Editorial Board

Prof. Richard Feinman
Prof. Richard Feinman
Professor - SUNY Downstate Medical Center Brooklyn, USA

Richard Feinman is a Professor of biochemistry and medical researcher at State University of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn, better known as SUNY Downstate Medical Center who studies nutrition and metabolism. His current area of research is the area of diet composition and energy balance. He is generally credited for doing the first serious scientific research on the Atkins Diet. He has published articles on application of thermodynamics to nutrition. His articles explain why the common idea that “a calorie is a calorie” is not correct. His argument in brief: the first law of thermodynamics (conservation of energy) is a bookkeeping law, that it does not say how energy input is divided between weight gain, work done, heat generation or storage of energy in different biomolecules. The second law is a dissipation law. It says that all (real) processes are inefficient. Feinman explained how diets of different composition vary in efficiency, in particular, how carbohydrate-restricted diets can lead to reduced efficiency. Whereas the effect is not always seen, the argument is that there is no reason to doubt published reports where it does occur. He is a director of the Metabolism Society. Research Interest:  His original area of research was in protein chemistry and enzyme mechanism. His current interest Nutrition and Metabolism, specifically in the area of diet composition and energy balance.

Prof. Viroj Wiwanitkit
Prof. Viroj Wiwanitkit
Professor - Hainan Medical University, China

Area of research interest • Tropical medicine • Laboratory science (biomedical) • Nanoscience and nanotechnology • Bioinformatics and medical engineering • Family medicine, social medicine and public health

Prof. Mashashi Emoto
Prof. Mashashi Emoto
Professor - Gunma University, Japan

He is now a Professor of Gunma University Graduate School of Health Sciences in Japan. He got the professorship in 1993 and his main research theme is NKT cells. Before coming back to Japan, he has worked at Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology as a higher ranking senior scientist with Prof. Dr. Stefan H. E. Kaufman, who was a president of International Union of Immunological societies, and published many articles in prestigious journals with high impact factor. He has concentrated on identification of new natural ligand(s) for invariant NKT cells and nowadays he has succeeded to determine their chemical structures. Thus, he is a leading scientist in the field of NKT cells. Concerning to Bacteriology, he is an expert in the field of intracellular bacterial infection in particular Listeria and Salmonella as well as Mycobacteria.Research Interest: NKT cell, NK cell, Liver Immunology, Intestinal Intraepithelial Lymphocyte, Instracellular Bacteria, Listeria, Salmonella, Mycobacteria

Prof. Alfio Ferlito
Prof. Alfio Ferlito
Professor - Udine University, Italy

Alfio Ferlito is Director of the Department of Surgical Sciences, Professor and Chairman of the ENT Clinic at the University of Udine School of Medicine. He graduated in medicine at the University of Bologna. After two years at the University of Trieste, he worked at the ENT Department of Padua University from 1970 to 1997. He has collaborated in writing articles, editorials, commentaries, letters to the editor, special issues, book chapters and books with 323 international experts. He has edited a three-volume book entitled Cancer of the Larynx (CRC Press, Boca Raton, 1985) and three other books entitled Neoplasms of the Larynx (Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh, 1993), Surgical Pathology of Laryngeal Neoplasms (Chapman and Hall, London, 1996) and Diseases of the Larynx (Arnold, London, 2000), and co-authored two books entitled Granulomas and Neoplasms of the Larynx (Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh, 1988) and Surgery for Cancer of the Larynx and Related Structures together with Dr. Carl E. Silver (Saunders, Philadelphia, 1996). He is editor with Dr. Marvin P. Fried of The Larynx (Plural Publishing). He has been the author or co-author of 383 refereed publications in 46 medical journals and 48 chapters in various books. Research Interest:  Head and neck surgery, oncology and cancer research.

Prof. Varaprasad Kolla
Prof. Varaprasad Kolla
Professor - ITM-University, India
Research Interest: Molecular biology, Microbiology, Metabolic disease
Prof. Paulo Renato Zuquim Antas
Prof. Paulo Renato Zuquim Antas
Professor - Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Brazil

Dr. Paulo Antas is a Professor of Biology and an Associate Researcher. He completed both MSc and PhD at FIOCRUZ, Brazil, He is also working as Editorial Board member and Reviewer for scientific journals. His wrote Book chapters and e books. In the last 5 years, he has been working in a group that develops research on the field of clinical immune response of vaccinations against human Tuberculosis (TB), especially for cellular immunology area. Most of his scientific time is currently dedicated to study several aspects of immune response in TB, such as the involvement of inflammatory cytokines, and T cells on immune response to mycobacterium as a whole. As a result, he has accumulated significant data and thus experience in this field. He spent time working in projects related to cytokine detection in patients with prior extra pulmonary TB, comparing them to those responses among persons with either pulmonary or latent infection. Therefore, accumulated data have shown defects in resting cytokine production, and have noted lower CD4 counts in HIV-seronegative patients. Primarily, these results provide evidence of defects in innate immune responses and the group published a paper raising the hypothesis of possible genetic predisposition to these immunologic defects. This work in genetics has provided him with yet another laboratory skill set that has been complementing the skills he has gained in TB immunology thus far. In addition, he has been working on innate immune response against TB in individuals naturally exposed to Mycobacterium tuberculosis at FIOCRUZ since 2007.Research interest:  BCG vaccine (in vitro models); Human Tuberculosis (cell-mediated immune response). Hyalohyphomycosis (mice model). Co-infections (in vitro models).

Assist. Prof. Barjinder Pal Kaur
Assist. Prof. Barjinder Pal Kaur
Asst Professor - National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management (NIFTEM), India

Research Interest: Novel food Processing, Drying technology, Food Packaging, Food microbiology, Predictive modeling.

