Ateke Goshvarpour | Computational neuroscience | Editorial Board Member

Assist Prof Dr. Ateke Goshvarpour | Computational neuroscience | Editorial Board Member

Assistant Professor, Imam Reza International University, Iran

Ateke Goshvarpour, Ph.D., is an accomplished Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering renowned for her expertise and contributions to the field.  Hailing from Iran, she holds a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, earned from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at Sahand University of Technology in Tabriz, Iran, spanning from December 2012 to August 2017. 🎓 With a passion for advancing knowledge, Ateke serves as a faculty member at Imam Reza International University, contributing to the academic landscape of Razavi Khorasan, Iran. 🏛️ Her commitment is reflected not only in her academic pursuits but also in her dedication to fostering female students’ education, as evidenced by her association with Rezvan Campus. 🌸 For inquiries or collaboration, Ateke Goshvarpour can be reached via email at ateke.goshvarpour@gmail.com or ak_goshvarpour@imamreza.ac.ir, and her academic journey and expertise make her a valuable asset in the realm of Biomedical Engineering. 📧📚

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Ateke Goshvarpour, Ph.D., brings a rich academic background and a diverse set of research interests to her role as an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering. 🎓 From December 2012 to August 2017, she pursued her doctoral studies in Biomedical Engineering at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Sahand University of Technology in Tabriz, Iran. 🌐 Her impactful thesis, titled “The Impact of Bilingualism, Sleep, and Personal Experience on Emotion Recognition for Male and Female Students,” underscores her commitment to exploring the intersection of language, sleep, and personal experiences in emotion recognition.

Areas of Interests

Ateke Goshvarpour, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering with a multifaceted research portfolio. 🌐 Her expertise spans diverse domains such as Biomedical Signal Processing, delving into the intricate analysis of physiological data. 🧠 A trailblazer in Nonlinear Dynamics, Ateke explores the complex, dynamic patterns inherent in biological systems. 🔄 Her research extends to Affect Recognition, unraveling the nuanced interplay of emotions and expressions. 🤖 A passion for Neuroscience fuels her investigations into the intricacies of the human brain. 🧬 Ateke’s interests extend to Complementary Medicine, exploring integrative approaches to healthcare, and Human Identification, where she delves into advanced techniques for precise identification. 🩺💡

Awards and Achievements:

Ateke Goshvarpour, Ph.D., stands out as an academic trailblazer in Biomedical Engineering, securing the first-ranked GPA among Ph.D. students at Sahand University of Technology upon entering in 2012. 🏆 Her exceptional knowledge and capabilities were further underscored by her top-ranking in the PhD Exam Scientific Interview in the same year. 🌟 Ateke’s dedication to academic excellence earned her the prestigious National Elite Foundation scholarship for the academic year 2016-2017, recognizing her as an outstanding scholar. 🎓 Additionally, she remains an active participant in the Talent Students program at Sahand University of Technology, showcasing her commitment to nurturing the next generation of bright minds. 👩‍🎓💡

Publications Top Notes

  1. “Eye-blinking analysis as a marker of emotional states.”
    • Authors: Goshvarpour Atefeh, Goshvarpour Ateke
    • Published in: Multimedia Tools and Applications (2021)
    • DOI: 10.1007/s11042-021-11304-1
  2. “Comparison of the performance of two fusion algorithms at the feature and signal level in separating the gait signal of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis patients from healthy individuals.”
    • Authors: Daneshmand Frotaghe Mahsa, Jamshidi Moghadam Zeinab, Goshvarpour Ateke
    • Published in: Journal of Soft Computing and Information Technology (2021)
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  3. “Human emotion recognition using polar-based lagged Poincare plot indices of eye-blinking data.”
    • Authors: Goshvarpour Atefeh, Goshvarpour Ateke
    • Published in: International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Applications (2021)
    • DOI: 10.1142/S1469026821500231
  4. “Classification of autistic children using polar-based lagged state-space indices of EEG signals.”
    • Authors: Ghoreishi Nahid, Goshvarpour Ateke, Zare Molkabad Samane, Khorshidi Narjes, Baratzade Somayeh
    • Published in: Signal, Image and Video Processing (2021)
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  5. “Novel delayed Poincare’s plot indices of photoplethysmogram for classification of physical activities.”
    • Authors: Barati Moghadam Zahra, Sepehri Noghondar Masoume, Goshvarpour Ateke
    • Published in: Applied Medical Informatics (2021)
  6. “Differentiation of Neurodegenerative Diseases by Dynamic Analysis of Gait Pattern and Feature-level Fusion Approaches.”
    • Authors: Goshvarpour Atefeh, Goshvarpour Ateke
    • Published in: Journal of Paramedical Science and Rehabilitation (2021) (Text in Persian)
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  7. “Analysis of electroencephalogram of Autism spectrum disorder using correlation dimension changes in brain map.”
    • Authors: Ghoreishi Nahid, Zare Molkabad Samane, Baratzade Somayeh, Goshvarpour Ateke, Sadeghi Bajestani Ghasem
    • Published in: The Neuroscience Journal of Shefaye Khatam (2021) (Text in Persian)
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  8. “Estimation of Covid-19 mortality rates in Iran using the autoregressive model.”
    • Authors: Goshvarpour Ateke, Goshvarpour Atefeh
    • Published in: Journal of Critical Care Nursing (2020) (Text in Persian)
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  9. “A predictive model for emotion recognition based on individual characteristics and autonomic changes.”
    • Authors: Goshvarpour Ateke, Goshvarpour Atefeh, Abbasi Ataollah
    • Published in: Basic and Clinical Neuroscience (2022)
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  10. “Gender Differences in Cardiovascular Performance While Running at Maximum Heart Rate: Emphasis on phase space dynamic.”
    • Authors: Barati Moghadam Zahra, Ghaemian Zahra, Sahebhe Alam Najmeh, Goshvarpour Ateke, Sadeghi Bajestani Ghasem
    • Published in: Journal of Applied Exercise Physiology (2020) (Text in Persian)
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Mahmood Barani | Nanotechnolgy | Editorial Board Member

Dr. Mahmood Barani | Nanotechnolgy | Editorial Board Member

Assistant professor, Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Iran

🎓 An accomplished Assistant Professor of Medical Nanotechnology at Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Iran, Dr. Mahmood Barani has been at the forefront of medical mycology and bacteriology research. Born on March 21, 1991, he stands as a beacon of academic excellence, earning the prestigious title of The Best Talent Student in the 27th Outstanding Student Award of 2019 in Iran. 🏆 As a dedicated scholar, Dr. Barani furthered his expertise as a Ph.D. guest researcher at Utrecht University, Netherlands, from April to December 2019. His commitment to advancing medical science is reflected in his role at the forefront of the Medical Mycology and Bacteriology Research Center🏥. Beyond borders, Dr. Barani’s intellectual pursuits and global collaborations are evident through his multiple email addresses, including mahhmoodbarani7@gmail.com and m.barani@uu.nl. His contact numbers, +989158564209 and +983433257665, symbolize the interconnectedness of his academic and research endeavors 📞 . Dr. Barani, at 31 years old, continues to inspire as a trailblazer in the field of medical nanotechnology, leaving an indelible mark on the global scientific community. 🚀

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🎓 Dr. Mahmood Barani’s academic journey is marked by exceptional dedication and scholarly achievements. He earned his Ph.D. in Nano Chemistry from Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran, spanning from 2015 to 2020, with an outstanding GPA of 4.67. 🏆 During this period, he showcased his commitment to advancing scientific knowledge, laying the foundation for his impactful contributions to the field.

