Organizing Committee
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Full Professor of Psychology Curry College,President and Owner of NEALAC Clinic , USA
Biography :

Dr. Leonard-Zabel is a full professor of Psychology at Curry College in Massachusetts, USA. She is president of private clinic specializing in international School Neuropsychology and Clinical Forensic Counseling. She holds diplomat and fellow certifications in the field of Neuropsychology, Forensics, Autism, Psychotherapy, Addictions, CBT, Disability Analysis, and Homeland Security. She was recognized in the American Psychological Association-Monitor on Psychology Journal under the personality and achievement section. This year she was awarded the Distinguished Leadership Circle of Directors from the American Board of Disability Analysts and the title of Honorary Founding Faculty Member for the American College of Disability Analysts. She serves on the Learning Disabilities Worldwide Congress-Board of Directors. She was awarded the Curry College Excellence in Teaching 'Researcher of the Year' and 'Person of the Year' from Curry College acknowledging excellence in teaching, mentorship, leadership and community service. Recently, she was awarded the Jerrold Simon Award for Distinguished Lifetime Career Achievement from both the American Board of Disability Analysts and the American Board of Medical Psychotherapists and Psychodiagnosticians of which she is the third recipent to ever receive the award from both organizations.

Research Interest :

Psychology, Neuropsychology

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Professor, Neurology
Mount Sinai School of Medicine , USA
Biography :

Dr. Giulio Maria Pasinetti, The Saunders Family Chair and Professor of Neurology, received an M.D. from the Milan University School of Medicine and a Ph.D. from the University of Milan. He is currently the Program Director of the NIH funded Mount Sinai Center for Molecular Integrative Neuroresilience and the Chief of the Brain Institute Center of Excellence for Novel Approaches to Neurodiagnostics and Neurotherapeutics. He is also a Professor of Psychiatry, of Neuroscience, and of Geriatrics and Adult Development. Dr. Pasinetti is the recipient of several academic awards including the prestigious Zenith and Temple awards from the Alzheimer's Association. Most recently, Dr. Pasinetti was awarded ''The Faculty Council Award'' for academic excellence at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and "The Charles Dana Alliance for Brain Research Award" from Dana Foundation, recognizing productivity and worldwide leadership in his field of expertise, which further emphasizes his standing as an academic role model.

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Senior Investigator, Laboratory of Neurochemistry
NINDS, NIH, USA , USA
Biography :

Dr. Pant received his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Physics from Agra University, Agra, India. His postdoctoral studies were conducted on the mechanisms of electron and ion transport in model membrane systems at the Department of Biophysics at Michigan State University. He joined the Laboratory of Neurobiology in the NIMH as a senior staff fellow in 1974 with Dr. Ichiji Tasaki where he studied the function of the axonal cytoskeleton in the squid giant axon. In 1979 he moved to the NIAAA extending his studies on the neuronal cytoskeleton and the effects of alcohol on its regulation. Dr. Pant moved to the NINDS, Laboratory of Neurochemistry in 1987 where he is presently chief of the section on Cytoskeleton Regulation. His laboratory is studying the mechanisms of topographic regulation of neuronal cytoskeleton proteins by post-translational modification, including the role of kinase cascades in normal brain and during neurodegeneration.

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Professor , Nero-Surgical Department
University of Alexandria , Egypt
Biography :

Qualification of Dr. Mohamed Fahmy includes Degree & Memberships: 1-MBBCH: (ALEX) grade : very good with honors November 1982. 2- Master of general surgery (Alex) grade:very good, January 1987. 3- Fellowship in the department of Neuro-surgery, Jackson Mississippi university of Mississippi Medical Center (UMC) December 1990 to December 1991 USA. 4-Doctorate degree in Neurological Surgery, July 1994. 5- Member congress of American neurological surgeons SEPT. 2000 USA. 6- Membership of Asian neurological Surgeons (ACNS2002) Japan 7- Executive committee member of Asian neurosurgical surgeon (ACNS 2004) Japan. 8- Fellowship: Department of neurosurgery (Keio university) Tokyo, Japan 2006.

