Texila American University
Digital Brain Imaging Technologies; Brain Dissections; Brain Digital Videos; Imaging Informatics; Educational Technologies
Sanjoy Sanyal, Associate Dean and Clinical Neuroscience Professor in Texila American University, Guyana. He is a surgeon by profession, medical academician and educator by choice and medical informatician from UK by aptitude and inclination. He has more than 2 decades of surgical experience and more than 18 years of teaching experience in hospitals and medical universities in 11 countries worldwide. He is also an Honorary Faculty, Editor and Peer-reviewer of Neuroscience in Webmed Central. He was solely responsible for setting up the Neuroscience department in two medical schools in Seychelles and in the Caribbean. This included curriculum development, syllabus, labs and clinical training in Neurological Examination. Additionally, he was the sole faculty in charge of the Student Surgical Association and was responsible for establishing the format for surgical skills training in medical schools. With more than 400 online brain dissection and Neuroscience videos, which have received hundreds of thousands of views and subscribers. He is a prolific teacher. With more than 35 scientific print publications and 12 papers presented in international conferences. He is a keen academic researcher. He developed a Digital Brain Image Browser which enables a researcher or student to view the internal structure of the human brain by taking transverse slices through the head at 10 mm intervals from the top of the skull to its base. He is due to present this paper in Washington in April 2016. He also developed an electronic computer-based program for quickly establishing the Anatomical Stage of 26 cancers of the human body with just 4 mouse clicks. He presented this paper in Medicine X Conference in Stanford University School of Medicine in September 2012. This earned him a Provisional Patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in January 2013 and 2014.
Michael S LaPointe
Case Western Reserve University
Anatomy, Biochemistry, Biology, Nutrition, Physiology and Public Health.
Dr. Farouk El-Sabban is US scientist who works in Kuwait. He is a Professor of Nutrition and Physiology at the College of Life Sciences (formerly known as College for Women), Kuwait University, since September 2003. Dr. El-Sabban established the Department of Family Sciences (currently is known as Food Science and Nutrition) – the only entity that grants the B.Sc. degree in Food Science and in Nutrition in Kuwait. Prior to joining Kuwait University, he held the position of Senior Staff Scientist for science and medicine at the American Heart Association, Dallas, Texas, USA. Dr. El-Sabban earned his B.Sc. degree from the Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt, in 1963 and earned his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in nutritional science at the Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania, USA, in 1968 and 1970 - respectively. His experience in academia is vast and spans over many countries: Egypt, Saudi Arabia, United States of America, United Arab Emirates, Malaysia and Kuwait. Dr. El-Sabban is a scientist who published many scientific articles, presented papers in conferences, a reviewer for many journals and has extensive professional affiliations. He is a seasoned educator who also has a vast experience in academic administration.
Delimaris A. Ioannis
Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs
Human metabolism (physiology and biochemistry) of endogenous biomolecules, food nutrients, botanicals, toxicants and drugs with emphasis on biology of disease (metabolic & nutritional biology/biochemistry, clinical biochemistry); Investigating the physiological and biochemical effects of various agents (food additives or contaminants, diet, exercise etc.) in public health and human behavior
Dr. Ioannis A. Delimaris is a Member of the Association of Clinical Laboratory Directors of Cyprus. He holds a BSc, MSc and Dr.Med.Sc. degree from the University of Athens. He has done research at NCSR “Demokritos (DNA Repair Laboratory), Athens School of Medicine, University of Thessaly, Harokopion University, and has worked at hospitals. He has taught at Harokopion University (Department of Dietetics), University of Athens (Department of Chemistry) and Institutes of Post-secondary Training for Health Professionals. He is / has been a Member of 6 Scientific Societies, and a Referee /Editor for 13 peer-revied Journals. He has authored 2 books, 1 book chapter, and over 65 peer-reviewed publications in journals and conferences.