🔬 Prior to his doctoral pursuits, Dr. Barani pursued a Master’s degree in Nano Chemistry at Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, from 2013 to 2015, securing an impressive GPA of 4.47. 🌌 His master’s studies provided a stepping stone for his subsequent Ph.D. endeavors, showcasing a continuous trajectory of academic excellence.

📚 Dr. Barani commenced his academic journey with a Bachelor’s degree in Pure Chemistry from Zabol University, Iran, from 2010 to 2013, where he achieved a commendable GPA of 4.09. 🎉 This foundational education laid the groundwork for his subsequent specialization in nanochemistry, guiding him toward becoming a prominent figure in the global scientific community. 🚀

Working and Teaching

🔬 Dr. Mahmood Barani’s versatile expertise extends beyond the realms of academia, showcasing a multifaceted skill set in laboratory management and translation. As an 🌐 expert translator at FaraTarjome Institute in Iran since 2014, he has facilitated effective communication in English, bridging linguistic gaps. In the realm of scientific exploration, Dr. Barani served as a 🧪 lab-technician for various sophisticated instruments, including GC, GC/Mass, HPLC, DLS, FTIR, AAS, and ICP-OES, at the Central Laboratory of Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman from 2016 to 2019. His mastery over these cutting-edge technologies contributed to the advancement of research in analytical chemistry. Assuming leadership roles, Dr. Barani took on the responsibilities of Head of Office Labs and Expert Laboratory in Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, elevating the standards of laboratory practices. His dedication to quality control was evident in his role as a 🛢️ Quality Control Inspector in the polyethylene industry at Shahrak Khazra, Kerman, from 2015 to 2019. Dr. Barani’s proficiency both in translation and laboratory operations underscores his commitment to excellence across diverse professional domains.

Honors and Awards

🏆 Dr. Mahmood Barani’s illustrious academic journey is adorned with accolades and recognitions that underscore his exceptional talent and commitment to excellence. In the 27th Outstanding Student Award of 2019, he earned the esteemed title of The Best Talent Student in the entire country of Iran, a testament to his outstanding contributions to academia. 🌟

🥇 His prowess extends beyond academic achievements, as evidenced by his remarkable triumphs in national competitions. Dr. Barani secured the top spot in the sixth National Nano Competition in Iran in 2018, showcasing his unparalleled expertise in the field of nanochemistry. 🌐

🏅 Additionally, he demonstrated his excellence in the 9th National Movement Festival in Iran in 2017, where he not only participated but emerged as the undisputed 1st rank holder. Dr. Barani’s multifaceted accomplishments solidify his position as a dynamic and outstanding individual in both academic and extracurricular realms. 🌈

Publications Top Notes

    1. Barani M, Nematollahi H, Mirzaei M, Torkzadeh–Mahani M, Pardakhti A. Synthesis and Characterization of Best Niosome for Gene and Drug Delivery.
      • Conference: Chemical Biotechnology (16NIGEB)
      • Year: June 2016
      • Location: Tehran, Iran
    2. Barani M, Nematollahi H, Mirzaei M, Torkzadeh–Mahani M, Pardakhti A. Preparation of Niosome and its Application in Cellular Uptake in HeLa Cell Line.
      • Conference: Chemical Biotechnology (16NIGEB)
      • Year: June 2016
      • Location: Tehran, Iran
    3. Barani M, Nematollahi H, Mirzaei M, Torkzadeh–Mahani M, Pardakhti A. Preparation of Magnetic Niosomes for Gene Delivery Applications.
      • Conference: Chemical Biotechnology (16NIGEB)
      • Year: June 2016
      • Location: Tehran, Iran
    4. Davarpanah F, M, Barani, Mirzaei M, Torkzadeh–Mahani M. Evaluation of cytotoxicity of PEGylated Niosomes on MCF-7 Cell line.
      • Conference: 6th International Congress on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (16ICNN)
      • Year: September 2016
      • Location: Tehran, Iran
    5. Davarpanah F, M, Barani, Mirzaei M, Torkzadeh–Mahani M. Novel PEG-coated Niosomes Containing Magnetic Nanoparticles for Anticancer Therapy.
      • Conference: 6th International Congress on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (16ICNN)
      • Year: September 2016
      • Location: Tehran, Iran
    6. Barani M, Mirzaei M, Torkzadeh–Mahani M. Synthesis of Niosomes Containing Fe3O4 nanoparticle and Plasmid for Gene Delivery to HEK-293 Cell Line.
      • Conference: 6th International Congress on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (16ICNN)
      • Year: September 2016
      • Location: Tehran, Iran
    7. Barani M. Synthesis of Niosome Nanocarrier for Kermani black Cumin Extract and Evaluation its Anticancer Effect (NCWNN) (Oral).
      • Year: 2017
      • Location: Kerman, Iran
    8. Barani M. Synthesis of Hydrophobin-coated Niosome for Stealth Delivery of Anticancer Drugs.
      • Conference: 1129-ISOC26 (R2)
      • Year: 2018
      • Location: Zabol, Iran
    9. Barani M. SMALP User Meeting 2019.
      • Year: April 26, 2019
      • Location: Utrecht, the Netherlands
    10. Barani M, Nematollahi H, Mirzaei M, Torkzadeh–Mahani M. Evaluation of Cisplatin-loaded Niosomes and Quantum Dots for Cancer Treatment and Imaging applications.
      • Conference: 8th International Congress on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICNN2021)
      • Year: February 2021
      • Location: Tehran, Iran
    11. Barani M. Synthesis of Fe3O4/CNT photocatalyst for degradation of prednisolone in aqueous media: Offering a degradation model and optimization using response surface methodology (RSM).
      • Conference: 2nd International Conference of Bioscience
      • Year: July 2022
      • Location: Tehran, Iran

Mohammad Fararouei | Epidemiology | Editorial Board Member

Prof. Mohammad Fararouei | Epidemiology | Editorial Board Member

Researcher and lecturer, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Iran

Mohammad Fararouei is a distinguished Professor in Epidemiology and a dedicated researcher and lecturer at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences in Iran. He embarked on his academic journey from 1983 to 1986, obtaining an AS in Public Health from Isfahan University. 🎓 With a passion for advancing public health, Fararouei has been an integral part of the academic community at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, where he has served as the Dean of the School of Health from 2018 to 2022. 👨‍🏫 In addition to his administrative role, he continues to contribute to the education sector as an academic lecturer at the Health School of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences. 📚 Fararouei’s commitment to epidemiology and public health is evident in both his research endeavors and his leadership within the academic realm. 🌐💡

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Mohammad Fararouei’s educational journey reflects a profound commitment to the field of public health and epidemiology. 🎓 He commenced his academic pursuit from 1983 to 1986, obtaining an AS in Public Health from Isfahan University. Continuing his dedication, he earned a BS in Public Health from Shahid Beheshti University in 1990, further solidifying his expertise in the domain. Fararouei’s academic odyssey progressed with an MSc in Epidemiology from Shiraz University between 1991 and 1995, enhancing his knowledge and skills in the critical field of epidemiological research. 📊

Undoubtedly driven by a thirst for knowledge, Fararouei pursued his highest academic achievement, earning a PhD in Epidemiology from Imperial College London from 2003 to 2008. 🌍🔬 This international exposure undoubtedly enriched his perspectives and contributed to his exceptional standing in the academic and research communities. Today, as a distinguished Professor in Epidemiology at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, he continues to embody the spirit of academic excellence and a passion for advancing public health. 🌱💡

Academic Appointment

Mohammad Fararouei’s career has been a dynamic blend of impactful roles in public health and academia. 🌐👨‍⚕️ Serving as the CEO of Jahrom county Health Center (1990-1992) and later as the Chief Epidemiologist in Fars province (1993-1997) under the Iranian Ministry of Health, he showcased early leadership in health administration, contributing significantly to public health initiatives. 🏥📊 Transitioning into academia, Fararouei became an academic lecturer at the Health School of Yasuj University of Medical Sciences (1997-2013), bringing practical knowledge to the next generation. 👨‍🎓 His commitment to academic excellence continued as Deputy of Academic and Educational Affairs (2014-2018). From 2018 to 2022, he held the prestigious position of Dean of the School of Health at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, seamlessly balancing administrative and academic responsibilities. 🎓💼 Fararouei’s diverse journey highlights his dedication to both public health administration and the education of future healthcare professionals. 👨‍🏫

Publications Top Notes

  1. “Guidance to Communicable Disease Control”
    • Authors: A. Karimi, M. Fararouei, A. Gharechahi, M. Yaghoot, A. Alborzi
    • Year: 1995
    • Published by: Shiraz University Division of Health Education (Farsi)
  2. “Immunization Policy”
    • Author: M. Fararouei
    • Year: 1996
    • Published by: Ministry of Health (Translated from English to Farsi)
  3. “Bias in Case-Control Studies”
    • Authors: M. Fararouei, M. Sharifi
    • Year: 2019
    • Language: Farsi
  4. “Prevention and Control of Acute Respiratory Infections in Schools: COVID-19 Epidemic”
    • Authors: Kaveh. MH, Fararouei, M; Jahanghiri, M; et al.
    • Year: 2020
  5. “Now and Future with COVID-19”
    • Authors: Fararouei, M; Khani, A; et al.
    • Year: 2021

 

Viacheslav Wolfengagen | Cognive Modeling | Best Paper Award

Prof. Viacheslav Wolfengagen | Cognive Modeling | Best Paper Award

👨‍🏫 Prof. Viacheslav Wolfengagen is a distinguished figure in the realm of computer science and theoretical mathematics. Since earning his Doctor of Technical Science degree in 1990 from Moscow Engineering Physics Institute, he has been a trailblazer in academia. Currently a full professor at NRNU MEPhI and MIPT, he has also been the Head of ACS&IT Dept. at Institute JurInfoR-MSU since 1993. 📚 With a rich academic background, he has authored several influential books, including “Logic: Techniques of Reasoning” and “Combinatory Logic in Programming.” 🌐 Prof. Wolfengagen’s expertise spans data models, database design, software development, object-oriented programming, and computation theory. As a project manager, he led initiatives like LAMBDA and COOAM, contributing significantly to the field. 🏆 His commitment to advancing knowledge is evident through his role in international workshops and conferences. With a career spanning decades, Prof. Wolfengagen continues to inspire and shape the landscape of computer science(Cognive Modeling).

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🎓 Viacheslav Wolfengagen, an eminent figure in computer science, earned his Candidate of Technical Science degree in 1977 and later secured his prestigious Doctor of Technical Science degree in 1990 from Moscow Engineering Physics Institute. 🏫 With a career marked by academic excellence, he has become a leading authority in theoretical computer science. 🌐 His educational journey laid the foundation for his impactful contributions to the field, showcasing a lifelong dedication to knowledge and innovation. 🚀 Prof. Wolfengagen’s academic achievements underscore his significant role in shaping the landscape of computer science and inspiring future generations.(Cognive Modeling)

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👨‍🏫 Prof. Viacheslav Wolfengagen, a luminary in theoretical computer science and discrete mathematics, holds the distinguished position of full professor at NRNU MEPhI and MIPT. 🌐 Since 1994, he has been at the forefront of computer education as the head of the Department of Advanced Computer Studies and Information Technologies at the Institute for Contemporary Education “JurInfoR-MGU” in Moscow. 🚀 His leadership extends beyond academia, where he chaired International Workshops and served on steering committees, leaving an indelible mark on global conferences such as ADBIS and VLDB’2003. Prof. Wolfengagen continues to shape the future of computer science.(Cognive Modeling)

📚 Prof. Viacheslav Wolfengagen, a prolific author and researcher, has left an indelible mark on the field of computer science with his influential books, including “Logic: Techniques of Reasoning” and “Combinatory Logic in Programming.” 🖥️ His extensive expertise spans data models, database design, software development, and object-oriented programming. 🌐 As a project manager, he spearheaded impactful initiatives like LAMBDA and COOAM, contributing significantly to computational theory. 🚀 Prof. Wolfengagen’s commitment to advancing knowledge is evident through his research endeavors and leadership in projects shaping the future of applicative computational systems. His books serve as valuable resources, guiding enthusiasts and professionals alike.(Cognive Modeling)

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  • “Computationally Inspired Cognitive Modeling” 🧠
    • 👩‍🔬 Authors: V. Wolfengagen, L. Ismailova, S. Kosikov
    • 📅 Year: 2024
    • 📖 Journal: Cognitive Systems Research, 83, 101175
    • 📚 Citations: 2
  • “The Applicative Approach to the Synthesis of a Data Structure with the Given Combinatory Characteristic” 🔄
    • 👩‍🔬 Authors: L. Ismailova, V. Wolfengagen, S. Kosikov, S.I. Andronov
    • 📅 Year: 2023
    • 📖 Journal: Cognitive Systems Research, 77, pp. 88–93
    • 📚 Citations: 3
  • “Lambda-Calculus, Combinators and Applicative Computational Technologies” 🤖
    • 👩‍🔬 Authors: L. Ismailova, V. Wolfengagen, S. Kosikov
    • 📅 Year: 2022
    • 📖 Journal: Cognitive Systems Research, 76, pp. 93–100
    • 📚 Citations: 3
  • “Conceptual Hanger for Displaced Concepts: A Framework for Information Processes Variability” 🔄
    • 👩‍🔬 Authors: L. Ismailova, V. Wolfengagen, S. Kosikov
    • 📅 Year: 2022
    • 📖 Conference: Procedia Computer Science, 213(C), pp. 588–595
    • 📚 Citations: 3
  • “Elements of Semantic Analysis Based on Lambda-Calculus” 📊
    • 👩‍🔬 Authors: L. Ismailova, V. Wolfengagen, S. Kosikov
    • 📅 Year: 2022
    • 📖 Conference: Procedia Computer Science, 213(C), pp. 471–476
    • 📚 Citations: 2
  • “A Prototype System for Supporting a Network of Information Graphs with the Ability to Assess the Nature of the Subject’s Knowledge” 🌐
    • 👩‍🔬 Authors: L. Ismailova, V. Wolfengagen, S. Kosikov
    • 📅 Year: 2022
    • 📖 Conference: Procedia Computer Science, 213(C), pp. 16–20
    • 📚 Citations: 2
  • “Constructing Generator of Words of Context-Sensitive Language on Example of Typed λ-Calculus” 📝
    • 👩‍🔬 Authors: I.O. Slieptsov, V.E. Wolfengagen, S.V. Kosikov
    • 📅 Year: 2022
    • 📖 Conference: Procedia Computer Science, 213(C), pp. 556–562
    • 📚 Citations: 1
  • “Applicative Approach to Construe a Computational Model of Concepts and Individuals” 🤖
    • 👩‍🔬 Authors: L. Ismailova, V. Wolfengagen, S. Kosikov
    • 📅 Year: 2022
    • 📖 Conference: Procedia Computer Science, 213(C), pp. 463–470
    • 📚 Citations: 2

 

 

 

 

 

Büşra Yılmaz Tuğan | Medicine | Best Researcher Award

Büşra Yılmaz Tuğan | Medicine | Best Researcher Award

👩‍⚕️ Büşra Yılmaz Tuğan, a distinguished figure in the field of medicine, has left an indelible mark on her educational journey and professional career. From securing the first place at Izmit 50th Year Cumhuriyet Primary School to earning the top spot at Izmit High School and Marmara University Faculty of Medicine, her academic prowess is evident. 🏆 Graduating as a Medical Doctor with honors, she continued her journey at Kocaeli University Faculty of Medicine, specializing in Ophthalmology. 🌟 Her impactful research, “Effect of Intravitreal Dexamethasone (Ozurdex) Implantation on Vessel Diameters in Patients with Retinal Vein Occlusion,” conducted under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Levent KARABAŞ, showcases her commitment to advancing medical knowledge. 🎓💡 With a wealth of experience as a Specialist Doctor at various hospitals, Büşra currently serves as a Lecturer at Kocaeli University Faculty of Medicine, continuing to inspire and contribute to the field of Ophthalmology. 👁️🌐

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🏫👩‍⚕️ Dr. Büşra Yılmaz Tuğan, a shining academic achiever, commenced her educational journey by clinching the top spot at Izmit 50th Year Cumhuriyet Primary School and Izmit High School. 🥇 Her academic brilliance continued at Marmara University Faculty of Medicine, where she graduated as a Medical Doctor, securing the first place in her faculty. 🎓💉 Specializing in Ophthalmology at Kocaeli University Faculty of Medicine from 2012 to 2017, she further solidified her commitment to excellence. Today, as a Lecturer at Kocaeli University, she continues to inspire in the field of Ophthalmology, embodying a remarkable educational and professional trajectory. 👁️🌟

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👩‍⚕️ Dr. Büşra Yılmaz Tuğan, a dedicated Ophthalmologist, has woven a remarkable journey in the field of medicine. 🏥 Serving as an Assistant Doctor at Kocaeli University Faculty of Medicine from 2012 to 2017, she then brought her expertise to Ağrı Patnos State Hospital and later Izmit Seka State Hospital as a Specialist Doctor. 🌟 Her commitment to advancing knowledge is evident through her specialization thesis on the “Effect of Intravitreal Dexamethasone Implantation on Vessel Diameters in Patients with Retinal Vein Occlusion,” under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Levent KARABAŞ. 🎓💡 Now, as a Lecturer back at Kocaeli University, she continues to contribute significantly to the world of Ophthalmology. 👁️🌐

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🏆 Dr. Büşra Yılmaz Tuğan, an accomplished Ophthalmologist, has garnered prestigious accolades for her impactful research. 🌐 In 2021, she received the ‘Best Research Award’ at the International Research Awards on Oncology and Cancer Research for her paper on recurrent episodes with serous retinal detachment and anterior uveitis in a patient using Nivolumab therapy. 🎗️ In 2022, she clinched the ‘Best Researcher Award’ at the International Research Award on Science, Health, and Engineering for her study on the effect of Radiologically Isolated Syndrome on retinal and choroidal hemodynamics. 🌟 Dr. Tuğan’s commitment to advancing medical knowledge shines through her recognized contributions. 👁️🔬

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  • Late in-the-bag spontaneous IOL dislocation: risk factors and surgical outcomes
    • Authors: S Subasi, N Yuksel, VL Karabas, BY Tugan
    • Year: 2019
    • Citation: 31
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  • Digital eye strain and its associated factors in children during the COVID-19 pandemic
    • Authors: B Demirayak, BY Tugan, M Toprak, R Çinik
    • Year: 2022
    • Citation: 22
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  • In vivo confocal microscopy analysis of the corneal layers in adenoviral epidemic keratoconjunctivitis
    • Authors: S Subaşı, N Yüksel, M Toprak, BY Tuğan
    • Year: 2018
    • Citation: 10
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  • Evaluation of Meibomian Gland Loss and Ocular Surface Changes in Patients with Mild and Moderate-to-Severe Graves’ Ophthalmopathy: Meibomian gland loss in Graves’ Ophthalmopathy
    • Authors: B Yılmaz Tuğan, B Özkan
    • Year: 2022
    • Citation: 9
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  • A Retrospective Analysis of Safety and Efficacy of XEN 45 Microstent Combined Cataract Surgery in Open-Angle Glaucoma over 24 Months
    • Authors: S Subaşı, N Yüksel, F Özer, BY Tugan, D Pirhan
    • Year: 2021
    • Citation: 8
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  • Recurrent episodes with serous retinal detachment and anterior uveitis in a patient using nivolumab (anti-PD-1 antibody) therapy: a case report and literature review
    • Authors: B Yilmaz Tugan, B Ozkan, O Sonmez
    • Year: 2021
    • Citation: 6
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  • Optical coherence tomography angiography of subclinical ocular features in pediatric Behçet disease
    • Authors: BY Tuğan, HE Sönmez
    • Year: 2022
    • Citation: 5
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  • Comparison of long-term results of trabeculectomy and phacotrabeculectomy in patients with pseudoexfoliation glaucoma and primary open-angle glaucoma: a single-center study
    • Authors: B Yilmaz Tugan, N Yuksel, E Kesim, S Subasi
    • Year: 2022
    • Citation: 4
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  • Ahmed glaucoma valve implantation for secondary glaucoma post-vitrectomy
    • Authors: S Subasi, N Yuksel, VL Karabas, B Yilmaz Tugan, E Basaran
    • Year: 2022
    • Citation: 4
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  • Correlation of Visual Recovery and Increased Ellipsoid Zone Reflectivity After Successful Macular Hole Surgery
    • Authors: BY Tuğan, L Karabaş, F Yenihayat, S Subaşı, E Kesim, B Özkan
    • Year: 2020
    • Citation: 4
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Emmanuel Drouin | Phantom limb phenomenon | Best Researcher Award

