Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Senior Scientist & Preofessor, Pharmacology
University of Toronto , Canada
Biography :

Emeritus Senior Scientist at the Research Institute, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada Emeritus Professor, Department of Pharmacology, University of Toronto, Canada Research into novel small molecule intervention for cancer, inflammation, thrombosis, diabetes and pain - expertise in structure identification of new products, and pharmacological actions in vitro and in vivo. Inventor and Owner of patents in the described disease areas Consultant in R&D Expertise in isolation and identification of biologically active principles from natural products Over 230 reviewed publications in major scientific journals

Research Interest :

Research into novel small molecule intervention for cancer, inflammation, thrombosis, diabetes and pain - expertise in structure identification of new products, and pharmacological actions in vitro and in vivo.

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Professor , Medicine specializing in addiction
Aix-Marseille University , France
Biography :

Nicolas Simon is associate director of the addiction department of Sainte Marguerite Hospital and is the Professor of the clinical pharmacology department in the medical school of Marseilles, France. He completed a M.D. Degree in Medicine in 1993 and a PhD from University of Paris in 1997. After his studies he was a postdoctoral fellow in the GlaxoWellcome clinical pharmacology unit in London for one year (1998). He was then appointed as Professor in Aix-Marseille University. Up to 2008 he was an expert of the French Drug Agency (afssaps). In 2011 he was received as adjunct Professor in the Mount Sinai School of Medical, New York. He is a member of the French Society of Pharmacology and Therapeutics and of the French Society of Alcohology. He is serving as an editorial board member of “Therapeutic Drug Monitoring”, has been a reviewer for several reputed journals, and has authored 2 books and over 70 original research publications.

Research Interest :

The National Association of Prevention in Alcoholology and Addiction (ANPAA) has elected its new President: Professor Nicolas Simon, 52, professor of medicine specializing in addiction, head of the poison and toxicovigilance center of the hospital Sainte-Marguerite de Marseille , researcher at Inserm in risk reduction, and head of teaching at the Faculty of Medicine of Marseille. Professor Nicolas Simon, a member of the ANPAA for six years, succeeds Professor Alain Rigaud, psychiatrist, former head of the addictology pole of the public mental health institution (EPSM) of the Marne, engaged for 15 years in the association and at its head since 2003.The pharmacokinetic of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and 11- OH-THC following 2 inhaled doses of cannabis and to evaluate the relationship between THC plasma concentrations and on-site oral fluid screening device Drugwipe 5S® in chronic and occasional marijuana smokers. Thirty healthy male volunteers: 15 regular (1-2 joints/day) and 15 occasional (1-2 joints/week) consumers aged 18-34 were included. Blood concentrations of THC were measured after controlled inhalation of 10mg or 30mg. Blood samples were collected 5, 15, 30 minutes, 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 24 hours after the end of the joint, and an oral fluid test was carried out at the same times up to 6 hours with a final test at 24h before leaving the study. First, a population PK analysis was performed using a non-linear mixed effects modelling. Then, the relationship between a positive oral fluid testing and several covariates was evaluated using a logistic regression analysis. For THC, the best base model used 3-compartments with zero-order input and first-order output

OCM Member
Toxicologist, European Registered Toxicology
Medical University of Vienna , Austria
Research Interest :

Hepatocellular carcinoma is one of the most common fatal cancers worldwide with an increasing incidence in many countries, including Austria. This malignancy almost always develops in a chronically inflamed liver. It is assumed that unresolved inflammation evokes cell turnover in an effort to restore tissue homeostasis. In this process, deregulated cytokine production and aberrant cytokine signaling may lead to altered cell growth, differentiation, and apoptosis

OCM Member
Professor , School of Pharmacy
Shanghai Jiao Tong University , China
Research Interest :

1?identificantion and valid of pain molecules and signal transduction pathways; 2) Reverse pain pharmacology of herbal medicines; 3) Discovery and development of painkillers.

OCM Member
Professor, Department of General and clinical pathology
 Trakia University , Bulgaria
Biography :

