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Thanasekaran Jayakumar

Senior Researcher

Department of Pharmacology

Taipei Medical University

China

About Me

Thanasekaran Jayakumar is a Senior Research Scientist in the Department of Pharmacology, Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Taipei Medical University, Taiwan. Dr. Jayakumar gained his Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences in 2008 from the Bharadhidasan University, India. He has been conducting an independent honor’s research work at Taipei Medical University for the past 11 years in the field of cardiovascular diseases. Without a doubt, he is one of those rare individuals; he is highly intelligent, inquisitive, motivated, and creative. His contribution is being important to science and technology, as he is an expert in molecular biology with special reference to the therapeutic value of natural products and metal compounds for human diseases. However, what is noteworthy is that he counts 85 research papers and 9 review papers in peer-reviewed journals, with few more in the pipeline, and he acts as referee for several specialty journals. During his masters and Ph.D.’s, he has received few special awards for his outstanding contribution to life sciences and environmental sciences. Dr. Thanasekaran Jayakumar won the ‘Outstanding Researcher Award’ from Taipei Medical University for the years 2013- 2018. His total citation is 1600.

Saima Mushtaq

Assistant

Cardiovascular Imaging Department, Centro Cardiologico Monzino

Centro Cardiologico Monzino, IRCCS, Milan, Italy

Milan, Italy

About Me

Saima Mushtaq is a physician, with a postgraduate in Cardiology (2012), who has dedicated her clinical and scientific activity to Heart Failure and Cardiovascular Imaging. Nowadays, she is part of the Cardiovascular Imaging department at Centro Cardiologico Monzino, IRCCS, Milan, particularly of Echocardiography, Coronary CT Angiography and Cardiac MRI, with 100 articles published in peer-reviewed International Journals with Impact Factor regarding this topic more than 500 abstracts presented in many national and international congresses. She had part of several multicenter trials and she is the coordinator of many international trials.

Stefanos Roumeliotis

Nephrologist

Division of Nephrology and Hypertension, 1st Department of Internal Medicine

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki, Greece

About Me

I was born in Thessaloniki in 1982 and graduated from the Medical School of Ioannina, Greece in 2007. After 10 years of medical training, I was specialized in Nephrology and my Ph.D. is in the area of vascular calcification and cardiovascular disease in CKD patients. My areas of interest and expertise also include oxidative stress and diabetic nephropathy. I am currently occupied as a scientific researcher in Division of Nephrology and Hypertension, 1st Department of Internal Medicine, AHEPA Hospital, School of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Andrea Montalto

Cardiac surgery

San. Camillo hospital

Rome, Italy

About Me

I m a cardiac surgeon skilled in the treatment of Heart failure. I m the person responsible for the VAD program at San Camillo hospital in Rome.

Massimo Antonio Padalino

Professor

Department of Cardiothoracic, Vascular disease and Publich Health

university of Padova, Italy

Italy

About Me

I am currently an Associate Professor of Cardiac Surgery at the University of Padova, medical School, founded in 1222 AD. I am a Ph.D. in cardiac Sciences and I have 2 masters in Cardiac Pathology and Pediatrics. My current clinical duties include: - surgical operation of all kinds of congenital heart disease (neonates to adults) - septal defects in the minimally invasive approach - Transatrial repair of tetralogy of Fallot with pulmonary valve preservation - Arterial switch for transposition of the great arteries - Neonatal repair of coarctation interrupted aortic arch, - Hybrid/staged repair for hypoplastic left heart syndrome - clinical consults in the outpatient clinic, and in other peripheral (SPOKE) hospitals which have my institution as HUB center for congenital heart disease - clinical and pharmacological management of the postoperative course of patients in Cardiac Intensive Care Unit and in the wards - sharing monthly outcalls, for a total of 15 days/months of calls coverage During my training, I was a clinical fellow at Mayo Clinic, where I gained valuable experience working alongside Dr. Gordon Danielson who taught me surgical management of complex congenital heart disease in adults. During my stay in Boston Children’s Hospital and Mott Children’s Hospital at University of Michigan, I was lucky enough to work with Dr. Pedro del Nido,  Dr. Richard Jonas, and Dr. Edward Bove, who trained me in early repair of most congenital heart diseases such as AV septal defects, tetralogy of Fallot, TGA, and the management of  HLHS. Since returning to the University of Padua, I have continued to explore new techniques, such as a minimally invasive approach and hybrid procedure for the repair of simple congenital heart diseases (ASD, VSD, PAPVD), and reconstruction of the pulmonary valve in tetralogy of Fallot during transatrial repair. I am proud to have developed a Pediatric VAD program and a cutting-edge  HUB&SPOKE ECMO program. My most recent training experience in the USA was with Johns Hopkins University Hospital in 2015, where I worked with a multidisciplinary team of physicians, surgeons, and scientists (including Dr. Duke Cameron, Dr. Luca Vricella, and Dr. Hal Dietz), to learn the Aortic valve-sparing technique - one of my academic interests.  As an academic, I enjoy researching the latest breakthrough and learning about best practices in the field of Congenital heart disease. I am actively investigating topics such as evaluation of neurological and pulmonary outcomes after cardiopulmonary bypass in children undergoing surgery for congenital heart disease, results of pulmonary valve repair, in tetralogy of Fallot, neonatal coarctation repair, surgery for the anomalous aortic origin of coronary arteries (as coordinator of a prospective European registry). I also like sharing my findings with students and trainees whom I usually involved in my projects. I attend international meetings as both a presenter and a participant to update my knowledge in the management of CHD. For example, I have been presenting my research at the annual EACTS meeting in Europe in the last three years. I have led several multicenter clinical studies that have allowed me to gain experience and knowledge in several topics, and also foster professional friendships all over the world.  I took an active part in some prestigious EU-funded clinical research projects as a partner. I am part of the scientific committee of the Italian Society of cardiac surgery and the European Congenital Heart Surgeons Association (ECHSA).