Assist Prof Dr. Emmanuel Drouin | Phantom limb phenomenon | Best Researcher Award

👨‍🏫 Dr. Emmanuel Drouin, an esteemed figure in the field, currently serves as a Lecturer in the History of Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine of the Catholic University of Lille since September 2021. 🏥 His diverse professional journey includes being the Director General of the Maternity of the Holy Family in Bethlehem, overseeing a Level III maternity with 5000 annual deliveries. 🤰 Prior to this, he played a pivotal role in healthcare administration, notably as the Departmental Delegate in the Regional Health Agency from 2016 to 2018, shaping health policies and leading initiatives. 🌐 Dr. Drouin’s extensive experience encompasses roles in hospital efficiency, cancer research management, and leadership at the National Veterinary and Agri-Food School. 🏆💡

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👨‍⚕️ Dr. Emmanuel Drouin is a seasoned professional with a diverse career spanning leadership roles in healthcare and academia. Currently a Lecturer in the History of Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine of the Catholic University of Lille since September 2021, he previously held the position of Director General of the Maternity of the Holy Family in Bethlehem, overseeing 5000 annual deliveries.

His extensive background includes serving as a Departmental Delegate in the Regional Health Agency, shaping health policies and negotiating CH CREFs. Dr. Drouin’s impactful journey also includes roles as Deputy to the Director General at the National Veterinary and Agri-Food School, Secretary General of the GIP Cancéropôle Grand Ouest, and Director of Efficiency for hospital organizations.

In addition, he has a rich history in clinical and research settings, serving as a Laboratory Director at Laennec TEK and as the General Director of the Notre Dame de Grâces Clinic in Nantes. His post-doctorate involved clinical research in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, contributing to national clinical research hospital projects.

Throughout, Dr. Drouin has showcased leadership, financial acumen, and dedication to advancing medical knowledge. 🏥👨‍🔬💡

Awards and Recognition:

🌟 Dr. Emmanuel Drouin, a distinguished individual, has not only excelled in the medical field but also achieved remarkable feats outside academia. 🏆 He was honored with a doctoral scholarship from the Departmental Council of Loire Atlantique in 1991, showcasing early recognition of his academic prowess. 🎓

In collaboration with Nobel Prize winner Professor Jean Marie LEHN, he co-won the 6th National Competition for innovative technology companies, securing a substantial prize of 450,000 euros. 🚀 This success led to the creation of a groundbreaking startup, demonstrating Dr. Drouin’s entrepreneurial spirit.

His accomplishments extend to being a Laureate of the National Academy of Medicine in 2013, a testament to his significant contributions to the medical field. 🏥

Beyond his professional achievements, Dr. Drouin actively contributes to various medical societies, serving as a Member of the Board of Directors for the French Society for the History of Medicine, the French Society of Disaster Medicine, and the Medical Psychological Society. 🤝🌐

His multifaceted engagement reflects a commitment not only to medical excellence but also to the broader societal impact of healthcare and research. 👨‍⚕️✨

Publication:

  • “An Old but Still Relevant Question: Why Are Specific Muscles More Involved in Some Myopathies?”
    • Year: 2023
    • Authors: Drouin, E., Magot, A., Péréon, Y.
    • Journal: Revue Neurologique
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  • “The Microglial Hypothesis of Multiple Sclerosis”
    • Year: 2023
    • Authors: Hautecoeur, P., Kwiatkowski, A., Drouin, E.
    • Journal: The Lancet Neurology
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  • “Sigmund Freud’s Shift”
    • Year: 2023
    • Authors: Drouin, E., Hendrickx, M., Hautecoeur, P.
    • Journal: The Lancet Neurology
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  • “Dührssen’s Cervical Incision: An Old Story”
    • Year: 2023
    • Authors: Drouin, E., Classe, J.-M., Descamps, P.
    • Journal: European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Biology
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  • “On a Case of Demonic Possession by Jean Lhermitte | Sur un Cas de Possession Démoniaque par Jean Lhermitte”
    • Year: 2023
    • Authors: Drouin, E., Hautecoeur, P.
    • Journal: Annales Medico-Psychologiques
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  • “125 Years of the Wertheim Operation. What Next?”
    • Year: 2023
    • Authors: Drouin, E., Classe, J.-M., Hautecoeur, P.
    • Journal: Journal of Medicine and Life
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  • “Voices from the Past: The Pioneering Use of the Phonograph in Neurology”
    • Year: 2023
    • Authors: Brigo, F., Lorusso, L., Walusinski, O., Drouin, E.
    • Journal: Revue Neurologique
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  • “Pr Jean Delay’s Triptych | Le Triptyque du Pr Jean Delay”
    • Year: 2023
    • Authors: Drouin, E., Hautecoeur, P.
    • Journal: Annales Medico-Psychologiques
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  • “What You Feel Is Not Always What You’ve Got. Jean Lhermitte (1877–1959) and the Phantom Limb Phenomenon”
    • Year: 2023 (Article in Press)
    • Authors: Drouin, E., Tatu, L., Hautecoeur, P.
    • Journal: Revue Neurologique
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  • “Empathy in Medicine: A Ritualistic Healing Function? | L’empathie en Médecine: Une Fonction Rituelle de Guérison?”
    • Year: 2023 (Article in Press)
    • Authors: Hendrickx, M., Hautecoeur, P., Drouin, E.
    • Journal: Encephale
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Farideh Iravanpour | Therapeutic methods | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Farideh Iravanpour | Therapeutic methods | Best Researcher Award

Research Assistant, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Iran

Farideh Iravanpour 🌟, a distinguished female researcher, was born on January 7, 1985, in Boushehr, Iran. With a dynamic academic journey, she earned her Ph.D. in Neuroscience 🧠, marking the beginning of her impactful contributions to the field. Currently holding the position of Research Assistant since January 2021, Farideh is affiliated with the Neuroscience Research Center at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran.

