Professor Dr. Roy RilleraMarzo is a Public Health Physician and Research Scholar. He is currently the Deputy Dean, Academic and Academic Program Head of Master in Healthcare Management under the Faculty of Medicine in Asia Metropolitan University, Malaysia. He is also handling several positions such as Deputy Head in Medical Curriculum and Assessment, Deputy Head of Medical Research and Ethics, and Deputy Head of Medical Education and Quality Assurance.
Dr Leena is Co-founder and Director of Public Health at Solutions 4 Health, a pioneering artificial intelligence, digital health, and clinical healthcare services company. She is Board Director providing strategic lead for a large portfolio of public health services, including public health nursing 0-19 (25 SEND), digital health, integrated lifestyle services, smoking cessation, children and adult weight management services (Tier 1, 2 and 3), chronic disease self-management, sexual health, physical activity and falls risk assessment across the UK. She is passionate about making a difference to the health and wellbeing of all sections of society, especially those who are disadvantaged - addressing the considerable challenge of health inequalities. She is also deeply interested in sustainability, system transformation, meaningful innovation and the impact of digital disruption, particularly using Artificial Intelligence (AI) a program that can sense, reason, act and adapt.
Professor Ilknur Tanboga was born in Eskiaehir/Turkey in 1950. She received PhD from Hacettepe University, Dentistry Faculty, Department of Pediatric Dentistry. Tanboga became a Professor of Paediatric Dentistry at Marmara University in 1994. She served as the Dean of The Marmara University, Faculty of Dentistry between 2007-2010. She is the Chair of the Association of Turkish Pediatric Dentistry. Since 1988, has been the Head of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry in Marmara University. She is dedicated to postgraduate education to qualified dentists on a wide range of subjects. She has numerous articles published in the area of special needs children and many topics. Prof Tanboga has been active in national and international Associations in Special Care in Dentistry and has made an enormous contribution to the process of having Special Care recognised as a specialty in Turkey.
Dr. Ahmed G. Hegazi is working as a professor of Microbiology & Immunology at National Research Center, Dept. Zoonotic Diseases from 2004. He also has work experience as prestigious chair in Dept. of Parasitology, National Research Center. He received many awards like Senior Scientist Prize of National Research Center (1996), National Scientific Prize in Biological Sciences (1990), The Second-Best Research Paper Award from International Congress of propolis, Bones Aires, Argentina (2000) and many more. He Conducted training courses on Clinical Microbiology, National Research Center in 1979. Awarded 2 Bronze medals from “The International Innovation Fair of the Middle East”, 23th - 26th October, 2007, Kuwait. Awarded of Ghazi Wad Allah Salon Prize, 2008 and Awarded the Merit Aware of Medical Sciences, The National Research Center, 2016. He has 230 articles in national and international scientific journals. Editor in 35 journals, Referee in the 78 International Journals, Organizer of 94 International Symposium and conferences, His publications: 230 articles in national and international scientific journals, 7 books in English language and 9 books in Arabic language. He has patent No. 28335 at 11/12/2017.
Sam Vaknin is Visiting Professor of Psychology, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia and Professor of Finance and Psychology in CIAPS (Centre for International Advanced and Professional Studies). Sam Vaknin is the author of Malignant Self-love: Narcissism Revisited and other books about personality disorders. His work is cited in hundreds of books and dozens of academic papers. He spent the past 6 years developing Cold Therapy: A treatment modality for Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD). Over the years, with dozens of volunteers, he found that it was effective with clients suffering from a major depressive episode as well.