Neuroanatomy and Neuroscience
Gulgun Sengul, MD is a Professor of Anatomy in Ege University, School of Medicine, Izmir, Turkey. Her expertise is on the spinal cord and brainstem anatomy and pain pathways. She has mapped the rat and mouse spinal cord atlases and authored six chapters in the comprehensive spinal cord text book, The Spinal Cord: A Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Text and Atlas, Watson, Paxinos and Kayalioglu (Sengul), Elsevier, 2009. Her most recent work Atlas of the Spinal Cord of the Rat, Mouse, Marmoset, Rhesus, and Human (authors Sengul, Watson, Tanaka, and Paxinos, Elsevier 2013) comprises the first marmoset and rhesus monkey and human spinal cord atlases published. These provide a significant platform on which further spinal cord research can be built. She has also published spinal cord and brainstem chapters in the books ‘The Mouse Nervous System’ (Elsevier, 2012), ‘The Human Nervous System’ (Elsevier, 2012) and ‘The Rat Nervous System’ (Elsevier, 2014). She participated in the advisory board of the Allen Institute for Brain Science (Seattle, WA) projects: Mouse Spinal Cord Atlas, Allen Human Brain Atlas and Brain span - Atlas of the Developing Human Brain. She is also the Editor-in-Chief of the journal Anatomy, International Journal of Experimental and Clinical Anatomy and Editorial board member for Turkey for International Neuroscience Journal.
Cell death/Apoptosis; Cytoskeleton/cell adhesion/cell migration; Cancer; Gene regulation; Immunology/Infectious disease; Signal transduction
Ramesh Thylur is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Penn State College of Medicine, Pennsylvania University, Hershey, USA. He received his PhD Degree in Medicine at Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea. During his pre- and post-doctoral training, he worked in molecular immunology and cell biology at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea and in prostate cancer biology at Loyola University Medical Center, Chicago, USA. He worked as a Group leader at Drug discovery division of Skanda Lifesciences Pvt Ltd, India. His research is focused on cerebral malaria, one of the main health problems facing developing countries today. At present, preventative and treatment strategies are continuously hampered by the issues of the ever-emerging parasite resistance to newly introduced drugs, considerable costs and logistical problems. The main hope for changing this situation would be the development of effective malaria vaccines. An important part of this process understands the mechanisms of naturally acquired immunity to malaria. My focus is to understand the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum-host interactions and signaling mechanisms involved in the development of protective immunity to malaria and in malaria pathogenesis. Here asking how cytokine administration or inhibition of MAPK signaling protects cerebral malaria by controlling parasitaemia, pro-inflammatory responses, decreasing the infiltration of lymphocytes to the brain and modulating innate and adaptive immune responses, in order to develop next generation of therapeutic agents to eradicate malaria.
Joseph N Aziz
His research interest is involving the field of the clinical anatomy. Interests in clinical anatomy become the key stone of his teaching strategy using modern imaging techniques (CT- scan, MRI and Ultrasound). He is continuing to develop momentum in this research area and have published and presented regularly on this topic at international scientific conferences.
Joseph N Aziz is a leading expert in gross and clinical anatomy education. He is contributing to the teaching and assessment of human gross and clinical anatomy and embryology at all levels. He completed his MD at School of Medicine, Cairo University. In 2009; he has selected by Military Medical Academy as leading Clinical Anatomist for Education Committee and member of the Court Examiners for the High Schools of Nurses. He was appointed in several academic positions both national and international. At that time, he is an active member of many international societies of Anatomy as American association of clinical anatomy (AACA) and Anatomical society of Great Britain and Ireland (AS). He has served as a member on several scientific journal Editorial Boards and panel of reviewer of many journal in the field of anatomy.
Heshmat Sabet Wassef Haroun
Gross and Cross-Sectional Anatomy; Microscopic (minute) Anatomy; Developmental Anatomy (Embryology); Clinical Anatomy; Radiological Anatomy
Heshmat Sabet Wassef Haroun currently he is the Emeritus Professor of Anatomy and Embryology in Cairo University, Egypt. He Studied Medicine in (Kasr Al Ainy School), Cairo University (1967-1973). He Joined in the Anatomy Department of Cairo University in 1976. He received his M.Sc. degree (in Anatomy) in 1980 and Ph.D. degree (in Anatomy) in 1986. He joined in the Anatomy Department of University of Dammam (former King Faisal University), KSA as an Associate Professor from 2002 to 2012. He is the member of the examination panel of Anatomy and Embryology. He is supervising research projects in all branches of Anatomy. He is the member of the Egyptian Society of Anatomy and HAPS, Network of Anatomy, Instant Anatomy, International Professors. He is the reviewer and Editorial board member for many peer reviewed journals.
