Bonkh Dlamini | Nursing and Emergency Care | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Bonkh Dlamini | Nursing and Emergency Care | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Bonkh Dlamini, EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESCUE COLLEGE, Eswatini (Swaziland)

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ« Mr. Bonkhe Brian Dlamini is a dedicated Health Science Lecturer based in Mbabane, Eswatini. With a strong commitment to patient care and excellent communication skills, he excels in fostering teamwork and collaboration. Bonkhe holds a Master’s in Nursing from Chungnam National University, South Korea, and has published extensively on topics like patient-centered care and nursing informatics. As EMRC Research Chairman at Emergency Medical Rescue College, he oversees research activities and mentors aspiring researchers. His expertise spans SPSS and STATA analytic software, enhancing his research and teaching capabilities.

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Education

MSc in Nursing from Chungnam National University, South Korea

BSc in Nursing Science from Eswatini Medical Christian University

Professional Experience

As EMRC Research Chairman, he oversees research activities, mentors peers, and publishes in peer-reviewed journals. He also lectures at Emergency Medical Rescue College, enhancing teaching methods and conducting impactful research.

 

Research Focus

πŸ”¬ Bonkhe Brian Dlamini’s research primarily focuses on enhancing healthcare through interdisciplinary collaboration and patient-centered care. His studies explore the impact of teamwork, communication skills, and structural empowerment on nursing practice in Eswatini, aiming to improve patient outcomes. Additionally, he investigates innovative approaches like internet-based support programs for family caregivers of dementia patients during crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic. His contributions extend to developing standardized curricula for nursing informatics, emphasizing advancements in healthcare education. Bonkhe’s work integrates practical insights with academic rigor, addressing critical gaps in healthcare delivery and caregiver support. 🌐

 

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Shuo Sha | Hypertension | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Shuo Sha | Hypertension | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Shuo Sha, The First Hospital of Shanxi Medical University, China

Dr. Sha Shuo is a dedicated PhD candidate at Shanxi Medical University, specializing in Internal Medicine. She began her academic journey in August 2023 and is expected to graduate by June 2027. With a commitment to full-time study, Dr. Sha exemplifies perseverance and academic excellence in her pursuit of higher education. Her research focuses on advancing knowledge in the field of Internal Medicine, aiming to contribute significantly to healthcare innovation. πŸŽ“

 

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πŸŽ“ Education

Sha Shuo is currently pursuing her PhD in Internal Medicine at Shanxi Medical University. She joined the graduate school in August 2023 under a full-time format and is expected to graduate by June 2027.

Research Focus

Dr. Sha Shuo’s research focuses on energy-efficient automatic train operation for high-speed railways, with a particular emphasis on discrete notches and neutral sections. She investigates how these elements impact overall energy consumption and operational efficiency. By studying these factors, Dr. Sha aims to optimize train performance and energy usage, contributing to sustainable transportation solutions πŸš„. Her work integrates theoretical models with practical applications, aiming to enhance the reliability and environmental sustainability of high-speed rail networks through innovative operational strategies and technological advancements in railway systems.

 

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Energy-efficient automatic train operation for high-speed railways: Considering discrete notches and neutral sections

Makram Abou Ghaid | Medicine and Dentistry | Best Researcher Award

Makram Abou Ghaid | Medicine and Dentistry | Best Researcher Award

Dr Makram Abou Ghaida, Lebanese American University, Lebanon

Dr. Makram Abou Ghaida is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Lebanese American University (LAU) πŸš€. He earned his Doctor of Medicine from LAU in 2018 πŸŽ“ and completed a General Surgery residency at LAUMC-Rizk Hospital in 2023 πŸ₯. Dr. Abou Ghaida has a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from LAU (2014) πŸ“˜. He currently serves as a Laparoscopy Simulation Instructor and a General Surgery Moonlighter at Clemenceau Medical Center 🌟. His research interests include colorectal cancer and major vascular injuries, with several publications to his name πŸ“š. Dr. Abou Ghaida is also an active participant in medical workshops and training programs πŸ’‘.