Prof. Farid Menaa
Prof. Farid Menaa
Professor - Fluorotronics, Inc, USA

Farid Menaa (Bsc. Bioengineering ; Bsc. Physiology ; Msc. Genetics ; National Master Gerontology; Doctor ès Sciences (Paris, France, 2003) ; PhD Biomedicine and Pharmaceutical Sciences (Liège, Belgium, 2016); three international post-doctoral trainings in Oncology, Dermatology, and Hematology ; MBA Business Development & Management and MD candidate), is an experienced and skilled inter- and multi-disciplinary professional. Dr. Menaa earned his degrees with high distinctions from prestigious universities and institutions worldwide. During his career, Dr. Menaa followed complementary formations in Marine Biology (France), Biochemistry/Chemistry/Biophysics (USA), Stem Cells (Germany), Genomics (France, Brazil), Pharmacy (Belgium). Dr. Menaa has over than 15 years experiences in academic institutions and more than 10 years in (bio)pharmaceutical industries such as Guerbet SA, SANOFI, Fluorotronics, Inc. Polyglot, he is experienced as Professor, Principal Investigator, Executive Director, Healthcare, Consulting for companies such as Exiquon and Novartis, Supervisor/Group leader, Thesis Evaluator, Advisor, Editor, Editor-in-Chief, Reviewer, Event organizer, Speaker, Chairman, Moderator, Scientific collaborator, Entrepreneur, Member of various medical and scientific associations. In 2009, Dr. Menaa was promoted to Chief Scientific Officer and R&D&I Executive Vice-President for Fluorotronics, Inc, CA, USA, a leading company in Fluorine Chemistry. He co-developed and applied an innovative green technology called “SpectroFluor™” to Nanomedicine, Oncology, Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences. In 2013, he successfully organized the “Target Meeting´s 1st World Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology Online Conference” (http://www.targetmeeting.com; 2013). Dr. Menaa is currently Chief Editor of J. Nanomed Nanotech (http://www.omicsonline.org/editorialboard-nanomedicine-nanotechnology-open-access.php), an independent Scientist, and an International Consulting Healthcare Expert. Dr. Menaa has (co-)authored more than 100 scientific articles including 1 book, and participated to over 200 scientific events. Eventually, the Dr. Menaa’s holitic concept led him to contribute for various international clinical and R&D&I projects in order to prevent, implement early diagnosis, and develop efficient and safer therapeutic options, with the main goal to improve patients’ life quality. Research Interest: Personalized Medicine; Preventive Medicine ; Translational Medicine ; Integrative Medicine ; Green Medicine ; Internal Medicine; Oncology; Anti-Aging; OMICS; Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine; Nanomedicine; Biotechnology; Nanotechnology

Prof. Jong In Kim
Prof. Jong In Kim
Professor - Wonkwang University, South Korea

Jong In Kim, Ph.D., is a chairman at Institute for Longevity Sciences, and a professor in the Division of Social Welfare & Public Health Administration at Wonkwang University. He holds a Ph.D. at Seoul National University, South Korea. He is President of the Korean Society of Health and Welfare in 2015. He has been elected Dean of the College of Social Science and has been a Dean of the Graduate School of Health at WonKwang University. He has been also Chairman of the Korea Society of Dean Graduate School of Public Health. He has been a consulting member of The Presidential Commission on Policy Planning. He has extensive research experience as a Visiting professor at Harvard University, University of Auckland, University of Tokyo and Australian National University.  Research interest:  Professor Kim’s research interests include health economics, costs of ageing, and longevity factors of centenarians.

Prof. Yury Razvodovsky
Prof. Yury Razvodovsky
Professor - International Academy of Sobriety, Belarus

Dr. Yury Razvodovsky has worked as associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry and a senior research scientist in the Central Scientific Laboratory at the Grodno State Medical University (Belarus). He has published more than 800 papers in English and Russian language peer-reviewed journals and 30 monographs focusing on the epidemiology of suicides and alcohol/drug-related problems in transitional society. He is a founding member of the International Society of Addiction Medicine (ISAM), presiding member of the International Academy of Sobriety (IAS), national representative for Belarus of World Suicidology Net and is an active member of National Association of Psychiatrists.Research interest: Epidemiology of suicides and alcohol/drug-related problems in transitional society.

Prof. Yusuf Tutar
Prof. Yusuf Tutar
Professor - Cumhuriyet University, Turkey

Dr. Yusuf TUTAR is the Head of Biochemistry Division and the Head of Basic Sciences Department at Faculty of Pharmacy, Cumhuriyet University, Sivas Turkey. Dr. Tutar is also the Head of Biomedical Engineering Program at the same university. He obtained his M.Sc. and Ph.D. at Oregon State University and Texas Tech University respectively. He pursued his postdoctoral study at National Institutes of Health (NIH/NIDDK), USA. Research Interest: His research focuses on Biochemistry, Biophysics, Genetics, and Molecular Biology with specialization in the fields of protein structure-function, protein folding, prion, microrna, pseudogenes, molecular cancer, proteomics, genomics, protein expression and characterization by spectroscopic and calorimetric methods.

Prof. Abdullah Alabdulgader
Prof. Abdullah Alabdulgader
Professor - Research Center in the Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia

Currently, he is the general director of Research Center in the Ministry of Health. Dr.  Abdullah Alabdulgader is the Founder and Former Executive Director of Prince Sultan Cardiac Center, Al-Ahsa which is the major Cardiac Tertiary Center in the Eastern part of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Regional Cardiac referral for all cardiac-related diseases for all age groups. This center was found because of our efforts funded by the late Prince Sultan Abdulaziz and was able to establish a Research Administration within the center, with very strong link to KACST which is the national research fund agency in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In addition he is also the Founder and the Chief of the Research Team for International Project for Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, G.C.C. Countries and in the Republic of Yemen.  He has managed several projects/studies/researches in the past, not to mention the ongoing ones and with the more ambitious projects in the coming years which are directed to the benefits of the humanity. Currently, they are starting 2 major projects under the strategic planning of KACST which passed the American Agency for Advancements of Science (AAAS) evaluation with outstanding results. We are aiming very seriously to find therapeutic alternatives for degenerative diseases including cancer and atherosclerosis as well as discover genetic and environmental causes of Congenital Heart Diseases. Last but not least they are part of international group looking with eye of wisdom ,deep in the research of Bioelectric and frequency therapies which they believe is the future to treat chronic diseases including heart diseases.