Mohamed A.M. Alsafy
Anatomy, Embryology and Clinical Anatomy
Mohamed Alsafy is a professor of anatomy and embryology in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt. He has his expertise in veterinary anatomy and developmental biology. He teaches anatomy, embryology and applied anatomy of domestic animals theoretical and practical courses for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. He is the executive editor of Alexandria journal of veterinary sciences (AJVS), and a coordinator of Research Ethics Committee in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University.
Department of Anatomy, University of Ruhuna
Diagnosis and Prevention cancers, Particularly the Oral cancer, Precancerous Lesions.
Dr.P.G.C.L.Nanayakkara is a Senior Lecturer in Anatomy in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ruhuna, Galle, Sri Lanka. He is teaching and assessing Medical undergraduates and postgraduates in Anatomy for the last 19 years since 1996. He had Primary education at Saint Aloysius Collage, Galle and entered the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ruhuna in 1998 and graduated with MBBS (Ruhuna) degree in 1995. He got his registration from the Medical Council in 1995 as a Doctor, legally eligible to practice Medicine and Surgery in Sri Lanka. With a brief period of Temporary Demonstrator in the Department of Parasitology in the same Medical faculty where he graduated, completed the compulsory Internship training period in General Hospital, Kalutara, Sri Lanka. In May 1997, he joined the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ruhuna as a Lecturer in Anatomy. In 2008, he earned the Master of Philosophy degree from the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka. A certificate course in Gene Technology was successfully completed in 2003, conducted by the GENETECH, Sri Lanka. He is a member of a number of professional Organizations including the Sri Lanka Medical Association. He has published a number of journal articles into his credit. His study findings of MPhil were published recently in one the prestigious international journals, international Journal of Oral Pathology and Medicine in April 2016.He is one of the coauthors of the book titled “Anatomical Vocabulary” (ISBN 955 – 99768 – 09 – X), a book frequently used by preclinical students in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ruhuna. He is waiting in publishing a book titled ‘Tutorials in Anatomy for Medical Students’, specially prepared for the medical undergraduate and medical postgraduate students who are waiting for their MD Part I (Surgery) examination. He lives in Akmeemana, a small town 6 K.M away from Galle, the capital of southern Sri Lanka.
Maleka Manipal Medical College
Uro-gynecology– Introduced it as a component of PG training in Fiji School of Medicine
Dr. Riptinder Singh is a Confident in approach and with the right attitude to succeed. Possessing a vast and extensive experience in own speciality as a clinician, teacher as well as an administrator in medical training and education. Determined to face and overcome new challenges through systematic analytic approach. Interested in facilitating new StartUps in area of Medical Education and Hospitals.
Huseyin Avni Balcioglu
H. A. Balcioglu holds the position of Associate Professor in the Department of Anatomy at Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry. After receiving his dental degree from Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry, in 2001. He worked as a Research Assistant in the department of Anatomy, for five years, and completed the PhD program, while he also worked in private dental practice. During 2007-2008, he served his military service as a lecturer at Gulhane Military Medical Academy. He was appointed to assistant professorship of anatomy in 2009 at Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry. He took part in administrative activites associated with his roles as a faculty board member. He is currently a member of the Board of Medical Specialties Reporting System Commission (TUKMOS) of Turkish Ministry of Health. He has lectured as an invited speaker in different symposiums, particularly about TMJ/TMD. He is a member of Turkish Society of Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy, and Association of Basic Science Teachers (ABSTD).
