Dr. Rekate graduated from the Medical College of Virginia in 1970 and trained in neurosurgery at the University Hospitals of Cleveland (Case Western Reserve University) finishing in 1978. He remained on the faculty until 1984. During that time he became board certified in neurosurgery and became an assistant professor of neurosurgery and the chief of pediatric neurosurgery at Rainbow Babies and Childens Hospital. In 1985 he moved to Phoenix, Arizona becoming the first pediatric neurosurgeon in Arizona. He became a clinical professor of neurosurgery at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. At that time he also was an adjunct professor of systems and design engineering at Case Institute of Systems and Design Engineering. Beginning in Cleveland and continuing following his move to the Barrow Neurologic Institute Dr. Rekate was actively involved in research into the pathophysiology and treatment of hydrocephalus. For this he received grants from both the National Institutes of Health and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. In 2011 he moved to Long Island to become the Director of the Chiari Institute and Professor of Neurosurgery at Zucker Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine. He is internationally recognized as a pediatric neurosurgeon and researcher into the treatment of complex problems related to hydrocephalus and more recently Chiari I malformation and syringomyelia. He has served as Chairman of the Joint Section on Pediatric neurosurgery for the AANS and CNS. He has been president of both the American Society for Pediatric Neurosurgeons and the International Society for pediatric Neurosurgery. Dr. Rekate was awarded the prestigious Pudenz Award for Excellence in Research in Cerebrospinal Fluid. He has served as one of two neurosurgeons in the Visual Impairment and Intracranial Pressure group for NASA. This group studies the visual difficulties of long stay astronauts in preparation for an expected trip to Mars. Dr Rekate is the author of nearly 200 peer reviewed articles and over 50 book chapters the majority dealing with Hydrocephalus and intracranial pressure. His current research interests include outcome studies on patients with Chiari I malformation, studies of the effect of abnormal mobility at the craniovertebral junction and the relationship between the cervicomedullary junction and the autonomic nervous system.
Intracranial pressure, Hydrocephalus, Neuroimaging, Chiari malformation
Kerwin completed internal medicine residency and geriatric medicine fellowship training at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, Ill, and specializes in cognitive disorders. Dr. Kerwin is the Director of the Texas Alzheimer and Memory Disorders program at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital-Dallas and Assistant professor in the Department of Neurology and Neuro-therapeutics at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. Prior to founding the program in July 2013, she was Assistant Professor of Medicine-Geriatrics at Northwestern and faculty in the Northwestern University Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer Disease Center (CNADC). Dr. Kerwin is the principal investigator on several Phase 1, 2 and 3 clinical trials for the development of therapeutics in Alzheimer and other dementias such as Progressive Supranuclear Palsy. She is the principal investigator for several NIA funded studies on the prevention of Alzheimer disease, and collaborative studies for patients with frontotemporal lobe dementia syndromes. Dr. Kerwin areas of research and clinical interests include the prevention of cognitive decline and dementia. She has lectured extensively on cognitive aging and Alzheimer disease. She currently serves on the National Board of Directors for the Alzheimer Association and is the academic partner on several community initiatives to improve the care of senior adults with dementia in underserved areas. Her award-winning research on the relationship of obesity and memory function in women has been featured in TIME Magazine, the BBC and The Boston Globe, and on local and national news programs.
Signal Transduction, Status Epilepticus, ECoEG Monitoring, Neurochemistry, Neuronal Excitability, Seizure, Neurotransmission & Epileptogenesis
Dr Vural Fidan has recieved his MD and PhD in Hacettepe University. He has attended sleep trainig at TUTDER. He was first at sleep training examp at TUTDER. He is an Otorhinolaryngologist at Eskisehir Goverment Hospital.
Phoniatry, Otology; Rhinology; Sleep medicine
Sam Vaknin is the author of Malignant Self-love: Narcissism Revisited as well as many other books and ebooks about topics in psychology, relationships, philosophy, economics, international affairs, and award-winning short fiction. He is Visiting Professor of Psychology, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia and Professor of Finance and Psychology in CIAPS (Centre for International Advanced and Professional Studies). He was the Editor-in-Chief of Global Politician and served as a columnist for Central Europe Review, PopMatters, eBookWeb , and Bellaonline, and as a United Press International (UPI) Senior Business Correspondent. He was the editor of mental health and Central East Europe categories in The Open Directory and Suite101. His YouTube channels garnered 20,000,000 views and 85,000 subscribers.