Prof. Vedat Goral
Prof. Vedat Goral
Professor - Istanbul University School of Medicine, Turkey

Dr. Vedat Goral had born at Diyarbakır city. He had graduated medical school at Diyarbakir University.  He is currently the Head of Department of Gastroenterology, at Istanbul University School of Medicine. Previous to this, he was working at the Dicle University from 1987 to 2012. His specific teaching and research interests are in the areas of Gastroenterology (endoscopy, gastrointestinal diseases, liver diseases, inflammatory bowel diseases and ERCP). He has a international project about amoebiasis study at 1992-1993 years. He has also published many refereed articles in journals covered by SCI, and contributed some to Turkish books written in Turkish. Also, he has many abstracts at national and international congress. He studied nearly 2 years (Monbusho Scholarship) at Department of Gastroenterology, Chiba University School of Medicine, Japan, 2 months at Department of Gastroenterology, Giessen University, Germany and at Department of Gastroenterology, Chelsea&Westminister Hospital, London University, England. He speaks English and Japanese languages.    Professor Goral completed his PhD degree Dicle University, Turkey in 1986; he has studied between 1990-1991 years at Chiba University, School of Medicine Department of Gastroenterology, Japan, and 1992 years Giessen University School of Medicine Department of Gastroenterology, Germany and at 1998 years Chealsea&Westminster Hospital, Department of Gastroenterology, England.

Research interests.: H. pylori, Endoscopy, GI tract and pancreatic cancer, ERCP.

Prof. G. Rajarajan
Prof. G. Rajarajan
Professor - Vidhya Mandhir Institute of Technology, India
Research Interest: Growth and Characterization of Nonlinear Optical (NLO) Crystals by Slow Evaporation and Slow Cooling Techniques. Deposition and Characterization of Dye Sensitized Solar Cells (DSSC’s) and Magnetic Thin Film Materials by Electro Deposition, Chemical Bath Deposition and Spin Coating Techniques. Synthesize and Characterization of Low Temperature Ferrites. The Chemoreception Studies by Acoustic Relaxation and Volumetric The Fire Retardant Solutions for Textile Industry.
Prof. Krešimir Pavelić
Prof. Krešimir Pavelić
Professor - University of Rijeka, Croatia

Krešimir Pavelić (1952) medical doctor, professor of molecular biology, Head, Department of Biotechnology, University of Rijeka, former director and establisher of Division of Molecular Medicine, Ruder Bošković Institute, Secretary General of European Molecular Biology Conference (EMBC), EMBO member, member of Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts and many others international scientific organisations, former vice-president of European Molecular Biology Conference, EMBC, Delegate of Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in European Science Foundation, President of the National Scientific Council, Republic of Croatia, member of the parliamentarian committee for national scientific awards, expert for molecular medicine of the Trans radical party in the European Parliament. Krešimir Pavelić is ex officio member of the EMBO Council and member of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory. He has published 280 scientific papers in world top scientific journals and several invited review papers and chapters in prestigious journals and book published by American and European publishers. His major contribution in the field of biology of transformed cell is as follows: 1. discovery of phenomena of tumour growth-self incitement and autocrine tumour growth by insulin-like growth factors. Both mechanisms are important in the physiology as well as in patophysiology of cell growth; 2. Introduction of somatostatin into antitumor therapy (together with Dr. S. Vuk-Pavlovic); 3. Introduction of ion exchangers (zeolites) in human and animal medicine. Beside these discoveries, Pavelic and his colleagues made significant contribution in cancer genetics, design of new anticancer drugs and new methodological approaches in cancer research and human genetics. Together with his English colleagues they discovered a new gene at chromosome 21, narrowing of the region of allelic loss in 21q11’21 in squamous non-small cell lung carcinoma. They cloned a novel ubiquitin-specific protease gene from the deleted segment. The rest of his work deals with the role of the oncogenes and tumour-suppressor genes in cancer. He significantly contributed to the understanding of biology of the transformed cell.

Prof. Christian Agyare
Prof. Christian Agyare
Professor - Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana

PROF. DR. CHRISTIAN AGYARE Prof. Agyare obtained his doctorate from University of Muenster, Germany and an alumnus of German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). He obtained his Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) and Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) degrees from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana. He has been a post-doctoral fellow at University of California San Francisco, California and the Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research, Boston, USA.  He was appointed a Lecturer at KNUST in 2003 and promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2011 and to Associate Professor in 2016. He has more than 57 publications in peer-review journals, 50 articles published in conference proceedings and has co-authored five (5) book chapters. He is a reviewer for more 50 peer-review journals and an editorial member of 9 international journals. Prof Agyare is currently the Head of Quality Assurance and Planning Unit of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana and also a Member of the Executive Committee and Academic Board of the same University. He is an External examiner at Department of Pharmacy and Complementary Medicine, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya. He is also an external assessor of Banasthali University/Vidyapith, Rajasthan, India. He is a member of Board of Directors of Medicinal Plant and Natural Product Research. He is a Pharmacist and Immediate past Chairman of Academic, Social and Research Pharmacists’ Association and a Executive member of Standing Executive Committee (SEC) and National Governing Board of Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana (PSGH). He is the Head of External Relations Directorate of the Society (PSGH). He is a member of Global Young Academy (GYA) and Membership Selection Committee of GYA since 2012. He is also a foundation member of Ghana Young Academy (GhYA). Research Interest: He research areas are search for antimicrobial, wound healing and anti-inflammatory agents from medicinal plants and natural products. He also researches on antibiotic resistance in animals and humans.

