Journal Gerontology & Geriatric Research (ISSN 2733-2292)

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Mental Health of Retired Ex-Combatants

Stenotrophomonas maltophilia Infections in Geriatric Patients

Cognitive Skills Questionnaire: Comparative Results in Elderly Population without Cognitive Deficit, Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer's Disease

Social Inequality and Type 2 Diabetes Management among Older Latinx Immigrants

Persistence of Glenohumeral Subluxation is Correlated with Prolonged Existence of Crossed Cerebellar Diaschisis in a Hemiplegic Stroke Survivor: A Pilot Study


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Editorial board

Parimal Karmakar


Life Science and Biotechnology

Jadavpur University


About Me

Some Awardes and Publication : 1. Awarded JSPS fellowship from Japan Government and spend four month in Tohoku University, Japan, 2005 2. Visiting Scientist from NIH , USA , 2003, 2007 and 2009). 3. Acting as a regular reviewer of Journal Toxicology In vitro & nanomedicine, scientific reports etc. List of Publication : 1. Characterization of a MnIIcomplex of Alizarin suggests attributes explaining a superior anticancer activity: A comparison with anthracycline drugs. Mauli Saha….Parimal Karmakar, Saurav Das. August 2019, Polyhedron, DOI: 10.1016/j.poly.2019.08.007.IF 2.06 2. pH-Responsive Mn-Doped Carbon Dots for White-Light-Emitting Diodes, Fingerprinting, and Bioimaging Rinki Kumari,† Kunal Pal,‡,§ Parimal Karmakar,‡ and Sumanta Kumar Sahu. ACS Appl. Nano Mater. XXXX, XXX, XXX−XXX,2019.

Arkadiusz Orzechowski


Department of Physiological Sciences

Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW

WARSAW, Poland

About Me

Professor Arkadiusz Orzechowski is a professor and group leader at the Department of Physiological Sciences, Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW, Poland. He was graduated as veterinary surgeon (DVM) and earned Ph. D. in animal physiology at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW, Poland. Professor Orzechowski has published over 100 papers on the subject of physiology and pathophysiology. From 1988 Professor Orzechowski put emphasis on muscle regeneration, Ca2+ fluxes in tumor cells, and Alzheimer’s disease (AD). He is a recognised expert in the field of skeletal muscle physiology giving many invited papers at international meetings around the world. In animal physiology, he developed novel methods for quantitative measurement of metabolic activity in liver and skeletal muscles, as well as biochemistry of isolated mitochondria. Recently, his is focused on lipid rafts (LR) as vital platforms in signal transduction. His work is directed on the evaluation of LR contribution to cell signalling, proteomics and autophagy control in neuronal models of AD. In skeletal muscle he studies the role LR in the activation of residual satellite cells and the differentiation of myoblasts to muscle fibers. He chairs the Warsaw Division of the Polish Society of Veterinary Sciences and is the Vice-Dean for Research Affairs at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW.

Moisés Evandro Bauer


Department Of Immunology

Pontifical Catholic University of the Rio Grande do Sul

Porto Alegre, Brazil

About Me

Our main research lines include Neuroimmunology and Immunosenescence. Of note, we are interested to study the psychoneuroendocrine determinants of premature aging of the immune system in various human populations, including healthy older adults, patients with rheumatoid arthritis and bipolar disorder. We are also interested to investigate the role of inflammatory factors on cognition and behavior in mood disorders.

Vinod Tiwari

Postdoctoral Fellow

Laboratory of Molecular Gerontology

National Institute on Aging

United States

About Me

My PhD training was in the field of radio biology, and spent much of my time evaluating signalling pathways relevant to radio resistance. I have extensive experience in the areas of animal model study, pharmacology, molecular biology, radiation biology and biochemistry. Recently, I have been focused on delineating the molecular mechanisms of transcription-coupled DNA repair (TCR).

Mohammed Ahmed

Senior Lecturer in Molecular Biosciences

School of Science and Technology

Nottingham Trent University

United Kingdom

About Me

I, Dr. Mohammed I. Ahmed to date (2010-2019) have published multiple original articles and book chapter. My research focuses on delineation of mechanisms underlying microRNA (miRNA,miR) and transcription factor-mediated regulatory programs controlling epithelial stem-cells(SCs)/progenitors activity during skin and hair follicles(HFs) during development, wound-healing and ageing.

Prakash K.C.

Post-doctoral researcher

Department Of Health Sciences

Tampere University

Tampere, Finland

About Me

During the academic venture, I got an opportunity to observe the community and community-based health problems very closely. Both BPH and MPH degree taught me numerous aspects of research, monitoring, and evaluation. The interest in field-based research motivated me to join and complete a Ph.D. in public health. Since then, I have devoted my career to active quantitative research as a full time researcher (2013 onward-). Since the completion of doctorate degree in 2018, I have been working as a full-time researcher at Tampere University, Tampere, Finland.

