete the project ahead of time. He has research patent, which is internationally recognize and awarded for outstanding performance.
Dr. Samya Hegazy is Assistant Professor of pediatric nursing - Jouf University, Nursing department coordinator, coordinator of program and planes and academic affair committee – college of applied medical sciences. Basically a pediatric nursing specialist, he holds a Master’s and a PhD degree in pediatric nursing from the University of Tanta, faculty of nursing, Egypt. His postdoctoral researches are in the same specialty.
Dr. Charalampos Tsakiris graduated Medical School in 2020 (University of Ioannina), and currently attends the MSc Medical Research and Methodology (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki). Dr. Tsakiris has been a joint first author in peer-reviewed publications and actively collaborates with the Neurosurgical institute of the University Hospital of Ioannina, in the subject of neurosurgery and neuroimaging and has more than 10 presentations in national and international Congresses. Dr. Tsakiris is currently applying for foundation posts in the NHS, and meanwhile gaining experience as a medical doctor in a rehabilitation center. Dr Tsakiris is also known for his chess skills, crowned the World Amateur Chess Champion in 2012.
Dr. Anthony Ka Lun CHEUNG (DPhil, FIBMS, MRSB) is the Chief Scientific Officer of Pure Asia Biotech Limited, a food and health biotech company located at Hong Kong Science Park, Hong Kong. With his concentration in immunology, he is also experienced in immunoassay development and validation for clinical trials. He obtained his DPhil in Medical Sciences at University of Oxford, and BSc and MPhil in Biochemistry at Chinese University of Hong Kong. He published a list of research articles in the areas of cutaneous immunology, diagnostic device, and nano-toxicology. He is a Fellow of Institute of Biomedical Science (FIBMS), a Member of Royal Society of Biology (MRSB), and an Executive Committee member of Royal Society of Biology Hong Kong Branch.
Dr. Anthony Ka Lun CHEUNG is specialised in discovery, purification, characterisation, and manufacture of natural bioactive proteins/peptides and compounds for anti-COVID and cancer prevention, as well as oral supplement and skin health products.
Dr. Ramy Hassan Agwa is an Assistant Professor of Internal medicine, Hepatology and Gastroenterology at Al Baha university, Al Baha, Saudi Arabia. He is a Lecturer of Hepatology, Gastroenterology and Endoscopy at Mansoura faculty of medicine, Mansoura, Egypt. He worked as a consultant of Hepatology and Gastroenterology at Egyptian Liver Research Institute and Hospital (ELRIAH), Mansoura, Egypt. He holds a Master’s degree in Internal Medicine from Mansoura Faculty of Medicine, Mansoura, Egypt and a MD in Internal Medicine / Hepatology and Gastroenterology from Mansoura Faculty of Medicine, Mansoura University, Mansoura, Egypt where he also had his training at Mansoura University Hospitals; mainly Specialized Medical Hospital and Emergency Hospital. Ramy’s areas of research are hepatology and gastroenterology where he had his thesis and where he published original articles and case reports about viral hepatitis, liver fibrosis and gastrointestinal endoscopy. Ramy’s current researches are involving hepatitis B, liver fibrosis and endoscopy.
Saif Badran, MD, MRCSEd. A senior plastic surgery resident at Hamad General Hospital- HMC, who graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Jordan in 2015 with a Certificate of Merit and High Appreciation for his extra-curricular activities in the field of community service. Dr. Badran was a surgical resident at the American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUBMC) shortly before joining the residency program of Plastic Surgery at Hamad General Hospital in 2016.
Dr. Badran is currently a member of the Royal College of Surgeons- Edinburgh (MRCSEd) and an active member of the Scientific Reference and Research Taskforce (SSRT) at the ministry of public health (MOPH) in Qatar. Currently, Dr. Badran is being nominated as the best performing Plastic Surgery Resident (2020), Plastic Surgery Representative for the Clinical Practice Guideline Committee (2019), and HMC Trainees Council Quality and Patient’s Safety Committee Chairperson (2019).
Dr. Badran has attended several training clerkships and courses in different countries like the USA, Germany, Lebanon, Jordan, and India and has several published articles in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery with several national and international conference presentations.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Clinical Epidemiology.
Dr. Walaa Mohammedsaeed graduated from Faculty of Medical & Human Sciences, University of Manchester, UK with PhD degree in Clinical Biochemistry. Currently, she is working at Taibah University, Madinah, Saudi Arabia, as Assistant Professor and working also as Vice Dean of Medical Applied Science collage since 2016. She is a professional registration at Saudi Arabia commission for health as Clinical Biochemistry Specialist. A supervisor for a scientific experience office (growth and development for health consultations).
She is having experiences in curriculum development, development of learning outcomes and developing goals and objectives of Clinical Laboratory Science program. Improving student experience and helping students develop the skills required to understand and work in a modern research environment, especially in clinical biochemistry research. Adopting quality strategy, disseminating quality culture, and encouraging group work in my college and university. Improving the research field especially in developing technologies for treatment different public health diseases. She has many published papers in theses researcher area in many high impact factors journals.
Dr. Walaa Mohammedsaeed is interested in skin diseases and how it responds to the environment. She is also studying the skin microbiota. She is also interested in major body systems and how they interact in biology and medicine. These include the endocrine, gastrointestinal systems, and their roles in metabolic and inflammatory diseases, notably diabetes and obesity. These are major current health issues and a unifying focus of much of her work. She is also having research in clinical nutrition, and molecular biology.
Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, College of Medical Applied Science
Taibah University, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Rosario Ching-López is a Radiation Oncology consultant at Virgen de las Nieves Hospital, Granada, Spain. She is part of both the Breast Cancer and Gynecological Cancer Units. Mainly interested in clinical practice, she holds a Master’s degree in Gynecologic Oncology and she is an expert in Oncology Aesthetics. During her residency, she performed a rotating internship in the Sarcomas and Gamma Knife teams at Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, Canada, as well as at Institut Català d'Oncología (ICO), Barcelona, Spain, focusing on interstitial brachytherapy. She has received several grants to continue her research, and she is now working to leverage her training.
Radiation Oncology and holistic approach to cancer.
Dr. Mahmoud Abughoush is Professor in the Food science and Nutrition. He is the Dean of Applied Medical Sciences College at the Hashemite University/ Jordan since 2017. He has completed his PhD in Food Chemsitry, food Safety and Processing and minor in Nutrition in 2003 from Kansas State University/USA. He has published more than 35 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of many scientific Journals. Dr. Abughoush has a long experience of training in many fields including Food production and processing, Product development, Food safety, HACCP and ISO 22000, Quality control and sensory analysis training programs. Dr. Abughoush has also a long consultation experience in many fields of Food production problems detection, Food safety and quality controlling issues service, Food product developments. Dr. Abughoush has an excellent consultation experience in different food industrial sectors mainly with the faculty for each factory program (FFF, University of Jordan). Dr. Mahmoud H Abughoush earned his B.Sc. in Nutrition and Food Science from The University of Jordan, 1989 and his M. Sc. in Food Science from The University of Jordan, 1992. Dr. Abughoush is currently Professor at the department of clinical nutrition and Dietetics, Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences. He has been teaching courses in Food Science, Food Safety, Food Chemistry, Nutrition and Health. From 1992-2000, Dr. Abughoush worked as a manager for food quality control labs at the Ministry of Health/ Jordan. During his Ph. D study, Dr. Abughoush worked as campus sanitarian at Health Safety department/ Kansas State University USA.
Research in food products development and sensory evaluation (using Hydrocolloids and protein combinations in Mayonnaise, Beverage production, Ice cream, cakes, extruded products, chips, dairy products); Food products and Human Health (caffeine consumption and chronic diseases); Evaluate the effect of gums and proteins (whey protein concentrate, wheat protein....etc) in combination on the surface, emulsions properties, and Sensory properties of a fluid food system; Model, identify, and predict the surface properties of a protein-gum interactions using a fuzzy clustering model; Research in food engineering, Extrusion, rheology, food microstructure imaging, structure-texture relationships; Food analysis, Develop a rapid and reliable estimation method using techniques such as near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) and imaging to study the characteristics of food products; Providing expert consulting services for food production industry.
Dr. Jorge Felix Companioni Rosildo is an Assistant Neurosurgeon and Professor of Neurosurgery in Cuba. He graduated as specialist of Neurosurgery, 1st degree from the Institute of medicine at Havana and get his tittle of specialist of Neurosurgery, 2nd degree from the Institute of medicine at Villa Clara. He holds a Master degree in Medical emergency from University of Sancti. Spiritus Cuba. At present he has a PhD in intracranial aneurysm ongoing from the Institute of medicine at Villa Clara Cuba. Dr Jorge Felix worked for 7 years in Africa at Clinica Multiperfil of Luanda Angola and Maputo Central Hospital in Mozambique. He had focused on general Neurosurgery, Pediatric Neurosurgery Spinal Neurosurgery, Trauma and vascular Neurosurgery. Jorge Felix`s PhD thesis investigates factors of rupture in intracranial aneurysms.
Dr. Guido M. Filippi is a Medical Doctor and Associated Professor in Human Physiology at the Catholic University in Rome. He holds a documented scientific expertise in muscle spindle physiology, muscle function and effects of focal vibration on motor function and performances in healthy and diseased people. In this last topic, attention was focused on the applicative possibilities of such approach and on the underlying physiological mechanisms, particularly on the central motor control modulation. Studies were performed about the effects of the focal vibration in subjects showing positive (contractures, spasticity) and negative (weakness, asthenia, hypotonia) deficits, as well as on healthy, young, adult and elderly subjects. The possible role of positive after effects of focal vibration on the sensory compartment and the space perception were too explored.
All the research was focused on the muscle spindle role, the muscle function and the possibility of acting on the central motor control by acting on muscle spindle through specific vibratory signals.
Dr. Hanan Selim is a Doctorate of Pharmacy and founder of Healology neuroscience system. She is the researcher and founder of Healology system and, CEO of Healology wellness group at the Healology health and wellness academy, she holds a doctorate of clinical pharmacy from St. John’s University New York. Her Healology research study and tools are recognized by the American institute of business psychology. Her Healology trainings and certification programs have won international awards and are accredited by the global trainers federation. Due to her research and knowledge in Healology work, she is recognized by global gurus in health and wellness as the most influential thought leader in wellness. Recently, Dr. Hanan’s focus has shifted to wellness practitioner certifications that’s essentially aimed at understanding the scientific bases of the therapeutic effects of the mind-brain-organ connection that has proved revolutionary in health and well-being transformations without any conventional medicine protocols or invasive measures. The team of Healology practitioners that she currently leads is working on clients with diabetes, obesity, some autoimmune diseases and mental health issues. Dr. Hanan’s work for the last 17 years has been investigating the regulation of chronic condition expression by environmental stressors that silently compound and affect the human body physically and psychologically that she now calls “chronic -bio-disruptors”. This ground breaking work allowed her system to get to the root cause behind many of the growing world health issues that other conventional protocols have been giving yo-yo results. The Healology scientific system has allowed to quickly resolve the chronic bio-disruption root cause leading to natural auto-regulation back to health.
Dr. Desmond Omane Acheampong (PhD in Microbiological and Biochemical Pharmacy) is a Vice-Dean, School of Allied Health Sciences, University of Cape Coast, Ghana. Institutional address: Department of Biomedical Sciences, School of Allied Health Sciences, College of Health and Allied Sciences, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana. Dr. Desmond Omane Acheampong is specialized in Clinical Microbiology and Immunology.
Clinical Microbiology, Immunology/Immunotherapy, Antibody/Protein Engineering for diagnosis and therapy, Drug discovery studies for Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases management, Blood transfusion as immunotherapeutic procedure.
