Prof. Giorgio Racagni
Department of Pharmacological and Bio-Molecular Sciences,
University of Milan,
Prof. Giorgio Racagni is a President Elect of the Italian Society of Pharmacology.
Prof. Giorgio Racagni spent 3 years at the National Institute of Mental Health in Washington DC to conduct research in the field of neuroscience.
Prof. Giorgio Racagni was the Secretary General and President of one of the largest international scientific society in the field of Neuropsychopharmacology: CINP (Collegium International Neuropsichopharmacologicum).
Prof. Giorgio Racagni was secretary general and Vice-President of World Federation of Societies of Biological Psychiatry.
Prof. Giorgio Racagni was President of the National Society of Neuropsychopharmacology.
Prof. Giorgio Racagni won several international research awards including Anna Monika "Prize, a prize of the Academy of Neuroscience and the German award" Korsakoff ", Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, studies neurobiological and molecular mechanism of action of antidepressant drugs and antipsychotics.
Three main areas of research in the field of neuropsychopharmacology are currently been carried on:
Neurobiology of affective and schizophrenic spectrum disorders.
Mechanism of action of antidepressant and antipsychotic drugs.
Molecular mechanism underlying neuroprotection and neuroexcitotoxicity.
Research activity in the field of neuroscience contributing to different international educational and scientific programmes in Neuropsychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry.
Prof. Giorgio Racagni has published 475 papers in international journals with peer review, and also coordinated the publication of 54 books on topics such neuropsychopharmacology.
Prof. S Jamal Mustafa
West Virginia University,
S Jamal Mustafa is the Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology at West Virginia University (WVU). He has received Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research from SOM in 2008 and became a Robert C. Byrd Professor in 2010 and received Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Achievement in Research and Scholarly Activities from HSC, in 2013. He has also published over 200 manuscripts. His past work has led to the approval of an A2A selective AR agonist (Lexican®) for myocardial perfusion imaging. Currently, he is using AR and β adrenergic receptor KOs to better understand the relationship between these receptors in coronary flow regulation.
Professor Emeritus, Section of Prophylactic Pharmacology
Dr. Yukio Yoneda has completed his Ph.D. from Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine. He is the Professor Emeritus in Kanazawa University, where he worked as a Chairman Professor of Pharmacology from 1999 to 2015. In 1980-1981, he worked with the late Dr. Eugene Roberts, who was the finder of GABA in the brain, at the City of Hope Research Institute, USA. He has published more than 300 original research papers and is serving as an Associate Editor in several reputed international journals such as Neurochemistry International, Neurochemical Research and Journal of Neuroscience Research, in addition to playing a role as an Editorial Board member in other scientific journals. His research interests have been lying on pharmacological profiling of amino acid signaling in neuronal and non-neuronal cells using molecular biological techniques. As a return of laboratory experimental results to the community, he is now focusing on the development of dietary supplements beneficial for the prophylaxis and/or treatment of different diseases, in addition to collaborating with domestic and foreign academic colleagues.
Prof. Bimal Roy Krishna
Touro University Nevada,
Following his Ph.D program at Monash University in Melbourne Australia, Dr. Bimal Krishna completed his postdoc at NYU Medical Center New York in the OB/Gyn Department studying human placental function and cocaine abuse in pregnancy. Following that, he was appointed Head of School of Health Sciences and Associate Professor-Pharmacology at the Fiji School of Medicine as it underwent restructure.
In 2005, he went on to join LECOM in Erie, PA as Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Director of the Pharmacy Post-bac Program where he remained for two years before coming to Touro as Associate Professor and Director of Pharmacology in 2007.
Dr. Krishna also holds an appointment as Professor of Pharmacology with Kaplan Medical for Step1 USMLE and COMLEX reviews throughout the U.S. and in the Caribbean, India, Dubai, Saudi Arabia and Central America while being an adjunct Professor-Pharmacology for Kaplan Medical online programs.
Prof. R C Gupta
Dr. R. C. Gupta is a Professor and Pro-vice chancellor at Nagaland University, India. He did his Ph.D. in chemistry from Lucknow University, India. He has forty years of experience in teaching and research. His received fellowships from foreign universities. His areas of interests include Organic synthesis, medicinal chemistry, and Drug Development, Chemistry and Toxicology of natural substances, nutriceuticals & functional food, amino-acid in nutrition, taurine, analogues, and Biological actions, soil heath., environmental Biotechnology aspects, Science popularization & education, and gender issues.
Prof. Jagdish N. Sharma
Founding Chairman of Pharmacology and Therapeutics,
Faculty of Pharmacy,
Dr. Jagdish N. Sharma is currently a Professor in the Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics of which he is the Founding Chairman, Faculty of Pharmacy, Kuwait University, Kuwait. He has also served as a Professor of Pharmacology at the Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia, prior to joining Kuwait University in 1999. Prof. Sharma received his B.V.Sc. & A.H. (D.V.M.) in 1970 from Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University, Jabalpur, India; his M.Sc. in Medical Pharmacology in 1973 from the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India; and his Ph.D. in Pharmacology in1976 from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, UK. The Calamus International University, London, U. K., in 2011, awarded D.Sc. degree in Health Sciences to Professor Sharma in recognition of his outstanding highly accomplished professional achievements in research and academic contributions. In 1995, he was elected to an F.C.P. (Fellow) from the American College of Clinical Pharmacology, New York, USA and an F.I.Biol. (Fellow) in 1997 from the Royal Institute of Biology, London, UK. This is a highly prestigious award considered to be at the level of British DSc.