Kristine Marie Todd


Nursing Administration

Mercy Health Saint Mary's

Grand Rapids, United States

About Me

Dr. Todd has been in healthcare and specifically nursing for over 30 years. Dr. Todd's spent the majority of her first 15 years in nursing in Adult Critical Care Units in the speciality areas of Cardiac Intensive Care and Open Heart. Dr. Todd was employed by Bristol Myers Squibb for 10 years and was in the role of a Speciality Sales Representative in the Cardiovascular Division promoting pharmaceutical agents for heart disease that included hypertension and diabetes agents. She received her Master's Degree in Nursing with emphasis of study as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Duke University in 2000 and continues to practice as a Nurse Practitioner in the speciality area of Geriatrics. Dr. Todd completed her doctoral work at Duke University in May 2014 and focused her research on delirium detection in post-operative hip fracture patients. Dr. Todd has presented multiple times at a national level on geriatric and quality of care related topics. She has a passion for educating others and was previously an adjunct professor at University of Detroit Mercy teaching pathophysiology in the undergraduate nursing program. Additionally, she is involved with health care policy and advocacy work at a state and national level where she collaborates with legislators discussing issues that impact quality of patient care. Dr. Todd is presently the Director of Heart and Vascular Services at Mercy Health Saint Mary's in Grand Rapids Michigan where she resides with her husband and toy poodle. Her personal interests includes golf, running, and skiing.

Yaohui Tang

Assistant Professor

Department of Biomedical Engineering

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

ShanghaI, China

About Me

As an assistant professor in Shanghai Jiao Tong University, I focus on investigating the mechanism of cerebrovascular disease, especially stroke. I try to find different therapies, for example, stem cell and gene based therapy for treating stroke.

M. Dolores Calero

Department of Psychology

University of Granada


Juan Gambini


Department of Physiology

School of Medicine



Medical Doctor

Evaluating and managing trauma patients

University Hospital San Luigi Gomzaga


About Me



Hellenic Technological Pole


Rome, Italy

About Me

Professor Kyriakos Kouveliotis is currently President of the educational organisation Atheneum Liberal Studies and Professor at Uninettuno University. He has a PhD in European Integration and International Relations completed at the Department of Politics, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. His doctorate, entitled “The Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union and Weak States”, has focused on the analysis and the demonstration of the policy’s institutional development, its adaptability on specific case studies and its future perspectives and prospects. He also holds an MA in Diplomacy awarded by Lancaster University UK, a certificate in Linguistics awarded by Bangor University UK and a BA in English Literature and Linguistics awarded by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Greece. He has also completed two cycles of Post -Doctorate research one on Decision and Policy -Making and one on Conflict Resolution and Crisis Management. Professor Kouveliotis has worked in various research groups, he is an accomplished researcher in a variety of disciplines, and in the last 20 years he has taught in many Universities and educational organisations globally among which Newcastle University, University of Sunderland, Deree College, University of Indianapolis, Hellenic Air Force War College and Hellenic Naval War College to name a few. He is an expert in developing new curricula, programs and syllabi, whereas in 2009 he has created and developed the Master of Science in Health Management at Uninettuno University in two different languages, to which he is also its Director with hundreds of graduates so far. Recently and with the support and assistance of the University he has created we signed international partnerships with institutions in the USA, UK, Singapore, India, and Somalia. Professor Kouveliotis has published 12 books and dozens of original scientific articles. His track record of academic publishing is composed of a variety of papers concerning political, economic and educational issues whereas in the last years he is working on his original initiative for the development of a “Global Degree” . He has also served as a Scientific Advisor to the Minister of Defence, to the Deputy Minister of Development and Competitiveness and to the General Secretariat of Communication and Mass Media of the Greek Government. He has recently been appointed by the Minister of Education as a Member in the Governing Committee of the Hellenic Open University.

Current Issue Volume 2, Issue 1

Nutritional Deficiencies Associated with Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) in Elderly/Older Adults

The Impact of Geriatric Assessment on Patient Outcomes in Radiation Oncology: A Pilot Study

Menopausal Status Impairs Acute Inflammatory Recovery from Resistance Exercise

“Undetectable, Now What?” HIV Provider Opinions on Barriers to Healthy Aging for Older People Living with HIV in North America

Maintenance Electroconvulsive Therapy Meeting Unmet Needs of Antipsychotics in Older Patients: A Case Report

Clinical Impact of Clinicopathological Characteristics of Undifferentiated Advanced Gastric Cancer in Elderly Patients

Changing Pattern of Tuberculosis: Clinical Presentation Within a Decade - Analysis from South-East Europe

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