Depression, Psychiatry, Psychology, Mental Health, Personality Disorders
Neurosurgery & Neuropathology
Psychiatry and Neurology
Neuroscience, Neuropharmacology & Neurology
Manuel Gerardo Ramirez Lopez de Nava, has the degree of Gastrointestinal Surgeon and laparoscopic from the Mexican Social Security Institute IMSS, holds a Master degree in Health Economics and Health Management from the University of Barcelona and Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona, Spain and International Management Health Systems graduated by the Galillee College in Israel. He has an extensive experience in the health sector, has worked at the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) UMAE Centro Medico Nacional, Siglo XXI, Dr. Bernardo Sepulveda, Ministry of Health, as an Advisor of the Coordination of the National Social Protection System in Health. He has been consultant for Spanish and Mexican firms. He is an active consultant to the World Bank UPI 200423. In the Pharmaceutical Industry, he collaborated with Silanes Laboratory, SA de CV, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Abbvie Pharmaceuticals and he joined Baxter Healthcare Corporation in January 2016 as an Associate Director, Global HEOR Advanced Surgery.
Mirela Olympia Fagarasan Palmer work in academia as an internationally recognized neuropharmacology and neuroimmunology researcher. She published more than 500 scientific reports in the field of neuropsychopharmacology and signal transduction. She leading a laboratory interested in understanding the fundamental neurobiological mechanisms of neuropsychiatric disorders to contribute at development of new pharmacological treatments. She use genetic, neuroendocrine and neurochemical methods. She recognize the role of the immune system in modulating neuropsychiatric diseases and we are developing in vitro cellular models and in vivo animal models to study the neuro-immune interactions under normal and disease states she was successfully combined research, teaching, administration and clinical care and continue to work on advancing our understanding of serious mental illness and drug development.
Neuropharmacology and Neuroimmunology
Robert J Gatchel received his BA in Psychology, Summa Cum Laude, in 1969 from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, and his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 1973 from the University of Wisconsin. He is also a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). Dr. Gatchel is currently a Distinguished Professor of the Department of Psychology, College of Science, as well as the Nancy P & John G Penson Endowed Professor of Clinical Health Psychology, at The University of Texas at Arlington. In addition, he is the Director of the Center of Excellence for the Study of Health & Chronic Illnesses. Moreover, he is a Clinical Professor at The Eugene McDermott Center for Pain Management, Department of Anesthesiology & Pain Management, at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Dr. Gatchel has been a major advocate for the biopsychosocial approach to chronic pain. This approach is now viewed as the most heuristic model for better understanding the etiology, assessment, treatment and prevention of chronic pain. Dr. Gatchel has conducted extensive evidence-based clinical research in this area, much of it continuously funded for the past 35 years by grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Department of Defense (DOD). He was also the recipient of a prestigious Senior Scientist Award from NIH. Dr. Gatchel has received numerous national and international awards associated with his research, most recently, the 2017 American Psychological Foundations Gold Medal Award for Life Achievement in the Application of Psychology. His major areas of clinical and research expertise includes the following: the biopsychosocial approach to the etiology, assessment, treatment and prevention of chronic stress and pain behavior; the comorbidity of physical and mental health disorders; and clinical health psychology. He has published over 433 journal articles, 144 book chapters and has authored or edited 29 books.
Dr. Robert J Gatchel research intrests are biopsychosocial approach to the etiology, assessment, treatment and prevention of chronic stress and pain behavior; the comorbidity of physical and mental health disorders; and clinical health psychology.
Hongquan Liu received his B.S. degree from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine and completed his PhD degree in Chinese Internal Medicine with Professor Lizhong Guo. He has been working at Jiangsu Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Hospital from 1998. Currently Prof. Liu is a professor and leader of Department of Neurology. He was selected as a member of the 333 High level personnel training project of Jiangsu province, and famous young and middle-aged clinical Chinese medicine doctors of Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine. His research interests fall mainly in the field of cerebrovascular and neurodegenerative diseases prevention and treatment with natural products and herbal medicines, aiming to identify effective natural products and herbal medicines that target new molecular mechanisms for neurology and stroke treatment. His research program will bring together the complimentary knowledge of clinical medicine, cell biology, medicinal chemistry and chemical analysis in collaboration with scientists in the field of animal pharmacology.
