Il-Ok Lee
Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine
Korea University Guro Hospital
Korea University College of Medicine
Seoul, Republic of Korea
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Anesthesiology and Pain medicine Anesthetic pharmacology

Ki Churl Chang
Department of Pharmacology
School of Medicine
Gyeongsang National University
South Korea
I am currently engaged primarily in research activity. My overall research interest is focused on molecular mechanisms of gene regulation and function with particular relevance to stress-inducible systems such as heme oxygenase-1. I also currently study molecular mechanisms of metabolic disorders, with a focus area on high fat-diet induced liver injury and diabetes mellitus. My research also examines molecular adaptation to environmental stress, involving inflammatory, autophagic, and apoptotic mechanisms, as well as therapeutic effects of inhaled carbon monoxide. On a daily basis, I participate in the management, mentorship and training of a large group of research fellows and students. These responsibilities include providing daily consultation on postdoctoral and fellow research activities in informal (laboratory) or organized individual or group meeting sessions, evaluating and analyzing data, and assisting in experimental design and manuscript planning. I have provided leadership in all aspects of manuscript preparation, production, and peer-review processes for my daily working group. I also participate in fellow teaching and training, by giving instructional seminars at lab meetings, and previously by giving interactive demonstrations in a formal molecular biology course for clinical fellows.
* Cardiovascular pharmacology
* Heme oxygenase related pharmacology
* Inflammation and critical care medicine

Luana Rossato
Department of Clinical Analysis and Toxicology
Laboratory of Microbiology
University of São Paulo
Im degree in Pharmacy from the Federal University of Santa Maria-Brazil Master in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the Federal University of Santa Maria-Brazil. Currently a PHD student in Clinical Analysis from the University of São Paulo - USP. Brazil. I work in the pharmacy area, with an emphasis on medical mycology, drugs susceptibility testing and mycosis of immunology.
Drugs combinations and Antimicrobial drugs activity

Mehmet Bilgehan PEKTAS
Assistant Professor
Department of Medical Pharmacology
Faculty of Medicine
Afyon Kocatepe University
Dr. Pektas graduated from Istanbul University, received his master degrees from Gazi University Faculty of Pharmacy and Fatih University Faculty of Management. He subsequently completed Ph.D. in metabolic syndrome, at Gazi University Faculty of Pharmacy Department of Pharmacology in Ankara City. He is currently the Chief of the Medical Pharmacology Afyon Kocatepe University School of Medicine. He has published over 10 articles. Dr. Pektas’s research has focused on metabolic syndrome, sex hormones, diabetes, inflammation, insulin signalling pathways, cardivascular pharmacology and pharmacoeconomics.
Metabolic syndrome, Sex hormones, Diabetes, Inflammation, Insulin signalling pathways, Cardivascular Pharmacology and Pharmacoeconomics.

Mohsen Alipour
Associate Professor
Department of Physiology
Faculty of Medicine
Zanjan University of Medical Sciences
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Cardiovascular and Neurosciences, Oxidative stress, Ischemia – Reperfusion, Diet, exercise and atherosclerosis, Sleep, Passive avoidance Memory in animals , Apoptosis

Patrick A Howson
Head of Chemical Services
Atuka Inc.
Patrick is CEO and co-founder of Junaxo Inc., a virtual drug development company. Patrick is also Head of Chemical Services at Atuka Inc., a CRO specializing in Parkinson's disease. In addition to these roles Patrick also has an academic position within the University Health Network at the Toronto Western Research Institute.Patrick has a Ph.D. in Neuroscience, from the University of Bristol, UK (1999) and subsequently worked in an academic Medicinal Chemistry group. Prior to his current positions, Patrick was Head of Preclinical Sciences at Phytopharm plc, a UK based pharmaceutical company, and he has over 10 years' experience of working in drug discovery and development. Dr Howson has been involved in managing projects from early pre-clinical evaluation through to Phase II clinical studies, including clinical studies in Parkinson's disease. Dr Howson also has experience in the generation and management of intellectual property and is an inventor on several patents.
My main research interest is the development of small molecule therapeutics for the treatment of neurodegenerative disorders. By using the 'virtual' model of drug discovery and development I have been involved in the preclinical and clinical evaluation of several compounds for Parkinson's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and Alzheimer's disease. Currently, I am interested in the potential of novel sapogenins to treat amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. In addition, I am also researching compounds that have the potential to enhance autophagy and thus may be of therapeutic benefit in several neurodegenerative disorders.