Dr. Abdullah AlQahtani is an Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology, surgical Retina and Ocular Oncology in King Saud bin Abdul-Aziz University for Health Science and he is also Head of Ophthalmology in King Abdul-Aziz Medical City-Jeddah. Ass/Prof AlQahtani having obtained his MBBS from King Faisal University, received his ophthalmology training in Paris University (2006-2010) and was institute Curie (Paris) fellow for Ocular Oncology (2011). He is also St-Augustinus hospital (Antwerp) fellow for Surgical Retina (2012). He has publications and many invited lectures on worldwide. He was chosen to represent the kingdom in Arabic physics exam. Ass/Prof AlQahtani is Ophthalmology Board-Jeddah examiner. He also obtained the prince Fahad bin Sultan award in scientific Excellency. He is also a Planning committee member of the Retina World Congress, Chair of Organization and Retina committee in RED SEA Symposium.
Ass/Prof ALQahtani’s current research interests include retina and cataract surgical trials, ocular oncology and Uveitis. He is an investigator in King Abdullah international medical research center.
King Saud bin Abdul-Aziz University for Health Science, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Krasimir Dzhinsov is a cardiologist and electrophysiologist in University Hospital Sveti Georgi-Plovdiv, Bulgaria. He is head of the Electrophysiology Unit in the Interventional Cardiology Department. Dr. Dzhinsov has graduated from Medical University of Plovdiv with Academic Honors. He has completed his cardiology fellowship in University Hospital Sveti Georgi-Plovdiv, Bulgaria, and his electrophysiology fellowship in National Heart Hospital in Sofia, Bulgaria. Dr. Dzhinsov has visited many leading electrophysiology labs across Europe, where he gained knowledge and experience. He holds Full certificate in Cardiac Electrophysiology from European Hearth Rhythm Association (EHRA) and European Society of Cardiology (ESC). Dr. Dzhinsov is National Ambassador for EHRA Young EP group and is a chair of the control commission of National Heart Rhythm Association in Bulgaria. His current research is in the field of catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation, aiming in obtaining durable pulmonary vein isolation and reducing arrhythmia recurrence.
Atrial fibrillation, catheter ablation, supraventricular and ventricular arrhythmias, cardiac resynchronization therapy and implantable cardioverter defibrillators.
Dr. Marcos Altable Pérez M.D. earned his Bachelor’s degree in Medicine with honors (2000). He is affiliated to Faculty of Medicine, University of Cantabria, Spain, a Neurologist formed at University Hospital Marqués de Valdecilla (Santander); Msc Pediatric Neurology and Neurodevelopment Disorders; MSc Neurology; MSc Neuropsychology; ADHD and child psychology specialist.
He was born in Santander (Spain) where he studied Medicine and started his doctorate. He was trained in Neurology at the Marqués de Valdecilla University Hospital in Santander.
Since then he has dedicated his time to the practice of clinical neurology, to publications in various spaces (scientific journals and congresses at national and international level, newspapers, books, web pages, etc.) and the continuous study and updating in Neurology, Neuropediatrics, Neuropsychology and Child Psychology, as well as in diagnoses by neurophysiology and ultrasound.
He currently resides in Ceuta where he founded and directed Neuroceuta, a project specialized in the care, diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases in an interdisciplinary way, immersed in various studies on ADHD, dysphasias, Parkinson disease, Alzheimer’s disease and COVID-19.
In the last six months, he is the author of 11 published articles (several Q1, Q2 journals) and two books about Neurology and COVID-19. Besides, he is an editor and reviewer of multiple scientific journals.
ADHD, dysphasias, Parkinson disease, Alzheimer’s disease and COVID-19.
Dr. Moawiya A. Haddad is an Associate Professor, Food Scientist holding his PhD in nutrition and food technology in the field of food safety, functional food and food product development. His experience was extended for more than twenty years. His work was concentrated on food
product development, shelf life extension of fermented dairy products and probiotics research.
He was appointed at Al-Balqa Applied University (BAU) since 2003. He worked as food consultant for Jordanian Foodstuffs merchants association from 2003-2005 and represent merchants in different governmental committees such as Jordanian standards and Jordanian
FDA. He is the team leader of sensory evaluation of olive oil in Jordan and a panel leader recognized by IOC-Madrid since 2017. Dr. Moawiya published more than 40 articles in the scientific and peer reviewed international journals in the fields of food safety, food microbiology, food product development, shelf life extension, dairy technology, functional
foods and probiotics, food biotechnology, phenolic compounds, functional peptides and nutritional assessment. Now I have two Springer books under publication related to food traceability of Jordanian traditional food. At Sep 2018, Dr. Moawiya was appointed as a head of
the department of nutrition and food processing, and still on his position until now. He also works as the vice chairman for the Jordanian dietetic association (JDA) between 2016-2019, and the vice chairman for the Jordanian society for sensory evaluation of food (JSSEF). He is a member in different local and international scientific societies like an Ambassador
for Global Harmonization intiative (GHI), represent BAU at EFFoST, and a membership of ISEKI. Dr. Moawiya has been involved also in various teaching, researches and training duties at graduate and undergraduate levels at BAU.
Dr. Moawiya A. Haddad taught food safety, food microbiology, dairy technology, food technology, food product development, and nutritional assessment subjects.
Dietetician C?lescu Roxana-Elena is currently professing in Medical Oncology field. She is in charge of patients with cancer, but also contributing in children’s diabetes prevention in an international project.
Basically a Dietitian, she holds a diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics, a Master’s degree in Nutrition and Quality of life from the University of Cluj-Napoca, Iuliu Hatieganu Medicine and Farmacy Faculty, a Master’s degree in the Management of the Animal Origin Products from the University of Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of Animal Science and Biotehnology.
Recently, C?lescu focused on providing nutritional support to those undergoing chemotherapy, immunotherapy, radiotherapy or hormonotherapy in order to cure cancer. Her activity is based on fighting the adverse reaction of these therapies, supporting weight lost in obese patients with cancer and decreasing the risk of cachexia specific in several types of cancers.
Her contribution in children’s diabetes prevention is a team work, provided by doctors, dietitians, physiotherapist and psychologist, based on 6 visits in order to change the lifestyle of the whole family and reduce obesity in children.
Nutrition in Cancer, Nutrition in Metabolic Diseases.
Dr. Adilson de Oliveira, is a Researcher in Neurosurgery, Peripheral nerves surgery and Medical education. He is researcher of Centro de estudos avançados em formação e educação medica, Agostinho Neto University (Luanda, Angola), At this moment his in Phd program of Neurology department of São Paulo University medical school (USP). Recently, Dr. De Oliveira focus has shifted to neuroinflation research, essentially aimed at understanding the application of neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio in neuroscience. The team that he currently leads is working on primary and secondary research on this field.
Neurosurgery, Peripheral nerves surgery and Medical education.
Currently Mr. Roger MUREMYI is a PhD student in Data science, in option of Actuarial Sciences, since October 2017 and His PhD Research is entitled " Machine Learning approaches for predicting the out of pocket expenditures on health services in Rwanda".
Mr. Roger Muremyi is a master’s Holder in Statistical Modelling and Actuarial Sciences obtained from University of Rwanda Since 2014. He earned his Bachelor degree in Applied Mathematics, from National University of Rwanda 2009. He is a Lecturer at University of Rwanda, School of Economics, Department of Applied Statistics where he teaches the modules including Quantitative Methods, Business Mathematics, Basic Mathematics and Multivariate Analysis, Construction and Evaluation of Actuarial Models, Advanced Mathematics and Statistics for Economists Since 2015.
He is active researcher in Actuarial Sciences and Econometrics analysis where at least 5 publications have been published in international peer-reviewed journals. He spent four years at Catholic Institute of Kabgayi where he taught Mathematics for economists, Descriptive Statistics, econometrics and Business Mathematics since 2012 up to 2015.
He worked as Tutorial Assistant of General Mathematics in Land Survey Department at INES Ruhengeli since 2012-2013. Before spending four years in higher learning institutions, He worked as a teacher of Mathematics at Groupe Scolaire Remera Rukoma and College Appec Remera Rukoma at Kamonyi Disdrict Since 2007-2012.
Roger has demonstrated enthusiasm for strengthening partnerships and collaboration within the academia, coupled with a strong commitment to diversity and intellectual adventurism. And he is able to think independently and analytically.
Pension Schemes, Insurance, Actuarial Sciences, Biostatistics, Time Series and Econometrics Analysis, Differential Geometric, Mathematical and Statistical modeling.
Dr. Immanuel Azaad Moonesar R.D., the Associate Professor- Health Administration and Policy and Research Leader of Health Policy is from one of the Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago. His qualifications include a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Health Services: Leadership (Superior Distinction) from Walden University, USA; Master of Quality Management (Distinction) from the University Of Wollongong Australia (UOW); a Postgraduate Diploma in Institutional Community Nutrition & Dietetics (Distinction) & a Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology: Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of West Indies (UWI), Trinidad & Tobago. He is also the Managing Director, at “I AM Consulting” (Trinidad & Tobago, Caribbean), in addition to, the role of the President (Chapter Chair) and Executive Board member of the Academy of International Business – Middle East North Africa (AIB-MENA) Chapter. He is also a Registered Dietitian and possesses professional certifications in ‘NEBOSH Occupational Health and Safety’, ‘Project Management: Certified Business Professional (CBP)’ and ‘Quality Management System Internal Auditors (ISO 9001:2008)’. He has published in over 105 publications in peer-reviewed journal articles, peer-reviewed international conferences, co-authored books and book chapters thus far.
His PhD dissertation manuscript was entitled: The Role of UAE Health Professionals in Maternal and Child Health Policy.
Dr. Immanuel Azaad Moonesar’s career experience includes quality assurance and management, nutrition and dietetics, health & safety, teaching and institutional research. While, his research interest is in public policy, healthcare management & leadership, maternal & child health, health policy and innovation, nutrition, and quality management.
Dr. Zhiwei Ye, Assistant professor, at Department of Pharmacology, Medical university of South Carolina, USA, has strong background in preclinical drug development in cancer research. He received his PhD at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium in 2009, for his work on drug transporter and metabolism enzyme mediated drug-drug interaction. He then pursued his postdoctoral research at Karoliniska Institute in Sweden, focusing on anti-cancer effects of statin through activation of Akt signaling. Since 2012 he has worked as at Redox Analytical Core of Medical University of South Carolina in USA and worked on unfolded protein response and cancer drug resistance, and redox platform based cancer drug development. He also services as executive editor of Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy.
Dr. Giuseppe Ciaburro holds a PhD in environmental technical physics, along with two master's degrees in Chemical Engineering and Acoustics and Noise Control. He is also a lecturer at Pegaso International Higher Education Institution, Malta for the master’s degree in Informatics. His research was focused on machine learning applications in the study of urban sound environments. He works at the Built Environment Control Laboratory at the Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Italy. He has over 20 years' professional experience in programming (Python, R, and MATLAB), first in the field of combustion, and then in acoustics and noise control. He has several publications to his credit.
Machine learning; Deep Learning; Data Mining; Statistical Analysis; Classification, Clustering, Supervised and unsupervised methods, Reinforcement Learning, Acoustics; Sound; Digital Signal Processing; Sound Analysis; Audio Signal Processing; Noise Analysis; Acoustic Analysis; Noise exposure, Noise pollution.
Adrian Colomer Winter is the CEO of Productos agrícolas del alto Piura (Agricultural products of the high Piura) and working under the project “Introduction of a preenzymatic treatment and a rapid vacuum cooking system for the reduction of 50%acrylamide in carob syrup, and exportation to the German market.
Adrian Colomer Winter is MBA and Master in Social Comunication of Scientific Research. He works as a thesis advisor and jury for the Universidad Privada del Norte in Peru.
Business Administration, Biofairtrade, Psychologie and Nutrition, Marketing Intelligence.
Dr. Giselle Manica is a clinical psychologist, a graduate of the Federal University of Santa Catarina in Psychology, with an MSc in Social Psychology from the same university. She is also a Specialist in Public Health and a Specialist in Brazilian Family Health Programme from the Federal University of Santa Catarina. She holds an MA in Mysticism and Religious Experiences, from the University of Kent/UK, and a PhD in Psychoanalytic Studies from the University of Essex/UK. Dr. Giselle Manica is a published author by Routledge London, and her book is entitled: Symbolic Mental Representations in Arts and Mystical Experiences: Primordial Mental Activity and Archetypal Constellations (July/2020).