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Director, Center for Nutritional Care SYNAPSIS, Internal Medicine and Neurology
Technological Institute of Advanced Studies of Monterrey , Mexico
Biography :

Specialty Internal Medicine : 1992-1996 Monterrey NL , Hospital Universitario de Monterrey Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon Specialty in Neurology 1996-1999 Hospital San Jose TEC de Monterrey TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDIES OF MONTERREY Master's Degree 1999-2000 Fellowship in Sleep Disorders Houston Tx. Training polysomnography and psycho disorders in sleep disorders 2010 Certification in treating non-motor symptoms of Parkinson enfe4rmedad Vancouver Canada 2011 Seminar in pharmacological treatment of motor symptoms and non-motor Parkinson Disease Toronto Canada 2012-2013 Diploma in mood disorders Málaga Eng. Diploma with specialization in mood disorders and psychopharmacology in depression and anxiety 2014 Diploma in Multiple Sclerosis treatment in Malaga Spain 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Congress of the Mexican Academy of Neurology. 2010, 2011.2013, 2014, 2016 Congress of the American Society of Movement Disorders 2015 Weill Cornell Neurology Seminar Salzburgo Autria 2016 Neurology Fellow Paracelsus Medical University Salsburg Austria 2016 Movement disorders seminar Paraselsus DanouHospital Vien Austriaç Work activity Clinical neurologist in private practice Director, Center for Nutritional Care SYNAPSIS Neurology and Internal medicine staff 1999-2014 INSTITUTO MEXICANO DEL SEGURO SOCIAL CERTIFICATIONS • Certified by the Mexican Association of Neurology • Certified by the Mexican Association of Internal Medicine • Member of the Mexican Association of Neurology • Member of the Movement Disorders Society ACHIEVEMENTS • 1991 Chief Medical Internal Hospital Universitario de Saltillo • 1997 First Place Winner in the Congress of Biomedical Research Technological Institute of Higher Studies in Monterrey • 1998 Chief Resident in Neurology

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Professor, Psychiatry
Wroclaw Medical University , Poland
Biography :

Dr Jerzy Leszek is Professor of Psychiatry, Vice-Head of the Department of Psychiatry , Head of Alzheimer’s Disease Lab at the Medical University in Wroclaw , and Scientific Director of Alzheimer’s Disease Center in Scinawa near Wroclaw, Poland. He graduated at Medical University of Wroclaw in 1979, was awarded a doctorate in Wroclaw in 1981 and in 1999- examination for the degree of associate professor of psychiatry and since 2005 he is working as full professor of psychiatry at Wroclaw Medical University. He is author and co-author more than 240 papers (especially from old age psychiatry), some chapters to the books published in reputed Polish and international journals and serving as an editorial board member of several journals .He is Editor –in-Chief of Journal of Yoga and Physical Activity. He is Scientific Editor and co-author of first Polish academic handbook on Alzheimer’s disease and nine another academic handbooks from old age psychiatry(Polish and internationals) , member a lot of scientific associations e .g founder and president of Lower Silesian Association of Alzheimer’s Families, first of its kind in Poland ,President of the Scientific Council of Alzheimer’s Disease Center in Scinawa, near Wroclaw , Former President and founder of Polish Psychogeriatric Association, Former Secretary(now member) of European Old Age Psychiatry and Former Member of Board of Directions of International Psychogeriatric Association

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Medical director and Psychiatrist, Psychiatric, Psychological and TMS treatment
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center , USA
Biography :

Shashita Inamdar is a licensed physician and board-certified child, adolescent and adult Psychiatrist. Inamdar is the Medical Director at Achieve TMS Centers and Achieve Concierge, renowned centers in San Diego, California for psychiatric, psychological and TMS treatment. She is also the Medical Director at the Center for Discovery, a leading residential and outpatient eating disorder treatment program. Inamdar serves as a member of the Advising Faculty at USD School of Nursing and Health Sciences. She also serves as a member of the Adjunct Clinical Faculty at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Department of Family Practice. Inamdar has over 20 years of extensive expertise in the diagnosis and management of emotional and psychiatric disorders. She is experienced in pharmacogenetic testing, ketamine treatment and neuromodulation treatments such as TMS and neurofeedback. She is currently engaged in developing a treatment program employing neuro-navigation and deep brain stimulation.