Cerebrovascular Diseases, Epilepsy & Neurodegenerative Diseases
Dr. Photios Anninos received his BS in Physics from the University of Athens, Greece, his MSC in high energy physics from Syracuse University and a PhD in Medical Physics from Syracuse University, USA. Dr.Anninos then undertook Post Doctoral training in Anatomy and brain Research Institute at the University of California, LA, USA. He then became Assistant Professor of Biomathematics and Research Anatomist In the School of Medicine, University of California, LA, USA. Dr. Anninos then became Assistant Professor of Physics in Concordia University of Montreal, P.Q. Canada and Associate Professor of Physics at the same University in Canada. He then moved to Greece and became Associate Professor of Neurology and Full professor of medical physics in Democritus University of Thrace Alexandroupolis, Greece. Finally he is now Emeritus Professor in the School of Medicine Democritus University of Thrace, Alexandroupolis, Greece. He has published more than 200 original research articles in journals including research for epilepsy, Parkinson, multiple sclerosis, autism, neural net models and in chaos theory.
Nuclear Physics, Medical Physics, Biophysics, Neural Modeling, Biomagnetism, transcranial magnetic stimulation to patients with CNS disorders, Magnetoencephalographic (MEG) diagnostic measuruments with the SQUID in patients with CNS disorders and nonlinear analysis for investigating the CNS normal and abnormal functions.
Dr. Alfio Ferlito has collaborated in writing articles, editorials, commentaries, consensus statements, letters to the editor, special issues, book chapters and books with 669 international experts. He has edited a three-volume book entitled Cancer of the Larynx (CRC Press, Boca Raton, 1985) and three other books entitled Neoplasms of the Larynx (Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh, 1993), Surgical Pathology of Laryngeal Neoplasms (Chapman and Hall, London, 1996) and Diseases of the Larynx (Arnold, London, 2000), and co-authored two books entitled Granulomas and Neoplasms of the Larynx together with Professor Imrich Friedmann (Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh, 1988) and Surgery for Cancer of the Larynx and Related Structures together with Dr. Carl E. Silver (Saunders, Philadelphia, 1996). He is editor with Dr. Marvin P. Fried of the third edition of a two-volume book entitled The Larynx (Plural Publishing, San Diego, 2009) and with Drs. K. Thomas Robbins and Carl E. Silver of the book entitled Neck Dissection - Management of Regional Disease in Head and Neck Cancer (Plural Publishing, San Diego, 2010). He is Editor of four issues of ORL Journal for Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, Head and Neck Surgery. Professor Ferlito has been author or co-author of 664 referred publications in 72 medical journals and 54 chapters in various books.
Pathology & Neurosurgery
Dimitrios Panagopoulos was born in Athens at 05/03/1975. He graduated the Medical School of University of Athens at 1999. He was a neurosurgical trainee for 6 years, from 2002 to 2008, at a very busy neurosurgical department, mainly dedicated at trauma and complex spine operations, named KAT Hospital at Athens. After he obtained the medical specialty of Neurosurgery on 2008, he started his sub specialization at Pediatric Neurosurgery at one of the two Pediatric Neurosurgical Clinics of Greece, named Agia Sophia, which lasted two years. He worked as a Consultant at different Neurosurgical departments, for adult and pediatric population, in Greece and U.K. At present he is an Assistant Professor at the Neurosurgical Department of the University Hospital of Alexandroupoli, in Greece.
