Dr. Antoni Torres Martí, Spain.
Dr. Antoni has a degree in Medicine from the University of Barcelona. He has also completed his Ph.D. with research work focusing on Transtracheal aspirative puncture and protected specimen brush in the diagnosis of respiratory infections. He has more than 30 years of experience in clinics research and teaching in Respiratory Critical Care. Dr. Antoni is also a Professor of Pulmonology at the University of Barcelona and Senior Consultant of the Respiratory and Intensive Care Unit at Respiratory Institute, Hospital Clinic of Barcelona. He is also a member editorial board of many reputed journals like European Respiratory Journal, Thorax, Intensive Care Med, and BMC Infectious Diseases. Dr. Torres is also a member of many societies and has been awarded several times for scientific achievements.
Dr. Dina Neelofur Khan, Switzerland.
Dina Neelofur Khan has received a Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Geneva, Switzerland after completing her medical degree from Dow Medical College, Karachi, Pakistan. She has also received MSc in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom. Dr. Khan has extensive experience of working with international and non-governmental organizations. She has been working with the World Health Organisation (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland for several years. She has been the responsible officer in the Department of Reproductive Health Rights and Research in advancing the work of the Department to promote research capacity strengthening in low, and lower-middle-income countries; Knowledge Transfer; translating knowledge into policy and practice, and implementation of WHO guidelines at the country level. Currently, she has been working as a freelance consultant. Her research interests include maternal health; adolescent sexual and reproductive health; reproductive health and rights in humanitarian situations and refugee crises; and implementation research. Dr. Khan has authored peer-reviewed journal articles and publications.
Dr. Pavel A. Nazarov, Russia.
Pavel A. Nazarov got his Ph. D. from the Lomonosov Moscow State University in the field of Biochemistry where he studied catalytic fusion proteins, composed of components of the mammalian cholesterol side-chain cleavage enzyme system (P450scc). Then he continued his postdoctoral training in the field of molecular genetics of yeast at the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn), Philadelphia, PA. He has been working as a patent examiner in the field of biochemistry, molecular biology, immunology, and microbiology for the Russian Patent Office, and continues to serve as a patent specialist for Russian biotech companies. He has obtained certified training for the World Intellectual Property Organization. Currently serving as the Young Ambassador to Russia of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM), he is a member of the Russian Biochemical Society, the Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh, the Russian Geographical Society, and the Russian Microbiology Society. Dr. Nazarov is an Adjunct Associate Professor in Microbiology (Docent) at the REAVIZ Moscow Medical University and a Senior Research Scientist at the Belozersky Institute of the Lomonosov Moscow State University. He has been working on the development of novel antimicrobial agents, diagnostic methods, multidrug resistance pumps, biofilms, persisters, and antibacterial photodynamic therapy (aPDT).
Dr. Bernat González i Llinares, Spain.
Bernat González i Llinares obtained a Ph.D. in the field of Experimental Neurosciences from the University of Bordeaux (France) and the University Medical Center Amsterdam (The Netherlands), as one of the “Twinning Cum Laude projects” of the ENC-Network. Then, he pursued a post-doc at the Interdisciplinary Institute for Neuroscience (France), where he investigated how neurons communicate, particularly the modulation of neurotransmitter release. He is currently affiliated with Nordic Innovators Malaga, Spain. Moreover, his research has ranged from axon guidance at the Instituto de Neurociencias de Alicante (Spain), to synaptic plasticity at Utrecht University (The Netherlands), and adult neurogenesis at Universitat de València (Spain).
Dr. Kaneez Fatima Shad, Australia.
Kaneez Fatima Shad got her Ph. D. from the School of Physiology and Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales (UNSW) in neuroscience followed by postdoctoral training at the Allegheny University of Health Sciences, Philadelphia, USA. She is a Professor at the University of Technology, Sydney with a specialization in Neurosciences. She has been working on peripheral markers of brain and mind disorders, a project for the early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease using MR Spectroscopy. Dr. Shad has successfully developed a stroke meter (identifies the future risk of stroke). She is also a member of various scientific societies including Coordinator Neuroscience Program Network, IBRO for Asia Pacific region, Regional representative Women in Neuroscience, Australian Physiological Society, Australian Neuroscience Society and New York Academy of Sciences. She is associated as an expert referee for the British Journal of Pharmacology, Journal of Ethnopharmacology & Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and therapeutics.
Dr. Tariq Zaman, USA.
Dr. Zaman is a Ph.D. with expertise and interests in neuroscience. He is an experienced researcher with a demonstrated history of working at research institutes in Korea, Canada, and the United States of America with over 14 years of expertise in ion channel physiology (single cell to slice to the brain to iPSC-derived neurons), cell culture, gene targeting, in utero manipulations of the gene or bidirectional manipulation of neuronal activity using optogenetics and chemogenetics. He is currently invested in synaptic plasticity in developmental disorders at Michigan Medicine, USA.
Dr. Rupa Talukdar, India.
Rupa Talukdar has a degree in Psychological Counselling from the Institute for Behavioral and Management Sciences, India. Followed by a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Calcutta. She is a known Graphologist from Kolkata Institute of Graphology, Rehabilitation Psychologist (IGNOU). She has been serving as Chief Executive Psychological Counsellor and Graphologist at Mind's Eye-A Centre for Psychological Well-Being & rejuvenation. Rupa is the author of books and magazines on psychological issues. A few from her collection include Parenting and signature in Bangalis & Human Relationships. Besides this, she is also a member of Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI).
