Silvia Werdhy Lestari (SWL) is a reproductive biologist, embryologist and andrologist. She obtained her PhD from the Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia, where she studied ATPases on sperm, namely Na+,K+-ATPase, Ca2+-ATPase, dynein ATPase and its isoforms namely Na+,K+-ATPase a4, Plasma Membrane Ca2+-ATPase (PMCA) 4 and ATPases associated with various cellular activities (AAA) at sperm motility disorders. She underwent clinical embriology training in the Department of Obstetry and Gynecology at the Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, studying intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), embryo freezing and biopsy. From her researches, she has published many papers in her primary field. SWL is presently a researcher and lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Ricardo is a Portuguese resident Medical Doctor at Hospital do Barlavento Algarvio in Portimão, Portugal. Studied Pharmaceutical Sciences in the Faculty of Pharmacy (Porto University) in Portugal. Graduated in Medicine by the Universidad Europea de Madrid in Spain. During his internship, he joined the Clinical Radiology Department in the Hospital Universitario Quirónsalud Madrid, Spain, where he developed great interest in breast pathology, namely diagnosis and treatment for breast cancer. He published his work about the “Correlation Between Apparent Diffusion Coefficient Values in Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Prognostic Factors of Breast Invasive Ductal Carcinoma” under the supervision of Dr. Vicente Vega Martínez, Head of the Clinical Radiology Department. Article published on July 2018 in the ”Porto Biomedical Journal“. Received the CIMQ17 1st prize award on best investigation work, by the Faculty of Medicine of Compostela University in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. He has a major Research interest, taking part on several projects on Molecular Research and Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment. Reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals, both national and internationally. Invited speaker to the “4th Global Insight Conference on Breast Cancer”, London, UK, July 2019. Invited speaker to the “Global Conference on Breast Cancer Research”, Rome, Italy, September, 2019.
Dr. Ambika Prasad Patra, Medicinae Doctor (M.D.) in the specialty of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Bachelorette in Medicine & Surgery (MBBS), Master’s degree in Business Management (Hospital Administration), and certified medical Toxicologist. Member Faculty of Royal College of Physicians, UK, London. Editor of Journal of Indian Society of Toxicology (JIST). Working faculty of Department of Department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology at Jawaharlal Institute of Post-graduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER), Institute of National Importance under Ministry of Health & Family-welfare, Government of India. Currently, associate Professor & Head of Clinical Forensic Medicine and Toxicology unit and Legal Medicine consultant. Received award for the category of ‘best Editor (2015-16) among Toxicology Journals in India’ by the Indian Society of Toxicologists. General Secretary of Indian Society of Toxicology and Editor of Journal of Indian Society of Toxicology (JIST), Member-secretary for the Committee of Sexual Offences Examination Cell, Research Guide for PhD, Post-graduate (Medical) scholars, examiner for Post-graduate Medical and PhD candidates, Visiting professor to 5 medical universities across India and Asia. Currently, faculty of Forensic & Legal Medicine, UK., London, and member of 15 other International Scientific Societies (Medical).
Roman Anton studied and graduated in Biology at the University of Technology in Darmstadt (grade: very good), Germany, did his doctorate at the University of Ulm in Life Science Research (grade: very good), Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Cell Biology and the Natural Sciences (Dr. rer. nat.), and continued his Ph.D. project as a stipendiary of the German Max-Planck-Society in the field of Signaling, Stem Cell and Cancer Biology, transcriptional regulation and molecular mechanisms of aging. One of the most widely experienced and advanced hidden leaders in the biological sciences, steadily catalyzing innovation, the right understanding, and uncovering the key biases in sciences, Anton promotes the systems biology perspective that should enable all scientists of a field to better work together in one global project, one fair and transparent platform of collaboration of what has been termed open innovation and open science. While at NYU, Pharmacology University of Bonn, NMI, and UCSF, Anton emerged as a scientific leader in research and innovation who can bring the field to the next scientific, managerial and normative level, which starts with ending the faculty and impact point system. His research about bias finds that scientific progress can not be independently viewed from socio-economic and cultural progress due to its implementation. Therefore, he also published in management and economics (smart city planning, bias in graded sustainable intrapreneuring), empirics and basis of financial markets (a loophole in monetary transmission), and Life Science (bias inopen science and innovation), which still widely seem to lack and require normative management based on scientific findings (major bias in all sciences and global careers) - as scientific success is not defined by scientific ability or scientific performance, and usually deprived in the system, therefore he proposes Open Science as Fair Systems Biology for all.