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Interim Codman Global Clinical Head, Neurosurgery
Oklahoma Center for Neuroscience , USA
Biography :

Professional Experience: Codman Franchise Medical Leader, Johnson and Johnson Medical, Raynham MA, USA 2015-present Duties and responsibilities: o Responsible for Medical Affairs, front-end innovation, NBD, and life cycle management for Codman Global Business. A $700mil business with in JnJ medical Device sector o Hold a position on the Medical Affairs Leadership Team with in JNJ Medical Device Medical affairs COE as well as a member of the Codman Management Board of directors o Key responsibility included identifying and driving innovation in support of the new product development process for the Codman global business, through application of deep clinical, surgical and research expertise while working closely across and with clinical, R&D, regulatory and commercial functions and partners Interim Codman Global Clinical Head, Johnson and Johnson Medical, Raynham MA, USA 2016-2017 Duties and responsibilities: o Responsible for Codman Global Clinical Strategy and Clinical operation o Worked closely with regulatory and clinical partners to design, submit, 510k, HDE, IDE, PMA, PCMF studies to FDA, EU, Japanese regulatory bodies as well as execution in related markets o Managed EU, Japan, Chinese, and US clinical study teams involved in all clinical studies for neurosurgical and neurovascular portfolios

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Professor , Neurology
Full professor University of Texas , USA
Biography :

Dr. Pappolla served as a consultant for the National Institutes of Health in the United States including being a chartered member of numerous study sections for over 25 years and as a full professor or faculty at several medical schools (LSU New Orleans, Mount Sinai Medical School in New York City, University of Texas) where he taught Neurosciences to medical students and medical residents for over 20 years. Currently, he holds a hybrid academic-private practice position in the Houston area Dr. Pappolla's training included 3 complete medical residencies and 2 fellowships (Neurology, Clinical Pathology, Anatomic Pathology, Neuropathology, Pain Medicine), a PhD in human aging with a postdoc/sabbatical in molecular biology followed by over almost 30 years of a combined academic and private practice. He holds active board certifications in these 5 areas (Neurology, Clinical Pathology, Anatomic Pathology, Neurology, Pain Medicine). Some of his research work is cited in several thousand textbooks worldwide, with many papers reaching from 300 to over 1000 citations in peer reviewed journals.

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Head of Neurosurgery , Neurosurgery and Neurophysiology
Livingstone Hospital , South Africa
Biography :

Dr Kadhaya David Muballe graduated with MBChB in 1994, and MMED Surgery in 2001 from the University of Nairobi, Kenya. He started postgraduate neurosurgical training at the University of Washington Seattle, USA (2004-2006) and then moved to Albert Luthuli Central Hospital [University of Kwa-Zulu Natal] (2007 - 2012) where he completed his training and attained the qualification of Fellow of the Colleges of Neurosurgeons of South Africa (FC Neurosurgery) SA and MMED Neurosurgery, he completed a PhD in Neurosurgery/Neurosciences at the Walter Sisulu University in 2017. Dr Muballe worked as a specialist Neurosurgeon at the Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital and Senior lecturer WSU (2013 – 2017) where he helped set up the first fully accredited Neurosurgical training in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa before moving to head of neurosurgery at Livingstone Hospital in Port Elizabeth.

Research Interest :

Neurodegeneration processes/Alzheimer’s disease Therapy of dementia disorders in the light of new technologies :nanotechnology, proteomics, metabolomics, genomic medicine, personalized therapy Molecular base of neurodegenerative disorders Rehabilitation and physical activity of dementia disorders

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Associate Professor, Neuroscience
Avalon University School of Medicine , Netherlands
Biography :

Dr. Atiq Hassan obtained his PhD in Biomedical Sciences from University of Saskatchewan Canada in 2015 and Master's degree in Neurosciences, from the University of Calgary, Canada. He is a biomedical scientist, specialized in neuroscience with 15 years of experience in research and academic environment and currently teaching Neuroscience at Avalon University School of Medicine as an Associate Professor.

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Paediatric Neurologist Head, Department of Neurosciences Surya Children’s Hospital
Head, Department of Neurosciences Surya Children’s Hospital , India
Biography :

Dr KrupaTorne is among the few super specialists who have been internationally trained in the field of Paediatric Neurology. At present she is heading the department of Neurosciences at Surya Children’s multispecialty Hospital in Mumbai, India. She has completed her Fellowship in Paediatric Neurology and Epilepsy from Maharashtra University Health Sciences at Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Hospital and Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College, Mumbai. She has had a brief stint at the University College London Hospital, a premier academic institution cum hospital in the UK. She has been trained in Paediatric Neurology at Birmingham Children's Hospital where she successfully completed her International Fellowship in Paediatric Neurology, Epilepsy and Neurorehabilitation