Pediatric Neurosurgery & Complex Spine Surgery
Dr. Marco Poloni first language is Italian, but he has very good capacities in English reading and writing beyond French and spanish reading. From 1972 to 1999 Prof Marco Poloni has always taught the students of the School of Medicine and Dentistry and different schools of specialization. He has always taken care of neurological inpatients first at the Neurological Clinic of the University of Pavia, then at the San Paolo Hospital, in Milan, and finally as a Director of the Piancavallo and Bergamo Neurology Units. His scientific activity has been devoted first to basic neurophysiology at the Human Physiology Institute of the University of Pavia, then to the study of neuro-transmitters in headaches and extrapyramidal diseases, and finally to immuno-suppressive treatment of myasthenia gravis and the immunitary mechanisms of multiple sclerosis. After that his research activity has been devoted to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and he has been appointed International Consultant of the ALSSOA (Amyotrophic Latreal Sclerosis Society of America); he contributed to the foundation of AISLA (Associazione Italiana SLA) and to the foundation of SIC (Societa Italiana cefalee). He is affiliated to the SIN (Societa Italiana Neurologia), to SNO (Societa Neurologi Ospedalieri), ANF (Associazione Neurofibromatosi), ENS (European Neurological Society) He has very good capacities in COMPUTER programs and presentation techniques; good knowledge in LABORATORY and CHEMICAL ANALISES very good manuality with EXPERIMENTAL animal, in particular RATs For several years has been docent at University of Pavia and Milan for students in Medicine and Dentistry beyond specialist courses; afterwards during the hospital job docent activity has been devoted to students in Phyisioterapy (2000-2002) and nurses (2000-2008). Scientific activity has been initially devoted to the study of the feeding behaviour in the experimental animals and to the regulatory functin of the hypothalamus. Asecond basaical field has been the functiomn of the thiamin in the nervous tissue.On the clinical ground investigations were devolved to the neurotransimitter arrangement in headaches and extrapiramidal diseases; a second line of interest has been immunosuppressive therapy lain Myasthenia Gravis and Multipole Sclerosis. In 1977 he has taken a research leave at the Neurological Clinic of the Karolinska Hospital in Stockholm;iafter this experience the research activity has been mainly consacrated to the study of ALS and the role of thiamin and its phosphoesters in ALS and othe neurodegenerative diseases of the CNS. Since 2003 has been responsible of Neurofibromatosis Center in Bergamo ehere has contibuted to the definition of Schwannomatosis. His job was dedicated for more than 40 yesrs to Neurological patients: in particular headaches, extrapiramidal diseases, myotonic distrophy, Amiotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and other MND, Peripheral Neuropathies, acquired and Hereditary ones, Multiple Sclerosis , myastenia Gravis, and in the last years cerebrovascular diseases and CNS or PNS tumors, paricularly neurofibromas in NF1 and schwannomas in NF2. He has wide knowledge of several rare diseases of Central and Peripheral Nerovus Tissue.
Diagnose and treatment central and peripheral nervous system Diseases, including muscles of various Cognitive origin: vascular, traumatic, immune-related, degenerative, toxic, dysmetabolic; both primitive and secondary to systemic diseases. Movement Disturbances: weakness transitory or persistent, bradykinesia; cramps and fasciculations, tremors, involuntary movements. Behavioral problems or defects of memory, sleeping disturbances, consciousness alteraztions, syncope and epilepsy, partial or generalized
Depression, Mild Cognitive Impairment, Epiliepsy, Auditory and Visual Dysfunction
M Arif Aladag was graduated from Ataturk University School of Medicine. He is board of neurosurgery in Turkey. He is the member of Turkish Neurosurgical Society. He worked as visiting assistant in Baylor College of Medicine and MD Anderson Cancer Center. He worked as the director of Experimental Research Laboratory of the Inonu University Faculty of Medicine, and the director of Ethical Committee on Animal Research of Inonu University. He is now Professor of Neurosurgery, Inonu University School of Medicine in Turkey
Neurosurgery, Cerebral Vasospasm, Trauma, Stroke, Oxidative stress & Epilepsy
Dr George K. Paraskevas born in Greece and works as Associate Professor of Anatomy at Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), Thessaloniki, Greece. He received the Medical degree from Medical School, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, attained the Ph.D. degree in 2000 (degree: excellent) and gained full qualification as specialist in orthopaedic surgery in 2005. In 2005 was appointed as Postdoctoral Lecturer at Department of Anatomy, AUTh and in 2010 served as Assistant Professor at the Department of Anatomy in Medical School of AUTh and since 2014 serves as Associate Professor. He has also served in the past as a Visiting Professor of Anatomy at Pharmacy School (AUTh), at School of Sports Science (AUTh), at School of Arts (AUTh). His research and scientific fields of interest include congenital anomalies of bones and muscles, trauma and surgery, entrapment syndromes of nerves and neuropathies, variational anatomy of vascular system, history of Anatomy, anatomical nomenclature, anthropometric studies and surgical anatomy and embryology of gastrointestinal tract. Dr G Paraskevas is a member of the Editorial Board of 141 international medical journals and supervisor and member of the advisory board of 15 dissertations (Ph.D Thesis). He published over 160 papers in international medical journals indexed in PubMed and is author of several textbooks of anatomy.