EDUCATION: Faculty of Veterinary medicine, Trakia University, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria (1980-1985). ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS: Ph.D. (30/06/1998); D.Sc. (14/10/2004); Professor in “Pathologoanatomy and cytopathology” (30/08/2007). NATIONAL EXPERIENCE: Professor in Department of Pathology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Trakia University since 1987 (assistant professor from 1987 to 1999). Project leader of 4 research projects (regarding mycotoxic nephropathy in farm animals and humans) funded by National Science Fund of Ministry of Science and Education in Bulgaria: INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE: Bulgarian project leader of Joint Research Project between Bulgaria and UK funded by The Royal Society - London (1997-2000); The main Pathologist in eight Joint International Research Projects between Bulgaria and Germany funded by International Pharmaceutical Strategies and Solutions (IPSS) GmbH – Germany (2005-2007); Specialisations in Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine - London, U.K (September, 1998) and in Laboratoire de Toxicologie et Sеcurity Alimentaire, Toulouse, France (2000 - NATO grant); Marie Curie Outgoing International Fellowship of FP6 of EU (2007-2008) in University of Johannesburg; Coordinator of Marie Curie IRSES project of FP7 of EU between Bulgaria, Hungary, India and South Africa (2013-2016) MEMBERSHIPS: “International Society on Toxinology” (2001); “Euroscience Association” (2008); “Science Advisory Board” (2006); ORC expert and CORDIS expert of EC (2011); Faculty Scientific Council of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Trakia University (2008); “Research Board of Advisors” of the ABI (2004). PUBLICATIONS: HAVING MORE THAN 100 PUBLICATIONS IN PEER REVIEWED INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS, INTERNATIONAL BOOKS OR CHAPTERS OF BOOKS AND ABOVE 1400 QUOTATIONS OF THE SAME PUBLICATIONS

Research Interest :

1?identificantion and valid of pain molecules and signal transduction pathways; 2) Reverse pain pharmacology of herbal medicines; 3) Discovery and development of painkillers.

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Former Senior Investigator, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research
NINDS, NIH, USA , USA
Research Interest :

A MULTIFUNCTIONAL BASEMENT MATRIX FOR NORMAL, CANCER, AND STEM CELLS: THE BME/MATRIGEL STORY

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Professor , Industrial Hygiene
Harvard University , USA
Biography :

Brothers Albert Smith (1763-1823) and Thomas Smith (born 1775) were merchants and shipmasters in Hanover, Massachusetts. Albert Smith also operated a general store, and served as a justice of the peace, in Hanover. Thomas Smith, with his brothers Millar and Josiah, owned a shipyard in Hanover, and built a number of vessels including the brigantine Apollo, captained by Albert Smith in 1792 and 1793. Scope and Content Note: This collection consists of records maintained by brothers Albert Smith (1763-1823) and Thomas Smith (born 1775), merchants and shipmasters in Hanover, Massachusetts, related to voyages of cargo ships, from 1773 to 1814. The collection also contains legal documents, mainly related to Albert Smith's service as a justice of the peace, and personal and professional correspondence. This collection consists of records maintained by brothers Albert Smith (1763-1823) and Thomas Smith (born 1775), merchants and shipmasters in Hanover, Massachusetts, related to voyages of cargo ships, from 1773 to 1814. Includes ship's papers and correspondence for ships carrying cargo to England, Europe, and Russia. The collection also contains legal documents, mainly related to Albert Smith's service as a justice of the peace, and personal and professional correspondence. Records include a logbook for the voyages of the brigantine Apollo, captained by Albert Thomas, in 1792-1793. The vessel sailed to Falmouth, England, Cádiz, Spain, and St. Petersburg, Russia with cargo that included salt and tin. Albert Smith also kept a letterbook with copies of correspondence he sent aboard the Apollo to merchants including Thomas Handasyd Perkins (1764-1864) and Stephen Gorham (1747-1826). There are also ship's papers and correspondence related to the voyages of the ship Argo to Virginia, Falmouth, Lisbon, Portugal, and St. Petersburg, carrying flour and other commodities, dated 1796-1798, and for the brigantine Baltimore, which sailed to Maryland carrying rum in 1786-1787. There are additionally documents concerning the voyage of the brigantine Mars, captained by Thomas Smith, which carried forty barrels of coffee to Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1784. The collection further includes assorted invoices, cargo lists, insurance documents, and bills, receipts, and promissory notes, dated from 1773 to 1823. In addition, the collection contains legal documents, mainly related to Albert Smith's service as a justice of the peace, and personal and professional correspondence, including letters from Josiah Smith to his sons, and to Albert Smith from his wife, Anne. Professional correspondence contains letters about settling accounts, and several letters from Massachusetts Representative Richard Cutts (1771-1845; Harvard AB 1790) in Washington, D.C., regarding a government appointment Albert Smith was apparently seeking.

Research Interest :

The characterization of environmental exposures for studies of health effects, and investigation of the quantitative relationship between environmental exposure and internal dose; occupational safety and health.

OCM Member
Associate professor, College of Pharmacy
Kaohsiung Medical University , Taiwan
Biography :

Chun-Wei Tung is an associate professor in School of Pharmacy and Ph.D. Program in Toxicology, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan. He is also an adjunct assistant research fellow in National Environmental Health Research Center, NHRI, Taiwan. His research interests include bioinformatics, immunoinformatics and toxicoinformatics. He has served as an editorial board member for journals of Current Computer-Aided Drug Design and International Advanced Researches and Engineering Journal. He is also a member of IAPR TC-20 (Technical Committee on Pattern Recognition in Bioinformatics).

