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Giuseppe Mancia

Emeritus Professor

Department of Internal Medicine

University of Milano-Bicocca

Milan

Italy

Dr. Giuseppe Mancia is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at University of Milano-Bicocca and Head of Hypertension Center of the Istituto Clinico Universitario, Verano Brianza, Italy. He has obtained his Ph.D. in Physiology in 1970 and graduation degree in 1964. Since many years he is in the list of the 'highly cited' scientists (Thompson Reuters) and has been regarded as one of the 400 most influential biomedical investigators in the world (EJCI 2013). Dr. Mancia has published more than 2000 original papers, reviews and editorials in peer-review journals. His papers have received more than 177.000 citations with


Dr. Giuseppe Mancia is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at University of Milano-Bicocca and Head of Hypertension Center of the Istituto Clinico Universitario, Verano Brianza, Italy. He has obtained his Ph.D. in Physiology in 1970 and graduation degree in 1964. Since many years he is in the list of the 'highly cited' scientists (Thompson Reuters) and has been regarded as one of the 400 most influential biomedical investigators in the world (EJCI 2013). Dr. Mancia has published more than 2000 original papers, reviews and editorials in peer-review journals. His papers have received more than 177.000 citations with a H-index of 157. Dr. Mancia has received many International and National research awards including the Heymans Award (International Pharmacology Society), Wright Award (Australian High Blood Pressure Council), Volhard and Tigersted Awards (ISH), Folkow Award (ESH), International Recordati Prize and Invernizzi Prize for Medicine. Dr. Mancia research interests focus on epidemiology pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of hypertension, heart failure, and coronary disease, as well as on the clinical aspects of diabetes, obesity and other metabolic abnormalities.



Josep Jansa

Head

Department of Public Health

European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control

Solna

Sweden

Dr. Josep Jansa currently working as Head for section of Epidemic Intelligence and Response in the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), Solna, Sweden. Dr. Jansa is also Deputy Head of the Surveillance and Response Support Unit. Dr. Jansa is a Medical Doctor graduated at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, specialized in Preventive Medicine and Public Health. He is teaching Epidemiology and International health for more than 20 years and he is also been coordinating the Master on International Health and Tropical Medicine in the Autonomous University of Barcelona. He has been holding different positions at Local, Regional,


Dr. Josep Jansa currently working as Head for section of Epidemic Intelligence and Response in the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), Solna, Sweden. Dr. Jansa is also Deputy Head of the Surveillance and Response Support Unit. Dr. Jansa is a Medical Doctor graduated at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, specialized in Preventive Medicine and Public Health. He is teaching Epidemiology and International health for more than 20 years and he is also been coordinating the Master on International Health and Tropical Medicine in the Autonomous University of Barcelona. He has been holding different positions at Local, Regional, National and International levels in Catalonia, Spain and in several countries in the areas of Epidemiology of infectious diseases, Public health surveillance and health threats, Community health, Drug abuse, etc. Dr. Jansa involved in different missions of the most recent ones during the current Ebola Crisis with WHO response teams in Guinea and the first Public Health international teams within the European Medical Corps in Angola for the epidemic of yellow fever, mission of Health cooperation, Humanitarian & Public health crisis and Consultancy on health services. Dr. Jansa research areas include Tuberculosis, Epidemiology of infectious diseases, Migrants health and International health.



Francesca Mancianti

Professor and Chair

Department of Parasitology

University of Pisa

Pisa

Italy

Dr. Francesca Mancianti is a Professor and Chair in Department of Parasitology at University of Pisa, Italy. In 1980, she completed her postgraduate education in Microbiology and Virology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Pisa, Italy. She worked as a full Professor in Veterinary Parasitology in 2006. Dr. Mancianti is the member of Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, The Society of Protozoologists and International Society for Human and Veterinary Mycology. She published more than 150 peer reviewed papers dealing with Parasitology, Mycology, Zoonotic Parasites and Fungi. Dr. Mancianti research interest includes Application of biomolecular quantitative technologies in the clinical


Dr. Francesca Mancianti is a Professor and Chair in Department of Parasitology at University of Pisa, Italy. In 1980, she completed her postgraduate education in Microbiology and Virology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Pisa, Italy. She worked as a full Professor in Veterinary Parasitology in 2006. Dr. Mancianti is the member of Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, The Society of Protozoologists and International Society for Human and Veterinary Mycology. She published more than 150 peer reviewed papers dealing with Parasitology, Mycology, Zoonotic Parasites and Fungi. Dr. Mancianti research interest includes Application of biomolecular quantitative technologies in the clinical diagnosis and treatment of leishmaniasis and toxoplasmosis in dogs, cats and foxes; Epidemiological studies on piroplasmosis; Epidemiology, biochemical and molecular characterization of yeasts belonging to the genus Malassezia; Study of essential oils as antimycotic drugs in fungi impacting on human health as well as animal welfare; Epidemiology and molecular classification of haemoparasites of avian species, etc.