Surgical anatomy and embryology of gastrointestinal tract, Congenital anomalies of bones and muscles, Entrapment syndromes of nerves and neuropathies, Variational anatomy of vascular system, Trauma and surgery, History of Anatomy, Anatomical nomenclature, Anthropometric studies
Roy is trained as a consultant neurologist and accredited sleep physician, in addition to working within legal medicine, military medicine and aviation medicine. He is a Conjoint Professor of Medicine at the University of New South Wales and Professor in the School of Medicine at Griffith University, Queensland. In Neurology, he is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians a Corresponding Fellow of the American Academy of Neurologists and a Member of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists. He is a founding Fellow of the Australasian College of Legal Medicine a Past President of the College, having stepped down in 2011 is the Australian Governor and was on the executive of the Board of Governors of the World Association for Medical Law and is an Honorary Fellow of the Faculty of Forensic & Legal Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians, London.
Professor Beran is a consultant neurologist with a long history of involvement in epilepsy related research. He has been on the executive of the Epilepsy Society of Australia, Commissions from the International League Against Epilepsy and the International Bureau for Epilepsy. Since 2002, he has been a Conjoint Associate Professor in the South Western Sydney Clinical School of the University of New South Wales and is a senior visiting neurologist to the Department of Neurology at the Liverpool Hospital, in Sydney, as well as other hospitals. Most of his research was conducted in the clinical setting of private neurological practice. He wears many hats, being the President of the Australian College of Legal Medicine, on the Board of the Australian Institute of Health Law and Ethics, an accredited sleep physician and a Fellow of the Australian Faculty of Public Heath Medicine. He has been involved with levetiracetam since its introduction to trials in Australia and continues to trial it in epilepsy and other conditions.
Epilepsy, Drug trials, Public health, Legal medicine, Legal medicine education, Neurological conditions & new therapies, Rehabilitation, Sleep disorders, Neurological advances in Asia and developing countries
Nour S Erekat is an Associate Professor at the Department of anatomy at the Faculty of Medicine at Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST). In 2005, he was enrolled in the Masters program in Anatomy at the Center for Anatomical Science and Education at the Department of Surgery of the School of Medicine at Saint Louis University. However, in the August of 2006, he was transitioned into the PhD program in Anatomy without the completion of the Masters program. Thus, he pursued his PhD in Anatomy from Saint Louis University School of Medicine in 2010.
Neuronal Degeneration in Neurodegenerative Diseases, Including Ataxia, Parkinson Disease and Essential Tremor
Daniela Alberati obtained her bachelors Degree in Biological Sciences (cum laude) from the Faculty of Sciences in 1984 and her Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Enzymology from the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery in 1990, at the University of Milan, Italy. During the Ph.D studies she acted as Course Tutor-Practical Biochemistry for students at the Faculty of Agronomy, University of Milan. She performed her postdoctoral fellow in Neurochemistry and Biochemistry at the Neuroscience Department of F. Hoffmann-La Roche, Basel, Switzerland where she cloned, expressed and characterizes most of the kynurenine pathways enzymes playing roles in stroke and neurodegeneration. Afterwards Dr. Alberati initiated her carrier in Roche Basel starting as pharmacology laboratory head and project leader of Alzheimers disease and schizophrenia programs in early preclinical stages. During more than 15 years she gained experience in pharmaceutical research and development in Neuroscience with 3 new medicinal entities reaching clinical stages (Phase I, II and III) for the treatment of psychiatric diseases. She discovered and developed the only glycine reuptake inhibitor, Bitopertin, reaching phase III for the treatment of negative symptoms in schizophrenia as well as of a PET ligand to understand the relation between Bitopertin brain occupancy and efficacy. In the meanwhile, she supported global strategy group to implement a mechanism of disease campaign for bitopertin medical affair to raise external awareness on negative symptoms of schizophrenia and on the underlying neurobiology/pathophysiology in the psychiatric community (Advisory Boards and International Congresses). She also had the opportunity to manage and lead a unit of sixteen scientists and research associates. Dr. Alberati provided scientific support to several internal programs at both preclinical and clinical stages including rational for indication selection. In the last she focused on the establishment in Roche of a Research and Domain Criteria (RDoC) working group composed by preclinical, clinical and biomarker experts with the goal of implementing this recently National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) launched research approach. In this frame Dr. Alberati identified, in the context of the RDoC approach, translational paradigms and biomarkers to increase target confidence and inform early clinical proof of mechanism studies.