Gabriel kishoyian has been teaching and publishing research papers in medical field for the last twenty years. His profession as a laboratory Scientist inspired him to publish his findings in orders to share with the world and make a difference in medical field. In 2016, He was publicly noted and awarded for a paper titled’ Prevalence of trichomonaes infection among clients attending Meru level five hospital, Kenya. He has since received many other awards in research. He is an Infectious Diseases Diagnosis graduate from Kenyatta University (MSc) and currently studying PhD in molecular medicine at the same University. He has so far published two papers as part of the course requirement. For the past twenty five years, Gabriel Kishoyian has been lecturing Biochemistry and Research at Kenya Medical Training College, Kenya where He has risen to the position of a constituent Campus principal.
A dream is dreamed, goal is realized and the fire that burns deep inside never loses to make a person achieve the desired goals. This is something I relate to. Being born and brought up in an atmosphere full of energy, cheerfulness and happiness among the family members and relatives, I never experienced the pain of leaving of someone too close to me. One unfortunate day, my aunty, nearest to my heart was diagnosed with cancer. Treatments such as surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, injections, herbal treatments-ayurveda etc. were given. But, we forget that we were making her more away from us. She eventually went so far away that we couldn’t see her even. That fine day, my goals changed. I started involving myself in searching what is cancer, what causes it, what are the treatment options in the near future and what can I do to eradicate cancer from the society. This led to my increased interest in new ways to reduce the cancers growing all around the world. So, here I am presenting one of my way to kill the tumor cells without affecting the normal cells of the body.
Dr. Jehad Zweiri, lecturer in Cancer studies at the University of Liverpool Medical School, born and grew up in Jordan and received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Jordan in 1990. He obtained his master degree from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine/University of London, and then obtained his PhD degree in 2000 from Kings College Medical School/University of London, in the field of Immune Gene Therapy of Cancer under the supervision of Professor Farzin Farzaneh. He then started his work as Postdoctoral Associate at the department of Immunology and Medicine at the University of Liverpool in 2002. In 2010 he was appointed as a lecturer in the University of Liverpool Medical School and he is currently fellow of the British Higher Education Academy since 2012.
Parwanto MLE is a Molecular Biologist at the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Trisakti, Indonesia. Studied Biomedical with core major of Molecular Biology, graduated (Doctor of Science) at the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia. During his studies, where he studied single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) of sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG) in adult men. Currently, Head of Biology Department, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Trisakti. He has a major research interests in molecular genetics and natural medicine. Presentations in international conference such as: The 17th Congress of IFAA (2009-Cape Town-South Africa), The 3rd National Congress of ASI and The 11th AOFS (2010-Bali-Indonesia); 6th APICA & 13th IAA Congress (2011-Surabaya, Indonesia); 2nd IASCBC (2012 Chiang Mai, Thailand); The 18th Congress of The IFAA (2014-Beijing-China); The 8th APICA (2018-Busan-Korea).