Dr. Rashid Hashmi, Australia.
Rashid Hashmi obtained his Ph. D. degree in Diagnostic Radiology from Nagasaki University, Japan. He has been working at the Radiology department in various institutes including Nagasaki University Hospital (Japan), Aga Khan University Hospital, Civil Hospital, and Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (Pakistan). His research interest concentrates on Radiography and Various imaging techniques and their usefulness in the healthcare setting. Dr. Rashid is an Associate Professor at Rural Medical School, University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia, and also the Director of Clinical Imaging Tutorials, Australia. He is an active member of the Australasian Association of Nuclear Medicine Specialists.
Dr. Shariq Abid, France.
Dr. Shariq completed his Ph.D. research on Pathophysiology and experimental therapeutics of Pulmonary Hypertension and COPD at Mondor Institute of Biomedical Research - INSERM U955, Faculty of Medicine, UPEC-Paris 12. He is currently working as a Scientific Researcher, Clinical Research Advisor, and Adjunct Assistant Professor (undergraduate and master students) in the Department of Respiratory-Physiology at Mondor Institute of Biomedical Research (IMRB), Faculty of Medicine, University Paris-Est Creteil (UPEC), affiliated with Henri Mondor Teaching hospital, Creteil, France. he is an active reviewer of the Journal of Cardio-Vascular Pharmacology (JCVP) and Ad hoc reviewer of the American Journal of Physiology (AJP-Lung). Also an active member of the American Thoracic Society (ATS).
Dr. Salvatore Massa, Italy.
Salvatore Massa is a medical doctor specialized in clinical microbiology (CMS) from the Faculty of Medicine, Catania University (Italy). His research work involves Food Microbiology, Water Microbiology, Dairy Microbiology, Hygiene and Food Safety, Antibiotic Resistance, Probiotics, Abiotic stress (Temperature, pH, Aw), Clinical Microbiology (HEV). Phenotypic and molecular techniques were used in studying pathogenic microorganisms, beneficial bacteria, and spoilage microorganisms. He is formerly a Full Professor at the Department of Agricultural, Food, and Environmental Sciences, Foggia University, Foggia, Italy. Salvatore does research in Food Microbiology with cultural and noncultural methods. His current project is 'Microbiology of natural mineral water. A narrative review' and Control of microorganisms by High-Pressure Processing. Currently, Massa is also visiting Professor at King Mongkut's Institute of Technology in Bangkok (Thailand).
Dr. Shamim Qureshi, Pakistan.
Shamim Qureshi completed her Ph. D. research on Isolation of Antibiotics from Soil Fungi at the Department of Biochemistry, University of Karachi, Pakistan. She joined as Professor at the Department of Biochemistry, University of Karachi. Besides this, she is also working as Secretary of the University of Karachi Alumni Association (UKAA) Baltimore, Washington, Scholarships in Karachi. She is an independent researcher and her research work focus on pharmacological activities of natural products, clinical chemistry, Hyperlipidemia, and liver diseases, and Biotechnology. Moreover, she is an active member of the Pakistan Society of Pharmacognosy and the Pakistan Society of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. Dr. Shamim is also working in association with many reputed journals like Global Journal of Pharmacology, Journal of Dow University of Health Sciences, British Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicines, and European Journal of Medicinal Plants.
Dr. Sagheer Ahmed, Pakistan.
Sagheer Ahmed obtained his Ph. D. in Pharmacology from the University of Karachi, Pakistan. He then moved to Brunei Darussalam for Postdoctoral training at PARPSB Institute of Health Sciences, University Brunei Darussalam. He has been working on antiplatelet and anticoagulant activities inducing myocardial infarction and broadly pharmacokinetics. He is appointed as Professor at Shifa College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Shifa Tameer-e-Millat University, Islamabad. Recipient of grants from HEC and Directorate of Science & Technology, Government of Pakistan to investigate genetic variation among Pakistani population. Besides this, he is an active member of the British Pharmacological Society, UK, and International Brain Research Organization, France. And also associated with the Journal of Translational Research Molecules, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, and Pharmaceutical Biology as a reviewer.
Dr. Mohamed Mohamed Elawdy, Oman
Dr. Mohamed is a Specialist (A) in Adult and Pediatric Urology, Ministry of Health, Oman. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, Mansoura University, Egypt, and finished the Residency and Master's Degree in Urology at Urology and Nephrology Center, Mansoura, Egypt (2004-2009). Then, he was an International Fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, USA, in 2013. Elawdy is an author/co-author for many published medical papers, also an active reviewer and editorial board member for many local and international journals.
Dr. Mushtaq Hussain, Pakistan.
Dr. Mushtaq Hussain has a Ph.D. degree in Genetics, Genomics, and Systems Medicine from the University of Glasgow, (UK). His research work focused on Phylogenomic and Structure-Function Relationship Studies of Proteins Involved in EBV-associated Oncogenesis. He is currently serving as Assistant Professor & Vice-Principal at the Dow College of Biotechnology, Dow University of Health Sciences. He has been awarded several national & international Grants. Dr. Hussain has submitted several Gene Sequences including Human NKx2.5: 184 sequences (MF358297-MF358480) & Human SCN1A: 73 sequences (MF422223-MF422295), etc.