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Dr.Makram Abou Ghaida is a distinguished medical professional currently serving as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Lebanese American University (LAU) Research Department. They obtained their Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) from the LAU Gilbert and Rose-Marie Chagoury School of Medicine, Byblos, in 2018 🩺. In 2023, Dr. [Name] completed a General Surgery residency at LAUMC-Rizk Hospital in Beirut. They hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from LAU, earned in Spring 2014 🌿. Dr. [Name]’s academic foundation was laid at Marjayoun National College (MNC), where they completed the Lebanese Baccalaureate in Life Sciences in 2011 πŸŽ“.

Experience

Dr. Makram Abou Ghaida is a dedicated Laparoscopy Simulation Instructor at the Lebanese American University, where they also supervise General Surgery Residents 🩻. They currently moonlight in the General Surgery Department at Clemenceau Medical Center 🌟. With a robust foundation in general surgery from their five-year residency at LAU πŸ₯, they also bring research prowess as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in LAU’s Research Department πŸ“Š. Dr. [Your Name] has diverse medical experience, from an elective in vascular surgery at the University of Illinois, Chicago 🏫, to extensive exposure through internships and research in colorectal cancer πŸŽ“. Their early dedication is evident from roles in Lebanese Scouts and Red Cross πŸ›‘οΈ, along with academic involvement in chemistry labs and tutoring πŸ“š.

Presentations

Dr. Makram Abou Ghaida, an esteemed member of the Lebanese Society for General Surgery, has presented pivotal surgical insights at prestigious annual conferences. In June 2023, Dr. [Your Name] addressed Idiopathic Gastroptosis and Gastroparesis 🩺, offering innovative perspectives on these challenging gastrointestinal conditions. The previous year, in June 2022, the focus was on Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome (MALS) πŸ«€, providing critical updates and treatment strategies for this rare vascular condition. Dr. [Your Name]’s contributions continue to influence the surgical field, demonstrating a commitment to advancing medical knowledge and improving patient outcomes.

Research focus

Dr. Makram Abou Ghaida’s research primarily spans vascular surgery, with significant contributions to handling major vascular injuries, particularly highlighted in the context of the Beirut Blast πŸ₯πŸ’₯. He has also explored the use of laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy for oncologic purposes, extending beyond traditional guidelines to investigate its efficacy in cancer treatment πŸ’‰πŸ”¬. Additionally, Dr. Abou Ghaida has delved into infectious diseases, as evidenced by his work on disseminated tuberculosis in patients with underlying conditions like Crohn’s disease 🧫🦠. His multidisciplinary approach reflects a robust focus on surgical innovations and complex medical cases.

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Vascular surgery experience for major vascular injuries in the Beirut Blast: Lessons learned

Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy as a First Step Procedure for Oncologic Purposes: An Indication Beyond the Updated Guidelines

A Case Report: Fatal Case of Disseminated Tuberculosis in a 24-year-old Male Patient with Crohn’s Disease

 

 

 

Nastaran Heydarikhayat | Health Professions Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Nastaran Heydarikhayat | Health Professions Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Nastaran Heydarikhayat, Iranshahr University of Medical Sciences, Iran

Dr. Nastaran Heydarikhayat is a distinguished faculty member at Iranshahr University of Medical Sciences, specializing in nursing with extensive expertise in patient safety and burn survivor care. With a doctorate from Shahid Beheshti University, her research spans qualitative studies in nursing, including the impact of COVID-19 on healthcare professionals and home care efficacy for burn survivors. Dr. Heydarikhayat has authored numerous articles in reputable journals and collaborated internationally on healthcare innovations. Recognized for her contributions, she continues to lead impactful research projects, demonstrating dedication to advancing nursing education and patient care. 🌐✨

 

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Academic and Professional Background

With a Ph.D. in nursing from Shahid Beheshti University, Heydarikhayat’s career includes impactful research on patient safety and burn survivor care. πŸ₯

 

Research Focus

Nastaran Heydarikhayat’s research spans diverse areas within nursing, emphasizing qualitative and quantitative studies focused on patient care and healthcare systems. πŸ₯ Her notable contributions include studies on burn survivor care, patient safety, and the psychological impacts of home care interventions. Through extensive clinical trials and qualitative analyses, Heydarikhayat has explored topics such as nurse-patient interactions during triage, coping strategies among medical students, and the lived experiences of nurses caring for COVID-19 patients. Her work not only enhances understanding in these critical areas but also contributes significantly to improving healthcare practices and policies. 🌟