autism, neuropsychiatric, neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative disorders
Neurodegenerative Diseases, Multiple Sclerosis
Makki Hameed is a Clinician and a Consultant in Paediatric Neurodisability & Epilepsy and a researcher in Brain Disorders. Makki graduated from the University of Baghdad Medical College in 1969. After working as a junior trainee in two teaching hospitals in Baghdad, he took a scholarship to the United Kingdom 1982 when he worked for his postgraduate degrees and higher specialist training in paediatric, during this period he published five papers then appointed as a consultant in general and community paediatrics with epilepsy care at King George Hospital in 1995. He was involved as a collaborative researcher for European multicentre study on cerebral palsy with Dr Martin Bax Chelsea & Westminster Hospital; Genetic study of Petit Mal with Professor Graham, UCL and Genetic study of Autism with Professor Sir M Rutter, Institute of Psychiatry, kings College, London. In 2010 -2014 Makki moved to Riyadh, KSA to work as a Consultant in Paediatric Neurodisability & Neurology, taking interest in Inherited White Matter Disorders, its Neuroimaging and genetics. He developed a large data base for the Neurothrapeutic Intervention within a retrospective research project the Sick Neuron Rescue Therapy for Improved Developmental Outcome for Children with Developmental or Neurological Condition. It is in its final conclusion.
Paediatric Neurodisability and Epilepsy
Roberto Gazzeri is a leading brain and spinal surgery working in San Giovanni Addolorata Hospital in Rome. He performed a fellowship in minimally invasive approaches in brain surgery at the Center of Minimally Invasive Brain Surgery in Sydney (Australia) with Dr. Charlie Teo. He teaches international courses on spine surgery in Wienn (Austria), Zurich (Switzerland), Murcia (Spain) and Rome (Italy). His interest is in safe brain and spine surgery and avoiding surgical complications. He published more than one hundred scientific articles in international journals (NEJM, JAMA, Neurology, Spine, Neurosurgery, Journal of neurosurgery, Acta Neurochirurgica, etc.) and several book chapters. He is member of the Italian Society of Neurosurgery and Of NASS (North American Spine Society). In addition to his active brain and spinal surgery research, he teaches medical and graduated students, and mentors neurosurgical residents. Area of practice: Brain tumors, cerebral aneurysms, brain trauma, traumatic and degenerative spinal diseases, spinal osteoporosis.
1998 October: Report about Traffic accidents and Head trauma in Vietnam with propose a policy on obligatory helmet in motocycle drivers. Government approved. 2013 September: Seoul Korea 15th WFNS Congress: Endoscopic Third ventriculostomy in the Treatment of noncommunicating hydrocephalus Experience with 225 cases in Vietduc Hospital. Poster: Endoscopic endonasal surgery for Pituitary Adenomas 2014-2016: National Research Project: Endoscopic surgery in Neurosurgery in Vietnam. Main Investigator in domain: Endoscopic endonasal surgery for Pituitary Adenomas. 2017 October: 13th International Conference on Cerebrovascular Surgery Nagoya Japan Cerebral cavernomas: a surgical serie of 47 cases in Viet Duc Hospital, Hanoi Viet Nam.