Affective Neuroscience, Cognitive Neuroscience, Psychoanalysis, Jungian and post-Jungian studies, Cognitive Linguistics, Analytical Psychology, Anthropology of Consciousness, Art-therapy, Attachment theory, Embodied Cognition, Philosophy of Psychology, Philosophy of Language, Forensic Sciences.
Dr. Eman Elsayed Bauomey Mohamed is an Assistant Professor of psychiatric and mental health nursing. She is an Assistant Professor in Nursing Department, College of applied medical sciences / Jouf University, Jouf, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. She is a Lecturer in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Department, Faculty of Nursing, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt. She holds a Bachelor of Nursing Science with honor level from Faculty of Nursing, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt.
Psychiatric mental health nursing, Nursing sciences.
Department of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
Ain Shams University, Egypt
Dr. Fernando Ortiz is a medical doctor from Ecuador who graduated in 2019. This year he is applying for a residency position in the United States in neurology. At the moment, he has written 11 articles, eight of them as the first author. Research makes him a passionate doctor. He thinks that we should always be investigating and be curious we the topics that call our attention. Fernando has written articles on ALS, Parkinson's disease, stiff-person syndrome, stroke, tuberous sclerosis, Wilson's disease, babesiosis, and multiple system atrophy.
Nevertheless, the topic interests him the most memory and attention. This topic plays an essential role in Alzheimer's disease. He thinks that we should not care about memory and attention only when there is a problem; we should always try to compete and improve every day. In the future, he would like to investigate how we can improve our memory and attention to be superhumans or achieve a higher version of ourselves. He decided to be an editor of this magazine to read your papers and gather more information. He believes that we should never stop learning and helping each other as writers and researchers.
Dr. O.O. Bello began his academic and research career as a Graduate Assistant at Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria, a position awarded to him on the ground of his outstanding performance at undergraduate. He received the award of the most intellectually stable undergraduate student and also emerged as the best graduating student at the completion of his Master of Science (M.Sc) degree programme at OOU, Nigeria. He has several years of professional academic and research experience. Within these stated years, he has obtained both national and international academic and research exposure through conferences, workshops, research, and trainings. He has actively participated in scientific research in Universities at home and abroad with most recent being North-West University, South Africa; McGill University, Montreal, and the University of Ottawa, Canada. As a seasoned academic and scientist, he has equally contributed to knowledge both at local and international levels through publications. He is a recipient of several academic awards and an academic editor to several renowned biomedical journals.
Dr. Bello has served in various sensitive positions within the University system, and he is, at the time of receiving his Curriculum vitae, a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Biological Sciences, and the Sub-Dean, Faculty of Science, University of Medical Sciences (UNIMED), Ondo State, Nigeria.
Public Health Microbiology; Medical/Pharmaceutical and Molecular Microbiology.
Department of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science
University of Medical Sciences, Nigeria
Dr. Antar Aly PhD, Research scientist at Radiation Safety Section, Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC). Dr Aly affiliated faculty in Weil Cornel Medicine- Qatar (WCM) as Assistant professor of radiation physics research in radiology.
Dr. Aly has completed and participated in several research projects as Principal investigator (PI) including the prestigious Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) supported project on radiation dose optimization in children and women undergoing medical imaging at Hamad Medical Corporation. He has demonstrated his understanding and skills in task management, problem solving and research approaches.
He has many years of experience in research, over which he published several research papers in international medical and physics journals.
Dr. Aly has worked on multiple research studies on radiation dosimetry and radiation protection in medical imaging in multiple disciplines including radiography, mammography, nuclear medicine, CT, interventional radiology and cardiology.
Dr. Eyinade is currently an Associate Professor and he has built his expertise in evaluation and passion in improving the health and wellbeing, his open and contextual evaluation model based on responsive constructivist create new pathways for improving healthcare, he has built this model after years of experience in research, evaluation, teaching and administration both in hospital and education institutions.
Dr. EL-SAYED I. ALI SALAMA, is a Professor of Pediatrics and Neonatology, Head of the department, at Menoufyia University, EGYPT, A/Consultant, neonatology, HMC, WWRC, QATAR. Responsible for teaching programs for the undergraduate and postgraduate students at: Faculty of medicine, Liver Institute and Faculty of Nursing. In Qatar, teaching students from WCM-Q and from Qatar University. Visiting Professorship at USA, California, UCSD, where he finished the MD thesis, which was in liver disease in children. He has 36 published articles, two international text books and the first series in Arabic language in pediatrics. He has an experience in animal lab, got MSc degree in clinical pharmacology, titled (a promising new drug in treatment of infantile diabetes). He is reviewer in international journals: Pediatric-oncall E- Journal, IRMMS (international research of medicine and medical science), and A/ editor and Reviewer in (Journal of Pediatrics & neonatal care). Recently interested by constructing and auditing for guidelines in diagnosis and treatment of neonatal problems.
Neonatology, Pediatric Liver Disease and Procedures: Gl, Endoscopy and its role in diagnosis and therapy.
Dr. Diptiman Choudhury is an Assistant Professor in the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology (TIET), Patiala, Punjab, India. He is the team leader of BioX, Center for Excellence of Material Science, and the coordinator of M.Sc. Biochemistry at TIET. He holds a master's degree in Biotechnology and a Ph.D. degree in Biotechnology with a specialization in anti-mitotic drugs from the University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India. After that, he did his post-doctoral research as a Postdoctoral Scientist in Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, USA, and as a researcher biologist in VA hospital, US Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Greater Los Angeles, California, USA. In TIET Dr. Choudhury is working on transdisciplinary disciplines with a great interest in various aspects of Biochemistry, Drug Development, and Delivery, Nano-biosensors, Biomedical devices development.
Wound healing, Anthelminthic Drug development, Drug delivery system, Biosensors, and Biomedical devices.
Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, India
Dr. Pooja Joshi obtained her PhD in Pharmacological Sciences from University of Milan, Italy in 2014 where her research focus was neurodegeneration, inflammation and communication of extracellular vesicles between brain cells. She moved to INSERM, Paris, France as a visiting Postdoctoral fellow and worked on multidisciplinary projects broadly in the area of perinatal brain injury and stroke, involving cell metabolism, molecular biology, and microparticle biology. She is currently Research Scientist in a leading pharmaceutical company and manages early stage to advanced stage pre- clinical projects based on drug screening for disorders related to inflammation taking advantage of basic techniques such as flow cytometry and MSD to highly sophisticated techniques like single cell RNA sequencing and bulk seq. She associates herself with freelance Scientific Writing and Illustrations along with active participation in sustainable environmental issues. She also volunteers for mentoring students in providing necessary career guidance.
Dr. Pooja Joshi’s areas of research interest are Neurodegeneration, Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke, Dementia, Neuroimmunology, Metabolomics, Gut microbiota.
Dr. Yusuf TUTAR currently continues his research at University of Health Sciences, Turkey, Hamidiye Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Basic Pharmaceutical Sciences, Division of Biochemistry- Mektebi T?bbiye-i Sahane Turkey. He is also adjunt faculty at Molecular Oncology Program. He obtained his M.Sc. and Ph.D. at Oregon State University and Texas Tech University respectively. He pursued his postdoctoral studies at Rutgers University Medical School and National Institutes of Health (NIH/NIDDK), USA.
Dr. Yusuf TUTAR's research focuses on Biochemistry, Biophysics, Genetics, Molecular Biology, and Molecular Medicine with specialization in the fields of drug design, protein structure-function, protein folding, prion, microrna, pseudogenes, molecular cancer, epigenetics, metabolites, proteomics, genomics, protein expression and characterization by spectroscopic and calorimetric methods.
Dr. Kashif Khan graduated from Army Medical College, Rawalpindi in 2004 and received his General Surgery Fellowship degree in 2011. He underwent General Surgery training from PIMS and Polyclinic Hospital of Islamabad. He has successfully performed more than 250 cancer surgeries to date.
He was amongst the first batch of surgeons to attend the Cancer Surgery training at Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital, Lahore and was then awarded Fellowship in Surgical Oncology in 2014. Dr. Kashif Khan has led the Cancer Surgery at the Federal Government Polyclinic (PGMI) Hospital Islamabad as an Associate Surgeon (Oncology). Currently, he leads the Cancer Surgery Services at Maroof International Hospital and is an honorable member of Maroof Surgical Associates (MSA).
Being an active member of the Surgical Oncology Society of Pakistan, Dr. Kashif Khan has conducted extensive research on minimal invasive surgery for Rectal Cancer. His work has been published and recognized both locally and internationally. He has also represented Pakistan at International Cancer Conferences in Switzerland and South Africa.
Dr. Kashif Khan actively participates in Laparoscopic Surgery workshops where he has performed numerous Laparoscopic procedures for Cancer.
Dr. Jianji Chen graduated with an MS degree in Environmental Health-Toxicology in 2015 and became a junior scientist specialized in shotgun proteomics at the University of Minnesota, MN, USA, in 2015. He then moved to the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in 2016, where he started his doctoral training in epigenetics and biochemistry. His doctoral research focuses on identifying post-translational modifications (PTM)-dependent protein-protein interactions and understanding how these interactions drive signaling transduction. He began as an editorial panel member of the CPQ Medicine journal in 2020.
Identification and quantification of PTMs by LC-MS/MS; discovery of novel protein-protein interactions; epigenetics PTMs; chromatin biology.
Department of Epigenetics and Molecular Carcinogenesis
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA
Dr. Saeb is a faculty member of College of Medicine, King Saud University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the HEAD of Genetics and Microbiology Departments. He also served as the HEAD of Bioinformatics and Biotechnology Depts. and In- charge of the Microbiology Laboratory.
He earned his Ph.D. (Molecular Phylogenetics and Population Genetics) from The Ohio State University, USA,2006. With more than 25 years’ experience in different countries: Egypt, USA, and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; his research interest is focused on but not limited to Molecular Genetics, Diabetes Genetics, bacterial pathogenomics and virulence, molecular pathology, microbiome, and host-pathogen interactions.
He is a distinguished international speaker in many prestigious scientific conferences and congresses. He is the Editor-in-Chief of SOP Transaction on Inheritance and Genetic Engineering, and member of the Editorial Board of several scientific journals and an international grant reviewer. He is a lifetime member by invitation from the National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. His 52 total publications, of which several are mostly first authored, have reached 340 citations, and counting.
Dr. Saeb is known for his extraordinary scientific novel ideas which lead to the discovery of P. mirabilis SCDR1 which is the first reported spontaneous Nanosilver resistant bacterial strain. P. mirabilis SCDR1 possesses several mechanisms that may lead to the observed Nanosilver resistance and was discovered by Dr. Saeb.
During the challenging time of Covid-19 pandemic, Dr. Amr Saeb and his collaborators were invited to submit a research proposal focusing on Covid-19. Dr. Saeb singlehandedly wrote the proposal “Metagenomics approach to riposte the SARS-CoV-2 infection ambiguity: Toward identifying the culprit, Fighting the disease's susceptibility and improving the outcome”. Dr. Saeb’s proposal was among the hundreds of other submitted scientific research proposals and included in only five approved projects for funding by the KFSHRC Covid-19 taskforce committee.
Dr. Saeb has a world class scientific vision. His education, experience and research capacity and ability is indeed beyond extraordinary that he will be a great strength to any institution he will be affiliated with.
Dr. Juliza Binti Jamaludin received her B.Eng. Degree in Electrical-Instrumentation and Control in 2008. She worked as an Electrical Engineer at the Malaysian Public Work Department between 2009 and 2011, before furthering her studies for a Masters in Electrical-Mechatronics and Automatic Control, graduating in 2012, followed by a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering in 2016, all at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. Currently, she is a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia.