 

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Dan Yan | Medicine and Dentistry | Best Researcher Award

Dan Yan | Medicine and Dentistry | Best Researcher AwardΒ 

Prof Dan Yan,Beijing Friendship Hospital, Capital Medical University,China

Prof. Dan Yan, Ph.D., is a leading figure in clinical pharmacy and precision medicine at Beijing Institute of Clinical Pharmacy, China. 🌟 With a robust background in traditional Chinese medicine and a Ph.D. from Chengdu University, he specializes in intelligent molecular diagnosis and combined medication for chronic metabolic diseases. 🧬 His groundbreaking research focuses on optimizing diabetes treatment, particularly exploring multi-drug combinations and personalized therapies. As a prolific author and committee member of prestigious scientific organizations, Prof. Yan is dedicated to advancing healthcare through innovative research and evidence-based practices. πŸ“šβœ¨

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Education

Prof. Dan Yan pursued an extensive educational journey at Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, culminating in a Ph.D. from 2004 to 2007. Prior to his doctoral studies, he obtained his Master of Science degree from the same institution between 2001 and 2004. Prof. Yan’s academic pursuits trace back to his undergraduate years, where he completed his Bachelor of Science degree from 1994 to 1998, laying the foundation for his subsequent advanced studies. His educational background reflects a dedicated commitment to traditional Chinese medicine, fostering a deep expertise in this field.

Research focus

Prof. Dan Yan’s research focuses on the intelligent molecular diagnosis and combined medication for chronic metabolic diseases, particularly pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes. His work leverages multi-omics approaches, such as metabolomics, to enhance early diagnosis and personalized treatment strategies. He aims to optimize drug combinations from a broad range of hypoglycemic drugs, including traditional and novel therapies. This research not only addresses the declining efficacy of long-term metformin use but also integrates pharmacoeconomics and evidence-based medicine to improve clinical outcomes in diabetes care.

 

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Structural characterization of Astragalus polysaccharide-D1 and its improvement of low-dose metformin effect by enriching Staphylococcus lentus

A systematic review on the appropriate discounting rates for the economic evaluation of gene therapies: Whether a specific approach is justified to tackle the challenges?

Antibiotic combinations prediction based on machine learning to multicentre clinical data and drug interaction correlation

Uncovering the key pharmacodynamic material basis and possible molecular mechanism of Xiaoke formulation improve insulin resistant through a comprehensive investigation

Rapid multichannel fluorescent probe assay for CYP450 inhibition screening and drug interaction monitoring

QALY-type preference and willingness-to-pay among end-of-life patients with cancer treatments: a pilot study using discrete choice experiment

Ξ²-Elemene in zedoary turmeric oil injection induces dyspnea by binding to hemoglobin and upregulating HIF-1Ξ±

Predicting coronary heart disease in Chinese diabetics using machine learning

Editorial: Benefits and risks of drug combination therapy for chronic metabolic diseases

Quality assessment and control of Shuanghuanglian Lyophilized Injection based on cell response spectrumΒ 

Zhenhan Deng | Medicine and Dentistry | Best Researcher Award

Zhenhan Deng | Medicine and Dentistry | Best Researcher Award

Dr Zhenhan Deng, The First Affiliated Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University, China

Dr. Zhenhan Deng is a distinguished orthopedic surgeon born on July 19, 1989. He currently serves as a Deputy Chief Physician at The First Affiliated Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University in China πŸ‡¨πŸ‡³. Dr. Deng completed his Ph.D. at Xiangya Hospital, CSU, and was a visiting scholar at the University of Texas Health Science Center πŸ₯. His research focuses on osteoarthritis and cartilage regeneration, supported by significant grants and notable publications πŸ“š. He has received multiple awards, including the Orthopaedic Research Society’s New Investigator Recognition Award and the Shenzhen Health Elite Talent title 🌟. For more details, visit his official website 🌐.

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Education

Deng pursued his Ph.D. in Orthopedics at Xiangya Hospital, Central South University (CSU), Hunan, China, from September 2015 to November 2018. Additionally, he was a Visiting Scholar at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, focusing on Orthopedics, from December 2016 to September 2018. Prior to his doctoral studies, Deng completed his Master of Medicine and Bachelor of Medicine degrees at Xiangya Hospital, CSU.