Tanja Planinšek Ručigaj is dermatovenereologist, phlebologist and finished two years study of lymphology at European e-Lymph School and she has completed her PhD in 2018 at Medical Faculty of Maribor, Slovenia. She is the director of Dermatovenereological Clinic, University Medical Centre Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia. She is a lecturer at the Faculty of Helth Angele Boškin, Jesenice, Slovenia. She was a president of Slovenian Dermatovenereological Society for 8 years. She is a vice-president of Balcan Venous Forum. She is a president of Slovenian Phlebological and lymphological Society and a president of Slovenian Wound management Association. She is a board member Council of European Wound Manegement Association and representativ of Slovenia in UEMS for Dermatology and for Chronic Wound. She has more than 1000 entries in Co-operative Online Bibliographic System/Servis and her publication have been cited more times. She is an editorial board member of repute journal.
Dr. Oleg Bukhtoyarov, MD, graduated from the Medical Military Academy in Sankt Petersburg (formerly Leningrad, USSR) in 1990 and served as a physician on strategic "Typhoon" class nuclearpowered submarines. He worked in Laboratory of the Cellular Biotechnology and Laboratory for Regulation of Immunopoiesis in Research Institute of Clinical Immunology of Siberian branch of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences (Novosibirsk, Russia). His scientific interests cover topics of combat stress, treatment of poststress mental and psychosomatic disorders, hypnotherapy, psycho-oncology, and psychoimmunology of cancer. Founder of the concepts of "stressful (psychogenic) carcinogenesis", "cancer reparative trap", and "life purpose dominant". Developer of the anti-tumor skin test to evaluate the specific anti-tumor activity of the immune system in cancer patients for immunodiagnostic of the risk of cancer recurrence. Currently, Dr. Bukhtoyarov is the Chief physician of the Medical Center 39 LLC (Kaliningrad, Russia) and member of the Russian Society of Immunology.
Siddaganga S Mangshetty is an assistant professor in the department of Pathology at Gulbarga Institute of Medical Sciences Kalaburgi, India. She has completed her MBBS & MD from M R Medical college Kalaburgi Karnataka India. She has published her research work in various national and international journals.
Research interest : Cytopathology and Oncopathology.
DONKOR YAW OTCHERE is Anatomy lecturer in the Department of Basic Medical Science, School of Medicine (UHAS). Previously, He worked as a laboratory scientist and practical demonstrator in the Department of Theoretical and Applied Biology, KNUST for 3years. Before this, He worked in the University Hospital, KNUST as a Biomedical Scientist for two years and Research scientist at Kumasi Centre for Collaborative Research in Tropical Medicine, KNUST for a year as part time.
Dr. Julien ilunga nikulu completed his diploma from the University of Lubumbashi . Julien ilunga nikulu affiliations are International Union Against Cancer (UICC), Congolese League Against Cancer (LCCC), Franco-African Group of Pediatric Oncology (GFAOP). Presently he is a Head of Pathology Department and professor of Medicine .
I graduated in 1981 at Physics Faculty Dalat University, worked as a researcher in Dalat nuclear research institute from 1981 to 1995 then I come to Hochiminh city and worked at Center for nuclear techniques as a senior researcher until 2008. When my country have nuclear power plant project I come to Ninh Thuan Nuclear plant project board with position head of nuclear safety department. I have got Ph.D in nuclear and atomic physics at National university in 2005. Retired in 2015. During the working time I got some IAEA fellowships, Japan MEXT. I published 14 publications on ISI journal.
Rajiv M Mallipudi, MD, MHS is an internal medicine physician and clinical healthcare systems researcher with a strong interest in oncology. He currently works as a Hospital Medicine Fellow at Yale New Haven Health where he is collaborating with senior healthcare leadership in providing safe, cost-effective quality patient-centered care health systems. He has a passion for teaching and mentoring junior physicians in patient care and research writing. Dr. Mallipudi has won awards for outstanding poster and oral research presentations at conferences in diverse fields such as the Society of Hospital Medicine, The Oncology Society of New Jersey, and the American College of Gastroenterology. Dr. Mallipudi has also published in the fields of radiation oncology, hospital quality improvement, oncology, preventative care, as well as neurology.