1999 S. Bascom Avenue, Suite 700, Campbell, CA, 95008, USA
Atanas G. Atanasov´sPhD
Department of Pharmacognosy
University of Vienna Address:Austria
Dr. Atanas G. Atanasov´s research focuses on molecular mechanisms
of pharmacological action in the context of inflammation and
cardiometabolic disease, and natural product-based drug discovery.
Since 2008, he is a senior researcher at Department of
Pharmacognosy, University of Vienna, where he was actively
involved in the execution of the Austrian national network “Drugs
From Nature Targeting Inflammation” (DNTI), a collaborative
research project which has been financed with >3 000 000 Euro from
the Austrian Science Fund. In recognition of his overall
achievements, Dr. Atanasov has been awarded in 2012 with “Focus of
Excellence” fellowship by the Faculty of Life Sciences, University
of Vienna. In addition to traditional ways for scientific
dissemination (peer reviewed research publications, conference
contributions etc.), Dr. Atanasov has been very successful in
respect of direct science communication in the Social Media
(KloutScore = 78).
Molecular mechanisms of pharmacological action
Cell signalling and regulatory pathways relevant for inflammation
and cardiometabolic disease
Discovery and characterisation of novel bioactivities of natural
Use of small molecules as tools for biological systems
manipulation and basic research (chemical biology).
Helmerich Advanced Technology Research Center
Oklahoma State University Address:USA
Dr. Mehdi Razavi joined as a Research Scholar to Helmerich Advanced Technology Research Center at Oklahoma State University (OSU) from 2013 to 2014. He received his PhD in Biomaterials from Isfahan University of Technology/Isfahan University of Medical Sciences in 2014, MS in Materials Engineering from Isfahan University of Technology in 2010 and BS in Materials Engineering from Isfahan University of Technology in 2008. As one of his research honors, the Graduate Committee at Isfahan University of Technology distinguished Dr. Razavi as the author of Best PhD Thesis in 2011-2014. Dr. Razavi is an accomplished researcher in the field of Biomaterials science, focusing on Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, In vitro studies, In vivo animal models, 3D scaffold design, Cell Biology, Surface and Biointerface science, Bio-corrosion engineering, Biomechanical studies, and Biodegradable metals and using this knowledge to develop advanced materials for wound therapies. Dr. Razavi also serves as the author, reviewer and member of the editorial boards of numerous recognized international journals.
Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
In vitro studies
In vivo animal models
3D scaffold design
Surface and Biointerface science
University of Science & Technology Address:Beijing, China
Hongwu Du, Ph.D., holds faculty appointment of systems biology at the University of Science and Technology Beijing since 2007, and serves the Deputy Chair with the Key Laboratory of Bioengineering & Biosensing of Beijing which he founded in China in 2012. Prior to taking up his tenure position at USTB, he was a Senior Scientist at the National Engineering Research Center for Beijing Biochip Technology (2000-2006), and served in a variety of senior positions in high-tech and listed company.
He is the author of numerous articles on systems biology both for technology development and clinical application, also principal investigator for some important projects including Pesticide residues in wheat, Mycotoxins antibody preparation and testing systems, Screening drug target for autoimmune diseases, Identification of exogenous growth hormone, New hMGF interacting proteins mediated screening and molecular mechanisms of muscle regeneration, Detection of doping, Human Growth Hormone subtype-specific monoclonal antibody and trace Detection, rhEPO and rhGH detection method etc.
Pesticide residues in wheat
Mycotoxins antibody preparation and testing systems
Screening drug target for autoimmune diseases
Identification of exogenous growth hormone
New hMGF interacting proteins mediated screening and molecular mechanisms of muscle regeneration
Detection of doping
Human Growth Hormone subtype-specific monoclonal antibody and trace Detection RhEPO and rhGH detection method etc.
State Key Laboratory of Molecular Oncology Address:Beijing
JieMa is a ProfessorofImunology,State Key Laboratory of
now.AssociateProfessorofImunology,State Key Laboratory of