Prof. Sharma is an author of a book entitled “Topics in Mediators Pharmacology”, which has been published by the Nova Science Publishers Inc., N.Y., USA. Prof. Sharma is the Editor of a book Progress in Drug Research” series entitled “Recent Developments in the Regulation of Kinins” 2014 which is published by Springer Basel AG, Switzerland. He has been to numerous International conferences as invited speaker. Prof. Sharma has been holding several research grants for the support of his clinical and basic research activities and supervised PhD and MSc theses. He has been PhD external examiner and evaluator for promotions to the ranks of Associate Professor and Professor externally. In Malaysia, his research investigations were funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Malaysia. Currently his clinical priority research grant is funded by the Kuwait University research sector. He is the editorial board member of Pharmacy Times (USA) of Middle East from 2007 to date, Inflammopharmacology (UK) from 1997 to date, International Journal of Immunopathology and Pharmacology (Italy) from 2006 to date, European Journal of Inflammation (Italy) from 2006 to date, Archives of Medical Research (Mexico City) from 2006 to date, Clinical Medicine: Endocrinology and Diabetes (New Zealand) from 2008 to date, Clinical Medicine: Therapeutics (New Zealand) from 2009 to date, American Journal of Biomedical Sciences (USA) from 2009 to date and Journal of Pharmaceutical Technology and Drug Research (UK) from 2011 to date. He has 111 publications in reputed international biomedical journals, and 65 abstracts of national and international conferences. His work is supported by the Kuwait University Grant RP01/09.
Prof. Theivendren Panneerselvam
Karavali College of Pharmacy
Dr. T. Panneerselvami s working as a Professor in KaravaliCollege of Pharmacy, Mangalore, He received his PhD degree in 2013 from Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, India and he earned Young Scientiest Award 2018 from EET CRS presents Academic Brilliance Award-2018, Noida and has 12 years of teaching experience, scientific research and development. He has a 20 patent & published 22 Books and 73 scientific research articles in international and national journals. His research has focused on the Graph Theoretical Analysis,Density Functional Theory, Insilico Modeling, ADME Properties, Optimization, Synthesis, Formulation and Analytical/Biological Screening of Novel Nanoparticles.
Prof. Mohammad Taher Boroushaki
Pharmacological Research Center of Medicinal Plants, Faculty of Medicine,
Mashhad University of Medical Sciences,
Mohammad Taher Boroushaki (MTB) is Professor of Toxicology in Dept. of Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran. He has been teaching pharmacology and toxicology (theory and experimental) to the students of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and nursing, since 1989 and also to the postgraduate students, since 2001.
He has received his Pharm. D., degree in 1988 from School of Pharmacy, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran, and Ph. D., degree in 2001 from Molecular Toxicology Group, Faculty of Biomedical & Life Sciences. University of Surrey. Guildford, UK.
MTB’ research interests is in the fields of Nephrotoxicity, Neurotoxicity, Medicinal Plants, Antioxidants and Diabetes. He has already reviewed dozens of articles
in various domestic and international journals
Dr. Meera Srivastava
Head, Post Graduate Department of Zoology
Govt. Dungar College,
Dr. Meera Srivastava is the Head of Post Graduate Department of Zoology Government Dungar College, India. While working in the field- eighteen scholars have been awarded M.Phil. and twelve Ph.D degree under her supervision. Among them, six are presently working for their Ph.D. and two for M.Phil. She has contributed to more than 100 research papers published in journals of national and international repute and in the form of Conference abstracts.
Prof. Prakash V. Diwan.
Technical Advisor, Indian Pharmacopeia Commission, Government of India.
Director, Central Research Laboratory, Belgaum, Karnataka
Director, & Dean, School of Pharmacy, Anurag Group of Institutions, Hyderabad,
Prakash V Diwan, Pharmacologist, obtained his PhD from Post graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, India in 1980. He served as Assistant Professor in Medical College, India and later joined the Research and development organization, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology(CSIR) in 1983-2007. He became the Founder Director NIPER, Hyderabad in the year 2007. He was awarded with many national awards in the field of pharmacology. He is a Fellow of Royal Society of London (FRSC). To his credit he has over 160 research publication in national and international journals. He has been honored as a fellow of Indian Pharmacological Society and fellow of Andhra Pradesh Academy of Sciences. He has been a member in Indian Pharmacopeia Commission, Scientific Consultant for various reputed pharmaceutical industries. Presently he holds the responsible positions as Director and Research scientist in academia & Research and development Institutions.
Prof. Gunars Duburs
Head of Laboratory, Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis,
Deputy Chairman, Division of Chemical and Biological Sciences,
Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis,
His main Research in organic chemistry, especially – partially hydrogenated nitrogen and sulfur-containing heterocycles, medicinal and food chemistry (antioxidants), drug research (radioprotectors, cardiovascular compounds, and neuroprotectors). Scientific articles – 475, 64 patents, 105 authors certificates. Developed and registered 2 original preparations for medicine: antihypertensive, antianginal preparation foridone (riodipine), radioprotector diethone; for agriculture – antioxidant, feed and food stabilizer diludine; proposed preparations for organic analysis.
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