She is also a registered Professional Engineer (P. Eng) with the Board of Engineer Malaysia (BEM) and a registered Technologist with Malaysia Board of Technologists (MBOT). She has published more than 30 peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings, book chapters and 1 book in her research field title ‘Charge-Coupled Device-Optical Tomography System for Air Bubbles Detection’.
Dr. Juliza Jamaludin's research interest includes process tomography, imaging technology, sensor technology, instrumentation and measurement, process control and Charge-Coupled Device sensor.
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, Malaysia
Dr. Yakov Naisberg is a neurologist and psychiatrist who for the past three decades has developed and established the theory of macro biophysical neurophysiological mechanisms that govern the practice of neuromental therapy in neurology and psychiatry. He graduated from the IVANOVO School of Medicine in Russia and was influenced by Prof. Efim Steblov who was famous in training students in Topographical Neurology and taught him that mental illness is in fact a brain defect that requires finding evidence in the next generation of doctors. He completed psychoneurological training at Kostroma District Hospital and worked in a psychoneurological service in that district. In 1972, he immigrated to Israel and was accepted to end his residence in neurology at Rambam Hospital in Haifa, which is affiliated with the Technion Medical School. Shortly afterwards he completed his residency in psychiatry and received two separate degrees in neurology and psychiatry as a standard training in Western medicine. He worked at the same time in the two separate professions in psychiatry at Rambam Hospital and in neurology at the Maccabi Health Fund. He then went on to a fellowship at Stony Brook University, New York, USA on Community Psychiatry. And in Israel he worked as a senior psychiatrist in charge of developing community psychiatric satellites belonging to Rambam Medical Center and local municipal services. At the same time, he worked as a consultant psychiatrist at Kibbutzim Gush Zevulun. He graduated from the School of Psychotherapy at Rambam Hospital. He worked for many years as a lecturer at School of Nurses in the Haifa Health Bureau. He also gained extensive experience as a part-time military psychiatrist and at the same time worked as a neurologist in neurological committees for determining the percentage of disability in work injuries at the National Insurance Institute, Haifa branch. He later completed a rehabilitative psychiatric program at the Maudsley Psychiatric Center, Institute of Psychiatry in London, UK and also completed a prof. Tom's Nottingham University, UK program on psychogeriatrics (in Israel). Since 1989, he has been the Head of the Rehabilitation Department at Sha'ar Menashe Psychiatric Hospital. He obtained in 2007 - US 7,239,095 Patent B2: Diagnosis, Treatment and Research of Mental Disorders. And in 2009 – US 7, 610,919 B2 Patent: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Research of Brain Disorders. He also was engaged at Biophysical Mind Technologies (BMT) in Haifa to develop Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) therapy potentiating anti-anxiety, anti-depression & anti-migraine drug and non-drug treatment, measured with bioimpedance units. He keeps on working with Holocaust survivors with severe types of chronical post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). All these years he partially was engaged in brain-mind biophysical neurophysiological research that was realized in many scientific articles.
Dr. Obed Ofori Nyarko is a young physician who is very optimistic on the progress of the practice of medicine in developing countries and determined to find new and innovative ways of making lives better through research. He is an elite published author of numerous scientific and non-scholarly articles and grant awarded researcher.
Dr. Mujeeb Ahmed Shaikh is an Assistant Professor of Human Physiology. He is a faculty member in the college of medicine and the head of the E-learning unit at AlMaarefa University. He is a Medical teacher and holds an MD degree in Human Physiology from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. Currently working at AlMaarefa University Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Shalini is a young researcher with versatile interests in life sciences. Shalini graduated with a Ph.D. in Physiology from the University of Otago in New Zealand, where she was involved with teasing out the neural circuitry of the maternal brain in regulating the timing of birth. With such a rich experience in molecular and neuro-biology, Shalini is currently working with AbacusBio in Dunedin in the field of agriculture, farming, and livestock. In this exciting role as a Consultant, Shalini brings her transferable skills in researching, data analysis, project management, and communication to understand and research development opportunities in developing countries. Her aim, along with her group, is to empower the women through sustainable farming practices, by incorporating breeding genetics in the rural villages. In her free time, Shalini enjoys reading and painting. She is a garden enthusiast (crazy plant lady!) and maintains a house jungle in her residence.
A cytogeneticist by training, Dr. Shalini has worked on several projects that ranged from molecular biology to nanotoxicity and neuroendocrinology, all with the common goal of improving women's reproductive health.
Dr. Adeel Ur Rehman is graduated from the Dow Medical College in 2002. He completed his residency from Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation and joined Singapore General Hospital for Specialty Training in Gastroenterology & Hepatology. Subsequently, after the completion of his Specialty Training he pursued Fellowship in Interventional & Advance Endoscopy from Singapore General Hospital. Dr. Adeel Ur Rehman holds a Master Degree in Internal Medicine from National University of Singapore. He is a member of Royal College of Physicians of UK/ London, American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy ASGE and World Endoscopy Organization WEO. To further excel in this field, he pursued Specialty Certificate Examination in Gastroenterology & Hepatology from Royal College of Physicians of UK and has accreditation in European Board of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Montijo, Portugal. Established EUS services at SIUT and Now Joined AKUH faculty for further advancement in career.
Dr. Adeel Ur Rehman’s research interests are Gastroenterology/Advance endoscopy EUS ERCP.
Dr. Joby Josekutty Thoppil is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. He completed his MD/PhD training at the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center. His residency training was completed at Northwell Health Long Island Jewish Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residency Program. His PhD thesis involved deciphering the molecular mechanisms behind transaminitis in a model of fatty liver disease. He has specific interests in metabolic disease and oxidative stress.
Dr. Joby Josekutty Thoppil’s current research interest is understanding the pathogenesis of sepsis and the role of oxidative stress and metabolism in the disease.
Mr. Toyeb Yasine is an Assisstant Professor in college of medicine and health sciences, Wollo university, Ethiopia where he is actively involved in teaching and research in health system management, leadership, governance, health economics, and ethics. He received his B.Sc. in Nursing from Haramaya University and his M.P.H. in health system management from Jimma University. Prior to joining Wollo University, he was a reproductive health expert in the Regional Health Bureau. He is also a consultant and trainer in many health programs and services like family planning, prevention of mother to child transmition of HIV, newborn care, integrated management of childhood illnesses, repeoductive and sexual health, health insurance, mentorship skills, quality improvement, leadership, management, governance and related fields.
Mr. Toyeb is well known for his research on health service coverage and utilization, health insurance, health seeking behavior and maternal health services. He is the author of many articles in leading peer-reviewed journals such as PLoS ONE, International Journal of Current Research, Family Medicine and Medical Science Research, Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology. He is a life long member in Ethiopian Red Cross Association and regular member in Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia. He has written lecture notes on health economics, management and leadership.
Health care and patient satisfaction, Health improvement and quality, Health insurance and epidemiologic studies.
Mr. Fernando Ferrer is a Professor of management, international business, international law, finance, healthcare management and global strategic management in master's programs in New York, and undergraduate programs in New York and New Jersey, USA.
Mr. Ferrer is a proven life science business leader with global and international experience in strategy and planning. He is the managing partner of the American consulting firm Multinational Partnerships LLC, serving leading companies such as Pfizer, Sanofi and Eurofarma, and has held senior executive positions in companies like Roche, Celgene and Hospira. Due to his professional career, Ferrer has traveled to dozens of countries in Asia, Europe and the Americas, while living in the United States, Spain, Switzerland, Argentina and Brazil.
Professor Ferrer has MBA and BSc degrees and participated in professional training programs at Columbia University, IMD, IESE, Instituto de Empresa, and other business schools. Mr. Ferrer is an international trilingual speaker (English, Portuguese and Spanish) on rare diseases, life science and business-related topics. He is a member of two patient advocacy organizations; he is AMAVI's International Correspondent for patients suffering from rare diseases, and the Chairman of the Hispanic and Ibero-American Council at ICAN for patients suffering from cancer.
Mr. Fernando Ferrer’s research interests are towards regulations that impact on public health in Latin American countries, in particular on rare diseases and cancer, global strategic planning and alliance management.
Dr. Sarkhosh Seddighi Chaharborj is currently a Visiting Researcher in University of Carleton, Canada. He graduated with a PhD in 2010 from Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia. Dr. Sarkhosh has authored more than seventy research articles. He is on the Editorial Board of few reputed journals. Also, he is the reviewers of a number of International Journals, including Asian Journal of Research in Computer Science, IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, Journal of Bioanalysis & Biomedicine, Computer Applications in Engineering Education, Journal of Computer Science, International Journal of Mass Spectrometry, International Journal of Chemistry and Material Science and etc.
Dr. Sarkhosh Seddighi Chaharborj’s current research interests include mathematical modeling; epidemic disease modelling; transporting; numerical analysis; numerical modeling; big data; heat flow & heat transfer; applied and computational mathematics; optimization; optimal control; computational fluid dynamics; mass spectrometry; ion traps; image processing; neural network; partial and ordinary differential equations; fractional partial and ordinary differential equations; applied statistics; deterministic and stochastic systems; artificial neural network; neural network, wireless sensor networks; social and complex networks and etc.
Dr. Marcus Vitor Diniz de Carvalho is a Professor at the University of Pernambuco (2017). Graduated in Medicine (Registration at CREMEPE 10727) by the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE - 1993); Specialization in Radiology (Medical Residency - CNRM: 63251-1) by UFPE; Specialization in Occupational Medicine by UFPE; Master's in Pathology from UFPE and PhD in Health Sciences from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte. Graduated in Law from Faculdade Marista do Recife. He has been a Tender Professor at the University of Pernambuco (UPE) since 1996. Permanent member of the Faculty of the Master's Program in Forensic Skills; Medical Examiner at IMLAPC / PE. Has experience in the area of Medicine, with emphasis on Imagenologia, Medicina de Trabalho, Medicina Previdenciária e Medicina Legal. Advisor of the Master's Program in Forensic Skills at the University of Pernambuco (UPE). Former Vice-Coordinator of the Master's Program in Forensic Skills at the University of Pernambuco (UPE). 113 citations and 7.14 Impact Points in the Researchgate system.
Dr. Marcus Vitor Diniz de Carvalho works mainly in the following subjects: Diagnostic Imaging Methods (Conventional Radiology, Ultrasonography, Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance), Legal Medicine, Occupational Medicine, Forensic Sciences; Medical Expertise; READ-DORT; Biosafety (risk identification and mapping); Study and Evaluation of Trauma; as well as in the orientation of Scientific Works in these areas of activity.
Dr. Shaaban Abdallah is a Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at the University of Cincinnati. He holds a master’s and PhD degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Cincinnati where he is currently a professor. After receiving his PhD degree, he served as a faculty member at Penn State University. His research focus has been on Blood flow in artificial heart valves, stents and urinary incontinence. In addition, his research includes computational fluid dynamics in turbo-machinery components such as pumps, compressors, nozzles etc. He is currently working on development of computational fluid dynamic tools for blood flow in stents, mitigation of bladder leaks, and development of lift/thrust of unmanned and manned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
University of Cincinnati, USA
Dr. Adil O. Bahathiq had initial experience of the research tools with Professors Ian Cooke and William Ledger at University of Sheffield, U.K. Professor Bahathiq graduated from University of Sheffield in 2003. Then he involved in one year training as post-doctoral with professor Ledger W. Professor Bahathiq found new data the Fallopian tube and epididymis for his Ph.D. Then he conducted a new line of research that helped and improved the health of the community. He has developed this area after years of experience in research, evaluation, teaching and administration both in hospital and educational institutions. He promoted to be professor of Endocrinology in 2019.
Dr. Adil O. Bahathiq's area of research was clearly obvious around the metabolic syndrome, obesity and infertility area.
Dr. Francisco Costa Neto is a Urologist from Brazil, expertise in Andrology. Fellowship at UCLA School of Medicine Department of Urology, Professor of Urology at UNIFTC - Centro Universitário de Ciências e Tecnologia (University Center of Sciences and Technology) and Director of Men Clinic, Salvador, Bahia Brazil.