Research Interest :

Bioinformatics, immunoinformatics and toxicoinformatics

OCM Member
Professor , Institute of Clinical Medicine
University of Eastern Finland , Finland
Biography :

Docent, LT Hannu Kokki has been invited to the part-time assignment of Professor of Anesthesiology at the University of Eastern Finland from October 1, 2014. Hannu Kokki was born in 1957 in Kerimäki. He has completed a Licentiate of Medicine in 1982, anesthetized and intensive care specialist in 1988 and a doctorate in medicine at the University of Kuopio in 2000. He received the specialty of child anesthesia in 1997 and the specialty of pain management in 2000. He was appointed Docent of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care at the University of Kuopio in 2001.

Research Interest :

The main study areas of Hannu Kok include opioid central nervous system and neurotoxicity in humans and experimental animals, pharmacometry in challenging patient groups, and immediate and long-term recovery after surgical interventions.

OCM Member
Pharmacist Manager , Public Hospital
European Specialist Laboratory Medicine , Italy
Biography :

Dr. Mauro Luisetto, obtained his Pharm D in 1995 from the Turin University and worked as European specialist in laboratory medicine. Currently, he works as Public Hospital Pharmacist Manager and is responsible of hospital medicinal gas quality control PC HOSP. He is also the Director of hospital medicinal gases contract implementation. His working filed and rotation is biochemistry, toxicology, blood bank, haematology. microbiology; hospital pharmacy (drugs logistic, galenic, medicinal gas quality controller , radio drugs, rx contrast agents, departmental pharmacist); clinical pathology, antidothes responsible stokes provincial PC, logistic of diagnostic in vitro), responsible for emergency drug hospital stokes.

Research Interest :

Management, professional social media, ICT, pathology, clinical biochemistry, toxicology, microbiology, imaging, clinical pharmacy, medicinal chemistry, clinical pharmacology, pharmacoeconomy, new professional social media, biomedical database, EBM, Risk management and several other.

OCM Member
Professor, Department of Physiology and Toxicology of Reproduction
Polish Academy of Science , Poland
Biography :

Michal H. Wrobel is currently Associate Professor at the Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Olsztyn (Poland). He earned his MSc of Biology at the University of Warmia and Masury in Olsztyn, in 2002, and his PhD in Faculty of Biology from the University of Warmia and Masury in Olsztyn, in 2008. In his thesis work he pioneered the adverse effect of chlorinated xenobiotics (polichlorinated biphenyls and pesticides) on bovine myometrial contractions. After completing his MSc, Michal H. Wrobel accepted a position as Assistant in Department of Cattle Physiology and Endocrinology of the Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research, Polish Academy of Sciences. In 2009, he accepted an Associate Professor position at the Department of Physiology and Toxicology of Reproduction of the Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research, Polish Academy of Sciences. In 2011 he was awarded with individual Bielanski?s Prize by Association of Biology of Reproduction. Michal H. Wrobel has 24 refereed publications.

Research Interest :

The adverse effect of environmental pollutants (pesticides and polychlorinated biphenyls) on reproductive processes in cow. It was found that the chloroorganic xenobiotics affect the force of myometrial contractions in cattle in vitro. Moreover, the impairment of synthesis and secretion of ovarian oxytocin (OT) and uterine prostaglandin (PG) F2? tend be a part of the mechanism of the xenobiotics adverse effect on disruption of uterine contractions regulation.

OCM Member
Professor , Faculty of Pharmacy
 University of Santiago de Compostela , Spain
Biography :

Maria Teresa is a Pharmacist, has a Degree and a Master in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Coimbra. Has a Master in Food Science and Engineering from the School of Biotechnology, Portuguese Catholic University, a PhD in Public Health and Pharmacoepidemiology from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Santiago de Compostela and a Post-Doctoral Scholarships by Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia, SFRH/BPD/35746/2007, during 6 years in Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacovigillance. She is a Regulatory Affairs Expert, since 2002 by Portuguese Pharmacist College. She was Technical Director, Quality Director and responsible for Regulatory Affairs, Pharmacovigilance and Clinical trials, for more than 6 years in Pharmaceutical Industry. Since 2006, she is an Invited Assistant Professor at the Department of Medical Sciences at University of Aveiro, holding responsibility for several curricular units in the Biomedical Sciences degree and in the master in Pharmaceutical Biomedicine.