Prof. Chung-Yi Chen
Prof. Chung-Yi Chen
Professor - Fooyin University, Taiwan

President Chen obtained PhD in 1999 at Kaohsiung Medical University. Currently teaches in Fooyin University, as most young is also the most senior professors and deans. The past 20 years, he has his scientific interests focused on life-threatening diseases, including traditional Chinese medicine used for cancer research. Analysis in recent year’s major active ingredients such as ginger, pepper and cinnamon used in gastrointestinal cancer, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiparasitic, and other topics. President Chen specializes in isolation, purification and structural analysis of active components of plants. President Chen directed against active constituents of oral cancer, liver cancer, and rectal cancer. President Chen was just over 45 years old, but his work has more than 210 papers, Taiwan one of the young talents. Professor Chen was invited more than 100 kinds of Journal editorial boards. Professor Chen won numerous awards at home and abroad, from 2015, was awarded the lifetime achievement award; from 2016 was awarded the health care & biotechnology merit award. Research interest:Pharmacognosy, Natural Products, Chinese Medicine, Natural Product Research

Prof. Cesare Formisano
Prof. Cesare Formisano
Professor - University of Naples Federico II, Italy
Retired Prof. Mario Ciampolini
Retired Prof. Mario Ciampolini
Professor - Università di Firenze, Italy

malnutrition   Prof. Mario Ciampolini has two Children from Vanna Pastacaldi: Iacopo, orthopedic surgeon, director of a hospital in Sommerset (UK) and Lorenzo, PhD in electronic engineering, currently in the management of ST Microelectronics (Grenoble, FR). He made humanistic studies during the first 7 years after graduation and wrote two Italian books: Human differences and a study on Renassaince. Human differences almost coincides with a relation of Cabanac (Laval University) to the SSIB meeting at Mc Master University, Hamilton 1994. He (born 1933) directed the Gastroenterology Research Unit, a third level referral center in the department of Pediatrics of the University of Florence (Meyer hospital) from 1965 to 2000. In Tuscany I first diagnosed celiac disease by the Watson capsule. He worked at the Cornell University for a joined research with the University of Florence on energy expenditure in children. A long term strategy was designed with Giuliano Parrini, Prof. of Physics (Firenze, It), Andrea Giommi, prof. of Statistics (Firenze, It), and Cutberto Garza, Boston College, Rector. Three students came from Amsterdam Medical Center to learn “Initial Hunger (IH)”. The Unit published 150 scientific articles, more than 50 in international Press. Research Interest: Loss of hunger sensations as cause of alimentary diabetes and malnutrition.

Prof. Biljana Spremo-Potparevic
Prof. Biljana Spremo-Potparevic
Professor - University of Belgrade, Serbia

Research interest: Cytopathology of Alzheimers Disease Genetics of ageing, Genotoxicology Oncogenetics

Prof. Dongming Li
Prof. Dongming Li
Professor - Hebei Normal University, P.R. China

Research Interests

  1. The hormonal and metabolic adaptation of acute and chronic stress response in free-living animals, especially in birds.
  2. Mechanisms of animal behavioral, physiological and molecular adaptation to the extreme environment (i.e. hypoxia adaptation, and cold adaptation).
Prof. Babak Saedi
Prof. Babak Saedi
Professor - Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran

Research Interest:  Facial plastic surgery

Prof. Himanshu Pandey
Prof. Himanshu Pandey
Professor - Gorakhpur University, India

Research Interest: Technical Demography , Operation Research , Computer Application, Bayesian Application

Prof. David Nussbaum
Prof. David Nussbaum
Professor - University of Toronto, Canada

Research Interest: Psycology

Dr. Eylem Taskin
Dr. Eylem Taskin
Professor - Istanbul Bilim University, Turkey

Dr. Eylem Taskin obtained her MSc and Ph.D., from Department of Physiology, Cukurova and Erciyes University,  Turkey, respectively. She is also a Ph.D student at Department of Biophysics, Cukurova University, Turkey. Dr. Taskin worked as a Postdoc at New York University, the USA between January 2011- October 2012. She worked as an Assistant Professor September 2013-April 2015, then as an Associate Professor at T.C. Istanbul Bilim University. Dr. Taskin is member of international journal board member. She has more than 20 scientific papers and three international book chapters and one international book editor. Her papers have been cited more than 250 times, and h index is 11. She is a member some national and international societies. Research Interest: Her primary research interests are in vitro and in vivo toxicology especially cancer drug’s toxicity, cardiovascular pathologies including heart failure, hypertension, myocardial ischemia-reperfusion damage, diabetes, kidney and liver failures.

Dr. K. Mathiyazhagan
Dr. K. Mathiyazhagan
Professor - The Northcap University, India

Dr. K. Mathiyazhagan is currently working as an Associate Professor (Designate) in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, The NorthCap University (NCU), Haryana, India-122017. He did his Ph.D in the Department of Production Engineering, National Institute of Technology – Tiruchirappalli, Tamilnadu. Received B.E degree in the Department of Mechanical Engineering from I.F.E.T College of Engineering, Tamilnadu and M.E (CAD/CAM) degree from J.J.C.E.T, Tiruchirappalli, Tamilnadu. In addition to the Ph.D work, he went to the University of Southern Denmark, Denmark” four months as a visiting research scholar. He has more than twenty international publications with Cumulative impact factor of (SCI/SSCI) 36.585 and one international book chapter in the Taylor and Francis also presented a paper in ten international conferences and two international workshops. He is privileged as a reviewer of nine international journals. Also, he organized two international workshops and one international conference. He received an opportunity as an examiner for Ph.D research thesis on Anna University, Chennai, Tamilnadu. Also, he delivered a special lecture for the faculty and research scholars in International workshop. His research area interests are “Green Supply Chain Management, Sustainable Supply Chain Management and Shipping Container Selection”.

Dr. Melinda Madléna
Dr. Melinda Madléna
Professor - University of Szeged, Hungary

Dr. Melinda Madléna  is an experienced dentist especially trained in pediatric dentistry, orthodontics, and preventive dentistry. She is having extensive knowledge related to epidemiological studies on oral health, caries prevention and the interdisciplinary team work in groups of all ages. She is an actively publishing author with more than 130 written scientific publications (mostly as the first or the last author), both in Hungarian, English or German languages and more than 640 independent citations (mainly from foreign countries). Currently, she has  excellent communication and teaching skills. Research interest: Pediatric dentistry, orthodontics, and preventive dentistry.

Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Singh
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Singh
Asst Professor - Union Christian College, India
Dr. Wu Qi_Nan
Dr. Wu Qi_Nan
Asst Professor - The first affiliated Hospital of the Third Military Medical University, China
Dr. Yuan-Yuan Zhang
Dr. Yuan-Yuan Zhang
Asst Professor - Sichuan University, P. R. China
Dr. Bimei Jiang
Dr. Bimei Jiang
Asst Professor - Central South University, P. R. China
Dr. Adolfo Lulianelli
Dr. Adolfo Lulianelli
Asst Professor - Institute on Membrane Technology of the Italian National Research Council , Italy

Research Interest: 1. Hydrogen production from reforming processes through membrane reactors 2. Inorganic membrane reactors 3. Reforming processes of renewable sources in membrane reactors 4. Gas separation through membrane science.

Dr. Dinesh P. Kawade
Dr. Dinesh P. Kawade
Asst Professor - Priyadarshini J.L.College of Pharmacy, India

Research Interest: Organic Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry

Dr. Jalari Ramu
Dr. Jalari Ramu
Asst Professor - Debre Markos University, Ethiopia

Research Interest:  Biochemistry, Biology, Medical/dental, herbal medicine

Dr. Saravut Jaritngam
Dr. Saravut Jaritngam
Asst Professor - Prince of Songkla University, Thailand

Research Interest: Construction Materials, Civil Engineering, Geotechnical and Pavements Engineering, Soil Improvement, Sustainable Waste Management

Dr. L. A. Kumaraswamidhas
Dr. L. A. Kumaraswamidhas
Asst Professor - Indian Institute of Technology(ISM), India

Dr. L. A. KUMARASWAMIDHAS, In the midst of a healthy and intellectual upbringing, he obtained his Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Bharathiar University, in 1999. Subsequently, he obtained his M.E. in Engineering Design from PSG Tech/ Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, in 2002. Besides having a strong technical expertise and analytical skills, he acquired his Ph.D degree from Anna University, Chennai, in 2008. He started his career from 2002 as a Teaching Research Associate in Automobile Engineering, Madras Institute of Technology, Anna University Chennai, to satisfy his passion for teaching and research. He served as an Assistant Professor at National Institute of Technology (NIT), Tiruchirappalli in Tamil Nadu during 2006-2012. Now he is working as an Associate Professor in the Department of Mining Machinery Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology(ISM), Dhanbad. In addition to his teaching, he had also worked as an administrator/coordinator. By virtue of working for a considerable number of years in the academic arena, he reached the position of the M.Tech. Mining Machinery Coordinator at IIT(ISM) Dhanbad. During his stint as MME Coordinator, Dr.L.A.Kumaraswamidhas became known for his contribution of value-creation and value-addition to various sectors such as overall administration, academic affairs, teaching and research of the University. As an active researcher, Dr.L.A.Kumaraswamidhas is associated with many foreign Universities, along with that he is an Editorial Board Member of 5 Reputed Journals and also a reviewer of 6 International journal.  Consecutively he has contributed to the areas of Automobiles, Vibration, Tribology, Engineering Design and Computational Fluid Dynamics with 98 research publications among which 30 are SCI Journals. As a research guide, he has produced 4 Ph.D’s, 1 submitted his thesis and at present 15 research scholars are pursuing their Ph.D. under his direct supervision. He is having 2 patents related to his area of research. He has handled different R&D Projects and Consultancy projects for Industry and authored a book Engineering Graphics for engineering graduates. He also visited many foreign countries. A technical and education management expert, Dr.L.A.Kumaraswamidhas, believes that Science, Engineering and Technology are advancing at a fast pace and obsolescence of physical infrastructure, skills and competence takes place rapidly. He is keen on taking steps to improve the existing infrastructure, investment and intellectual strength wherever they exist and network them so as to utilize them effectively and optimally for meeting the changing needs.

Dr. Mohd. Ashraf Rather
Dr. Mohd. Ashraf Rather
Asst Professor - College of Fisheries, India

Research Interest: Molecular and Computational Biology

Dr. Gopal Jee Gopal
Dr. Gopal Jee Gopal
Asst Professor - Assist Prof. Gopal Jee Gopal
Dr. Abdolreza Ardeshirylajimi
Dr. Abdolreza Ardeshirylajimi
Asst Professor - Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Iran.

Dr.  Abdolreza Ardeshirylajimi works on the tissue engineering and regenerative medicine fields with a focus on the induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), Adult stem cells (isolation and characterization) and biocompatible scaffolds in the orthopedic disorders. We established Osteogenic and Chondrogenic differentiation process of iPSCs and Mesenchymal stem cells on 2D and 3D culture system. Our motivation is in the scaffold fabrication process, for example, the use of different biocompatible and biodegradable bio-polymers (synthetic and natural), several surface modification methods for scaffolds fabricated by various methods, encapsulation or incorporation of drugs, growth factors, genes and etc. We used animal models in the most of our studies, we also try to investigate more about which signal pathways involved in the osteogenic induction by nanofibrous scaffolds.

Dr. Giuseppe Murdaca
Dr. Giuseppe Murdaca
University of Genova, Italy

Dr. Giuseppe Murdaca has received his PhD in Science and Space Engineering at the University of Genova (Italy) during the period of 2000-2003. Currently, he is working as Assistant professor in Internal Medicine University of Genova (Italy).nBased on this research and fellowship training he has received several awards and honors, such as: Prize for young researchers of the study, assigned by the GILS, with the following motivation: “Standardization of a method to assess impairment by skinfold thickness skin”, delivered on the occasion of the “Day VII Italian to fight Scleroderma” (Milan, 17/3 / 2001) Award for one of the three best oral presentations at the Ninth Congress of the Inter-SIMI Piemonte and Valle D’Aosta, Liguria (Genoa, 06.17.2004): Murdaca G., Fenoglio D., M. Setti, Brenci S., Villa R., Pontali E., A. Kunkl, Indiveri F., Puppo F. “Generation of CD4 + lines specific for Pneumocystis carinii and Candida albicans obtained from HIV + patients. Meaning of the coexpression of IFN-g and IL-4 ” Research Interest: Immunodeficiency, Autoimmunity, Neuro-endocrino-immunology, Pharmacogenomics

Dr. Marco Zaffanello
Dr. Marco Zaffanello
Asst Professor - University of Verona, Italy

Clinical and research interests: Polysomnography – type III sleep testing devices SOMNO-screen – SOMNOmedics Gmbh (diagnosis and clinical treatment of OSAS) Paediatric Nephrology (diagnosis and clinical treatment of urinary tract infections, enuresis, malformative nephro-uropathies,  renal tubulopathies, chronic kidney diseases).

Dr. Murali Banavoth
Dr. Murali Banavoth
Asst Professor - University of Hyderabad, India
Dr. Rajib Biswas
Dr. Rajib Biswas
Asst Professor - Tezpur University, India

Research Interest: Seismology, LSPR based sensing, Fiber Optics and Instrumentation, Optical properties of Nanomaterials

Dr. Barjinder Pal Kaur
Dr. Barjinder Pal Kaur
Asst Professor - National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management (NIFTEM), India

Research Interest: Novel food Processing, Drying technology, Food Packaging, Food microbiology, Predictive modeling.

Dr. Abbas Amini
Dr. Abbas Amini
Asst Professor - Western Sydney University Australia, Australia

Research Interest: Indentation methods, shape memory alloys, water treatment, drug delivery systems, piezoelectric materials, biomedical materials, graphene, graphane, CNTs, biodegradable polymeric nano-composites, TiO2, ZnO, environmental sustainability and water efficiency, experimental analysis, multi-scale (nano to macro) modelling of multi-physics phenomena, phase transition, mechanics of materials, fabrication of modern composites, manufacturing, offshore naval structures, and ship design.

Scientist Abhishek Kumar
Scientist Abhishek Kumar
Asst Professor - German Cancer Research Center, Division of Molecular Genetic Epidemiology Heidelberg, Germany

Research interests Researcher focusing on computational genomics with current interests in genetics, genomics and trancriptomics specially fungi, insects and vertebrates. Current research interests as following 1. Research Area #1: Application of genomics to human diseases 2. Research Area #2: Genomics of drug-like molecules from fungi 3. Research Area #3: Evolutionary Genomics 4. Research Area #4: Biodiversity Genomics.

Adjunct Prof. Antônio Marcos da Silva Catharino
Adjunct Prof. Antônio Marcos da Silva Catharino
Asst Professor - General Hospital of Nova Iguaçu , Brazil

Research Interest: Health Sciences

Adjunct Prof. Filippo Giarratana
Adjunct Prof. Filippo Giarratana
Asst Professor - University of Messina, Italy

Filippo Giarratana was born in Ciriè (Torino) Italy on 26/10/1978. In november 2004 he was graduated at Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Messina, Italy, with a thesis on “The use of spectrofotometer for the evaluation of colour on meat of tuna”. He continued studies on fish and food hygiene during the 3 years of Ph.D. in “Marine Environment Healthiness, Ichtyopathology and Quality of Seafood” at University of Messina, with a thesis: “Interference of Specific Spoilage Organism on Aeromonas hydrophila growth” From 2006 to 2009 he worked as consultant of food quality and hygiene for several national and local food industries. From 2008 to 2011 he was the quality manager and the head of safety, in a Laboratory of microbiological food testing and veterinary biochemical analysis located in Messina. In July of 2012 Filippo has obtained the title of Specialist in “Inspection of Food of Animal Origin” Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Torino, Italy. From 2011 to 2014 he was a Research fellow for the research project titled: “Characterization of the hazards in off-shore aquaculture products, view of the obligations provided by Regulation 852/2004 for the primary production” at the Department of Veterinary Sciences, University of Messina. In October 2015 Filippo becames a Researcher in Inspection of Food of Animal Origin at the Department of Veterinary Sciences, University of Messina. From October 2016 he was the Head of the microbiological analysis laboratory for the “Consorzio di Ricerca Filiera Carni”, of University of Messina (ACCREDIA approved). He has been Adjunct Professor for matters relating to inspection, hygiene and food microbiology. From 2006 he is a member of Italian Association of Veterinary Hygienists. His scientific activity is certified by over than 40 papers published on national and internationals journals. Research Interest: i) quality and safety (parasites, foodborne disease or spoilage agents) of food of animal origin; ii) food microbiology; iii) effects of plant essential oil on parasites, microrganisms and quality of foods; iv) antibiotic resitance in spoilage and pathogen bacteria.

Dr. Claire Monge
Dr. Claire Monge
Research Scientist - Laboratory of Tissue Biology and Therapeutic Engineering

Dr. Claire Monge obtained her MSc and Ph.D. of Physiology and Pharmacology, from the Université Grenoble Alpes (Grenoble, France) in 2009. After graduating, she worked as a Postdoc at Radboud University (Nijmegen, The Netherlands) on the bioenergetics of early oncogenic transformation. Back to France, she carried a 4 years project on the development of natural biomaterials for the culture of muscle stem cells. She is now a permanent Research Scientist at CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research) and carries projects on the combination of natural polymers for drug delivery, at the Laboratory of Tissue Biology and Therapeutic Engineering, University of Lyon, France.

Interest: Her primary research interests are the biomaterials made of natural polymers for tissue engineering and drug delivery.

Prof.Dr. Shah Alam Khan
Prof.Dr. Shah Alam Khan
Professor of Pharmaceutical Medicinal Chemistry in the Department of Pharmacy at Oman Medical College

Dr. Shah Alam Khan is currently working as an Professor of Pharmaceutical Medicinal Chemistry in the Department of Pharmacy at Oman Medical College, Muscat, Oman (In academic partnership with West Virginia University, USA). He received his Ph.D. from   Jamia Hamdard University, New Delhi, in 2003 for studying the chemistry and role of Silybum marianum (Milk thistle), silymarin and its synthetic analogues in the hepatoprotection. He is recipient of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF, GATE) and Senior Research fellowship (SRF, CSIR) from Government of India for pursuing master’s and doctorate degree. His field of research interests includes synthesis and biological evaluation of natural products and synthetic heterocyclic compounds. He has contributed more than 100 full length research articles in the national/international journals of repute. He is serving as an editorial board member of several international journals and has reviewed scientific papers in field of Pharmacy and science for more than 25 journals. He has supervised 26 undergraduate and post graduate research projects, four of them were awarded first, second and third prize in poster presentation category at international conferences. He has successfully completed two FURAP research projects as a mentor funded by TRC, Oman in year 2014-15. He has been invited as a guest speaker in several national and international conferences. He was awarded ‘Best Teacher’ in Pharmacy at Oman Medical College for the academic year 2010-11, and 2011-12 and 2015-16.  He is a life member of many professional bodies such as IPA, IPGA and APTI.