Dr. Ming Cheng, on Oct. 2019, he obtained his Ph.D degree from Washington University in St. Louis under the advice of Dr. Michael L Gross. There he focused on protein characterization using tandem mass spectrometry. Specially, he developed mass spectrometry based tools to illustrate the protein structure, including several important types of disease associated protein such as virus protein, monoclonal antibody and integral membrane protein. This elucidation is extremely helpful to illustrate the disease mechanism (e.g. the virus infection) and develop new therapy.
From Nov. 2019 to present, he works in Dr. Jeffery W Kelly group in Scripps research institute. His goal is to illustrate the mechanism of transthyretin amyloidosis and hope to find new therapy or biomarker to establishment of early diagnostic tactic for transthyretin amyloid disease.
His former PI, Dr. Michael L Gross, is the founding editor for Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry. During the period of his Ph.D studies, he got many opportunities to peer review papers from high-quality journals. He believes that this experience would be very helpful for him to improve his service in the editorial panel of CPQ Medicine journal.
Dr. Ming Cheng’s research interest is to develop chemical biology based tools to study the mechanism of transthyretin amyloidosis. His research projects mainly focus on transthyretin amyloidosis in patient plasma.
Dr. Satadru Lahiri is a postdoctoral associate in the Dept. of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics at Baylor College of Medicine with almost 10 years of experience in biomedical research. He completed his doctoral dissertation in Biomedical Sciences, at the Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida. He is a quick learner, a team player and always willing to learn new aspects of research. He enjoys critical thinking and hypothesis driven research design and have a solid understanding of data organization and data analysis, and possess strong communication and interpersonal abilities. He also helped both his graduate and postdoctoral mentor in grant writing, reviewing grants and manuscripts.
He served as an independent reviewer and reviewed almost 25 articles in both cardiovascular and cancer research.
Dr. Satadru Lahiri is a molecular biologist in both Cardiovascular and cancer research field working on target identification. He is intensely passionate about delving deep into the cell signaling events underlying the genetics of cardiomyopathy and exploring the mechanistic role of calcium signaling in heart failure. His long-term goals include unearthing novel therapeutic options for the prevention of heart disease.
Dr. Rumbidzai Mangoyi is a senior lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe and is currently working on enzymes from filamentous fungi for industrial use. She also specializes in ethnomedicine. Dr Mangoyi has managed to publish eleven papers with different refereed journals and has also contributed to a book chapter. She is also a reviewer who has reviewed many articles for different journals. She has attended many invited national and international conferences. She has supervised a number of postgraduate students in her laboratory. Dr. Mangoyi is an executive member of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Society of Zimbabwe.
Ethnomedicine, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
Dr. Agugo Udodiri Agatha holds a doctorate degree in Community/Public Health Nutrition. A lecturer with a Polytechnic in Nigeria. A certified Nutrition Consultant and a Resource Person with the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), Nigeria. She has great passion for attending conferences and conducting innovative research in the area of nutrition and its related fields. She has collaborated in over 17 research articles published in reputable journals. An author of a handbook, a Nutrition guide and a co-author of an online textbook.
A mentor and a Peer-reviewer in ten (10) online journals, currently serving as Editorial Board Member in three (3) online peer-review journals. She has obtained three International and one National fellowship awards. She is an active member of four professional bodies.
Nutrition, Dietetics, Food Science, Public Health, Hospitality Tech.
Dr. Dimitrios Kantas is Clinical Research Fellow/Collaborator at Mayo Clinic Rochester. In addition, he serves as a European boards certified Consultant in Pulmonary/Critical Care and Sleep Medicine at the University Hospital of Ioannina-Greece. He received his MD from University of Ioannina and his Master’s degree from National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He was trained in obstructive lung diseases (Asthma, COPD and Cystic Fibrosis) at Heartlands and Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham UK. He spent a year as a Research Fellow at Mayo Clinic and currently working on his PhD thesis in Sleep Medicine with Mayo Clinic Collaboration. He is active member of the Political Action Committee (PAC) of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM).
He also serves as an Associate Editor of the REM section of the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine (JCSM) and reviewer of the International Journal of Infectious Diseases (IJID). His main areas of interest are racial differences in sleep apnea related to cardiovascular risk, obstructive lung diseases (particularly COPD and A1 antitrypsin deficiency) and lung infections.
Dr. Fikile Vilakazi has more than 27 years of work, activism and academic experience. She has been working in the fields of youth, women, gender, entrepreneurship development, indigenous health and sexuality at different times in all these years. Her work on sexuality has focussed largely on adolescence, women, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex sexuality Her areas of expertise include social mobilization, training, public education, advocacy, curriculum and materials development, traditional and energy healing. Her experience has mostly been with student movements, community based and non-governmental organizations, coalitions and government. She uses different theoretical and ideological approaches and paradigms including (1) integrated approach to development, (2) human rights based approach, (3) gender mainstreaming, (4) feminist approach (5) indigenous knowledge systems and post-colonialism. She is also a spoken word artist and a traditional singer and praiser. She has also founded various organizations, collectives and coalitions and sits in various boards of national, regional and international organizations and networks. She is a qualified sangoma, known as gogo Solomon Shabangu by initiation empandeni yamaJoye, bondabezitha, umthunzomuhle, ekhaya likababa uNkunzemnyama insizwa kaSangweni. She currently lectures political science and public policy in the International and Public Affairs Cluster of the School of Social Sciences, University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. She has a PhD with the University of KwaZulu Natal in Gender Studies and is an alumni of the University of Jyvaskyla in Finland in the doctoral field of social and public policy.
Dr. Fikile Vilakazi’s research interests include public health, sexuality, gender, social justice, feminism, decoloniality, governance, leadership, social and public policy amongst others.
Dr. Mostafa Yakoot obtained his medical degrees from Alexandria University faculty of medicine and the high institute of public health. He served as a resident in Pediatrics and in Critical Medicine departments. He pursued his career as a specialist then consultant physician and pediatrician.
He conducted clinical studies in both disciplines and published over 35 articles in high impact factor medical journals.
Dr. Mostafa Yakoot’s main research interests are in both the adult and pediatric gastrointestinal and respiratory health problems.
Dr. Hüseyin Fatih SEZER is an Assistant Professor of Thoracic Surgery. He is an instructor in Kocaeli University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Thoracic Surgery in Turkey. He completed his undergraduate education at Eskisehir Osmangazi University Faculty of Medicine and completed his PhD level at Kocaeli University. His recently research is on surgical treatment of lung cancer in elderly patients, and tracheal stenosis. Sezer’s PhD thesis is ‘Comparison of Elderly Patients with Younger Age Patients Who Were Diagnosed with Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer in Terms of Operability’.
Dr. Rim M. Harfouch is a PhD last year student in cancer Immunology at the college of pharmacy, Tishreen university, Latakia, Syria. She is a full- time lecturer of microbiology and immunology courses at the college of pharmacy, Al Andalus university, Qadmus, Syria, and a part-time lecturer of chemical pathology at the college of pharmacy, Alsham Private University, Latakia, Syria. Rim’s master thesis was on detecting of anti-Helicobacter pylori antibodies in patients with peptic complaints using indirect immunofluorescence assay. Now she is working on her PhD thesis to assess the significance of PD-1, PDL-1 and Tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs) in breast cancer biopsies.
Dr. Rim’s research focuses on antibacterial activity of several plants extracts against multi-drugs resistant bacteria in addition to prevalence of some pandemic diseases in her country Syria during the crisis.
Cancer immunology, microbiology, antibacterial activity of phytochemicals.
Professor Dr. Youssef A. Attia is a professor of Poultry Nutrition at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Prof. Attia gained a Bachelor in Agricultural Science (Animal Production) from University of Tanta (June, 1980) with grade very good, and a Master of Agricultural Science (Poultry Nutrition), Alazhar University (June, 1986). He gained a Doctor of Philosophy in Agricultural Science (Poultry Production), University of Zagazig- Egypt- University of Georgia- Athens, Georgia, USA (April, 1993) Most of the PhD work was done through channel system at the University of Georgia, Poultry Science Department, Athens Georgia, USA, June 1990-Dec., 1992. Professor Attia, job career started with Agricultural Engineer, Assistant Researcher. Department head, and vice Dean, and Dean in charge. Professor Attia published about 240 scientific articles in pre-reviewed journal in different aspects of poultry nutritional, husbandry and production and rabbit production. He has published 4 student books and 6 international books targeting poultry production, nutritional and husbandry for undergraduate and postgraduate students and three books in poultry Science. He has supervised in many Master and PhD students. In addition, he has recognized in reviewer in about 30 ISI journals and funding body for local and international scientific organization. Professor Attia has attend about 30 national and international conference and congress, workshops. He also had international collaboration with different Animal and Poultry Science Departments worldwide such as University of Georgia, Napoli University, Technical University of Muchen, Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária, Universidade de Rio Verde, Campus Universitário, Rio Verde, Goiás, Brazil, Firat University, Turkey, American University in Biuret, United Arab Emirates University and many others. Prof. Attia gained Khalifah Award 12 cycle (2018-2019) for the best Professor in the Arab World’s.
Dr. Yuanjun Guo is currently working on the mechanism of cardiac metabolism and heart failure in the Cardiovascular Institute at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Guo received her Ph.D. in Pharmacology from Vanderbilt University in 2019. Before that, she obtained her Bachelor of Medicine degree in 2012 from China Medical University.
Cardiovascular disease, Cardiac metabolism, Molecular mechanism and Drug targets of heart failure.
Dr. Yu-Lan Chiang has completed her RD, DrPH (Nutrition) from Loma Linda University, California, USA and Naturopathic Doctor (ND) from Bastyr University, Seattle, USA. She is a board-certified ND and RD in California and also has Craniosacral Therapy and Kinesio Taping certification from Bastyr University. She got rewards from California Walnut Commission, California, in 2007 and involved and published many reputed journals in USA & in Taiwan such as Chiang, Y.-L., Haddad, E., Rajaram, S., Shavlik, D., & Sabate?, J. (2012). The effect of dietary walnuts compared to fatty fish on eicosanoids, cytokines, soluble endothelial adhesion molecules and lymphocyte subsets: a randomized, controlled crossover trial. Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes, and Essential Fatty Acids, 87(4-5), 111–7.
She was prior director of education at International Society for Naturopathic Medicine in China. She got invited by 3rd world Congress and Expo on Traditional and Alternative Medicine to present her research work on “Integrative Medicine Approach to Caring Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) with Gastrointestinal Symptoms: An Uncontrolled Pilot Study” on 6/6/2019 Berlin, Germany. She has been contributing Integrative Medicine and Nutritional Medicine focusing on Autism Spectrum Disorder (Gut-Brain Axis) for many years in USA and currently is a Chief Scientist and Integrative Medicine Advisor at Red House Children's Hospital, Longyou & at Ju Liao Integrative Medicine (JLIM), Huzhou in China.
Dr. Xiaochuan Cai received his Ph.D. in organic chemistry at Brandeis University under the supervision of Professor Barry B. Snider. During his doctoral study, he worked on the total synthesis of natural products marineosins A and B. In 2013, he started his postdoctoral training in Professor Minkui Luo’s group at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, where he worked on the development of protein methyltransferases inhibitors as anti-cancer drug candidates. His current research focuses on the development of sinefungin derivatives as potent and selective CARM1 inhibitors and the study of biological outcomes of CARM1 inhibition in the context of relevant cancer models.
Medicinal chemistry, Chemical biology, Synthetic chemistry.
Dr. Jorge DL Heras SEMCPT Murcia is an Orthopaedic Surgeon MD, PhD. Expert in reconstructive knee, foot & ankle surgery at Hospital Reina Sofía in Murcia, Spain. Member of several Spanish and international orthopaedic societies and author of numerous articles and books in his field. Director of the biannual Course on Foot and Ankle Surgery in Murcia, Spain, and the World Congress of Rheumatology & Orthopedics held in Madrid and Paris. Editor of several national and international orthopaedic journals.
