Areena Hoda Siddiqui is a physician by training with a specialist qualification in Microbiology, presently she is working as a Clinical Microbiologist in Sahara Hospital, Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), India, a tertiary care hospital providing specialist services to the people. It is the biggest private hospital having all the advance facilities for catering population. It has latest diagnostic technologies. Apart from looking after routine diagnostic services in Microbiology to the hospital, she also serves as the Secretary, Infection Control Committee of Sahara Hospital, which is the only NABH (National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers) accredited Hospital in the entire state of Uttar Pradesh. The hospital is operational with 299 beds. As a part of latter responsibility she is also involved in planning, sampling and data analysis of various sections of hospital which includes Central line associated Blood Stream Infection, Catheter associated Urinary Tract Infection, Surgical Site Infection, and Ventilator Associated Pneumonia. She is also involved in making Antibiotic Policy and its implementation. Besides above she is also take trainings of Healthcare workers associated with other hospital and guide them in practice related to implementation of Infection Control.
Narendra singh completed his primary education from primary pathshala Takeli and Ibrahimpur school for prematric and then passed high school in 1990 from Janata higher secondary school Kalyanpur Sitapur. He has done intermediate from Jubilee inter college Lucknow U.P. in 1992 and B.sc. in 1995 from BSNL Degree college Lucknow U.P. He passed MBBS in 2003 and M.D in 2019 medicine from G.S.V.M. medical college Kanpur U.P. India. He appeared in many CME and Work shop and also published 11 research papers. He is a Consultant Physician in District hospital Barabanki U.P India.
Valerii A. Voinov is the Professor and head of Therapeutic apheresis department, of I.P. Pavlov’s St. Petersburg State Medical University. He is the author of more than 470 scientific papers, including 12 monographs, 25 inventions and patents on the problems of therapeutic apheresis in various fields of medicine. He participated in creating the first domestic plasma filters PFM-800 as well as PFM-TT “ROSA” and development of devices and methods of membrane plasmapheresis and their deployment in medical institutions of Russia and abroad in many countries of Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America. His main book, “Therapeutic Apheresis”, has been translated into Bulgarian, Romanian, English, and Spanish. His research interest are Therapeutic apheresis in rheumatology, allergy, neurology, pulmonology, nephrology, diabetes, oncology, transplantology, obstetrics and neonatology, anti-aging medicine, resuscitation and critical care (severe injuries, burns, infectious diseases, sepsis).
Moueden Mohamed Amine is Associate professor and professor researcher in medical school of Oran in Algeria. He had worked four years in the field of blood transfusion, presently he is working in biological hematology department of Oran hospital in Algeria, He taught medical virology at the University of Sidi Bel abbes in Algeria. He participated in many national and international congresses. He has completed numerous trainings in the field of molecular biology, flow cytometry and applied statistics in medicine .His research interest are Malignant hemopathies, cytology, Flow Cytometry and Hemostasis
Ferdinand Nsengimana is a Registered Nurse Accoucheur with a PhD in Public Health – Epidemiology from Walden University, a Master of Public Health, a bachelor degree in Nursing Science, anda diploma in Comprehensive Nursing and Midwifery from the University of Namibia. He has a vast experience in clinical nursing and midwifery, education of nurses and midwives, as well as in the development and review of nursing and midwifery educational material. He was part of the team that trained the first group of nurses and midwives in South Sudan, and he is currently a lecturer at the Moi University, School of Nursing. His research interest remains in public health, currently focusing on most effective malaria prevention methods, and has published two papers.
Dr. Md. Monirul Islam received Bachelor in Agriculture and MS (Soil Science) degree from the Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Mymensingh, Bangladesh in 1991 and 1997, respectively. He obtained PhD in Soil Science from the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University, Salna, Gazipur-1706, Bangladesh in 2009. He also completed Post-Doctoral Research in Phytoremediation in 2012 from the University Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia. Dr. Islam is working as Principal Scientific Officer at Tuber Crops Research Centre, Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI), Gazipur, Bangladesh. Previously he worked as Scientific Officer of Analytical Services Division and Soil Science Division in the same Institute. Dr. Islam Obtained Government of Bangladesh (GOB) and National Agroforestry Working Group (NAWG) scholarship for conducting MS and PhD research, respectively in 1995 and 2007. He also awarded Research Development Grant Scheme scholarship to carryout Post-Doctoral Research. His main research interests are Soil fertility, Plant Nutrition, Nutrient management for different crops, Improvement of crop quality through IPNS (Integrated plant nutrient system), Soil fertility and fertilizer management and recommendation, Phytoremediation and waste management. He was awarded some research grants from National and International sources including Exploratory Research Grant Scheme, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, Malaysia, Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia, Research Development Grant Scheme, National Agroforestry Working Group. He also awarded PRPI12 Bronze medal from the University Putra Malaysia. He has substantial research experience and conducted many research on the following areas: Integrated nutrient management for several crops and vegetables. Soil, fertilizer management and fertilizer recommendation, irrigation scheduling and crop water requirement, crop residues, wastes management, nutrient management for different crops, soil improvement through IPNS, phytoremediation etc. Dr. Islam authored two text books for the students, Scientists and Farmers published by Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany.