Dr. Severine Minot, Morocco.
Severine Minot has completed her Ph.D. in Sociology from York University, Toronto, Canada. Her research interests include the cultural politics of identity formation and transformation, and the trans-cultural dynamics emergent from the global flow of people, merchandise, capital and information. She is certified in Social Communication & Group Facilitation from Saint-Paul University, Ottawa, Canada. Currently serving as Assistant professor at School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Social Development and Policy, Habib University, Pakistan. As an integral part of her work, she heeds the social conditions and practices that (re)produce structural inequalities and various forms of marginality and “otherness” surrounding ethnicity/race, gender, class, religion/beliefs and nationality.
Dr. Fakhera Feroz, London.
Dr. Fakhera Feroz (Faah) MBBS, LRCP LRCS LMSSA, MSc, DFFP, MRCOG, Ph.D., has been trained as a Clinical Academician in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Reproductive Medicine. Faah is a medical graduate from St Georges Hospital Medical School, University of London and obtained her clinical training from the tertiary university hospitals such as St Georges Hospital, London, Royal London Hospital, Royal Free Hospital, London, Imperial College, London and University College London. She has obtained her academic training at internationally renowned universities such as Manchester University, University of Warwick, University of Cambridge, Imperial College London and University College London. Based on her Ph.D. work she was awarded a Clinician Scientist Fellowship by Tubingen University, Germany. She has developed an Obstetric Simulator System (OSS) to establish and maintain preparedness for obstetric emergencies, and therefore improve obstetric outcomes worldwide. Dr. Faah is a Creative Director in the development of Animations in Medical Teaching as Pedagogical Tools. She is a founder of SAMEO (South Asia & Middle East Organisation), An Academic Health Science Centre for Reproductive, Maternal & Child Health (RMCH) based in London to improve maternal and child health at the global level and working very closely with World Health Organisation (WHO) as a constituency member of PMNCH (Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health) and UNO, Geneva Switzerland.
Dr. Sonya Arshad, Pakistan.
Sonya Arshad completed her Ph. D. on factors causing pregnancy-induced hypertensive disorders in pregnant females of Karachi from the University of Karachi, Pakistan. She completed her Neuropsychophysiology course from Behavioral Medicine Research and Training Foundation approved by American Psychological Association (APA). She has been appointed as permanent faculty at Liaquat National Hospital & Medical College (LNH&MC) from 2013 to date. Adjunct faculty at Tabba Heart Institute and the University of Karachi. She has been involved in maternal & Fetal Health, Mental Health Memory, cognitive skills, Brain plasticity, and Social Media addiction Research lately. Moreover, she is an active member of the Research, Academic, and Quality Enhancement Committee at (LNSOP).