Sports knee and Ankle injuries, Hip, Knee, and Ankle arthroplasty, Foot and Ankle reconstruction.
University General Reina Sofia Hospital of Murcia, Spain
Dr. Vladimir Gonchev has done Masters in Medicine, Masters in Public Administration, Specialty in Internal Diseases, Specialty in Public Health and Healthcare Management and Medical Information technology, PHD in Public Health, Specialty in Health Economics.
Dr. Vladimir Gonchev’s research interests are in the field of internal medicine, cardiology, public health, healthcare management, social medicine, digital health, telemedicine, clinical trials.
Dr. Joe M Das is a Neurosurgeon. He is currently working as a senior clinical fellow in pediatric neurosurgery at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK. He is trained in Neurosurgery from Government Medical College, Trivandrum, India and has done a fellowship in skull base Neurosurgery from Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute in India.
He has immense experience as a researcher and has published more than 100 PubMed-indexed articles. He acts as a peer reviewer for many prestigious journals including the World Neurosurgery and Surgical Neurology International.
He is the editor-in-chief of the Neurosurgery section of the international project, StatPearls LLC.
Traumatic brain and Spine injuries, Pediatric oncology and Vascular neurosurgery.
Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Dr. Inbar Levkovich, Ph.D., is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Oranim Academic College of Education, Israel. Received her PhD from the Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Sciences, at Haifa University, in the area of symptoms cluster breast cancer survivors. Completed her Postdoctoral at the School of Social Work, Bar-Ilan University. On a research, funded by the Israel National Institute for Health Policy. Between the years 2016- 2018 she served as the head of the research unit at the Division of Family Medicine, The Ruth & Bruce Rappaport Faculty of Medicine in the Israel Institute of Technology.
Main areas of research are Stress, coping and health, grief, Covid-19 and psycho-oncology. She published more than fifty papers in refereed journals and several chapters in edited books. Many of her papers have been published in leading journals such as Palliative and Supportive Care, Children and Youth Services Review, Psycho-Oncology, OMEGA - Journal of Death and Dying, Journal of Health Sciences, BMC Family Practice, The European Journal of General Practice, Journal of Sexual Medicine, Archives of Sexual Behavior, Journal of Geriatric Oncology, Behavioral Medicine.
Dr. Aqeel Ahmad is a Principal Investigator in the field of Bioactive Compounds and Plant Sciences. He earned his doctoral degree (Ph.D.) from the University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan, and performed his research work at the University of Florida, USA. Then, he joined Institute of Medicinal Plants, Huazhong Agricultural University as a postdoctoral Fellow, and now he is serving Guangdong Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Guangzhou, China. He extensively studied plant metabolism and its driving factors, i.e., hormones, PR proteins, and biochemicals. His core skills are proteomics (profiling, characterization, and supramolecular kinetics) and metabolomics, by using which he elucidated cell signaling behind diverse physiological responses. Recently, Aqeel Ahmad’s research has unveiled bioactive compounds from plants and microbes to attain a new balance in cell metabolism. He is developing techniques for the biofortification of edible plants by reharmonizing their osmoregulatory systems, oxidative machinery, and physiological responses.
Currently, Dr. Gulcan Arusoglu is working as Assist. Prof. Dr. at Kirklareli University, Turkey. She was graduated from the department of Nutrition and Dietetics of Hacettepe University in 1994. Hacettepe University Department of Nutrition and Dietetics are the first and best department in the field in our country. After graduation, she worked for 10 years as Clinic Dietician and founding dietician in private hospitals.
She worked both as Research and Teaching Assistant for 8 years at Hacettepe University Nutrition and Dietetics. She enrolled many modules during her MSc and PhD period both at Hacettepe University and Oxford Brookes University, UK. She joined also lectures in Epidemiology at the Public Health Institute of Hacettepe University.
In the year of 2006 she was the first in Turkey to present a master thesis on validation of Orthorexia Nervosa. Both my MSc (Ortorexia Nervosa) and PhD (appetite hormones in PCOS) thesis are one of the preliminary researches in their area. Orthorexia Nervosa was the second validation study in the world and the first reliability study in Turkey with the biggest sample size so far. Her phd work was with the Endocrinology department of Hacettepe University on “The investigation of hormon dynamics and satiety index by meal tolerance test in Polycystic ovary syndrome” .
She worked as founding head in private universities in Istanbul.
To summarize all, Obesity, food intake and energy regulation, appetite regulation and hormonal mechanisms, nutrition in polycystic ovary syndrome, insülin resistance, orthorexia nervosa are her main research interests.
Dr. Rasoul Mehrnejad is a Professor of Atomic and Molecular Physics. He holds a master degree in Atomic and Molecular Physics from the Islamic Azad Mahabad University in Iran and a Ph. D in Atomic and Molecular Physics from Ataturk University in Turkey. Researches of Mehrnejad are focused to Neutron and Gamma ray and Radiation shielding. High performance hybrid fiber heavyweight aggregate concretes obtained in his Ph. D Thesis can be used as a shielding in order to avoid radiation in nuclear plants, in the shelters build against nuclear war possibility and in the walls of radiology and oncology department in medical field. He is Professor of Physics in Farhangian University and Paiamnour University in Iran.
Dr. Maurilio de Souza Cazarim has done his Bsc. Pharmacy, Professor at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil. PhD in Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacoeconomics at the University of Sao Paulo (USP) / sandwich at the Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment (HEHTA), University of Glasgow, UK; MSc. Pharmaceuticals and Economy of Health at the University of Sao Paulo (USP). He is having a specialization in Clinical Pharmacy and Public Health System.
Dr. Maurilio de Souza Cazarim’s research line is Pharmaceutical Care and Pharmaceutical Services (Cardiovascular diseases and Diabetes; Pharmacoepidemiology; Drug utilization; Clinical trials; Survival analysis; Systematic review and Metaanalysis); Health Economics and Pharmacoeconomics (Cost effectiveness with modeling; Cost-benefits of services and health programs; Cost-utility with standard gamble for utility definitions; MCDA for support decisions in health area).
Dr. Babafunso Aderemi Adenuga has a background in pharmacy. His second degree was in Public Health. He holds a doctorate degree in Pharmacy Practice from the University of Namibia. He currently works at the Namibia Medicines Regulatory Council. Babafunso does research in Public Health, Pharmacy and Epidemiology. Their current project is ‘Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on pharmaceutical setting and supply chain in Namibia’.
Ministry of Health and Social Services, Windhoek, Namibia
Dr. Tsabang Nolé has completed his PhD at the age of 48 years from Yaounde 1 University, Faculty of Science, Department of Plant Biology. He is first author and co-author of 31 and 39 articles respectively, and principal investigator of 4 books edited by Heifer International Project Cameroon. Besides Biodiversity research, Dr. Tsabang Nolé teaches Plant Ecophysiology, Ethnobotany and Environmental Health, Ethnopharmacology, Environmental Health and Dynamics of Ecosystems, Dynamics of Tropical Rain Forest, Agroforestry, Sustainable development and Traditional medicine, at the Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, at the University of Dschang and at the Higher Institute of Environmental Sciences as visiting lecturer. He has higher consulting experience in Environmental and social impact assessment, Ethnopharmacology and reviewing of articles.
Dr. Tsabang Nolé’s research interests are in the field of Botany, Ecology, Ethnobotany, Ethnopharmacology, Ethnoveterinary practices, Environmental sciences (Climate change, environmental health, ESIA), Conservation of bioresources, Diabetic, Hypertensive and Cancer related disorders.
Dr. Bogdan Socea graduated from the Faculty of General Medicine, “Carol Davila” University of Pharmacy and Medicine Bucharest, in 2000. His PhD thesis (2007): “Advances and Limits in Surgical Treatment of Colorectal Polyposis”. Between 2010-2012, He followed a postdoctoral research, Epiploic experimental revascularization of lower limb”. He became lecturer at “Carol Davila” University of Pharmacy and Medicine Bucharest, Department of General Surgery, “Sf. Pantelimon” Emergency Clinic Hospital, Bucharest and senior surgeon. Attested in abdominal and general ultrasound, laparoscopic surgery, oncologic surgery and sanitary management.
He graduated several other courses: postgraduate course of digestive endoscopy, bariatric surgery, contrast enhanced ultrasound course, evaluation methods of clinical research, abdominal wall defects workshop, hepato-biliary and pancreatic surgery, breast cancer course, scientific papers editing, malpraxis course, educational course day surgery.
He is a member of Romanian Surgeons’ Society, Balkan Medical Union, Romanian Ambulatory Surgery Society, Medical Commission of Romanian Rugby Federation. He is also member of several editorial boards.
Dr. Bogdan Socea’s main research interests are: Pancreatic cancer, Acute pancreatitis, Abdominal compartment syndrome, FAST, POCUS and Pulmonary ultrasound, Colorectal cancer, Abdominal wall defects: Hernias and Incisional hernias.
Dr. Maria Simona Chis, PhD Eng, Assistant Professor at University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca, Romania, Faculty of Food Science and Technology, Department of Food Technology. She graduated in 2014 the Faculty of Agriculture, Specialization: Control and Expertise of Food Products and followed up the master of Processing Systems and Food Products Quality Control at Faculty of Food Science and Technology Cluj-Napoca, Romania and Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain. In 2017 she graduated the PhD degree in Agronomy. Meanwhile, she was quality manager and tehnical director at a big company of bakery, pastry, confectionary and gastronomy products, respectively. She was the director of the following research projects: New assortments of functional aglutenic products produced with quinoa and buckwheat flours, Bakery assortment functionalized by using a malt by-product and three mobility projects for researchers. She has published many articles in international journals aiming to highlighted the importance of a gluten free diet on the humans health, the adaptability of lactic acid bacteria on different vegetable raw matrices, the traceability of the bioactive compounds from raw materials to the final product.
University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Romania
Dr. H. L. X. WONG graduated with B.Sc. in 2009 and then received his PhD degree from Department of Biochemistry at the University of Hong Kong in 2013. After receiving postdoctoral trainings in both HKU and CUHK, he joined School of Chinese Medicine at Hong Kong Baptist University as a Research Assistant Professor in late 2016 and became a tenure-track Assistant Professor in 2020.
Dr. Wong is particularly interested in understanding how pericellular proteolysis is linked to intracellular signaling in a timely and spatially controlled manner to coordinate the key cellular functions. They demonstrated for the first time that MMPs and ADAMs, two key families of proteases responsible for extracellular matrix remodeling, serve as critical regulators for multiple signaling cascades including FGFR, Notch and VEGF signaling pathways.
Currently, Dr. H. L. X. WONG is focusing on delineating cellular and molecular mechanisms that regulate the transfer of stem cells from the quiescent niche to the proliferative niche in both physiological and pathological processes, such as functional gastrointestinal diseases and colorectal cancer.
Dr. Meriem El Ghachi has a PhD in Microbiology and biochemistry that was completed at Paris Sud University under the supervision of Dominique Mengin-Lecreulx and Ahmed Bouhss. She worked on the metabolism of undecaprenyl-phosphate a key lipid intermediate involved in the synthesis of various bacterial cell wall polymers. The metabolism of this lipid was not known at the time. She identified the proteins required for the dephosphorylation of undecaprenyl-pyrophosphate into undecaprenyl phosphate. Then she did a short post-doc, she found the target of the Colicin M, a putative antibiotic secreted by some E. coli strain. In 2006, she moved to Pasteur institute in Paris where she investigated the determinants of cell shape of the helical bacterium, Helicobacter pylori, which is known to provoke stomach cancer and ulcers. She showed the impact of a zinc metalloprotease and several other proteins on H. pylori morphogenesis by several methods. In 2012, she moved to Liège university for a second post-doc to work on the crystallization of undecaprenyl-pyrophosphate phosphatases from several bacterial species. This project was challenging; she and her collaborators got the structures of three membrane proteins, two of them in the absence and presence of their substrates (lipids) using lipidic cubic phase and bicelles.