Dr. Rahul A.Hajare
Dr. Rahul A.Hajare
Associate Professor in Rajgad Dnyanpeeth's College of Pharmacy,Pune University

Dr. Rahul Hajare has completed his PhD from Vinayaka Missions University. He is a Post-Doctoral Fellow, 2013 (7 th Batch) Indian Council of Medical Research New Delhi, achieved under the guidance and supervision of Hon’ble Dr. Ramesh Paranjape,,  Retired as Director and Scientist ‘G’ National AIDS Research Institute, India. Primary area of research was study and model of binding energy complexes determination, characterized and examined selected new series of resistance mutation and noted changes in interaction between target compound and HIV-1 mutant. Notable work in the area includes identification and characterization of small molecules and development of model speeds drug discovery and development a series of novel, scaffold on a molecular recognition of HIV-1 inhibitors were synthesized using a parallel synthesis unit processes technology. Joined the R & D, Aarti Drugs Limited Mumbai, initial work established the modernization of Analytical Laboratory and R& D laboratory. The role also involves generation of funds through intra- and extra-mural projects, capacity building through infra-structure development and training and overall leadership for the academic industry. He has close linkage between National AIDS Research Institute, ICMR, ACS, AAPS, Biomaterial Society, OMICS International, Fragment-based Drug Discovery, Autism Researchers Link, Allied academies, BIT’s and my current research. He has published more than 60 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of repute.

Dr. Florian Berghea
Dr. Florian Berghea
Lecturer UMF Carol Davila

Florian Berghea received his MD and PhD degrees from the Carol Davila University of Medicine – Bucharest, Romania. In 1997 he was appointed as Teaching Assistant in the Department of Internal Medicine and Rheumatology of the same university. He won several research grants and fellowships from Romanian Govern, EULAR, NIHES – The Netherlands, World Bank and attended research stages at Maastricht University and Catholic University in Nijmegen – the Netherlands, Oslo University – Norway and University of York – UK.   He defended his PhD thesis in 2010 in the area of health economics with one package of original studies merged under the title:  “The socio-economic impact of rheumatic diseases – Romanian patient perspective”. In 2013 he received his PG Certification in Health Economics from the University of Aberdeen. From 2001 is co-founder and Research Manager of RCRD Research Center – this unit have been awarded by the European Commission as “The most promising Romanian research unit in the area of health research” and won research grants in total amount of more than 2.5 M Euros.

Dr Berghea’s research interests focus around the outcomes research and health economics; with his co-workers, he developed some of the first local protocols for Health Technology Evaluation in the areas of rheumatology and oncology. He was appointed as consultant and independent trainer for several major pharma companies. He has published a large number of original papers, several book chapters and offered various lectures both in Romanian and European events.

He is the general secretary of Romanian Society of Rheumatology and serves on the editorial

Board of Romanian Journal of Rheumatology. test

Dr. Seyed Ali Ghorashi
Dr. Seyed Ali Ghorashi
senior lecturer of Intensive Animal Production and Health and Animal Biotechnology at the Charles Sturt University, Australia.

Seyed Ali Ghorashi is a senior lecturer of Intensive Animal Production and Health and Animal Biotechnology at the Charles Sturt University, Australia. His research interests are molecular diagnosis and genotyping of veterinary pathogens and molecular epidemiology of infectious diseases.

 

Dr. Christophe P. Ribelayga
Dr. Christophe P. Ribelayga
Associate Professor of Ophthalmology & Visual Science The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Research Interests :

My research aims to understand how we see during the day and night. Our visual system is remarkable in that it can operate under the bright midday sun, at night under starlight, and at all times in between when ambient light intensity varies by more than 10 billion fold. The mechanisms responsible for this remarkable adaptation are known to primarily originate in the eye and more specifically in its sensory part, the retina. Adaptation to the daily changes in ambient light intensity in the retina depends on a specific functional architecture, including 2 types of photoreceptors, rods and cones, and a wide variety of neuronal mechanisms encompassing both adaptive mechanisms driven by ambient light and endogenous mechanisms, such as circadian clocks. The main property of circadian clocks is that they are self-sustained in nature, and therefore they function even in the absence of time cues, such as in constant conditions (i.e. constant darkness) with a period of approximately 24 h, hence the term circadian (from the Latin circa dies, which translates into “about one day”). Circadian clocks in the retina keep track of the highly predictable daily changes in the ambient light intensity, thus helping the retina to anticipate the abrupt changes in lighting conditions at transition times (i.e. dawn and dusk) and optimize retinal processing for high-acuity low-sensitivity daytime vision or low-acuity high-sensitivity nighttime vision. Genetic dysfunction of the retinal clocks or of circadian signaling in the retina produces marked deficits in retinal responses to light and compromises retinal cell viability. Thus, functional circadian clocks are essential for normal maintenance and function of the retina.

Our long-term goal is to understand how circadian clocks in the retina modulate retinal function on a daily basis, and why clock malfunction impinges on information processing and cell viability. We expect that our work will bring us closer to fully understand why circadian timing is so critical in the retina. We also expect that understanding how circadian clocks control neuronal activity and functional pathways in the retina will be of great benefit towards our understanding of the general rules governing circadian clock function and neuroplasticity in the central nervous system.

