Marilena Vlachou is an Assistant Professor at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUoA), Greece. After obtaining her Pharmacy degree from NKUoA, she conducted research related to novel Pharmaceutical Technology techniques at the University of Rhode Island, USA, as a Visiting Research Scientist. She then moved back to Greece to pursue PhD studies on Physical Pharmacy/Pharmaceutical Technology. In her capacity as a member of staff of NKUoA, she teaches two undergraduate courses and one postgraduate, all related to the field of Pharmaceutical Technology. She has co-authored the textbook entitled “Pharmaceutical Technology I: Principles of Physical Pharmacy and Nanotechnology”, 2007, Parisianou Editions, Athens-Greece, (ISBN: 978-960-394-487-4), and has presented her research work in more than fifty International and Domestic Scientific Conferences and has published more than thirty five articles in peer-reviewed Journals. She is a member of Greek Pharmaceutical Society, Greek Society of Pharmaceutical Technology and Greek Society of Cosmetology.
Ali Saleh Alkhoshaiban has completed his PhD in 2018 from Universiti Tecknologi Mara (UiTM), Malaysia. He is a clinical pharmacist at Qassim University Medical City and director of the pharmacy department. He has publications that have been cited over many times with high index.
Sofia Konstantinidou, MSc in Clinical Pharmacy (UCL, U.K.) is currently a PhD student at the Medical School, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She is a recipient of an Onassis Foundation scholarship (G ZO 011-1/2018-2019) in Clinical Pharmacology-Oncology. She has participated in various conferences worldwide. She has published five articles in peer reviewed journals and one book chapter.
Biomarkers in non-small-cell lung cancer
Valeria Pittalà has completed her MSc in CTF, PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Catania (Italy), and joined Pharmacia Corporation. There she has worked as Member of Combinatorial Chemistry Group, contributed to the discovery of Danusertib, currently under clinical investigation, being Co-Inventor of Bicyclopyrazoles class. Subsequently, she has returned to the University of Catania as Medicinal Chemistry Professor. She is highly motivated drug discovery Scientist and project Leader with proven leadership capability, interpersonal skill, and independence in achieving given objectives. She has published over 60 patents and peer-reviewed papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an Editorial Board Member of repute.
Cheryl Way has completed his graduation in Pharmacy from Cardiff University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, MSc in Healthcare Management from University of South Wales. Health Foundation Leader for Change. He has received his Certificate in Leadership for Collaboration from Cardiff Metropolitan University. He is a Principal Pharmacist for Cardiff and Vale University Health Board.
Janice Hoffman is an Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona California, USA. She is a Certified Geriatric Pharmacist and a Fellow of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP). She has received her Doctorate (PharmD) from the University of Southern California and completed her Clinical/Administrative Psychiatric Pharmacy Practice with an emphasis in Geriatrics Residency at the University of Maryland at Baltimore. Professionally, she has received accolades as the Commission for Certification in Geriatric Pharmacy (CCGP), Excellence in Geriatric Practice Award recipient. Currently, she practices at Los Angeles Jewish Home geriatric-psychiatric unit.
Mona Philips received her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy Degree in 1987 from Long Island University School of Pharmacy; Brooklyn, New York. She received Master’s in Administrative Science Degree in 2003 from Farleigh Dickinson University; Teaneck, New Jersey. She is currently employed as the Director of Pharmacy in Clara Maass Medical Center in Belleville, New Jersey. She serves on a multitude of Committees within the hospital and serve as a pharmacy preceptor, leader, and mentor to many pharmacists, students and pharmacy residents. She started a PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program in 2006 with one resident and has expanded the program to two residents in 2014.
Dr. Neetesh K Jain has total 12 years of experience in Academic and Research. He is currently working as Professor & Principal in Department of Pharmacy (UIP), Oriental University, Indore and Director, Drug & Disease Information Center, Indore. He has strong academic and research background, as he has published more than 82 Research papers in National and International journals and presented more than 88 Research papers in National and International conferences. In addition to that, He also received many prestigious awards i.e. Inspirational Leadership Award, Young Scientist Award, Young Talent Award, Award for Excellency in Research, International Award by International Accreditation Authority (IAA), US under the category “Outstanding Research in Pharmacy in Central India" for efforts made by him to bridging the gap between Indian & global standards and recently he got “Academician of the Year-2018” by EET CRS -Academic Brillance Awards-18, Excellent Teacher Award etc. for his research contribution in the field of Medical and Pharmaceutical sciences. He is approved Ph.D supervisor in Oriental University, Indore and having 8 Ph.D research scholars under his guidance. He has done Video recording of five expert lectures on Pharmacology at Pharma World Studio, Educational Multimedia Research Centre (EMRC) in Dr. H. S. Gaur, Central University, Sagar under the plan project of NME-ICT of MHRD, Govt. of India. He is reviewer in many National and International Journals. He is the Member of LOC in DBT-UGC Sponsored Project” Academia-Industry Collaboration” . He is also doing so many social activities to promote rational use of Medicine and provide unbiased information to all the healthcare professionals and consumers by organizing seminar, Drug Information Services activities and Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring awareness programme in Community Pharmacy etc.
Pharmacovigilance, Toxicology & Toxicovigilance, PK/PD, Molecular Pharmacology, Médical Writing, Pharmacological Screening, Clinical Research , Community Medicine, Public Health Research and Management, Pharmacology, Anatomy, Physiology, Pathophysiology and Drug Information Services etc.