Bhaskar C. Das is an Associate professor of Medicine and Pharmacological Sciences, at The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, USA. He is an adjunct Associate Professor at the Weill Cornell Medical College, NY and The Wake Forest School of Medicine, NC. He did his Ph. D in synthetic organic chemistry from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur, India, and M.Phil from Delhi University India. He received his Postdoctoral training experience from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard Medical School (HMS- in Nuclear Medicine), and University of Tennessee. His research interests are to develop with/without boron containing small molecular probes/ (radio ligands) to study the biology of Retinoic acid, Metabolic and oxidative signaling pathways for brain development and Diseases. Dr. Das’s laboratory has successfully applied rational design to target single components of different signal transduction pathways (retinoic acid, oxidative stress and metabolic signaling pathways) of relevance for physiology and in embryonic development. Dr. Das’s group use multidisciplinary tools including Organic Synthesis, Molecular Modeling, Chemical Biology, Bio-orthogonal Chemistry, Molecular Imaging (Radio synthesis of PET, SPECT, MRI ligands and Optical Probes), Molecular Therapeutics (In-vitro and In-vivo study), Molecular Biology, Neural Stem Cell Biology, Regenerative Medicine, and Bio-Molecular Nanotechnology.
A. Heidari, Ph.D., D.Sc. is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Chemistry. He has got his Ph.D. and D.Sc. degrees form California South University (CSU), Irvine, California, USA. Furthermore, he has double postdocs in Project Management and also in Nanochemistry and Molecular Structure Theory. His research interests are Biophysical Chemistry, Nanochemistry, Quantum Chemistry, Biomolecular and Vibrational Spectroscopy, Molecular Modeling and Structure, Theoretical, Computational and Mathematical Chemistry, Ab initio and Density Functional Methods. He has participated at more than fifty reputed international conferences, seminars, congresses, symposiums and forums around the world as yet. Also, he possesses many published articles in Science Citation Index (SCI)/International Scientific Index (ISI) Journals. It should be noted that he has visited many universities or scientific and academic research institutes in different countries such as United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Netherlands, Russia, France, Swiss, Germany, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, South Korea, China, etc. as research fellow, sabbatical and volunteer researcher or visitor heretofore. He has a history of several years of teaching for college students and various disciplines and trends in different universities. Moreover, he has been a senior advisor in various industry and factories. He is expert in many computer programs and programming languages. Hitherto, he has authored more than ten books in Chemistry. Syne, he has been awarded more than two hundreds reputed international awards, prizes, scholarships and honors. Heretofore, he has multiple editorial duties in many reputed international journals. Hitherward, he is a member of more than one hundred reputed international academic–scientific–research institutes around the world.
Jayapal Reddy Mallareddy received his Master’s degree in Chemistry from
University of Hyderabad, India. After his Master’s degree he was selected for one
year International Training Course on Methods in Modern Molecular Biology at
Biological Research Centre (BRC) of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Szeged,
Hungary. He received his Doctoral degree in Medicinal Chemistry for synthesis and
pharmacological characterization of novel opioid ligands as therapeutic drugs. His
excellence of research has been recognized through the award of the “Kisfaludy
Lajos Alapitvany” prize, a foundation supporting young talented scientists in
modern pharmaceutical research (Hungary). He also awarded prestigious ‘Marie-
Curie’ Fellowship from the European Union for career development, where he
exposed to the area of Chemical Biology developing protein-protein interaction
inhibitors in University of Leeds, UK.
Sarfaraz K. Niazi is Adjunct Professor at the University of Illinois, University of Texas, HEJ Research Institute, National University of Science and Technology. He is also a fellow of many prestigious learned societies.
Dr Niazi began his career teaching pharmacy at the University of Illinois, where he became the youngest tenured professor at the age of 28.
With over 45 years of teaching, conducting research and contributing to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry.
Dr. Larry Good has been a practicing gastroenterologist since 1978. Dr. Good graduated Colgate University Magna Cum Laude in 1969 and received his M.D. with Alpha Omega Alpha status from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC in 1973.
Dr. Good served a medical residency from 1973-76 and was Chief Medical Resident in 1976. He was fellowship trained in gastroenterology from 1976-78.
Dr. Good has served as the Director of Liver Diseases at Nassau County Medical Center and was for many years Chief, Division of Gastroenterology, Department of Medicine at South Nassau Communities Hospital. Dr. Good is an assistant clinical professor of medicine at SUNY Stony Brook.
Interests in petrochemical and agrochemical industries/ manufacturing/general industrial/environmental/workplace covering a wide range of classes of chemicals including pesticides, solvents, heavy metals, irritants, particulates, carcinogens, pharmaceuticals, illicit substances. Research currently centers on respiratory irritants and the expression of biomarkers of inflammation and oxidative stress from exposures to chemical agents.
Manuel Soriano Garcia obtained the B.S. degree in biochemical engineeringin Mexico City (1970) and the Ph. D. degree in Biophysics from State University of New York at Buffalo (1975) working under the supervition of Prof. R. Parthasarathy and Herbert A. Hauptman (Nobel Laurate in Chemistry 1985).In 1976, he joined the Autonomous Metropolitan University and in 1982, Soriano joined the Chemistry Institute at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He solved the first three-dimensional structure of a protein using X-ray diffraction techniques in Latin-American.