Research Interest :

Herdeiro research experience included the design, implementation and evaluation of epidemiological studies, randomized controlled trials, cohort, case-control, cross-sectional studies, qualitative studies (focus group) and systematic reviews

OCM Member
Professor , Human toxicology, risk assessment and vigilance
University of Paris Sud , France
Biography :

Inflammation, Chemokines and Immunopathology-, INSERM, Univ Paris-Sud, Université Paris-Saclay, 92296 Châtenay-Malabry, France

Research Interest :

Herdeiro research experience included the design, implementation and evaluation of epidemiological studies, randomized controlled trials, cohort, case-control, cross-sectional studies, qualitative studies (focus group) and systematic reviews

OCM Member
Federal University of Bahia , Brazil
Research Interest :

Despite the defective immune clearance of immune complexes (IC) by classical complement pathway (CP) explain the physiopathology of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), the repetitive activation of CP may induce autoimmunity anti C1q (aC1q abs) which is considered as a marker for disease activity. This study aim to propose a theoretical framework to explain this controversy.

OCM Member
Professor, Department of Chemistry of Pesticides
National Research Centre , Egypt
Research Interest :

Ameliorating Effect of Zinc Against Oxidative Stress and Lipid Peroxidation Induced by Fipronil in Male Rats.Formulation and characterization of garlic (Allium sativum L.) essential oil nanoemulsion and its acaricidal activity on eriophyid olive mites (Acari: Eriophyidae). Lactational exposure to abamectin induced mortality and adverse biochemical and histopathological effects in suckling pups.

OCM Member
Assistant Professor, Biotechnology
Bulent Ecevit University , Turkey
Research Interest :

Vaccine production Recombinant protein production Study of cancer Study of gene expression Cloning, Study of Chromosomal and Genetic Abnormalities

OCM Member
Professor , Department of Biological Science, Biological/Chemical Sciences
University of Mumbai , India
Biography :

Carrier Highlights •Visiting faculty, Department of Biophysics, Vidyanagari, Univ. of Mumbai, Mumbai-400098, teaching M Sc-I and M Sc-II students. Nanotoxicology, Advanced Biophysical Techniques and Molecular Biology (selected topics) •Visiting faculty, Department of Biological Science, Biological/Chemical Sciences, Toxicology, •Visiting faculty, Department of Environmental Sciences, Institute of Science, Mumbai- 400032, Taught M Sc –I and M Sc-II students. Environmental Sciences and Toxicology •Visiting faculty, Department of Zoology, B Sc level, in Thakur College, Kandivli (E), •Mumbai 400101, (Mumbai University), Zoology and Toxicology •Associated as Research adviser, with projects on meiofauna, millipede, which are being •Conducted at Department of Zoology, Thakur College of Science and Commerce •Published 35 research papers, 16 review articles and Chapter on graphene for book. •Published three books on toxicology for undergraduates and M Sc level.

Research Interest :

Research Experience: Since 1986 till date (Total 28 years) a) One year on Hydrobiology and Limnology relating to Ganga River System b) Three years as Junior Research Fellow working on Heavy Metal Toxicity 2 c) Two years as Senior Research Fellow on the same project e) Post Doctoral Works on Toxicity of Cadmium and Arsenic in Ultrastructural Level, SEM study & TEM study till date

OCM Member
Professor , Pharmacology
University of Huddersfield , United Kingdom
Biography :

Dina Shokry had her Bachelor degree in Pharmacy in 2009 from Ain Shams University then completed her Master’s degree in Analytical Chemistry from Cairo University in 2013. Now she is about to finish her PhD as a member of Dr Waters group for finding alternatives to animal testing at Huddersfield University. She worked as a teaching assistant then as an assistant lecturer of Analytical Chemistry at Future University. She produced high quality research that was published in a number of reputed peer reviewed journals. She presented her work in nine conferences. Dina’s work is focused on developing models for prediction of human intestinal absorption through in vitro-in vivo correlation studies, which has economic impact in the pharmaceutical industry field. She developed prediction models from MLC, solubilization and permeation studies where the obtained in vitro data correlated well with the in vivo absorption data and resulted in two recently published papers.

Research Interest :

Estimation of human intestinal absorption is very important especially for orally administered pharmaceutical compounds with poor solubility. Therefore, in preformulation studies the extent of drug absorption must be determined for new drug entities (NDE). The use of animals has been the most abundant method used in preformulation studies for determination of pharmacokinetics, especially the rate and extent of intestinal absorption of pharmaceutical compounds.

OCM Member
Professor , The Faculty of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Laquintinie Hospital of Douala , Cameroon
Biography :

Evaluating the Necessity of a Poison Control Center in Cameroon: The Knowledge and Perception of Health Care Professionals in the Laquintinie Hospital and the Bonassama District Hospital in Douala .A cross sectional study was carry out on the necessity of creating a poison control center in Cameroon, by evaluating the knowledge and perception of health care professionals in the Laquintinie hospital and the Bonassama District hospital in Douala, based on a 2 years (2014 to 2015) record files reviewed of poison victims.

OCM Member
Professor
University of Milan , Italy

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