Neurosurgeon, Surgical Neuro Oncology, Neuro Endocrinology, Neuro Trauma, Hydrocephalus, Peditatric Neurosurgery, Spinal Cord Tumors and Neurovascular
Epilepsy, Neurosonology, Child Neurology
Naida Nasrullayeva received MD degree in Azerbaijan Medical University in 1999. She have been working in National Center of Ophthalmology in Azerbaijan since 2005 as a general neurologist. In 2015 she completed PhD at the Azerbaijan State Advanced Training Institute for Doctors in Baku, Azerbaijan with the research of Clinical and neurophysiological studies of axonal degeneration and remyelination in patients with multiple sclerosis and optic neuritis. she took place in 2014 year in Department to Department Cooperation Programme in Copenhagen University Hospital-Rigshospitalet (Denmark ). In 2017 she successfully completed an Observership in Neurology at Kaiser Franz Josef Hospital ( Vienna, Austria ). she currently have over 32 publications in the area of MS.
Neurologist, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebrovascular Disease & Headache
Dr. Trevor Archer born on 25th October 1949 (feast of St.Crispin&St.Crispinian). At 7 years, I was sent to St. Josephs College (school), North Point, Darjeeling, and from 15-17 years I attended Wallington Grammar School, Wallington, Surrey, UK. During this time I was part-time stable lad (jockey), Epsom, Surrey (PaulSmythe, trainer)UK. With 6 O-levels, I was offered a position at the Institute of Animal Physiology, Babraham, UK, and took my HND qualification AppliedBiology degree level) at Cambridge Polytechnical College, Cambridge, UK (1971). Thereafter, I obtained an Honours degree (Psychology and Physiology) at Newcastle-upon-Tyne University (1974), and a PhD, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden (1979). From 1978 (Aug) to 1988 (Dec), I was employed by Astra Lakemedel AB (later AstraZeneca) with the position of Head of CNS Drugs when I left to take up my appointment as Professor and Chair of Biological Psychology, Gothenburg University. I have held the position of Guest or Visiting Professor at: University of Hawaii at Manoa(1994), Orebro University(1996-2006, 2016-2017), Karlstad University (2000-2004), Kalmar University (2003-2013), Madrid University(1991-2009), Sapienza University, Rome(2013-) and received an Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award from St. Josephs College, North Point (2010), Darjeeling; an Honorary Doctorship, Professorship and Membership Awards from the Polish Academy of Science Pharmacological Society (May, 2013); and the Sansone Award for Studies in Well-being (April, 2014): at School of Medicine, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri. I was made Professor Emeritus on 30th October, 2016, and appointed Senior professor at Gothenburg university on 1st December that same year.
Physiology, Stress, Cognition
Iman M. Eissa, is currently an assistant professor of Ophthalmology at Cairo University, Egypt. She obtained her PhD, MD degree back in 2004. She also holds a certificate in medical education and curriculum development.
visual perception, neuro-ophthalmology, glaucoma, medical retina and eye imaging techniques
Neurology and Neurosurgery
Dr. Andriy Sirko has done his Doctor of Medical Sciences, Romodanov Neurosurgery Institute, Kyiv, Ukraine, 2012, PhD in Medicine. Institute of Neurosurgery, Kyiv, Ukraine, 2005, Associate Professor, Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Highest qualification neurosurgeon, Honored Doctor of Ukraine Member, Ukrainian Association of Neurosurgeons (member of European Federation of Neurosurgical Societies, World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies). Head of Neurosurgery Department No. 2, Municipal Institution, Mechnikov Dnipropetrovsk Regional Clinical Hospital (2009-present); Head of Cerebral Neurotraumatology Department, Municipal Institution, Mechnikov Dnipropetrovsk Regional Clinical Hospital (2005-2009); Associate Professor, Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Faculty of Postgraduate Education,Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (2013-present); Teaching Assistant, Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Faculty of Postgraduate Education,Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy(2001-2013); Neurosurgeon, Cerebral Neurosurgery Department No. 2 (1998-2005); Internship in neurosurgery, Department of Nervous Diseases and Neurosurgery, Faculty of Postgraduate Education, Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (1998-2000); Sub-Investigator, Participation in clinical trials, 2005-2012, Defended PhD thesis, Differentiated Treatment Tactics in Metastatic Brain Tumors (2005). Defended doctoral thesis, Intracranial Hypertension in Heavy Traumatic Brain Injury: Diagnosis, Prognosis, Surgical Correction (2012).