Research Interest :

Spine Surgery/ Neurosurgery

OCM Member
Oncological Neurosurgery, Neurosurgery
Hospital Geral Universitario UT MD Anderson Cancer Center , Brazil
Biography :

Current position includes: Coordinator of the Residency of Neurosurgery at General University Hospital Owner at ONCOBRAINS NEUROSURGERY/NEURO-ONCOLOGY

Research Interest :

Pharmacogenetic testing, ketamine treatment and neuromodulation treatments such as TMS and neurofeedback

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Faculty of Medicine, Professor of Rheumatology
Professor of Rheumatology Faculty of Medicine AlAzhar university , Egypt
Biography :

QUALIFICATION AND REGISTRATION: MBBCH. Faculty of Medicine, AlAzhar University 1992 MSc of Rheumatology and Rehabilitation – 1997 Faculty of Medicine- AlAzhar university MD of Rheumatology and Rehabilitation – 2002 Faculty of Medicine- AlAzhar university POSITION AND EXPERIENCE: Professor of Rheumatology, Department of Rheumatology and Rehabilitation, Faculty of Medicine, AlAzhar University. Head of osteoporosis unit, Sayed Galal university Hospital Internal Examiner of both under and postgraduate (Rheumatology) Supervisor of many thesis for MSc and MD degrees in Rheumatology Has many National and International Published Researches in Rheumatology examples. 1-Autoantibodies and Disability in Long-Standing Rheumatoid Arthritis 2- RAGE Expression and Serum HMGB1 Levels in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients and their Relations to Disease activity 3-Effect OF Methotrexate therapy on paraoxonases-1 Activity & serumIL-10 levels in Egyptian patient With Rheumatoid Arthritis 4-Relating bone marrow edema to hi S-CRP in knee osteoarthritis. 5-MDM2 expression and serum survivin levels in RA patients. 6-homocysteine levels is higher in behest's disease with vascular involvement and correlated with disease activity. 7-Cardiac abnormalities in asymptomatic adolescent systemic lupus erythematosus. 8- Bone Turnover and bone mass in high-risk neonates 9-different rheumatic diseases affecting the first metatarsophalangeal joint. 10-Libman – sacks endocarditis as an initial manifestation of SLE in a young male (case report). 11-Juvenile Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis, GPA(WG), with splenic infarction (case report) Member of many Rheumatology societies. Participation in many local, national and international symposia of Rheumatology in Egypt, K.S.A, Spain and France Many lectures of patient education, (In Arabic Language) for Rheumatic diseases; e.g. (RA, osteoporosis, gout) Some of it on YouTube

OCM Member
Professor , Neurosurgery
Professor and Consultant Neurosurgeon, KFHU, Dammam University , Egypt
Biography :

Professor and Consultant Neurosurgeon, KFHU, Dammam University since 1994. Born in Egypt on March 24, 1953, graduated from the Medical School in 1977. Started my Neurosurgery training program in Karolinska Institute, Stockholm Sweden in 1979. Then Moved to Japan, Shinshu University to obtain the Doctorate in Neurosurgery in 1984. Fellowship, Dept of neurosurgery Pittsburgh University , USA, 1989. Fully involvement in busy neurosurgical service, operated till more than 6000 neurosurgical patients. Special interest for pediatric neurosurgery Dedicated educator shared in writing 3 fellowship training programs in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Gulf States, involved in teaching, supervising training medical students, neurosurgical residents, and neurological science trainees. Wrote first head Trauma Protocol for MOH, SA 2013 Published over 100 manuscripts in International journals Published chapters in 7 books Editor of ”Ethics in Neurosurgery Practice” book published by Springer ( September 2014) Editor of “ Hydrocephalus- what we know and what we still don’t know” by Springer 2017 Presented over 500 talks in national and international scientific meetings. He described and named special neurological and neurosurgical condition in children which was published in Journal of Neurosurgery Described two neurosurgical procedures, for the first time. Current Scientific research 1. The long term outcome of mild head trauma 2. The long term outcome of hydrocephalus 3. The predication of the outcome of fetal hydrocephalus 4. The wide genome of hydrocephalus 5. The wide genome for epilepsy 6. The complication ad errors in neurosurgery 7. Stem cells in severe spinal cord injury 8. Towards modern evaluation methods for postgraduate medical trainees Invention

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