Yoshinori Hayakawa has engaged in medical physics. He developed simultaneous neutron monitoring system for Boron-Neutron-Capture-Therapy. He has measured, first in the world, acoustic pulse generated in the body of treated patient by pulsed proton beam. The phenomenon may be used to monitor dose distribution in patients. He is interested in researches on human wellbeing. He has developed Computer Numerals, New Abacus Numerals, Computer Abacus, and Universal Literacy Alphabet for improving basic education to reduce poverty. Many of these can be observed in youtube without payment. He insists use of plant factory and space-based solar electric power generation against global cooling.
Dr. Byungse Suh is a Professor in Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Temple University. Dr. Byungse Suh received his MD, University of Miami and Postdoctoral Fellowship, Biochemistry, University of Iowa. Internship and Residency, Internal Medicine, University of Wisconsin Hospital. He is an Member of Fellow, Infectious Diseases Society of America and American Society for Microbiology.
Dr. Byungse Suh Research interests includes Pharmacokinetics of antimicrobial agents, Drug protein binding in disease states, In vitro determination of drug photo toxicity, Clinical trial studies of antimicrobial agents.
Dr. Igor S. Lukashevich is a Professor in School of Medicine at Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology and Center for Predictive Medicine, University of Louisville. Dr. Lukashevich received his MD degree from Minsk Medical School (Belarus) and PhD and DSc (Doctor of Sciences) Degrees in Virology from Institute of Virology, Academy of Medical Sciences in Moscow (Russia). His post-doctoral training was focused on molecular biology of viral hemorrhagic fevers (CDC, Atlanta, GA, USA; Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium; University of Hamburg, Heinrich-Pette Institute of Experimental Virology and Immunology). From 1990-1993 he served as an invited expert on hemorrhagic fever viruses at University of Conakry/IRBAG, Guinea, and as a consultant of German Agency for Technical Cooperation(GTZ). From 2001 till 2011 he served as Assistant, and then Associate Professor in Institute of Human Virology, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, USA.
Dr. Igor S. Lukashevich research interest includes molecular biology and pathogenesis of viral hemorrhagic fevers. His current projects mostly focus on innovative approaches in vaccine research and development: rational design of live-attenuated vaccines, recombinant YF17D-based vaccines; advanced alphavirus replicon technology; infectious DNA vaccines; and his target infectious are: Lassa Fever and South American Hemorrhagic Fevers, Chikungunya, Yellow Fever, and Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis.
Professor Frederic Deschamps is a medical doctor since 1990 and he has completed his PhD of toxicology in 1993 at the University of Lille, France. He is the director of the Department of Occupational Health of the Medicine Faculty of Reims, France. He has published more than 40 papers in medical journals about occupational health and diseases.
Maysaa El Sayed Zaki PhD, MD in Clinical Pathology-Clinical Microbiology and Immunology is Professor at Mansoura Faculty of medicine and director of clinical laboratories in Mansoura university children hospital and member of the higher promotion committee for Egyptian universities Professor (Clinical Pathology).Professor Dr Maysaa has over 120 scientific papers and projects either presented or published. She is internationally recognized expert in many areas of advanced medicine including clinical microbiology, diagnosis of infectious diseases, molecular biology, Clinical research and drug discovery.. Recent publications also include books on the use of modern technology in laboratory diagnosis like omics technology and nanomedicine. Dr Maysaa has awarded the university award of Academic Excellence and is a member of Who,s Who for International Executives.
Dr. Maysaa El Sayed Zaki has research interest in Global, regional, and national incidence and mortality for HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria.
Dr. Abdulwahab R Hashem Binsadiq was from Department of Botany and Microbiology College of Science, he worked as a Associate Professor of Microbiology, College of Science, King Saud University (1991), at present he is working as a Professor of Microbiology, College of Science King Saud University from 1995 to till date
Dr. Leondios Kostrikis received his BSc degree (Biochemistry) in 1987 as a Fulbright scholar and his Ph.D. (Architectural Studies of Inoviruses) in 1993 from New York University, United States. This was followed by post-doctoral research at the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center of Rockefeller University (New York) on the molecular virology of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1). He was a recipient of fellowships from the Elizabeth Glazer Pediatric AIDS Foundation and the Aaron Diamond Foundation. He joined the faculty of the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center as a staff investigator in 1998 and the Rockefeller University as an Assistant Professor in 1999. He is currently a Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at University of Cyprus and he is the Head of the Molecular Virology Laboratory.
Research Interest includes HIV-1 transmission and pathogenesis and how host and viral factors may influence the progression of the disease; studying the mechanisms of drug resistance development during HIV antiretroviral therapy; understanding the implications of natural genetic diversity in efficacy of antiretroviral drugs;