Seyyed Mohammad Taghi Mansouri
Assistant Professor
Department of Pharmacology
Physiology Research Center
School of Medicine
Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences
I graduated as Doctor of Pharmacy in 2003 From Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences (AJUMS), Iran and as Ph.D. in Pharmacology in 2008 from Mashhad University of Medical Sciences (MUMS), Iran. I had awarded Iranian Ministry of Health & Medical Education research travel grant for a 6 month under the supervision of Professor Vicente Felipo in Centro de Investigation Principe Felipe, Spain in 2007. I am currently working as an assistant professor & in Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences, Ahvaz, Iran. I have so far published more than 50 peer-reviewed manuscripts in English and Farsi. I have trained 10 PhD students and more than 15 undergraduates. I am an active academic scientist with an overall research focus in behavioral neuroscience & neuropharmacology. The research systems used include the different animal models of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s diseases and also vascular dementia, animal models of pain, anxiety and also tolerance & dependence to drugs.
Research Interests:
- Behavioral neuroscience and Neuropharmacology
- Signal transduction pathways
- Animal models of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s diseases & vascular dementia
- Animal models of pain
- Anxiety
- Tolerance & dependence to drugs’ effect

Song Gao
Assistant Professor
College of Pharmacy
The University of Houston
• Ph.D. in Medicinal Chemistry, Peking Union Medical College, Beijing, China 09/1999-07/2004
• B.S. in Pharmacy, Shandong University, Jinan, China 09/1992-07/1996

Expert in:
• Drug absorption, metabolism, and pharmacokinetics.
• Bioanalysis of small and large molecules.
• Medicinal chemistry
• Quality control of herbal medicines or dietary supplements.

Academic Appointments:
• Research Assistant Professor, The University of Houston (03/2014-present)
• Senior Research Scientist, MD Anderson Cancer Center, The University of Texas (06/2013-02/2014)
• Research Assistant Professor, The University of Houston (08/2011-06/2013)
• Postdoctoral fellow, The University of Houston (11/2007-07/2011)
• Postdoctoral fellow, The University of Arizona (10/2005-10/2007)
• Postdoctoral fellow, Arizona State University (10/2004-09/2005)

My primary research interests focus on drug absorption, metabolism, and bioavailability. I am using a variety of biological models including Caco-2 cell, intestinal perfusion, microsomes and S9 fractions that are enriched in metabolic enzymes and whole animals such as mice and rats to determine the ADME performances of active components in the natural products. I am also interested in the analysis of herbal medicines. I have been engaged in many different areas of herbal research ranging from identifying active compounds to total synthesis, and characterizing the criteria of herbal and herbal mixtures. I am committed to the continuation of my interests in active natural product identification and also to identify/quantify the metabolites of natural products from biological samples.
1) Disposition of components in herbal medicines.
2) Bioanalysis of small molecules (drug and drug metabolites) and large molecules (drug metabolism enzymes and transporters)
3) Identification and total synthesis of bioactive natural products.

Marcellino Monda
Department of Physiology
Faculty of Medicine and Surgery
Second University of Naples
Prof. Marcellino Monda, born in Napoli, January 12, 1959.
- Degree in Medicine and Surgery with highest honors at the University of Naples; Specialization in Internal Medicine with highest honors at the University of Naples; Specialization in Sports Medicine highest honors at the University of Naples.
- Full Professor of Physiology at the Department of Experimental Medicine, and Medical Director at the Unit of Dietetics and Sports Medicine of the Second University of Naples. Director of the School of Specialization in Sports Medicine of the Second University of Naples.
1) Nervous control of body temperature.
2) Correlations between thermogenesis and feeding behavior.
3) Cortical and hypothalamic control of vegetative functions.
4) Autonomic responses to stimulation with orexin A in various conditions, including those by neuroleptic drugs.
5) Control of nociceptive transmission.
6) Variations of metabolic and vegetative parameters in physiological and pathological conditions (especially obesity and diabetes).

T Narayana Murty
NIMRA College of Business Management
Vijayawada, India
Dr. T Narayana Murty obtained his B.A. and M.A (History) from Andhra University, his M.B.A and M. Phil (HRM) from Acharya Nagarjuna University. And he was awarded with his Ph D (HRM) from Acharya Nagarjuna University in 2012. He is presently Director and Research supervisor of NIMRA College of Business Management, Vijayawada, India. He got University ranks at UG and PG level. He received Best Teacher Award-2013 (JNT University Kakinada) and Best Teacher Award-2015 (All the Best Arts Academy). He has 25 years of teaching experience at PG level in different Universities. He awarded 10 M. Phil degrees and 6 Ph D degrees. He is presently research guide for 1 M. Phil and 13 Ph D scholars. He published a total of 97 articles at National (26) and International (71) Journals and 1 book was written and published in 2010. He is the Editorial Board Member for several international Journals. He had 10 memberships in Professional organizations. He has extensive research experience in Business and Human Resource Management and Recent trends in Drug Delivery and Drug Designing methods.
1. Business Management
2. Human Resource Management
3. Entrepreneurship Development
4. Impact of Business Ethics and Human Values in Indian Mutual funds Market
5. Impact of Globalization on Indian Insurance Services
6. Mechanisms of Good Corporate Governance in India
7. Corporate Social Responsibility
8. Branding Revitalization
9. Dynamics of Indian Higher Education System
10. Impact of Electronic Media in Rural Agricultural Markets
11. Retail Banking – Trends and Challenges
12. Business Strategies for sustainable Growth
13. Agricultural innovations and Mass Media Approaches
14. Current Trends in Drug Discovery and Novel Drug Delivery
15. Emerging trends in insurance sector in India
16. Social Siences and Psychology