Luisetto Mauro was member of ANCT in rome chemists pharmacists Italian association. He was regional responsible for SINAFO hosp. pharmacists organizarion ( EMILIA ROMAGNA). He registered as pharmacists in professional order Piacenza Visiting professor at Saint George school italy( pharmacology) form 2016 In my actually job. He have the objective : pharmaceutical care in medical team and involved in clinical pharmacy Antidothes stokes management Medicinal gas quality control as hospital pharmacist.
President Chen obtained PhD in 1999 at Kaohsiung Medical University. Currently teaches in Fooyin University, as most young is also the most senior professors and deans. The past 20 years, he has his scientific interests focused on life-threatening diseases, including traditional Chinese medicine used for cancer research. Analysis in recent year’s major active ingredients such as ginger, pepper and cinnamon used in gastrointestinal cancer, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiparasitic, and other topics. President Chen specializes in isolation, purification and structural analysis of active components of plants. President Chen directed against active constituents of oral cancer, liver cancer, and rectal cancer.
Pharmacognosy, Natural Products, Chinese Medicine, Natural Product Research
I hold a Bachelor degree in Physics from the Faculty of Physics, University of Havana (Cuba, 1995), Master degree in Physics from the Faculty of Physics, University of Havana (Cuba, 1996) and a Ph.D. in Physics from the Institute of Physics, Federal Fluminense University (Brazil, 2001). Have experience in Condensed Matter Physics and Computational Modelling. Currently, have as main research lines the study of electronic properties of nanostructures and the molecular modelling of organic and inorganic systems including the modelling of drugs (rational drug design, fragmentbased drug design, and de novo design), molecular docking, and studies on polymorphism of pharmaceutical solids.
Computational modeling of molecules; Drug design using in sillico tools fragment based drug design de novo design; Molecular docking
Denis Pires de Lima obtained B. Sc. in Pharmacy at Federal University of Minas
Gerais (UFMG) – Brazil (1986) and Ph.D. in Science, field of Organic Chemistry, at
UFMG (1994). During the Ph.D. program, took two years of fellowship at the
University of Alberta (Edmonton – Canada) in the Department of Chemistry.
Post-Doctoral was taken at the University of Liverpool (1998) in the field of
Biotransformation of Organic Compounds under the supervision of Stanley M.
Roberts and Andrew Carnell. Presently, works as a Full Professor and Research
Advisor for masters and doctoral degree programs at the Institute of Chemistry
Dr. Layla Borham is a professor of Clinical Pharmacology at Cairo University. She received her undergraduate medical education, MSc and MD degrees from Cairo University Medical School. She has been working in Faculty of Medicine, Umm AlQura University, KSA for 15 years. She is a member in many committees in and outside the university.She works in teaching hospitals as a clinical pharmacology consultant.
Dr. Mihail Lucian Birsa is currently a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from the same university in 1995. He joined the master program at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi in 1995, and in 2000 was awarded a Ph. D. degree in Organic Chemistry. From 2000 to 2002, he was a postdoctoral fellow under the mentorship of Professor Samuel Braverman at Bar-Ilan University, Israel. In 2003 he was selected as a member of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, working with Professor Henning Hopf in TU Braunschweig - Germany. Since then numerous return fellowships were granted by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.
Zhenghong Wu is a professor in pharmaceutics and a vice Chair of the Nanjing Pharmaceutical Association, also a licensed Pharmacists in China. Prof. Wu received his Ph.D. (pharmaceutics, in 2003) and M.S. (pharmaceutical analysis, in 1997) from China Pharmaceutical University (Nanjing, China), B.S. (pharmacy, in 1990) from Shanghai Medical University (Shanghai, China). He worked as vice dean of Pharmacy School in Xinjiang Medical University (Ürümqi, China) from 2014 to 2016, as visiting scholar in Rutgers University (USA) from 2012 to 2013, as assistant mayor in Taixing Municipal Government of Jiangsu Province from 2010 to 2011, as postdoctoral fellow in Academy of Military Medical Science (Beijing, China) from 2003 to 2005.
Biopharmaceutics; Targeted drug delivery; Molecular targeting
Nawal M. Khalafallah obtained a BSc and PhD in pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmaceutics) from the Faculty of Pharmacy, Alexandria University, in Alexandria, Egypt. Spent a postoctoral year in SUNY AB in the United States working under the supervision of Professor William Jusko.
• An ambitious professional with rich academic and research experience; offering an illustrious career spanning in various renowned Institutions, seeking challenging assignments to be involved in Research & Development and implementing new systems and improving existing education processes by leveraging vast experience in Education Sector. Recently spearheaded as a senior Professor of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutics with College of Pharmacy, Jazan University, Jazan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Expertise in the application of modernized teaching and research methodology to generate far reaching impact on the psyche of all levels of students and liberate the hidden human potential. Demonstrated ability in planning, organizing, coordinating and monitoring all types of academic activities.