Work Experience

Throughout his career, Deng has held various positions in orthopedic surgery and sports medicine. He served as a Deputy Chief Physician in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at The First Affiliated Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University from December 2023 to September 2023. Prior to this, he worked as an Attending Physician in the same department. Deng also gained experience as an Attending Physician in the Department of Sports Medicine at Shenzhen Second People’s Hospital, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China, from September 2020 to September 2023, after starting as a Resident Physician in December 2018.

Awards

Deng has received numerous awards and honors for his contributions to orthopedic research and clinical practice. Notable accolades include being nominated for the Orthopaedic Research Society (ORS) New Investigator Recognition Awards (NIRA), winning the Orthopaedic Research Society (ORS) ON Foundation/ORS Orthoregeneration Award, and receiving recognition as an Outstanding Graduate of Hunan Province.

Research focus

Zhenhan Deng is an orthopaedic surgeon and researcher focused on advancing treatments for musculoskeletal conditions, particularly osteoarthritis and cartilage repair. His research encompasses the development of innovative therapies, such as microgel scaffolds, mesenchymal stem cells, and gene therapy to promote cartilage regeneration and joint repair. Deng’s work includes investigating the roles of various signaling pathways in disease progression and treatment efficacy. His projects and publications underscore his commitment to improving patient outcomes through cutting-edge, translational medical research. πŸ©ΊπŸ¦΄πŸ§¬πŸ”¬πŸ’‘πŸŒŸ

For further information, you can visit his personal work website at https://dzhdr.haodf.com/.