Her professional address at the Neuroscience Research Center, Chamran Hospital, Chamran Boulevard, Shiraz, reflects her commitment to advancing neuroscience research. Farideh can be reached via telephone at +9871-36234508 ☎️, and her additional contact details include a fax number at the same address and a mobile phone number at +98 9177033933 📱. For electronic correspondence, she can be contacted via email at Faridehiravanpour@yahoo.com 📧.

Education

Dr. Farideh Iravanpour 🌟 is a distinguished researcher with an exceptional academic journey. She earned her Ph.D. in Neuroscience 🧠 from Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences (SBMU), Tehran, Iran, graduating with a remarkable CGPA of 18.37/20 and securing the top rank in her class from 2015 to 2021. Prior to her doctoral studies, she completed her M.Sc. in Medical Physiology 🩸 at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences (SUMS) with a CGPA of 17.30/20 from 2010 to 2014. Her academic foundation was laid during her B.Sc. in Cellular & Molecular Biology 🧬 at Azarbaijan Shahid Madani University, Tabriz, Iran, from 2006 to 2010. 🎓

Current Appointments

Since January 2021, Farideh Iravanpour has held the role of Research Assistant at the Neuroscience Research Center, situated within the prestigious Shiraz University of Medical Sciences in Shiraz, Iran. 🧠 This position reflects her active involvement in cutting-edge research within the field of neuroscience, contributing to the center’s mission of advancing knowledge and understanding in this dynamic domain. As a Research Assistant, Farideh brings her expertise and dedication to the exploration of intricate aspects of the nervous system, embodying a commitment to pushing the boundaries of scientific inquiry. Her role signifies not only her professional engagement but also her passion for unraveling the mysteries of the brain. 👩‍🔬✨

 

Research Interests

Dr. Farideh Iravanpour specializes in the dynamic and intricate field of Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 🧠🔬, where her research delves into the complexities of cellular processes in the nervous system. Her focus extends to the realm of Neurodegenerative diseases, exploring innovative approaches to understanding and mitigating the impact of these conditions on the brain. Engaging in Translational Neuroscience, Dr. Iravanpour seeks to bridge the gap between laboratory discoveries and clinical applications, aiming to translate scientific insights into effective therapeutic strategies.

Her work includes investigating Mitotherapy and Mitochondrial Transplantation 🔄, exploring novel avenues for addressing mitochondrial dysfunction and its implications in various health conditions. Additionally, Dr. Iravanpour is actively involved in advancing Stem Cell Therapy 🌱, contributing to the exploration of regenerative approaches for neurological disorders. Through her diverse research interests, she stands at the forefront of cutting-edge neuroscience, aiming to make impactful contributions to the field. 🌐✨

Publications Top Notes

  1. Wu, D., Jin, Y., Xing, Y., Abate, M. D., Abbasian, M., Abbasi-Kangevari, M., … Iravanpour, F., … Tam, L.-s. (2023).
    • Title: Global, regional, and national incidence of six major immune-mediated inflammatory diseases: findings from the global burden of disease study 2019.
    • Journal: eClinicalMedicine.
    • Volume: 64.
    • DOI: 10.1016/j.eclinm.2023.102193.
  2. Firouzan, B., Iravanpour, F., Abbaszadeh, F., Akparov, V., Zaringhalam, J., Ghasemi, R., & Maghsoudi, N. (2023).
    • Title: Dipeptide mimetic of BDNF ameliorates motor dysfunction and striatal apoptosis in 6-OHDA-induced Parkinson’s rat model: Considering Akt and MAPKs signaling.
    • Journal: Behavioural Brain Research.
    • Volume: 452.
    • DOI: 10.1016/j.bbr.2023.114585.
  3. Jamali, E., Shapoori, S., Farrokhi, M. R., Vakili, S., Rostamzadeh, D., Iravanpour, F., … Jafarinia, M. (2023).
    • Title: Effect of Disease-Modifying Therapies on COVID-19 Vaccination Efficacy in Multiple Sclerosis Patients: A Comprehensive Review.
    • Journal: Viral Immunology.
    • Volume: 36(6).
    • Pages: 368-377.
    • DOI: 10.1089/vim.2023.0035.
  4. Moradi, S., Parsaei, A., Saeedi Moghaddam, S., Aryannejad, A., Azadnajafabad, S., Rezaei, N., … Iravanpour, F., … Farzadfar, P. F. (2023).
    • Title: Metabolic risk factors attributed burden in Iran at national and subnational levels, 1990 to 2019.
    • Journal: Frontiers in Public Health.
    • Volume: 11.
  5. Farrokhi, M. R., Iravanpour, F. (2023).*
    • Title: Development of Acute Transverse Myelitis following COVID-19 Infection: A Review on the Potential Pathways.
    • Journal: European Neurology.
    • Volume: 86(3).
    • Pages: 209-216.
    • DOI: 10.1159/000529927.
  6. Zalpoor, H., Akbari, A., Nabi-Afjadi, M., Forghaniesfidvajani, R., Tavakol, C., Barzegar, Z., Iravanpour, F., … Farrokhi, M. R. (2022).
    • Title: Hypoxia‐inducible factor 1 alpha (HIF‐1α) stimulated and P2X7 receptor activated by COVID-19, as a potential therapeutic target and risk factor for epilepsy.
    • Journal: Human Cell.
    • Volume: 35(5).
    • Pages: 1338-1345.
    • DOI: 10.1007/s13577-022-00747-9.
  7. Iravanpour, F., Dargahi, L., Rezaei, M., Haghani, M., Heidari, R., Valian, N., & Ahmadiani, A. (2021).
    • Title: Intranasal insulin improves mitochondrial function and attenuates motor deficits in a rat 6-OHDA model of Parkinson’s disease.
    • Journal: CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics.
    • Volume: 27(3).
    • Pages: 308-319.
    • DOI: 10.1111/cns.13609.
  8. Keshtgar, S., Iravanpour, F., Gharesi-Fard, B., & Kazerooni, M. (2016).
    • Title: Combined Effect of Trolox and EDTA on Frozen-Thawed Sperm Quality.
    • Journal: Iran J Med Sci.
    • Volume: 41(3).
    • Pages: 230-237.

Mr Fangbin Hao | Moyamoya disease | Best Researcher Award

Mr Fangbin Hao | Moyamoya disease | Best Researcher Award

Attending doctor, Department of Neurosurgery, Chinese PLA General Hospital, China

Dr. Fangbin Hao 👨‍⚕️ is a seasoned and accomplished medical professional specializing in Neurosurgery, with a keen focus on Moyamoya disease. Currently serving as an Attending Doctor in the Department of Neurosurgery at the esteemed Chinese PLA General Hospital, Dr. Hao boasts over 11 years of dedicated contributions to the field.