Jyoti Prakash Pani
Banaras Hindu University
nano toxicity with different nano particle toxicity upon vital organs of the body especially hepatotoxicity, neurotoxicity and nephro toxicity, proteonomics, DNA isolation, karyotyping, FISH, COMET assay to evaluate nuclear teratogenicity
Jyoti Prakash Pani have research interest upon nano toxicity with different nano particle toxicity upon vital organs of the body especially hepatotoxicity, neurotoxicity and nephro toxicity. I have a strong desire to do research on ameliorative effect of silver nanoparticles upon malignant cells. May be by my research the world could be able to cure life threaten diseases like cancer. Exactly I want to see the effect of nanoparticle coated anti cancerous drug on different malignant cells of body. Hope he may get a grand success in my research. But I need a strong sponsorship He have secured M.Sc. Medical Anatomy degree from M.G.M. Medical College Kamothe Navi Mumbai India from Department of Anatomy. And complete PhD Anatomy from Department of Anatomy Institute of Medical Sciences Banaras Hindu University of Varanasi with securing 64.33% in course work examination. My future professional plan is to become a renowned Scientist in field of toxicity and teratology and to become Professor of Anatomy. My career goal is to achieve D.Sc. Anatomy degree. His research interest is in proteonomics, DNA isolation, karyotyping, FISH, COMET assay to evaluate nuclear teratogenicity. My background is subject Medical Anatomy. I don’t have faced any major irregularities in my Professional life. My special abilities are I am a hard working, trustworthy, sincere researcher my special abilities are histology, con focal microscopy and transmission electron microscopy. I got 2 times best paper award in 61th Uttarpradesh chapter Anatomical Society of India conference held in Muzapharnagar and 19th World congress of clinical nutrition conference held in Preventive and Social Medicine Department IMS BHU Varanasi UP. My major achievement is my abstract was accepted in 7th International Symposium of Clinical and Applied Anatomy Bratislava Slovakia of Central Europe and it was published in Revista Anatomica. I have 7 international scholarity publications in IOSR-JDMS, IOSR-PHR, Journal of Evolutionary Dental and Medical Sciences, International Journal of Therapeutic Application, World journal of pharmaceutical research, Odisha journal of social science and 3 book chapters. His professional history is very smooth and sound. I have qualified in basic and special course of medical education and training and almost 2 years successfully become Lecturer in Anatomy. So looking upon my research experience and career goals evaluates me the perfect candidate for this position.
Department of Physiology, Acharya Shri Chander College of Medical Sciences
Autonomic nervous system; Improvement in teaching methodology of medical students; making the basic subject; Physiology more interesting; to get more students interaction in teaching
Sabita Yograj is presently working as an Associate Prof. of Physiology in Acharya Shri Chandra College of Medical Sciences(ASCOMS) and Hospital, Sidhra, Jammu, J&K, India. After completing her post graduation in Physiology from the Post Graduate Dept. of Physiology, GMC, Jammu she worked in the same department as Demonstrator and then, as a tutor for six years. In Sept.2016 she joined ASCOMS & Hospital, Sidhra as an Assistant Prof. in the Dept. of Physiology and then in Oct.2011 as an Associate Prof. She is a member of a number of professional organisations. She was awarded Fellowship of International Medical Sciences Academy(IMSA) in association with Royal College of Surgeons Glasgow at Mauritius. She is a reviewer and member editorial board of lot many national and international journals. She has number of publications in national and international journals to her credit. She has attended, presented papers and chaired sessions in multiple national and international conferences.
Laila M Aboul Mahasen Morsy
King Abdulaziz University
Developmental Anatomy (Embryology); Gross Anatomy; Microscopic Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy
Laila M Aboul Mahasen is a Professor of Anatomy and Embryology in Faculty of Medicine, Al-Azhar University, Egypt and from 2016 she is a Professor of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, King Abdulaziz University, KSA. She has a long expert in education of gross and clinical anatomy. She is contributing to the teaching and assessment of human gross, clinical anatomy and embryology for under and postgraduate students. She has the experience of curriculum designing. She got Ph.D. degree (in Anatomy) in 1995. She got professor degree at 2006. She is supervising research in all branches of Anatomy with great interest to development of human joints and development of pancreas in experimental animals. She was a member of permanent Committee for promotion to professors and associate professor in Al-Azhar University. She has authored 7 books in gross and developmental anatomy. She is the member of the Egyptian Society of Anatomy, Network of Anatomy and Instant Anatomy.