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  1. Electrical stimulation for pain relief in knee osteoarthritis: systematic review and network meta-analysis
    C Zeng, T Yang, Z Deng, Y Yang, Y Zhang, G Lei
    Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, 2015 – 179 citations πŸ“Š
  2. Effectiveness of continuous and pulsed ultrasound for the management of knee osteoarthritis: a systematic review and network meta-analysis
    C Zeng, H Li, T Yang, ZH Deng, Y Yang, Y Zhang, X Ding, GH Lei
    Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, 2014 – 158 citations πŸ“‰
  3. Macrophages in osteoarthritis: pathophysiology and therapeutics
    Y Chen, W Jiang, H Yong, M He, Y Yang, Z Deng, Y Li
    American Journal of Translational Research, 2020 – 118 citations 🦠
  4. Bone morphogenetic proteins for articular cartilage regeneration
    ZH Deng, YS Li, X Gao, GH Lei, J Huard
    Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, 2018 – 103 citations πŸ’‰
  5. The role of sirtuin 1 and its activator, resveratrol in osteoarthritis
    Z Deng, Y Li, H Liu, S Xiao, L Li, J Tian, C Cheng, G Zhang, F Zhang
    Bioscience Reports, 2019 – 97 citations πŸ‡
  6. Long noncoding RNAs in osteoarthritis
    J Lu, Z Deng, Y Li, G Lei
    Joint Bone Spine, 2017 – 88 citations 🧬
  7. Cartilage tissue engineering: From proinflammatory and anti‑inflammatory cytokines to osteoarthritis treatments
    S Liu, Z Deng, K Chen, S Jian, F Zhou, Y Yang, Z Fu, H Xie, J Xiong, …
    Molecular Medicine Reports, 2022 – 86 citations 🦴
  8. Is posterior tibial slope associated with noncontact anterior cruciate ligament injury?
    C Zeng, T Yang, S Wu, S Gao, H Li, Z Deng, Y Zhang, G Lei
    Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, 2016 – 81 citations πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ
  9. Characterization of a novel polyvinyl alcohol/chitosan porous hydrogel combined with bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells and its application in articular cartilage repair
    L Peng, Y Zhou, W Lu, W Zhu, Y Li, K Chen, G Zhang, J Xu, Z Deng, …
    BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 2019 – 73 citations πŸ’§
  10. Association between dietary magnesium intake and radiographic knee osteoarthritis
    C Zeng, H Li, J Wei, T Yang, Z Deng, Y Yang, Y Zhang, T Yang, G Lei
    PLoS One, 2015 – 70 citations 🍽️
  11. RhoA/ROCK pathway: implication in osteoarthritis and therapeutic targets
    Z Deng, Y Jia, H Liu, M He, Y Yang, W Xiao, Y Li
    American Journal of Translational Research, 2019 – 67 citations πŸ”¬
  12. MALAT1 promotes osteosarcoma development by targeting TGFA via MIR376A
    W Luo, H He, W Xiao, Q Liu, Z Deng, Y Lu, Q Wang, Q Zheng, Y Li
    Oncotarget, 2016 – 65 citations 🎯
  13. Alterations of amino acid metabolism in osteoarthritis: its implications for nutrition and health
    Y Li, W Xiao, W Luo, C Zeng, Z Deng, W Ren, G Wu, G Lei
    Amino Acids, 2016 – 63 citations 🍽️
  14. Modified arthroscopic Latarjet procedure: suture-button fixation achieves excellent remodeling at 3-year follow-up
    J Xu, H Liu, W Lu, Z Deng, W Zhu, L Peng, K Ouyang, H Li, D Wang
    The American Journal of Sports Medicine, 2020 – 58 citations πŸ…
  15. MicroRNA-199a-5p inhibits cisplatin-induced drug resistance via inhibition of autophagy in osteosarcoma cells
    Y Li, W Jiang, Y Hu, Z Da, C Zeng, M Tu, Z Deng, W Xiao
    Oncology Letters, 2016 – 53 citations 🚫
  16. MicroRNA-379 inhibits the proliferation, migration and invasion of human osteosarcoma cells by targetting EIF4G2
    X Xie, YS Li, WF Xiao, ZH Deng, HB He, Q Liu, W Luo
    Bioscience Reports, 2017 – 51 citations πŸ›‘οΈ
  17. MicroRNA-127-5p regulates osteopontin expression and osteopontin-mediated proliferation of human chondrocytes
    M Tu, Y Li, C Zeng, Z Deng, S Gao, W Xiao, W Luo, W Jiang, L Li, G Lei
    Scientific Reports, 2016 – 50 citations 🧫
  18. p38MAPK signaling pathway in osteoarthritis: pathological and therapeutic aspects
    Z Li, A Dai, M Yang, S Chen, Z Deng, L Li
    Journal of Inflammation Research, 2022 – 45 citations 🌑️
  19. Diet-intestinal microbiota axis in osteoarthritis: a possible role
    Y Li, W Luo, Z Deng, G Lei
    Mediators of Inflammation, 2016 – 45 citations πŸ”—
  20. Relationship between cigarette smoking and radiographic knee osteoarthritis in Chinese population: a cross-sectional study
    Y Zhang, C Zeng, H Li, T Yang, Z Deng, Y Yang, X Ding, D Xie, Y Wang, …
    Rheumatology International, 2015 – 45 citations 🚬

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Ramin Saravani | Genetic Association Study Award | Young Scientist Award

Dr. Ramin Saravani | Genetic Association Study Award | Young Scientist Award

Dr. Ramin Saravani, Zahedan University of Medical Sciences, Iran

Dr. Ramin Saravani is a highly accomplished researcher and educator in clinical biochemistry, currently serving as a Full-time Research Assistant at Zahedan University of Medical Sciences. With a Ph.D. from Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences, he excels in PCR, ELISA, and diverse molecular techniques. Recognized as a top young biochemistry researcher, he has received prestigious awards including the “Dr. Shahryari” award and “Dr. Kazemi Ashtiani Prize” research grant. Dr. Saravani’s expertise spans from teaching biochemistry with clarity to pioneering research in molecular biology, earning him global recognition as one of the top 2% scientists worldwide. πŸŽ“πŸ”¬

 

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Dr. Ramin Saravani embarked on his academic journey with a Bachelor of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the University of Sistan and Balouchestan, showcasing his early commitment to the biological sciences. Building upon this foundation, he pursued a Master of Science in Clinical Biochemistry at Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, excelling with a perfect GPA. His academic prowess culminated in a Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Biochemistry from Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences, where he maintained another perfect GPA. πŸ“š Throughout his educational endeavors, Dr. Saravani demonstrated a relentless pursuit of knowledge and a passion for understanding the intricacies of biochemical processes.

