Dr. Hiroshi Ohrui has completed his PhD in Organic Chemistry at the University of Tokyo and postdoctoral studies at Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research (Dr. J. J. Foxâ€™s Lab.) and at Syntex Research (Dr. J. G. Moffattâ€™s Lab.). He worked for Riken and Tohoku University and now a specially appointed professor of Yokohama University of Pharmacy. He has received several awards including The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry Award and Japan Academy Prize. His interest in science covers synthetic organic chemistry and chiral discrimination.
Hiroshi Ohrui (Research Area)
Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research (Dr. J. J. Foxâ€™s Lab.) and at Syntex Research (Dr. J. G. Moffattâ€™s Lab.).
Ahmed Hegazi is currently a Professor of Microbiology and Immunology in the National Research Center, Egypt. Prof. Hegazi received his masterâ€™s degree in 1979 and his PhD in 1981. Hegazi's research work has been focused lately on bee products and their therapeutic effects. Hegazi organized and contributed to national and international research projects since 1977 and up till now; he has been the principal investigator on multiple research projects within the National Research Center. He has published 222 scientific papers and articles in national and international journals. He also served on the board of multiple national and international scientific journals. Dr. Hegazi is also the president of the Egyptian Environmental Society for Uses and Production of Bee Products, secretary of the Egyptian Society of Apitherapy, secretary general of the African Federation of Apiculture Associations, and a member of the International Apitherapy Commission (APIMONDIA)
Ahmed G Hegazi(Research Area)
Prof. Hegazi's research work has been focused lately on bee products and their therapeutic effects.
Cyclocarya paliurus (Batal.) Ijinskaja (CP) is a monotypic genus plant, also called sweet tea tree that belongs to the Juglandaceae family, which is mainly distributed in the subtropical highlands in China. Our previâ€‘ ous work has verifed that CP leaves exhibit a potent hyperglycemic efect by inhibiting pancreatic Î² cell apoptosis through the regulation of MPAK and Akt signaling pathways. However, the components that contribute to this potenâ€‘ tial health beneft remain undiscovered.
Zhao-xiang Bian(Research Area)
The pharmacokinetic parameters of each compound can facilitate future clinical studies.
Dr. Uqbah Iqbal is a Socioeconomic Researcher at Research for Social Advancement. Winning Second Place in Malaysian Historical Essay Writing Competition 2013, he was the recipient of Research University Fellowship Scheme, Graduate on Time Award and Outstanding Student Award from Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities as well as the Youngest Ph.D. in History Holder and the only Malaysian achieved a Ph.D. in History in conjunction with the 43rd Convocation of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. He's authoring notable books/ebooks such as The Historical Development of the Malay Nationalism Before Independence, The Historical Development of the Malay Society Economic Nature During Pre-Colonial Era, The Historical Development of British Investment in Malaya Before the Second World War, The Historical Development of Foreign Investment in the Formation of the Malaysian Economy and Sejarah Pemikiran Pandang Ke Timur: Kepentingan Jepun Dalam Pembangunan Sosio-Ekonomi Malaysia (1906-1980). His publications have appeared in a wide range of international and national journals such as TAWARIKH, SUSURGALUR, Management and Administrative Sciences Review, Social and Basic Sciences Research Review, Jurnal Kemanusiaan, Jurnal Sejarah, Jurnal Pengajian Melayu, Jebat, International Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research, Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences, Asian Social Science and Geografia. He's also actively in the editorial board such as Asian Social Science, International Journal of Art and Literature, International Journal of Archaeology and History, American Journal of Social Sciences, Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, History Research and Pratidhwani the Echo. Through his involvement as a reviewer with the Nonfiction Authors Association, 15 of his reviewed books received Awards.
Uqbah Iqbal (Research Area)
, he was the recipient of Research University Fellowship Scheme,
Dr. Giulio Tarro graduated from Medicine School, Naples University (1962). Research Associate, Division of Virology and Cancer Research, Childrenâ€™s Hospital (1965-1968), Assistant Professor of Research Pediatrics, College Medicine (1968-1969), Cincinnati University, Ohio. Oncological Virology Professor, Naples University (1972-1985). Chief Division Virology (1973-2003), Head Department Diagnostic Laboratories, (2003-2006). D. Cotugno Hospital for Infectious Diseases, Naples; Emeritus, 2006 -. Since 2007 Chairman Committee of Bio technologies and Virus Sphere, World Academy Biomedical Technologies, UNESCO, Adjunct Professor Department Biology, Temple University, College of Science and Technology, Philadelphia, recipient of the Sbarro Health Research Organization lifetime achievement award (2010). His researches have been concerned with the characterization of specific virus-induced tumor antigens, which were the "finger-prints" left behind in human cancer. Achievements include patents in field; discovery of Respiratory Syntactical Virus in infant deaths in Naples and of tumor liberated protein as a tumor associated antigen, 55 kilodalton protein over expressed in lung tumors and other epithelial adenocarcinoma.
Giulio Filippo Tarro(Research Area)
Murine Virology Antiviral Chemotherapy Antiviral Chemotherapy Effects of inhibitors on viraI Studies on the role of herpesviruses in cancer Tumor immunology Pathology of AIDS