Carlos Hernandez Giron

Professor

Department of Reproductive Health and Epidemiology

National Institute of Public Health

Mexico

Tel: +777-329-3000

Dr. Carlos Hernandez Giron is currently working as Professor in the Department of Reproductive Health and Epidemiology at National Institute of Public Health (INSP), Mexico. He received a Master's degree in Sociomedical Sciences from the National Autonomous University of Mexico and a PhD in Public Health from the National Institute of Public Health, Mexico. Dr. Giron is currently Researcher in Medical Sciences 'D' of the Center for Research in Population Health, member of the National System of Researchers (SNI I) and president of the College of Teachers Reproductive Health chapter of the INSP. Since 2000 he has been a member


Dr. Carlos Hernandez Giron is currently working as Professor in the Department of Reproductive Health and Epidemiology at National Institute of Public Health (INSP), Mexico. He received a Master's degree in Sociomedical Sciences from the National Autonomous University of Mexico and a PhD in Public Health from the National Institute of Public Health, Mexico. Dr. Giron is currently Researcher in Medical Sciences 'D' of the Center for Research in Population Health, member of the National System of Researchers (SNI I) and president of the College of Teachers Reproductive Health chapter of the INSP. Since 2000 he has been a member of the Research Committee of National Institute of Public Health. Dr. Giron is the author and co-author of 20 scientific articles with arbitration and 30 National and International presentations in the areas of public health, reproductive health, epidemiology of STIs and cancer, neurological diseases.



Elena Carrillo Alvarez

Professor

Department of Public Health

University of Ramon Llull

Barcelona

Spain

Dr. Elena Carrillo Alvarez is Currently Working as a Professor of Sports Nutrition, Sociology and Nutrition in Social Exclusion at Blanquerna School of Health Science, Ramon Llull University, Spain. She is a member of Global Community Health Foundation and team leader of the Future Leader/Volunteer Program which mentors young scholars with a promising future in the field of health promotion. She is a Visiting Scholar at the Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Elena Carrillo Alvarez is member of the PSITIC research group on Pedagogy Society and Innovation with ICT support and an associate professor at the FCS Blanquerna, teaching


Dr. Elena Carrillo Alvarez is Currently Working as a Professor of Sports Nutrition, Sociology and Nutrition in Social Exclusion at Blanquerna School of Health Science, Ramon Llull University, Spain. She is a member of Global Community Health Foundation and team leader of the Future Leader/Volunteer Program which mentors young scholars with a promising future in the field of health promotion. She is a Visiting Scholar at the Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Elena Carrillo Alvarez is member of the PSITIC research group on Pedagogy Society and Innovation with ICT support and an associate professor at the FCS Blanquerna, teaching Sports Nutrition, Sociology of food and nutrition and Nutrition in social exclusion. She received awards to several presentations made in international conferences and also to the development of teaching material to promote healthy eating habits in teenagers. Dr. Carrillo Alvarez develops her research around Healthy eating and Youth obesity prevention using an ecological approach and around educational governance networks that connect social, health and educational organizations and empower communities to succeed in front of today's comprehensive challenges.



Scialfa Exequiel Alejandro

Professor

Department of Veterinary Sciences

National University of Central Buenos Aires

Tandil, Buenos Aires

Argentina

Dr. Scialfa Exequiel Alejandro is veterinarian Doctor in Animal Science, graduated from the National University of Central Buenos Aires (UNCPBA), Argentina. Dr. Scialfa is a Professor at the Faculty of Agronomy (UNCPBA, Azul) and also a Professor of Livestock in Agrarian School. He is Specialist in Biological Control in the Division of Rural Zoonosis, Ministry of Health of Buenos Aires province, since 2001. Dr. Scialfa has carried out several activities of epidemiological surveillance of zoonoses prevalent in the region (Leptospirosis, Hantavirus and Hydatidosis) and is responsible of provincial Leptospirosis Reference Laboratory. Dr. Scialfa develops research on the Epidemiology of


Dr. Scialfa Exequiel Alejandro is veterinarian Doctor in Animal Science, graduated from the National University of Central Buenos Aires (UNCPBA), Argentina. Dr. Scialfa is a Professor at the Faculty of Agronomy (UNCPBA, Azul) and also a Professor of Livestock in Agrarian School. He is Specialist in Biological Control in the Division of Rural Zoonosis, Ministry of Health of Buenos Aires province, since 2001. Dr. Scialfa has carried out several activities of epidemiological surveillance of zoonoses prevalent in the region (Leptospirosis, Hantavirus and Hydatidosis) and is responsible of provincial Leptospirosis Reference Laboratory. Dr. Scialfa develops research on the Epidemiology of Zoonotic diseases, mainly on 'Leptospirosis'.