 

Experience

Dr. Ramin Saravani has contributed significantly to academia and research, serving as a Full-time Research Assistant at Zahedan University of Medical Sciences since April 2019. In this role, he continues to delve into the complexities of biochemistry, pushing the boundaries of scientific understanding. Prior to this, from September 2015 to March 2017, he shared his expertise as an Invited Lecturer at the Zahedan Branch of Islamic Azad University. πŸŽ“ Through his lectures, Dr. Saravani not only disseminated knowledge but also inspired the next generation of scientists. His dual roles reflect his dedication to both advancing research and nurturing budding minds in the field of biochemistry.

 

Awards

Dr. Ramin Saravani has garnered esteemed recognition for his groundbreaking contributions to medical research, earning prestigious awards and grants. In 2022, he was honored with the esteemed “Dr. Shahryari” award by Iran’s National Elites Foundation, highlighting his excellence as a Young Research Assistant. Continuing his trajectory of success, Dr. Saravani was bestowed with the distinguished “Dr. Kazemi Ashtiani Prize” research grant in 2024, a testament to his exceptional achievements as a Young Scientist. Additionally, he received the early career research grant from the National Institute for Medical Research Development in the same year, underscoring his status as a promising researcher in the field. πŸ…

 

Research Focus

Dr. Ramin Saravani’s research focus lies at the intersection of nanotechnology and medical science. 🧬 His extensive work encompasses the development and application of nanomaterials and nanoparticles in various aspects of biomedical research, including cancer therapy, diagnosis, and drug delivery systems. His contributions span a wide range of topics, from the synthesis and characterization of novel nanomaterials to their effectiveness in treating specific diseases such as breast carcinoma and inflammatory bowel disease. Through his innovative research endeavors, Dr. Saravani is paving the way for advancements in nanomedicine, offering promising solutions for tackling complex medical challenges.

 

Xintian Shao | Pharmaceutical Science Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Xintian Shao | Pharmaceutical Science Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Xintian Shao, Shandong First Medical University & Shandong Academy of Medical Sciences, China

Dr. Xintian Shao earned her PhD in Microbiology and Biochemical Pharmacy from Shandong University, China, under the guidance of Prof. Peixue Ling. She expanded her expertise as a Visiting Scholar in Cancer Biology at the University of Cincinnati, USA, mentored by Prof. Jiajie Diao. Currently serving as an Associate Professor at Shandong First Medical University, her research has yielded 10 impactful publications and secured numerous grants. With two patents to her name, she’s been honored with prestigious awards including the Shandong Medical Science and Technology Award and the Science and Technology Award of Shandong Pharmaceutical Association.

 

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Education and Academic Achievements πŸ“šπŸ…

Dr. Xintian Shao completed her PhD in Microbiology and Biochemical Pharmacy at the School of Pharmacy, Shandong University, China, under the guidance of Prof. Peixue Ling. She further enriched her expertise as a visiting scholar in Cancer Biology at the University of Cincinnati, USA, mentored by Prof. Jiajie Diao. Her prolific research has resulted in 10 publications, including notable contributions to journals such as Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews and Advanced Science. With multiple patents and prestigious grants to her credit, she has earned recognition including the Shandong Medical Science and Technology Award (2021) and the Science and Technology Award of Shandong Pharmaceutical Association (2022).

Work Experience πŸ’Ό

Dr. Xintian Shao has served as an Associate Professor at the School of Life Sciences, Shandong First Medical University & Shandong Academy of Medical Sciences, China. Her role involves not only teaching and mentorship but also continued research contributions in her field.

Research Focus

Dr. Xintian Shao’s research primarily focuses on subcellular imaging and targeted drug delivery systems. Her work delves into the intricate dynamics of organelle interactions, particularly within mitochondria and lysosomes, employing cutting-edge super-resolution imaging techniques. She explores novel methods for visualizing drug molecules within living organisms, enhancing our understanding of drug distribution and efficacy. With a keen interest in membrane biology and organelle-specific targeting, her contributions shed light on fundamental cellular processes and hold promise for advancements in drug delivery and therapeutics.

