25th Global Summit on COVID-19
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Conference Speakers

Past COVID-19 Seminar

Pedram Keshavarz, MD

Designation: Research Assistant University: University of Georgia Country: Georgia More Details

He is a MD graduate from Medical University and highly interested in doing research in a wide variety of medical fields. He has been active in research during medical school and have published several articles till now, along with abstracts presented in the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and European Society of Radiology (ESR). Currently, he works as a Research Assistant at the University of Georgia in Tbilisi, Georgia.

Dr. Karine Aloyan

Designation: Specialist of Infectious Diseases University: Yerevan State Medical University Country: Armenia More Details

Karine Aloyan is a specialist of infectious diseases from Armenia. She graduated the faculty of General Medicine and Infectious Diseases fellowship program at the leading Armenian Medical University with honor. Her experience in the field combines ten years of practical performance, particularly focused on viral infections, such as HIV infection, hepatitis B and C, influenza; and eight years of academical work. Teaching infectious diseases to foreign students, Doctor Karine raised many successful physicians in Israel, Italy, India, Iraq, Lebanon. During swine flu pandemic she worked around the clock at the frontline volunteering at the military service in Armenia. Her current research interests are coronavirus infection and its sequalae, as well as liver transplantation issues in patients with chronic hepatitis B and C.

Annie Tubadji

Designation: Assistant Professor University: Swansea University Country: UK More Details
Annie Tubadji is an Assistant Professor in Economics at Swansea University, UK. She is a cultural economist studying cultural bias in economic choice. Annie’s research paradigm is termed Culture Based Development (CBD). The CBD Hypothesis was awarded by the Association for Institutional Thought (AFIT), Western Social Science Association meeting, Reno 2010. Relatedly, Annie was the 2015-2016 Shackle Scholar at Cambridge University, the UK. In 2021, the Learned Society of Wales awarded the CBD paradigm with the Dillwyn Medal. The CBD approach has shed further light on the role of culture in: economic growth, labour economics, migration, innovation and entrepreneurship. Annie’s current research interests include economics of happiness, altruism and socio-economic inequalities.‚Äč Annie has previously worked at: University of Bologna, Italy; University of the Aegean, Greece; Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Germany, UNDP, UNICEF, Gallup International. Currently, she is a member of the UNESCO-OECD PASCAL Network of Learning Cities.

Susan E. Schwartz, Ph.D.,

Designation: Jungian Analyst University: Country: Switzerland More Details
Susan E. Schwartz, Ph.D., Jungian analyst and clinical psychologist is a member the International Association of Analytical Psychology. She has taught in numerous Jungian programs and presented workshops and lectures in the USA and many other countries. Susan has articles in several journals and chapters in books on Jungian analytical psychology. She has a book published by Routledge in 2020 entitled, The Absent Father Effect on Daughters, Father Desire, Father Wounds. Her analytical private practice is in Paradise Valley, Arizona, USA and her website is www.susanschwartzphd.com

Dr. Ahmad Kalateh Sadati

Designation: Head of Social Welfare Research Center University: Yazd University Country: Iran More Details

Dr. Ahmad Kalateh Sadati is a Head of Social Welfare research center affiliated to Yazd University.  He has BS degrees in Nusring, master and PhD of Sociology. His Dissertation topic in Sociology titled "Critical Narrative Analysis of Doctor-Patient Interaction in Shahid Faghihi Hospital". Dr. Sadati’s research interests include sociology of health, qualitative methodology, health policy, Non communicable diseases, and medical humanities. He has extensive qualitative fieldwork, teaching, and sociology of health experiences. He has also served as a reviewer for several local and national medical and public health-related journals. He is an Associate Editor of Shiraz e Medical Journal from 2014.