Sandeep Kumar Kar
Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research
Dr. Sandeep Kumar Kar is presently working as Assistant Professor, Super specialty department of Cardiac Anaesthesiology, Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research, and Kolkata, India. He has represented India in several world congresses in Anaesthesiology and Critical Care. He has published more than eighty research articles and reviews in high impact international journals including Anaesthesiology (Journal of American Society of Anaesthesiology). He is in the Editorial board of several journals and Editor of Translational Biomedicine, Journal of drug designing, Journal of Bioequivalence and Bioavailability, Journal of Bioanalysis and Medicine, World journal of pharmaceutical Sciences,EJPMR journal and Experimental Cardiology Insight of Blood Pressure, Journal of Neurosurgery, and Interventional Cardiology. He has won several international and National awards like Janak Mehta National Award for best paper in Cardiac Anaesthesiology, B Braun Scholar of the year (2012), ESOP Scholarship (NWAC 2013) and presented papers and lectures in several National and International conferences. He is also a Poet and Writer of international repute with poetry published in several international Journals.
Aida Sarac Hadzihalilovic
University of Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Neuroanatomy and Neuroscience; Volumetric Brain analyzes by structural MRI; Neuropsychological aspect of cognitive disfuntion; Medical Anthropology
Aida Sarac – Hadzihalilovic is a Professor of Anatomy at Medical Faculty University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. She has more than 18 years of teaching experience of human anatomy to undergraduate students studying to be medical doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and dentists. She has suprvised 15 diploma papers of medicine students, 2 M.Sc, and one Post Doctoral Research Fellows. She is a scientific committee member of severel national/international congress and symposium. She is a member of advisory board/editorial board in a few peer reviewed International Journals. She has carried out national/international research project and published 24 research papers in peer reviewed International and National Journals. She participated with 33 research papers on National and International Congress and Symposium all over the world. The areas of her research interest include volumetric analyzes of limbic structure as: hippocampal formation and amygdale complex. Extraordinary attention is on possibility at presentation and measuring of these structures depending on observed brain cut. Clinical significance is in data presentation related to mention volumetric analyzes at specific group of patients with post-traumatic stress syndrome and temporal epilepsy. She was a visiting professor on invitation at the University on abroad-Ondokuz Mayis Univerzity in Samsun – Turcky, Academic Staff Mobility Program - Mevlana Exchange Program. Also the areas of her research are application of medical anthropology in skull typisation based on her asymmetry, her lenght, width, cepfalic index and cranial capacity, as well as gender skull dimorphisam. She has also published book-Anatomically – anthropological significance of the skull, Isue of Medical faculty Sarajevo, 2015.
Tarig Hakim Merghani Hakim
University of Tabuk
Teaching Human Physiology; Respiratory Medicine; Lung Function Tests; Respiratory System; Smoking and Its Related Complications; Metabolic Rate Measurements
Mona Hassan Mohammed Ali
Suez Canal University
Molecular Biology; Anthropology; Teratology; Radiation Elements and Effect On Health; Histopathology; Immunocytochemistry
Geoffrey David Guttmann
University of North Texas Health Science Center
• Understanding of cap-independent translation initiation of coxsackievirus B3 and role of Magnesium ion in viral myocarditis
• Role of adducin for mechanical stability of red blood cells cytoskeleton and its dynamic regulation by protein kinase C (PKC)/cAMP dependent kinases
• Proteomics approaches to find the new red blood cell cytoskeletal complexes, novel active protein kinases and their functions in blood related disorders like leukemia, sickle cell anemia, thalassaemia, and hereditary spherocytosis
• Innovative technology development of rare sugars, DAG enrich oil in the field of neutraceuticles and pharmaceuticles application.
• Hydogel synthesis for drug delivery