Publication Top NotesΒ 

  1. “Single-organelle localization-based super-resolution imaging for subcellular molecules micro-dynamics” by Fang, G. et al., Coordination Chemistry Reviews, 2024.
  2. “Enhanced optical imaging and fluorescent labeling for visualizing drug molecules within living organisms” by Sun, T. et al., Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica B, 2024.
  3. “Mitochondrial nucleoid condensates drive peripheral fission through high membrane curvature” by Chen, Q. et al., Cell Reports, 2023.
    Cited by: 1
  4. “Graphene Oxide Nanosheets Induce Mitochondrial Fragmentation by Cutting through Membrane” by Shao, X. et al., ACS Materials Letters, 2023.
    Cited by: 4
  5. “Subcellular visualization: Organelle-specific targeted drug delivery and discovery” by Shao, X. et al., Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, 2023.
    Cited by: 7
  6. “Recent advances in fluorescent probes of peroxynitrite: Structural, strategies and biological applications” by Sun, J. et al., Theranostics, 2023.
    Cited by: 8
  7. “Single Image Capture of Bioactive Ion Crosstalk within Inter-Organelle Membrane Contacts at Nanometer Resolution” by Fang, G. et al., Small Methods, 2022.
    Cited by: 8
  8. “Lysosome-Targeted Biosensor for the Super-Resolution Imaging of Lysosome–Mitochondrion Interaction” by Wang, H. et al., Frontiers in Pharmacology, 2022.
    Cited by: 4
  9. “Super-resolution image-based tracking of drug distribution in mitochondria of a label-free naturally derived drug molecules” by Wei, Y. et al., Chemical Engineering Journal, 2022.
    Cited by: 19
  10. “Prefused lysosomes cluster on autophagosomes regulated by VAMP8” by Chen, Q. et al., Cell Death and Disease, 2021.
    Cited by: 24

 

 

Kruti Chaliawala | Health Professions Award | United States

Dr. Kruti Chaliawala | Health Professions Award | United States

Dr. Kruti Chaliawala, University of Cincinnati, United States

Dr. Kruti Chaliawala is a dedicated researcher and educator in health education and promotion, with a Ph.D. in Health Education from the University of Cincinnati. Specializing in sexual health and psychological well-being, she has made significant contributions to understanding the challenges faced by international students. Her research spans topics such as adverse childhood experiences, alcoholism, and psychopathology. As an adjunct faculty member and graduate assistant, she has taught various undergraduate and graduate courses, empowering students to navigate complex health issues. Dr. Chaliawala’s commitment to holistic health education πŸ“š and multicultural proficiency 🌍 shines through her work.

 

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EDUCATION

Dr. Kruti Chaliawala is an accomplished scholar with a diverse educational background spanning multiple disciplines. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Health Education from the University of Cincinnati, where her research focused on the intricate balance of international students’ sexual health and psychological well-being. With a Master of Sciences in Wellness Management and a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology from the University of Central Oklahoma, Kruti has delved into areas such as sexual health among South-Asian international students and physiological measures of antisocial behavior within psychopathy. Her Bachelor’s degrees in Forensic Science and Criminal Justice, coupled with an internship at the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office, reflect her commitment to understanding and addressing complex societal issues. Driven by a passion for education and research, Kruti’s journey exemplifies a dedication to interdisciplinary inquiry and societal impact. πŸŽ“

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

As a Graduate Assistant at the University of Cincinnati, Dr. Kruti Chaliawala has been at the forefront of impactful research endeavors 🌟. Working under the guidance of Dr. Rebecca A. Vidourek, she has contributed significantly to public health initiatives. Her investigations into the correlation between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and alcoholism among Hispanic adults have enriched our understanding of the psychosocial factors influencing alcohol use disorders. Notably, her pivotal role in a groundbreaking study on the sexual health of international students has shed light on their unique challenges, advocating for tailored interventions. Through co-authoring presentations and employing advanced statistical techniques, Kruti has amplified the rigor and validity of research findings, promoting interdisciplinary collaboration and dissemination of critical insights. πŸ“Š

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Dr. Kruti Chaliawala has been an integral part of the academic community at the University of Cincinnati, serving as a Graduate Assistant in Health Education and Promotion. Through her role, she has passionately imparted knowledge in health education and public health to both undergraduate and graduate students πŸ“š. Her commitment to holistic education is evident in her diverse course offerings, ranging from introductory subjects like Public Health and Personal Health to specialized topics such as Mental Health Issues and Human Sexuality. Kruti’s teaching extends beyond the classroom, nurturing students to understand themselves, society, and the environment, fostering personal and professional growth. 🌱

