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Dr. Maria Dalamagka


General Hospital of Larisa, Greece


Combination of ketamine, corticosteroids and sevoflurane inhibits the risk of bronchospasm in intubated children under general anesthesia


Maria Dalamagka currently works at the Department of Anesthesia, General University Hospital of Larissa. Maria does research in acupuncture and Anaesthetics. She is PhD medicine , doctor of pain , MD. Editorial board member :Scifed Journal, Pain Medicine and Management, Enliven, Cient Periodique, Journal of Pain Management and Medicine _Longdom, Anesthesia &Pain Research _Scivision, GJNFS, Journal if Pain and Relief. Speaker and organizing committee to conferences as:Pain Research and Management Zurich 2018, 5th international conference Pain Research &Management London 2017, and Vancouver , Canada 2016, Word congress on Pain Medicine and Management Singapore 2019, International Conference on Alzheimers &Neurodegenerative desease Madrid , Spain 2018, scientific federation speaker

Dr. Nina Japundžić Žigon


University of Bristol, UK


GRK 2 inhibition for the prevention of doxorubicin cardiotoxicity. Opportunities and prospects


Nina Žigon, born Japundžić, M.D., Ph.D., is a Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology at Faculty of Medicine University of Belgrade and Benjamin Maker Visiting Professor at University of Bristol (UK). In her lab, supported by eminent national and european foundations, the research is focused on neuroendocrine regulation of the cardiovascular system in health and disease (hypertension and heart failure including drug-induced cardiotoxicity). The main contribution of Žigon is the discovery of the physiological background of cardiovascular short-term variability, and the role of vasopressin and of the paraventricular nucelus of the hypothalamus in its regulation. She also discovered that heart rate variability is most sensitve tool for early diagnosis of doxorubicin-induced cardiotoxicity in experimental setting. She published a number of scientific papers in renowned scientific journals and chapiters in books for the well known accademic publishers. She has developped a lively and fruitful scientific collaboration with Univesity of Bristol and Semmelweis in Budapest, and mentored and co-mentored a number of PhD thesis in the country and abroad. Presently, she is co-editing a book in pharmacology and toxicology for medical students in the Serbian language. During her presidency of the Autonomic Nevous System Section of the Serbian Medical Society she organized a number of international meetings in Begrade. She is also a member of the Serbian medical chamber, serbian pharmacological society, european and serbian society of cardiology and a memmber of the group of experts in the Sebian Agency for Medicines and Medical Devices.

Dr. Abdulkareem Mohammed AlMomen,


King Saud University, Saudi Arabia


Alpha Lipoic Acid as a Gentle Chelating Agent


2001 International Board of Metal Toxicology Germany 1988 American Board of Internal Medicine – Hematology University of Toronto, Canada 1986 American Board of Internal Medicine University of Toronto, Canada 1986 Fellowship in the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada in Internal Medicine University of Toronto, Canada 1976 MB, BS, KSU Current Appointments: 2019-Present 2018-Present 2010-Present 2010- Present Publications: Memberships Research Interests: Chief Medical Officer, Consultant in Medicine-Hematology Consultant in Metal Toxicology National Blood and Cancer Center Chairman of the Scientific Committee of Saudi Board of Adult Hematology, Saudi Commission for Health Specialties Vice President, Saudi Scientific Hematology Society Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Applied Hematology  130 Research papers in peer reviewed Medical Journals  300 Abstracts in local and International Conferences Saudi Society of Hematology, Saudi Society of Blood Disorders, Saudi Society of Blood and Marrow Transplantation, Saudi Society of Transfusion Medicine American Society of Hematology, European Hematology Association International Society of Thrombosis and Hemostasis, World Federation of Hemophilia, Mediterranean League Against Thrombosis Thrombosis and Hemostasis, Transfusion Medicine, Anemia Sickle Cell Disease Metal Toxicology

Dr. Ayodeji Olalekan Salau


Afe Babalola University, Nigeria.



Dr. Ayodeji Olalekan Salau received his B.Eng. in Electrical/Computer Engineering from the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria. He received his MSc and PhD degrees in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. He is a registered professional engineer with the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) and a member of the International Association of Engineers (IAENG). Dr. Salau serves as a reviewer for numerous reputable international journals, Co-Chair and technical program committee for various conferences. Dr. Salau has authored/co-authored about 114 articles in a number of reputable international conferences, book series, and major international journals. He has authored 3 books. His research interests include research in the fields of computer vision, image processing, signal processing, machine learning, power systems engineering, and nuclear engineering. He is the recipient of the Quarterly Franklin Membership given by the Editorial Board of London Journals Press for top quality research output in 2020. In addition, Dr. Salau’s paper was awarded the best paper of the year 2019 in Cogent Engineering. Furthermore, he is the recipient of the International Research Award on New Science Inventions (NESIN) under the category of “Best Researcher Award” given by ScienceFather in 2020. He is the recipient of the International Best Researcher Award given by the ISSN International Science & Technology Awarding body (IISTAC-2022) in 2022. Also, he was awarded the best researcher award for the year 2020-2022 by the Chancellor of Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD), Nigeria. According to the SciVal (SCOPUS- Elsevier) analysis/ranking of academics, Dr. Salau is among the most productive researchers in Nigeria (no. 28). Presently, Dr. Salau works at Afe Babalola University in the Department of Electrical/Electronics and Computer Engineering.