With a Medical Doctor qualification, he has channeled his expertise towards advancing the understanding and treatment of neurological disorders, placing special emphasis on Moyamoya disease—a condition affecting the brain’s blood vessels.

Dr. Hao embarked on his career journey in 2019 at the Chinese PLA General Hospital, where he has played a pivotal role in delivering exceptional healthcare and making significant contributions to Neurosurgery research. His unwavering commitment to patient care and research is palpable through his continuous efforts to stay at the forefront of medical advancements.

For any professional inquiries or consultations, feel free to reach out to Dr. Fangbin Hao at 📞 15313508553 or ✉️ 632072284@qq.com.

Experience

Dr. Fangbin Hao stands out as a highly skilled neurosurgeon with a distinct focus on Moyamoya disease. In his role as an Attending Neurosurgeon, Dr. Hao has made noteworthy contributions to the field, evident in the publication of 18 SCI-indexed papers. His research primarily explores surgical outcomes, risk factors, and diagnostic advancements related to Moyamoya disease, with a special emphasis on the application of high-resolution MRI technology.

Dr. Hao’s commitment to Moyamoya disease research is exemplary, reflecting a dedication to both clinical practice and academic excellence. Through his extensive body of work, he not only enhances our understanding of the disease but also contributes valuable insights that have a lasting impact on the broader field of neurosurgery.

Contribution

Throughout my professional journey, my commitment to research, innovation, and knowledge extension has been central to my contributions. Specializing in Moyamoya disease, 🧠 my work encompasses 18 SCI-indexed publications, delving into various aspects such as long-term outcomes, collateral circulation, risk factors, and diagnostic advancements using high-resolution MRI. 📊

Beyond publications, I actively engage in collaborative initiatives nationally and internationally, fostering joint projects and contributing to the organization of research conferences and workshops. 🌐 My involvement in consultancy and industry-sponsored projects reflects my dedication to translating research into practical applications, aiming to advance clinical practices and patient care. 💡

My multifaceted approach to Moyamoya disease research reflects a commitment to impactful contributions within neurosurgery. As I navigate the realms of research and development, my goal is to bridge academia and practical applications, promoting continuous innovation and meaningful contributions to the scientific community at large. 🚀

Research Focus

The research conducted by Dr. Hao and his team focuses on the high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) vessel wall enhancement in Moyamoya disease, a rare cerebrovascular disorder. 🧠 Their study explores risk factors and clinical outcomes associated with this enhancement, providing valuable insights into the diagnosis and prognosis of Moyamoya disease.

In parallel investigations, the team delves into proteomic and metabolomic characterizations of Moyamoya disease patient sera, offering a comprehensive understanding of the biochemical aspects of the condition. 🧪 Additionally, their work evaluates the diagnostic performance of high-resolution magnetic resonance-vessel wall imaging in differentiating atherosclerosis-associated Moyamoya vasculopathy from Moyamoya disease.

Publications Top notes

  1. High-resolution MRI vessel wall enhancement in moyamoya disease: risk factors and clinical outcomes”
    • Authors: Hao, F., Han, C., Lu, M., … Cai, J., Duan, L.
    • Journal: European Radiology (2024)
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  2. “Proteomic and metabolomic characterizations of moyamoya disease patient sera”
    • Authors: Guo, Q., Wang, Q.-N., Li, J., … Bao, X., Duan, L.
    • Journal: Brain and Behavior (2023, 13(12), e3328)
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  3. “The diagnostic performance of high-resolution magnetic resonance-vessel wall imaging in differentiating atherosclerosis-associated moyamoya vasculopathy from moyamoya disease”
    • Authors: Liu, S., Lu, M., Gao, X., … Zhang, H., Cai, J.
    • Journal: European Radiology (2023, 33(10), pp. 6918–6926)
    • Citations: 3
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  4. “Surgical outcomes following encephaloduroarteriosynangiosis in moyamoya disease associated with hyperhomocysteinemia”
    • Authors: Gao, G., Hao, F.-B., Wang, Q.-N., … Han, C., Duan, L.
    • Journal: Brain and Behavior (2023, 13(8), e3093)
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  5. “Long-term outcomes of moyamoya disease versus atherosclerosis-associated moyamoya vasculopathy using high-resolution MR vessel wall imaging”
    • Authors: Lu, M., Zhang, H., Liu, S., … Han, C., Cai, J.
    • Journal: Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry (2023, 94(7), pp. 567–574)
    • Citations: 3
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  6. “Association of cognitive function and hypoperfusion in Moyamoya disease patients without stroke”
    • Authors: Shen, X.-X., Zhang, H.-D., Fu, H.-G., … Duan, L., Han, C.
    • Journal: Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism (2023, 43(4), pp. 542–551)
    • Citations: 1
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  7. “Vessel wall enhancement as a predictor of arterial stenosis progression and poor outcomes in moyamoya disease”
    • Authors: Lu, M., Zhang, H., Liu, D., … Han, C., Cai, J.
    • Journal: European Radiology (2023, 33(4), pp. 2489–2499)
    • Citations: 4
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  8. “Metabolomic analysis of human plasma sample after exposed to high altitude and return to sea level”
    • Authors: Gao, J., Zhao, M., Cheng, X., … Han, C., Zhu, L.
    • Journal: PLoS ONE (2023, 18(3 March), e0282301)
    • Citations: 1
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En-Cheng Yang | Neuroanatomy | Best Researcher Award

Prof Dr. En-Cheng Yang | Neuroanatomy | Best Researcher Award

Professor, Department of Entomology/National Taiwan University, Taiwan

En-Cheng Yang 🧠🐜, a distinguished male neuroscientist born on May 16, 1965, in Taiwan, Republic of China, has dedicated his career to the intricate field of insect neurobiology. Following his intellectual pursuits, Yang earned his Ph.D. in Neuroscience on September 30, 1994. Currently associated with the Lab of Insect Neurobiology in the Department of Entomology at National Taiwan University, his office is situated at No. 1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Rd., Taipei. 🏛️ Yang’s significant contributions to the scientific community are reflected in his comprehensive understanding of insect neurobiology. His expertise is not limited to academia, as evidenced by his active involvement in research and teaching. Those seeking to connect with this distinguished scientist can reach him via telephone at +886 2 33669640, through fax at +886 2 3365-2092, or electronically at ecyang@ntu.edu.tw. En-Cheng Yang’s commitment to advancing the understanding of insect neurobiology has undoubtedly left an indelible mark on the scientific landscape. 🌐🔬

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Education

En-Cheng Yang’s academic journey is marked by significant milestones and international experiences. 🌏 In 1988, he earned his B.Sc. in Entomology from the Department of Entomology at National Chung Hsing University in Taichung, Taiwan. 🎓 Continuing his pursuit of knowledge, he embarked on a Master’s course at the Research School of Biological Sciences, Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, Australia, in 1989-90.