Ahmed Aburima

Independent Research Fellow

Hull York Medical School

University of Hull

United States

About Me

I am an Independent Research Fellow at the Hull York Medical School (HYMS) with over fifteen years of progressive research and academic experience in the area of thrombosis, hemostasis, and cardiovascular disease.

Ammar Ashor

Department Of Internal Medicine

Newcastle University, United Kingdom

United Kingdom

About Me

I am an adaptable and personable team player, experienced in managing projects and leading a team. I have 14 years of experience in clinical, academic and biomedical research, producing high quality, peer-reviewed papers in the fields of Pharmacology and Nutrition. I am now looking to bring together my passion for innovation, a solid grounding in medicine and extensive knowledge of scientific research to fulfill my ambition of moving into a deeper understanding of endothelial function at the molecular level.

Farahnaz Sadegh Beigee

Associate Professor

Thoracic Surgery

Masih Daneshvari Hospital (NRITLD), Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences Tehran

Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran

About Me

Farahnaz Sadegh Beigee has a research experience in following areas:

  1. Evaluation of etiology of the delay in treatment of pleural empyema in our center, a prospective project. Project granted by Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences (2015)
  2. Evaluation of the delay in appropriate treatment of lung cancer in patients referred to our center. Project granted by Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences (2015)

Jaison Jeevanandam

Researcher

Department of Chemical Engineering

Curtin University

Malaysia

About Me

Dr. Jaison Jeevanandam obtained his Ph.D. in the Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Science from Curtin University, Malaysia. His Ph.D. project focused on the development of a novel nanomedicine for reversing insulin resistance in Type 2 diabetes. He has experience in nanoparticle synthesis, especially in the green synthesis using plant extracts, characterization, cytotoxic analysis of nanoparticles, and in vitro analysis in diabetic models. His current research focuses on the application of bionanotechnology in the development of nanoformulations for drug delivery. Dr. Jaison has authored about 15 book chapters and 22 journal articles along with some conference papers.

Haocheng Lu

Postdoctor Fellow

Department Of Internal Medicine

Univerisity of Michigan

Ann Arbor, United States

About Me

Currently, I am a research fellow in the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan. My research interest includes cardiovascular disease, metabolic disease, endothelial cell biology, smooth muscle cell biology, lipid metabolism.

Bruno Silva Lemos

Postdoctoral Fellow

Nutritional Sciences

University of Connecticut Storrs-CT, USA

Storrs-CT, United States

About Me

Bruno Silva Lemos has a research experience & Invited Lecturer in the following areas: Molecular oncology to identify mechanisms for tumor progression in colorectal cancer in vitro, in vivo and in humans using various biomolecular, cellular, immunohistochemical and biochemical techniques - Clinical trial investigating the effects of walnut consumption information of urolithins via the gut microbiota composition with the objective to identify anti-inflammatory properties in healthy individuals coming for screening colonoscopy - Cross-sectional study collecting biopsy samples and demographic data in patients coming for screening colonoscopy to identify risk factors for colon cancer - Analyze large database for patients with early and advanced carcinomas with objective to show potential contributors to colon cancer development .
As well as He is a writer of some famous book -

Hong B, Ideta T, Lemos BS, Igarashi Y, Tan Y, DiSiena M, Mo A, Birk JW, Faripour F, Devers TJ, Weinstock GM, Rosenberg DW. Characterization of Mucosal Dysbiosis of Early Colonic Neoplasia. 2019.

Al-Yousef HM, Lemos BS, Thomas MS, Melough M, Chun OK, Fernandez ML. Low Plasma HDL Cholesterol is Associated with Greater Risk for Cardiovascular Disease in Subjects with Metabolic Syndrome. 2019. Curr. Topics in Biochemical Research.  Initial contributors to colon cancer development .

Uwe Nixdorff

Department Of Cardiology

Germany

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