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

During her internship as a Sexual Health Ambassador at the Women’s Research Center and BGLTQ+ Student Center at the University of Central Oklahoma, Kruti Chaliawala fervently advocated for sex positivity and education 🌟. Serving as a panelist for the Asian American Student Association Sexual Health Panel, she spearheaded various initiatives to raise awareness about sexual health among both domestic and international students. One notable event, the BYOB (Bring your Blanket) gathering, provided a unique platform under the starry night for students to learn about contraceptive methods and sexual health resources, highlighting the needs of international students often overlooked in campus administration. As a Service Desk Specialist I at the Department of Information Technology, Chambers Library, Kruti demonstrated exemplary customer service while efficiently resolving IT issues, contributing to a smoother workflow. πŸ’»

 

RESEARCH FOCUS

Kruti Chaliawala’s research encompasses a diverse range of topics within the realm of public health and psychology 🧠. Her work delves into critical areas such as sexual health knowledge and behaviors among South-Asian international students, the prevalence of bullying among Asian youth, and physiological measures of antisocial behavior within psychopathy. Additionally, she has explored school factors associated with e-cigarette use among Hispanic youth and the social, psychological, demographic, and trauma-related factors linked to daily tobacco use among emerging adults. Through her multidisciplinary approach, Kruti contributes valuable insights to understanding and addressing complex issues affecting diverse populations, fostering healthier communities. πŸ“Š

 

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Mulualem Gete Feleke | Adult health nursing | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Mulualem Gete Feleke | Adult health nursing | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Mulualem Gete Feleke, Wolaita Sodo University, Ethiopia

πŸ‘¨β€βš•οΈ Mr. Mulualem Gete Feleke, an Ethiopian adult health nursing specialist, boasts over 6 years of diverse experience in clinical and academic settings. With a BSc in Nursing from Debremarkos University and an MSC in Adult Health Nursing from Bahir Dar University, he has contributed significantly to medical, surgical, and pediatric care. His expertise includes ICU and OR units. Passionate about research, he has authored numerous publications addressing critical healthcare issues in Ethiopia. Beyond work, he enjoys hobbies like reading, football, photography, and cooking. His dedication to compassionate healthcare is evident through his extensive training and professional contributions. πŸ₯πŸ“šπŸ”¬

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Education:

Mr. Mulualem Gete Feleke pursued his educational journey with dedication and excellence. πŸŽ“ Graduating from Debremarkos University in 2015 with a BSc in Nursing, he achieved a commendable CGPA of 3.35, laying a strong foundation for his career in healthcare. Continuing his academic pursuit, he obtained an MSC in Adult Health Nursing from Bahir Dar University in 2020, further enriching his expertise with a remarkable CGPA of 3.71. πŸ“š These academic achievements reflect his commitment to continuous learning and professional growth, equipping him with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in his roles as a nurse and educator.

Professional experience:

Mr. Mulualem Gete Feleke garnered hands-on experience in diverse medical settings, including emergencies and critical care. Transitioning to academia, he spent over three years as a lecturer at Wolaita Sodo University, imparting his knowledge and skills to the next generation of healthcare professionals. πŸ₯ His dual roles have provided him with a comprehensive understanding of both clinical practice and educational methodologies, enabling him to contribute effectively to patient care and the development of future nurses. πŸ“š

Research Focus:

Mr. Mulualem Gete Feleke’s research focus lies in the intersection of chronic conditions and lifestyle factors, particularly in the realm of diabetes management. 🩺 His study on the “Magnitude of high body mass index and its associated factors among adult type 2 diabetes mellitus patients attending follow-up clinics at hospitals in Wolaita Zone, Southern Ethiopia” sheds light on the significant impact of obesity on diabetic patients in the region. πŸ“Š Through meticulous investigation and analysis, Mr. Feleke aims to enhance understanding and promote effective interventions to address the complex interplay between obesity and diabetes, ultimately improving patient outcomes and healthcare practices.

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