Keywords: retina, circadian clock, electrical synapses, connexin, gap junction, rod and cone pathways, adaptation, neural circuits

Dr. Guodong Liu
Dr. Guodong Liu
Associate Professor,Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry ,North Dakota State University, Fargo

The emergence of nanotechnology is opening new horizons for the application of nanomaterials in Analytical Chemistry, particularly in biosensing and bioassays. Nanoparticles, nanotubes and nanowires are of considerable interest owing to their unique physical and chemical properties. Such properties (high surface/volume ratios, high electrical conductivity, small entrapment volumes and high stability) offer excellent prospects for chemical and biological sensing and bioassay. The power and scope of such nanomaterials can be greatly enhanced by coupling them with biological recognition reactions and electrical processes (i.e. nanobioelectronics). Research interests in Dr. Liu’s group includ

1. Synthesis of Novel Nanomaterials.
2. Development of Nano-Bioprobes for Biosensors and Bioassays.
3. Development of Biosensor and Bioassay Platforms for Ultrasensitive Detection of Nucleic Acids and Proteins.
4. Electrochemical Sensors and Biosensors for Environmental and Security Monitoring.
5. Development of Portable Clinical Diagnosis Device for Point-of-Care and In-field Applications.

 

Dr. Dwivedi Bhakti
Dr. Dwivedi Bhakti
Associate Bioinformatics scientist, Emory University

* Genomic study design and analysis plan

* Implentation of cancer focused genomic data analysis workflows(e.g., Data QA/QC, whole genome & transcriptome mapping/assembly, differential gene expression, methylation, variant discovery, structural variation discovery, ChIP-Seq, targeted gene panels, pathways and network analysis, integrated analysis, clustering analysis)

* Customized pipelines for array, next generation sequencing, and targeted gene panels analysis

* Identifying relevant public domain data sources for discovery and validation

* Bioinformatics software tool and method development

* Molecular evolution and phylogenetics

* Metagenomics and Microbiome

Dr.Leonardo Roever
Dr.Leonardo Roever
Scientist, Federal University of Uberlândia

Evidence based medicine and practice, network meta-analysis, randomized controlled trials, systematic reviews and meta-analysis, umbrella reviews, meta-epidemiologic studies, cross-sectional studies, diagnosis, treatment, management, and prevention of atherosclerosis, ectopic adiposopathy, biomarkers, inflammatory markers, metabolic syndrome, coronary artery disease, cardiovascular prevention, heart failure, hypertension, arrhythmia, diabetes, aging, stroke, clinical epidemiology, clinical research, biostatistics and development of new diagnostic and therapeutic methods.

Dr. Liam Chen
Dr. Liam Chen
Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Dr. Liam Chen is an Assistant Professor in Pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Chen is also a practicing neuropathologist, specializing in the diagnoses of complex neurological disorders including brain tumors, inflammatory and neurodegenerative conditions. Dr. Chen received residency training in Anatomic Pathology and fellowship training in Neuropathology and Molecular Genetics Pathology at Harvard Medical School. His laboratory is focused on understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying neurodegeneration in human disorder. His laboratory takes advantage of a simple animal model, Drosophila melanogaster, to harness the power of genetics to define cellular pathways underlying the specific destruction of postmitotic neurons in neurodegenerative disorders. Using this approach, Dr. Chen’s laboratory has created new fruit fly models of several human diseases, including frontotemporal dementia (FTD), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, Lou Gehrig’s disease), and chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Now working as an independent principal investigator at Johns Hopkins, he also has fruitful and ongoing collaborations with several investigators from the departments of Neurosurgery, Neuroscience, and Pathology.

Dr. Meenal Sinha
Dr. Meenal Sinha
Associate Research Specialist, University of California San Francisco

Meenal Sinha obtained her undergraduate and master’s degree in Biochemistry and Biotechnology, respectively, at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India. She did her Ph.D. in Immunology at the University of Texas at Houston, where she elucidated the role of complement anaphylatoxins C3a and C5a in a mouse model of allergic asthma. Then, she joined the University of California San Francisco for a postdoctoral fellowship in Immunology where she continued studying immune responses in the lung, with a focus on the role of the lung epithelium in mediating and amplifying immune responses to fungal infections. Currently, she is a research specialist the University of California San Francisco and is building on her expertise to better understand the underlying pathogenesis of idiopathic lung fibrosis using human lung explants from transplant recipients.

Dr. Pradeep Kumar
Dr. Pradeep Kumar
Assistant Professor, Jiwaji University, Gwalior

Synthesis, purification, characterization and biological activity evaluation of organic heterocyclic compounds of therapeutic interest i.e. Schiff bases, β-lactams, thazolidinones and thiosemicarbazones.

Kinetic studies of hydrolysis of organophosphorous compounds.

Green chemistry

Dr.Christian JELSCH
Dr.Christian JELSCH
CNRS Director of Research at CRM2 (ex LCM3B) laboratory

RESEARCH EXPERTISE

Dr Christian JELSCH, had initial training during his PhD and his two postdoctoral positions in protein crystallography. Since he was hired as CNRS, his area of research has expanded to charge density, crystallography at ultra-high resolution, development of original molecular recognition tools, crystallographic software development, crystallography of medicinal compounds.

Via the electron density database approach, he pioneered the extension of ultra-high resolution methodology from minerals/small compounds to biological macromolecules such as proteins (crambin, 243 citations], human aldose reductase [3,4], a DING phosphate transporter, cholesterol oxidase). The MoProSuite/MoProViewer software and generalized ELMAM2 electron density database found important applications. The database allowed us, from the electron lone pairs geometry, to predict that alcohols, phenols and carbonyl have strikingly different hydrogen bonding directionality patterns, as verified on an extensive survey of the Cambridge Structural Database. Recently, a new descriptor, the enrichment of intermolecular contacts, has been elaborated and implemented in MoProViewer. Based on statistics on chemical species interacting, it allows identifying the driving forces in crystal packing formation and pinpointing peculiar or wrong crystal structures.

Keywords:

Protein crystallography – charge density – molecular recognition – enzyme catalysis – crystal structure refinement – electron density – software development – crystallization – structure-properties relationships – crystal engineering

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