Lilian Tzivian

Associate Professor

Department of Medicine

University of Latvia

Riga

Latvia

Dr. Lilian Tzivian is currently working as an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at University of Latvia. She completed her master's degree in Human and Animal physiology at the Faculty of Biology, University of Latvia and PhD in Social epidemiology from Ben Gurion University of Negev, Israel. Dr. Tzivian performed her postdoctoral research on Environmental epidemiology in the Institute of Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine, Centre of Health and Society, Heinrich Heine University of Dusseldorf, Germany. She holds a certificate of 'Epidemiology' on qualification of epidemiologist and head of epidemiological projects. In 2009 she received 'Best lecturer' award


Dr. Lilian Tzivian is currently working as an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at University of Latvia. She completed her master's degree in Human and Animal physiology at the Faculty of Biology, University of Latvia and PhD in Social epidemiology from Ben Gurion University of Negev, Israel. Dr. Tzivian performed her postdoctoral research on Environmental epidemiology in the Institute of Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine, Centre of Health and Society, Heinrich Heine University of Dusseldorf, Germany. She holds a certificate of 'Epidemiology' on qualification of epidemiologist and head of epidemiological projects. In 2009 she received 'Best lecturer' award from Nurses and Emergency Medicine Department, Ben-Gurion University of Negev. Dr. Lilian Tzivian is also active member in scientific committees like 28th annual ISEE conference, Rome, Italy, 29th Annual Scientific Conference of the International Society of Environmental Epidemiology, etc. Dr. Tzivian research interests were related to effects of air pollution and traffic noise on human health.



Luo Jiin Chyuan John

Associate Professor

Department of Occupational Medicine

Chang Gung University

Taoyuan

Taiwan

Dr. Luo Jiin Chyuan John is currently working as an Associate Professor and Head in the Department of Occupational Medicine, Chang Gung University, Taiwan. He received his MD degree in 1980 at National Taiwan University Medical College, Taiwan and PhD degree in Occupational Medicine and Molecular Epidemiology at Columbia School of Public Health, USA in 1994. He has worked as Clinical Instructor in Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center, USA, Dr. John research interest includes Molecular epidemiology, Occupational medicine, Toxicology, Family medicine.


Dr. Luo Jiin Chyuan John is currently working as an Associate Professor and Head in the Department of Occupational Medicine, Chang Gung University, Taiwan. He received his MD degree in 1980 at National Taiwan University Medical College, Taiwan and PhD degree in Occupational Medicine and Molecular Epidemiology at Columbia School of Public Health, USA in 1994. He has worked as Clinical Instructor in Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center, USA, Dr. John research interest includes Molecular epidemiology, Occupational medicine, Toxicology, Family medicine.



Angel G Polanco Rodriguez

Researcher

Department of Social Medicine and Public Health

Autonomous Yucatan University

Mexico

Tel: +520-459-9924-46441

Dr. Angel G Polanco Rodriguez Currently working as a Researcher in the Department of Social Medicine and Public Health at Autonomous Yucatan University, Mexico. He is a chemist and completed his Master's Degree in Management and Conservation of Natural Resources at Autonomous University of Yucatan, Mexico and PhD in Marine and Coastal Management, on Water Pollution Line at the University of Cadiz, Spain. Dr. Rodriguez has International certification on Geographical Information System (GIS) and Satellite Technologies. He has international research collaborations with diverse universities and Research Centers like Mexico, Spain, Africa, India, USA and Italy. Dr. Rodriguez has International publications


Dr. Angel G Polanco Rodriguez Currently working as a Researcher in the Department of Social Medicine and Public Health at Autonomous Yucatan University, Mexico. He is a chemist and completed his Master's Degree in Management and Conservation of Natural Resources at Autonomous University of Yucatan, Mexico and PhD in Marine and Coastal Management, on Water Pollution Line at the University of Cadiz, Spain. Dr. Rodriguez has International certification on Geographical Information System (GIS) and Satellite Technologies. He has international research collaborations with diverse universities and Research Centers like Mexico, Spain, Africa, India, USA and Italy. Dr. Rodriguez has International publications on water pollution, bio accumulation of pollutants in blood and breast milk as well as works of qualitative research on risk perception. Currently Dr. Rodriguez continues to develop research projects on the impacts of the environment on the public health from a multidisciplinary point of view.



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