Dr. Maya Fakhry is basically a Biochemist, she holds a Master’s 1 teaching degree in Biochemistry from the Lebanese University- Faculty of sciences in Lebanon and a Master 2 Research degree in Immunology- Immunotherapy from the Lebanese University, Doctoral School for Sciences and Technology- EDST (first rank rewarded by a PhD scholarship from the National Council for Scientific Research (CNRS-L) and the Lebanese university. She holds a double -PhD in Molecular and Cellular Aspects of Biology- MEM2 team (Metabolism, Enzymes and Molecular Mechanisms; the former ODMB team (Organization and Dynamics of Biological Membranes), at the Institute of Molecular and Supra-Molecular Chemistry and Biochemistry (ICBMS) - University of Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (UCBL-1) in France and a PhD in Biological Sciences, first class doctorate, from the Lebanese University (LU) -EDST. Her PhD thesis was focused on studying the molecular mechanisms of vascular smooth muscle cell trans-differentiation into osteo-chondrocyte like cells during vascular calcification. It was held in UCBL-1, LU and in collaboration with the American University of Beirut (AUB) - faculty of medicine/Lebanon. Her PhD work resulted in 4 papers published in several international scientific journals. In her immunology master’s thesis she has investigated the role of microRNA-24 in Interferon-gamma expression and published an international paper. She presented her work in several national and international conferences. She participated in reviewing scientific papers for international journals. She volunteered in a laboratory training session for several months at Beirut General Hospital/Lebanon and in a radiation safety training session at AUB. She teaches private scientific courses for many university and scholar students. She also taught sciences at the Leaders technology center- Beirut, Lebanon. She is working as well as the technical research expert who studies the safety of ingredients in international clean beauty products at Lynn’s Apothecary (Beirut-Lebanon and Brussels-Belgium).
Molecular and Cellular biology, Immunology, Biochemistry.
Department of Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
Yarmouk University, Jordan
Dr. Andrew Szanajda, after having completed the requirements for a Ph.D. in history at McGill University, he has a successful career in the field of ESL while also undertaking research in different disciplines, especially history as my primary field of expertise. In terms of experience, he had taught introductory European history at McGill University for three years as a teaching assistant, and have since been teaching English language skills, especially writing and business writing, at language schools and universities in Taiwan, including currently at Overseas Chinese University, where he is teaching English writing skills and listening. He has published four history books as the sole author, as well as several journal articles in the fields of history and ESL.
Dr. Ukachi Chiwendu Nnawuihe (BDS, MBA, FWACS) is having a Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) degree, Masters in Business Administration and a fellow of the West African College of Surgeons. He also has certification in Global Health Project Management; Leadership and Management in Health from the University of Washington. Currently he is a clinical lecturer and consultant in Preventive and Community Dentistry.
Dr. Ukachi Chiwendu Nnawuihe is having a special interest in Public health, Primary Health-Care and Rural health.
In the beginning of her practical life (1987) Dr. Mona A. Esawy worked in NRC Egypt focused in enzyme production, purification and immobilization and Dr. Ahmed F. Abdel-Fattah and Dr. Amal Hashem took the authority to teach her. After few years, she has been in Hong Kong (1993-1996). She got some experience in molecular biology field concerning detection of bacterial genes and Dr. Meng Wei took the authority to teach her, also Dr. Harold Corke teached her a lot in scientific research skills such as proposal planning, scientific writing etc. In 2002-2005 she has been working in IRD Marcie France, she got a new experience in molecular biology, isolation of novel bacteria and by chance she discovered the honey isolates as a new source for bacterial levansucrase (enzyme) and suggested it as new source carried probiotic bacteria and she had some publications in this point. Also, a lot of studies was done in the polysaccharide from these isolates with especial reference to levan. She will continue with her team in this interesting point. Her previous project is entitled (In Vivo, Evaluation of Levan extracted from Bacterial Honey Isolates in Curing Peptic Ulcer from Several aspects). This project is focused in understanding the levan mechanism in curing the peptic ulcer. This point will be study from different aspects.
Enzyme production, Purification and Immobilization.
Dr. Tiamiyu Adebisi Musefiu graduated from University of Ibadan, Nigeria, with Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree in 1992 and Master of Veterinary Public Health (MVPH) in 2010. He obtained his PhD degree from Department of Veterinary Public Health and Preventive Medicine (Fishery and Wildlife Unit), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Ibadan in 2019. He joined and worked in Agro-Veterinary Allied Companies since 1994 as Veterinary officer/Surgeon and rose to the rank of Senior Veterinary Surgeon and served as such for many years. He is an Animal health and aquaculture specialist with the scientific and technical expertise in various research activities; management of fisheries stock and improved culture techniques of fin fishes. He started his lecturing career as Lecturer II in 2012, at Department of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science, Southwestern University Nigeria, Okun-Owa, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, Nigeria. He later moved to the University of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Science, Department of Biological Sciences in 2015, where he rose to the rank of Lecturer 1 in 2018. He has taught several general and specialized courses in Animal and Environmental Biology, Microbiology, Aquaculture and Fisheries at the undergraduate levels including statistics. Dr.Tiamiyu have some focus publications in the area of aqua toxicity, food safety and antibiotic resistance pattern in bacterial flora isolated from fish and some publications in the area of medicinal plants used as alternative to the use of antibiotics for growth promotion, prevention and control of bacterial infection in fish. He is a registered and an active member of Nigeria Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA).
Dr. Tiamiyu Adebisi Musefiu’s research focus is on biological hazards: aqua-toxicity, food safety and environmental health. His research interest covered various areas of fish farming including fish nutrition, impacts of some plant extracts, agro-chemicals and hydrocarbon on the condition, mortality, behaviours, haematology and biochemical profiles of the clariids; the effect of culture systems on the haemogram of the clariids, effect of common farm practices on the physiology of cultured species and the use of various local plants as growth promoter, antibacterial and anaesthetics for commonly cultured species.
Dr. Muyiwa Falaiye, Ph.D., MNAL, is a Professor of African Philosophy and Director of the Institute of African and Diaspora Studies, University of Lagos, Nigeria. Professor Falaiye is also the Director of the University of Lagos African Cluster Centre of the University of Bayreuth Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence in African Studies. He has published extensively books, chapters in books and articles in notable scholarly journals. A documentary script writer and producer, Professor Falaiye is currently the Chairman of the University of Lagos Media Board (UNILAG TV and Radio services).
Dr. Muyiwa Falaiye’s research interest includes Sagacity in African Philosophy/ African Studies, Socio Political Philosophy and Global Africa.
Institute of African and Diaspora Studies, Nigeria
Dr. Mauro Garcia-Montenegro, Medical Doctor graduated in Catholic University of Cuyo, School of Medicine, from Argentina in 2010, with full medical residency in Pathologic
Anatomy (Histopathology) since 2015. He completed postgraduate training in Hematopathology for the last five consecutive years (2015 to 2020) in leading centers of oncohemathological diseases in Argentina, such as FUNDALEU and the Mariano Castex Institute of Hematological Research of the National Academy of Medicine of Argentina.
During the period 2016-2018, he complemented his training in Molecular Biology by the Master's Degree in Medical Molecular Biology taught by the Faculty of Pharmacy and Biochemistry of the University of Buenos Aires, developing the practical part in the laboratory of lymphoid neoplasms from the Institute of Experimental Medicine (IMEX) of the National Academy of Medicine, doing morphomolecular research in classical Hodgkin lymphoma. To deepen his molecular biology training, he received the Luis Uberman scholarship granted by FUNDALEU, which allowed him to carry out a training stay in 2019 in the Translational Hematopathology Research Group linked to the Marqués de Valdecilla University Hospital and Valdecilla Research Institute (IDIVAL) in Santander-Spain.
Currently, he is a Consultant Medical Hematopathologist in different Pathology Centers in Argentina, in the public and private Health Care System.
His professional activity as a pathologist is complemented by the participation in the Argentine Society of Pathology as member and secretary (2017-2019) of the Hematopathology Club since 2015, teaching activities in the postgraduate course of the pathology specialist medical career of School of Medicine of the University of Buenos Aires and School of Medicine of Maimonedes University, and lectures in scientific meetings related to oncohematological diseases.
Dr. Mauro Garcia-Montenegro is a pathologist with expertise in Oncohematological disease and
Dr. Desmond Ayim-Aboagye completed his Ph.D. at Uppsala University in Sweden. He later collaborated with Uppsala University Academic Hospital, where he researched Pain Psychology. He is a Professor in the Multidisciplinary Centre of Pain Studies at Uppsala University, where he affiliate as a research fellow. He is also a Professor and Dean at Regent University College of Science and Technology in Ghana. He has published over ten books and several journal articles in international journals that include the Springer-Nature Journals. As an active reviewer of the Springer-Nature Journal of Child and Family Studies, he is also an Eminent Editorial Panel member of ANAESTHESIA AND PAIN MANAGEMENT (CPQAP).
Regent University College of Science and Technology, Ghana
Dr. Elaine Rossi Ribeiro graduated in Nursing from the State University of Londrina (1978), Master in Education from the State University of Londrina (1998), Master in Medicine (Surgical Clinic) from the Federal University of Paraná (2004) and PhD in Medicine (Clinical Surgery) from the University Federal of Paraná (2006). Academic Director of Faculdade Evangélica do Paraná for 6 years. She was the technical superintendent of the Municipal Institute of Public Administration of Curitiba - IMAP, having been Director of the School of Public Administration - of the City of Curitiba. He teaches several postgraduate courses in the areas of Teaching, Planning, Management, Leadership, Evaluation and Patient Safety. Has experience in the area of Management and Education, with emphasis on leadership and evaluation. She was academic director of the Teaching and Research Institute of Feaes for 4 years. She is currently a Professor and Researcher at Faculdade Pequeno Príncipe in Curitiba, and in the Postgraduate Program Strictu Sensu - Teaching in Health Sciences. Participant in the PENSA Research Group and chief editor of Revista Espaço para Saúde. She wrote several articles related to teaching and health.
Dr. Fatma Trabelsi is a Tunisian pediatric surgeon. She had her formation as a resident in different hospitals in Tunisia between 2012 and 2016. She graduated as a specialist in pediatric surgery in 2017 and she had been in 2018 a public health doctor in pediatric surgery department in Habib Thameur hospital, Tunis, Tunisia.
Dr. Fatma Trabelsi has skills in digestive, urological and thoracic surgery in children.
Dr. Jekson Martiar Siahaan, M. Biomed, AIFO-K is a Lecturer of Methodist University of Indonesia. He is Deputy Head of Scientific Publication and Research Unit Faculty of Medicine, Indonesian Methodist University, Chairman of Integrated Laboratory Faculty of Medicine, Indonesian Methodist University, Journal Editor Guide Faculty of Medicine, Muhammadiyah University of North Sumatra and Head of Biomedical Master Program Faculty of Medicine, Indonesian Methodist University. He also holds Methodist Medical Journal as a Manager. In his career, he had been a part of Medical Education Unit (MEU) Faculty of Medicine, Indonesian Methodist University. He studied Bachelor Degree of Medicine in Indonesian Methodist University, the Master Degree of Biomedic in University of North Sumatra, and Doctor Degree of Medicine in University of North Sumatra with GPA 3.96 (cumlaude). His last paper is “The Effect of Ethanol and Ethyl Acetate Fraction of Chayote fruit (Sechium edule Jacq. Swartz) on the Oxidative Stress and Insulin Resistance of Male White Rat Model Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus”.
Mr. Abebe Feyissa Amhare is a PhD student of Epidemiology and health Statistics at Xi’an Jiaotong University, China. He is a lecturer at Salale Univerity, College of health science, Ethiopia. He holds a Master’s degree in Epidemiology and health Statistics at Xi’an Jiaotong University, China and his master’s thesis was “Magnitude and associated factors of perceived stress and its consequence among undergraduate students of Salale University, Ethiopia”. Abebe’s PhD thesis focused on infectious epidemiology.