Neurology and Neurosurgery
Dr. AK Mukhopadhyay is a medical doctor, a laboratory physician and consciousness researcher. Born in 1953, Prof. A. K. Mukhopadhyay is MBBS from the University of Calcutta (1977) and MD in Pathology (1981) from Indias premier Medical Institute (AIIMS) at New Delhi, where he served for 40 years on various capacities. During his last 12 years of tenure at AIIMS, he had been the Head of the Department of Laboratory Medicine. Following superannuation from AIIMS he has been working at present as Professor of Pathology in North DMC Medical College & HR Hospital in Delhi. In addition to mainstream research, his works on developing a Science for consciousness brings a radical change of the Worldview and Paradigm shift in many disciplines of Science. His research on consciousness has enormous translational potential in exploring Life-style and Disease, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, and Psychosomatic Medicine, Synthetic Biology and Artificial Intelligence. He has been bestowed with Life-Time Achievement Award in Systems Science by Systems Society of India (SSI) in 2018. Prof. Mukhopadhyay is on the Advisory Board of Commission for Extended Science, UK. Professor Mukhopadhyays publications could be accessed from http://www.akmukhopadhyayconsciousness.com
His Research specialization in major neuroscience field is on a) Neurodegenerative disorder like (i) Alzheimers disease and Vascular dementia; Genetic polymorphism and Epistasis, ROS and Mitochondria, (ii) Parkinsons disease; Mitochondrial DNA and mitochondrial functions, (iii) Molecular Psychiatry; Depression; genetic polymorphism and Epistasis, Psycho-neuro-immunology; Depression and Immune function and Apoptosis; (iv) Coagulation abnormalities in Traumatic Brain Injury. Besides he has worked on Acute liver failure and Acute pancreatic failure, Antioxidant properties of the plant Ocimum sanctum (Tulsi)
Dr Saumya H Mittal was born to Mr Harsh Mittal and Mrs Sushma Mittal on November 17, 1981 in Meerut and is a proud Indian citizen. He married Dr Salony Mittal and was soon blessed with a child. He has always been enthusiastic about writing stories and poems in school magazines, and medical articles since graduation as a doctor. He is also fond of music, swimming and football apart from writing. He completed his MBBS from Government Medical College, Miraj; internship from King Edward Medical college and G S Seth hospital, Mumbai; MD (Medicine) from Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences, Doiwala, Dehradun; and trained for DNB (Neurology) at Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore. He has worked with hospitals such as Kailash Hospital and Research Centre, Noida and Indraprastha Apollo, New Delhi, JS Hospital, Noida, Empathy Mediclinic Noida at different position and with different responsibilities including teaching of DNB candidates and being in charge of Junior Medical Staff. He has always been loved by his seniors, and respected by his colleagues and juniors. He has been enthusiastic about attending many CME events and other programmes related to medical education, and has even arranged and organized a few CMEs. He has written articles that range in subject from medicine and infection to neurological disorders. He has written case reports, original articles, review articles and editorials. He is a reviewer for many journals inclusive of EC Neurology, Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, BMJ Open, BAOJ Neurology. Details of his publications and reviews may be found on ORCID (0000-0003-0648-1063)and PUBLONS (publons.com/a/1187276/).
Neuropathies, Muscle disorders, and Stroke
"Mr. Amitabh Saha was graduated from Armed Forces Medical Collge, Pune University School of Medicine in India. He is life member of the Indian Psychiatric Society. He is also on the board of editors for journals of Industrial Journal of Psychiatry, India. He is the faculty in the Dept of Pyschiatry at AFMC, India and is an Associate Professor teaching both undergraduates and post graduates students in Psychiatry. He is also life member of Indian association of social psychiatry and Indian association of child and adolescent mental health. He is now working as both teaching faculty and practicing clinical psychiatry at Pune, Maharashtra, India.
Neuropsychiatry, Mood & Anxiety disorder, dead diction, child psychiatry, Trauma, Stroke, Oxidative stress & Epilepsy