En-Cheng’s academic trajectory took a more specialized turn as he transferred to the Ph.D. program at the Centre for Visual Science, Australian National University, from 1990 to 1994. 🧠 On September 30, 1994, he achieved a significant milestone by obtaining his Ph.D. in Neuroscience, showcasing his dedication to advancing understanding in this intricate field. 🎉 This international academic exposure undoubtedly enriched his perspective and contributed to his distinguished career in insect neurobiology. 🐜📚

Experience

En-Cheng Yang’s illustrious career in academia and leadership roles is a testament to his commitment to education and research. 🌟 From 1999 to 2004, he served as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Entomology at National Chung Hsing University. 🐜 During this period, he laid the foundation for his academic journey, contributing significantly to the field.

His dedication and expertise led to subsequent advancements in his career. From 2005 to 2006, he continued as an Associate Professor in the same department at National Chung Hsing University. 📚 Yang’s influence expanded when he joined the Department of Entomology at National Taiwan University, where he served as an Associate Professor from 2006 to 2010. 🏫

Research Focus

En-Cheng Yang’s prolific research portfolio encompasses a diverse array of topics within entomology, neurobiology, and agricultural science. 🐝 His groundbreaking work includes investigating the impact of imidacloprid contamination on honeybee olfactory behavior, shedding light on crucial ecological dynamics. 🍯🌺 Yang’s contributions extend to the development of web-based agro-ecological monitoring systems, offering innovative solutions for pest control in fruit orchards.

His research spans the realms of insect vision, exploring the diversity of photoreceptors in butterflies and the flash behavior of fireflies in the Alishan area of Taiwan. 🦋🔍 Furthermore, Yang’s work delves into the underwater attachment mechanisms of diving beetles and the intricacies of mosquito vector monitoring systems based on optical wingbeat classification.

 

Publications Top Notes

 

  1. Impaired olfactory associative behavior of honeybee workers due to contamination of imidacloprid in the larval stage.
  2. Application of a web-based remote agro-ecological monitoring system for observing spatial distribution and dynamics of Bactrocera dorsalis in fruit orchards.
  3. The distribution, life cycle, and flash behavior of the firefly Pyrocoelia praetexta Olivier (Coleoptera: Lampyridae) in the Alishan area of Taiwan.
  4. Diversity of photoreceptors and spectral opponency in the compound eye of golden birdwing butterfly, Troides aeacus formosanus.
  5. Toxicity and repellence of Taiwanese indigenous djulis, Chenopodium formosaneum, against Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) and Forcipomyia taiwana (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae).
  6. A high range accuracy and high sensitivity harmonic radar using pulse pseudorandom code for bee searching.
  7. Signal processing for harmonic pulse radar based on spread spectrum Technology.
  8. Underwater attachment using hairs: the functioning of spatula and sucker setae from male diving beetles.
  9. Firefly ling flashing: Oxygen supply mechanism.
  10. A microwave applicator for uniform irradiation by circularly polarized waves in an anechoic chamber.

 

 

 

 

Veronica Bergottini | Bacterial cellulose biomaterials | Best Researcher Award

Veronica Bergottini | Bacterial cellulose biomaterials | Best Researcher Award

Verónica Bergottini, Ph.D., is a distinguished scientist and professor specializing in Biological Sciences. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, in 2015, focusing on the role of native Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) associated with Yerba Mate (Ilex paraguariensis). Her research aimed to assess their potential as bio-inoculants for this vital crop. Earlier, she obtained a B.Sc. in Genetics from the National University of Misiones, Argentina, where her work centered on genetic diversity, molecular taxonomy, and symbiotic efficiency of rhizobia populations.

Currently serving as a Professor-Scientist at the Laboratory of Environmental Biotechnology since April 2018 at Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE), Dr. Bergottini imparts knowledge in General Microbiology, Ecology for Environmental Management, and Biotechnology for Agricultural Management. Her commitment to advancing scientific understanding and education is commendable. 🌿🔬

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Education 📚🌱

Dr. Verónica Bergottini embarked on her academic journey with a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland (Sep. 2013 – May 2015). Her dissertation delved into the intricate task of evaluating the role of native Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) associated with Yerba Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) as bio-inoculants for this crucial crop. Prior to her doctoral studies, she earned a B.Sc. in Genetics from the National University of Misiones, Argentina, focusing on the genetic diversity, molecular taxonomy, and symbiotic efficiency of rhizobia populations that nodulate Lotus tenuis.

Her academic journey began at Hindenburg Schule in Eldorado, Misiones, for Primary and Secondary School education. Dr. Bergottini’s research contributions and dedication to scientific exploration underscore her commitment to advancing our understanding of plant-microbe interactions. 🌍🔬

Experience

Dr. Verónica Bergottini is a distinguished Professor-Scientist at the Laboratory of Environmental Biotechnology, Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE) since April 2018. Her impactful courses include General Microbiology for Biotech and Food Engineers (2018-2022), Ecology for Environmental Management (2018-2022), and Biotechnology for Agricultural Management (2018-2023).

Adding to her academic repertoire, Dr. Bergottini assumed the role of Professor in Biomaterials and Design at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Argentina, starting April 2022. Simultaneously, she has been instrumental in the production of Kombucha and Research + Development in Biomaterials at Karu Fermentos since March 2018.

Her entrepreneurial spirit shone as she served as the Laboratory Responsible at Kwell levaduras from February 2017 to January 2018. Additionally, she contributed as a Doctoral Assistant in Microbiology at the University of Neuchatel, Switzerland, from Sep. 2014 to May 2015. Dr. Bergottini’s diverse roles reflect her dedication to fostering knowledge and innovation. 🌱🔬

Achievements & Recognitions 🏆🌐

Dr. Verónica Bergottini stands as an Ambassador of the PROESUS Program in 2020 and held the esteemed position of National Minister of Environment in 2019, showcasing her dedication to environmental causes.

Her entrepreneurial spirit earned her the prestigious Innovar Award in the Entrepreneur category in 2019. Dr. Bergottini was a Finalist of the WISE Awards (Women in STEM) at IAE in the same year, emphasizing her contributions to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Acknowledged as a Semifinalist of NAVES NACIONAL –IAE 2019 and a Finalist of the Talent Brother Awards in Sustainable Fashion Edition EAMODA 2017, she has consistently demonstrated her commitment to innovation and sustainability.

Dr. Bergottini’s academic prowess is evident through her receipt of an academic prize for her PhD thesis at the Faculty of Sciences, University of Neuchâtel in 2015. Additionally, she was a recipient of the Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships for Foreign Scholars during her research internship from 2011-2013. Earlier, she received scholarships from the Comité Ejecutivo de Desarrollo e Innovación (CEDIT) and the Agencia Nacional de Promoción Científica y Tecnológica for her research endeavors. 🌟🔬

 

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