Epidemiology of disease, Infectious epidemiology, Health care and access to health service, Primary health care, Factors associated to obesity (Risk factors), Anxiety and Stress.
Dr. Zaki Abdel Moati Abu Zyeada (Ph.D. in Administrative Economics, Institute for Arab Research and Studies - Egypt, 2009, and Doctor of Philosophy in Public Administration, Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, Arab Republic of Egypt, 2017), Head of Department and Assistant Professor, Department of Public Administration, College of Administrative Sciences, Al-Istiqlal University, Palestine.
Dr. Zaki Abdel Moati Abu Zyeada has research interests in the fields of Managerial economics, Econometrics, Total quality management, Crisis management, and Knowledge management.
Dr. Haitham Kalil is a research associate at Cleveland State University (CSU), Cleveland, Ohio, USA and also an assistant professor at Suez Canal University (SCU), Ismailia, Egypt. He received both of his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in chemistry from SCU. After that, he attained his Ph.D. from a highly recognized Clinical-Bioanalytical Chemistry program at CSU.
Dr. Kalil’s teaching track started in 2001 after his B.Sc. graduation. He was hired as an assistant lecturer of chemistry at SCU. After his eleven years of experience in teaching in Egypt, he moved to the USA to pursue his PhD at CSU. During his graduate study at CSU, Dr. Kalil had several promotions--starting as a chemistry tutor, then a supplemental instructor (SI), after that an SI leader, and finally as a teaching assistant. As a doctoral student, Dr. Kalil received many awards from local and national meetings. Dr. Kalil received outstanding presentation awards four times (from the American Chemical Society (ACS), Electro-Chemical Society (ECS), Sherwin-Williams, and CSU). Moreover, his Ph.D. dissertation proposal received an award of $5,000 from the Office of Research at CSU. In addition, Dr. Kalil was recognized as an Outstanding Teaching Assistant of the Year of 2016 at CSU. For a longtime, Dr. Kalil has been working with students from different cultures and diverse backgrounds. This working experience gave him the ability to understand the various needs of many students and accommodate them accordingly.
The career of Dr. Kalil is full of achievements. Recently, he served as a visiting assistant professor of chemistry at the University of Mount Union, Alliance, Ohio. In addition, Dr. Kalil was hired also as an adjunct faculty member at Bryant & Stratton College, Ursuline College, and at CSU. Dr. Kalil has been licensed from the Ohio Department of Education in the field of chemistry. His research projects have involved collaborative work with Case Western University’s Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Department along with members of the Chemistry Departments at Akron University and Kent State University, as well as Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Kalil has presented his research in more than 50 academic occasions, and he has more than 20 publications, and more in the pipeline.
Dr. Kalil’s research interest is on the design, preparation, and characterization of nanostructured biomaterials decorated with polymeric composites and metallic nanoparticles as catalytic interfaces for the selective detection of peroxynitrite and other reactive oxygen-nitrogen species. Peroxynitrite is a strong oxidizing agent produced in the body under oxidative stress and plays a crucial role in several cardiovascular dysfunctions and other diseases, including cancer. Developing sensors for this metabolite and stress marker has proved to be a challenge. Dr. Kalil’s research forms the groundwork of several projects that have provided the momentum for developing and improving the stress marker sensors.
Dr. Julio Sánchez, born in 1975 in Spain, graduated Medical School in 1999 (University of Salamanca, Spain), obtained the specialty of GP in 2002 (Zamora Public Hospital, Spain) and later that of Rheumatology in 2012 (hospital 12 De October, Madrid). From 2012 to 2018 worked at the University Hospital in Zürich, Switzerland, where he specialized in pain management and in ultrasound of the musculoskeletal system. Currently living in Madrid again and working on his PhD in giant cell arteritis, field in which he has collaborated in several international publications.
Autoimmune diseases, especially PMR and GCA, Musculoskeletal ultrasound, Pain management.
Dr. Charles Izuchukwu Ikegwuonu is currently working in Najran, Saudi Arabia. His qualifications are: Fellowship in Paediatrics (FMCPaed) and Membership in Paediatrics (West African college of physicians). Worked as a Consultant Paediatrician in Children Emergency Unit in AEFUTHA Nigeria and work as a Paediatrics Specialist here in Saudi Arabia (Najran General Hospital).
Dr. Charles Izuchukwu Ikegwuonu’s areas of research and interest are Paediatric cardiology (Majorly), with a bias to Paediatric sickle cell anemia also. Also interested in Adolescent medicine.
Alex Ekwueme Federal University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria
Dr. David C. Ikwuka Ph.D is a leading researcher in Biomedicine known for his leadership skills and research potential. He is currently a Faculty member in the Department of Physiology, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nnewi Campus, Nigeria where he teaches human physiology and mentors research in biomedicine of medical and paramedical students in College of Health Sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Nnewi, Nigeria and is currently pursuing a Ph.D in Physiology at the Department of Physiology, University of Nigeria Enugu Campus, Nigeria. He has authored and co-authored several publications, invited and peer-reviewed several manuscripts for high impacted Journals and seats as editorial board member for a few Journals.
Dr. David C. Ikwuka’s core research interest span Reproductive Physiology, Blood Physiology, Immunology and Environmental Physiology.
Dr. Abdelrahman Hamza Abdelmoneim have graduated from Al-Neelain Medical College in 2014, started general hospital based training, then developed an interested in bioinformatics and immunoinformatic fields, of which he managed to publish and review several papers in it. Finally, he started clinical rotation in clinical immunology specialty in Sudan.
Immunoinformatic and Immune-oncology and Universal vaccines.
Dr. Nkrumah is a Presidential Scholarship winner and holds a Ph.D. in Management Science and Engineering, a Certified Chartered Financial Economist (USA) and an MBA in Finance. He is also a fellow of the Global Academy of Finance and Management (GAFM-USA) and a proud alumnus of the University of Ghana Business School (UGSB) and Valley View University, where he served as a teaching and research assistant.
Dr. Nkrumah has extensively published several articles in reputable academic journals indexed by Web of Science and has featured as a columnist in the Business and Financial Times and other reputable media publications on several occasions.
Dr. Nkrumah’s current interest lies in Occupational health systems, Public health, Injury prevention and Disaster management among other related Occupational health issues.
Department of Management Science and Engineering, Jiangsu University - PR China
Chartered Financial Economist, USA
Dr. Alexandros Poutoglidis graduated from Medical School of Aristotle; University of Thessaloniki, Greece in 2013; Master studies of Surgical Anatomy and applied Anatomy ended in 2020; MSc graduation mark was 9,61/10; Master work titled "Morphometric and topographo- anatomic variations of intracranial and extracranial course of facial nerve. A systemic Review". He works in Papanikolaou General Hospital of Thessaloniki in Otorhinolaryngology Department as a Medical Doctor. He has published 13 expert papers in Greek and English literature. He also attended a number of certified educational seminars, participants of numerous symposiums, mostly as a speaker.
Dr. Alexandros Poutoglidis’s special field of interest and work is Head and Neck cancer, Functional endoscopic surgery and Audiology.
Dr. Manal Bilal M is an Associate Professor of Medical Nursing. She is Chair of general administration and training and education development at Omdurman Islamic University, she holds a Master’s degree in Medical Surgical Nursing from the University of Khartoum Sudan and a PhD in Medical Nursing from University of Khartoum, Sudan. She also had her postdoctoral training and at some point in her career and had many certificates in her specialty. She serves as a Reviewer in Asian journal and Cardio vascular journal.
Dr. Alejandro Zulbaran, International Medical Graduate from Universidad Popular Autonoma del Estado de Puebla, Mexico. Currently, Research Fellow in the Division of Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy, Michael E DeBakey Department of Surgery Baylor College of Medicine.
His research experience includes prospective trials involving medical devices related to vascular assessment. In addition, he leads retrospective studies involving their Department's surgical results, novel techniques, and long-term outcomes. He has published +25 online/indexed abstracts and +10 peer reviewed articles in the areas of Vascular, Gynecological, Thoracic, and Endocrine Surgery as well as Clinical Oncology and Critical Care. He is a peer reviewer of 3 PubMed indexed Journals and 1 International Conference. Lastly, he is perusing a career in General Surgery.
Dr. Maram Osman Elawad Mabyoue is a physician from Khartoum University, a master’s degree student of human anatomy at the National University in Sudan. Currently working as a Tutor of anatomy at University of Khartoum. Published a bachelor's degree research on postpartum depression, its prevalence and associated risk factors. Recently engaged in surgical researches, writing literature reviews, observational studies and case reports.
Dr. Saeedah Almutairi received her degree in Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Ottawa in Canada. She is currently an Assistant Professor at King Saud University in the Department of Botany and Microbiology. She teaches several courses including microbiology, medical virology, immunology and biochemical technology and she is a cofounder of a high diploma program called Biological Computing at King Saud University.
Dr. Saeedah Almutairi’s research is in the field of immunology with a focus on the metabolism and function of natural killer cells during viral infection.
Dr. Ben Zion Dekel, Ph.D., is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Engineering, Academic Center Ruppin, Israel. He earned a double Bachelor of Science in physics and electrical engineering and a master’s in electrical engineering from the Tel Aviv University. He received his Ph.D. from the Faculty of Engineering, Dept. of Electrical Engineering (Physical Electronics), at Tel Aviv University. Before coming to Ruppin, he was working at the IAI in electro-optical applications.
Major areas of research are in FTIR spectroscopy for bio-medical applications, including: Intraoperative diagnosis of gynecological cancer by ATR-FTIR spectroscopy of fresh tissue biopsy, Salivary exosomes analysis in the diagnosis of oral cancer, Pregnancy prediction using spectrophotometry of IVF incubation mediums and Mid-Infrared spectroscopy as a real time diagnostic tool for chronic endometritis.
Brendah Nakyazze is a doctoral student at Abo Akademi University Finland pursuing a doctoral degree in Social Sciences (Developmental Psychology). Her doctoral research investigates intimate partner sexual aggression and its psychological concomitants in Uganda. The research encompasses measurements of victimisation from sexual aggression in intimate relationships as well as connected factors such as victimisation due to denial of sex, and accepting attitudes towards marital rape. The connection between victimisation from intimate partner sexual aggression and other types of victimisation will also be studied. She has a Master’s Degree in Social Sciences from Abo Akademi University Finland and two Bachelor’s degrees; Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare and a Bachelor of Arts. Her published work includes; Sexual abuse and accepting attitudes towards intimate partner rape in Uganda published in 2018 in Medical Science and Discovery, Victimisation from intimate partner rape in Uganda: Sex differences, psychological concomitants, and the effect of educational level published in 2020 in Medical Science and Discovery and Intimate partner violence during the COVID-19 pandemic: An impending public health crisis in Africa published in 2020 in The Anatolian Journal of Family Medicine.
Social psychology, Behavioural science, Developmental psychology, Intimate partner violence/ Domestic violence, Aggression, Sex offenses and Child abuse.
Patricie MUJAWIMANA is a Rwandan-born, midwife, neonatal nurse specialist, mentor, research project supervisor and publisher. Currently, she has worked at University of Rwanda, College of Medicine and Health Sciences as an Assistant Lecturer. Mrs. Patricie has more than 10 years of teaching experience in the University.
The research area is Midwifery, Reproductive health and Neonatology.
Dr. Rupa Potti is an Assistant Professor in Nursing Department, Chicago State University. Dr. Potti has been in nursing profession since 1996 and held various roles in clinical and academic settings including clinical nurse, Visiting Professor, Assistant Professor and Associate Dean of Nursing at Chamberlain University, Tinley Park, IL, USA. She has received her Masters of Nursing from Governor’s State University, and was conferred Doctoral degree from Chamberlain University Illinois, United States of America. Dr. Potti currently teaches Community Health and is interested in projects which uplift the health of the community. Apart from teaching, Dr. Potti is also a voluntary Editorial Board member for a peer reviewed University publishers in Iran.