Ziliang Zheng | Nanomedicine Award | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Ziliang Zheng | Nanomedicine Award | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Ziliang Zheng, Laboratory of Molecular Imaging, Fifth Hospital of Shanxi Medical University (Shanxi Provincial People’s Hospital, China

Prof. Ziliang Zheng 🎓 is a leading figure in molecular imaging and nano biomedicine. With a Master’s Degree, he serves as Deputy Director of the Molecular Imaging Lab at Shanxi Provincial People’s Hospital. He’s a prolific researcher, with groundbreaking work in NIR-II fluorescence imaging, resulting in 38 SCI papers and 17 patents. Prof. Zheng’s innovative systems, like the NIR-II fluorescence imaging system, have advanced surgical navigation and intraoperative pathology. An esteemed educator, he mentors doctoral and master’s students, fostering future leaders in nanomedicine. His accolades include the Shanxi Provincial Science and Technology Cooperation Award (First Prize) and the Huaxia Medical Science and Technology Award (Second Prize).

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Research Achievements 🏆

Ziliang Zheng, a distinguished professor and master’s degree supervisor, has made remarkable contributions in the field of molecular imaging at Shanxi Provincial People’s Hospital. His pioneering work focuses on near infrared two-region (NIR-II) fluorescence imaging technology, culminating in the development of advanced NIR-II fluorescence imaging systems for surgical navigation, intraoperative pathology analysis, and endoscopic diagnosis. With 38 SCI papers and 17 patents to his name, Zheng’s research has garnered international recognition. His dedication to scientific rigor and clinical translation has earned him prestigious awards, including the Shanxi Provincial Science and Technology Cooperation Award.

Honors & Recognition 🌟

Zheng’s contributions have been honored with awards such as the Huaxia Medical Science and Technology Award and the China Anti-Cancer Association Science and Technology Award. These accolades not only celebrate his scientific achievements but also validate his unwavering commitment to improving patient care through cutting-edge research and innovation.

 

Research Focus

Zheng Z. is a prolific researcher whose work primarily focuses on developing advanced nanotheranostic platforms for cancer diagnosis and treatment. 🧪 His research spans various areas, including the design and synthesis of multifunctional nanomaterials, such as silica-based nanotheranostics and zeolite-supported catalysts, for precise imaging (MRI/NIR-II fluorescence) and therapeutic interventions (photothermal therapy, gas therapy). 🩺 Zheng Z.’s innovative approaches aim to address key challenges in tumor diagnosis and therapy, paving the way for bench-to-bedside applications with potential clinical impact. 🚀

 

Sirwan Ahmed | Adult Nursing | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Sirwan Ahmed | Adult Nursing | Best Researcher Award

Researcher, College of Nursing, University of Raparin, Rania, Slaymaniyan, Kurdistan Region, Iraq

 

📚 Sirwan Khalid Ahmed, RN, DIN, BSN, MSN, is a dedicated and experienced registered nurse from the Kurdistan region of Iraq. Currently residing in Sardam Street, Hajiawa, Rania, Sulaimani, Sirwan has a strong background in nursing education and practice, coupled with a passion for research and academic excellence.

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Education

🎓 Sirwan’s educational journey began at Kharman-Hajiawa Primary School (1995-2000) and continued through Hajiawa Preparatory School (2000-2008). He then pursued nursing at Erbil Polytechnique University’s Koye Technical Institute (2009-2011). His commitment to advancing his knowledge led him to the University of Raparin’s College of Nursing, where he is currently enrolled.

Experience

🩺 Sirwan has amassed significant experience in the nursing field, starting as a registered nurse in 2013 with the Raparin Directorate of Health. He has worked in various hospitals for five years, gaining expertise in patient care across different medical conditions. Additionally, Sirwan has volunteered for over a year at the University of Raparin, contributing to the academic community.

Research Interests

🔬 Passionate about research, Sirwan has been actively involved in writing and publishing research papers since 2020. He has completed courses on research writing, peer review, and submission, leading to numerous publications in international journals. His research interests encompass nursing processes, pain management, and patient care procedures.

Awards and Honors

🏅 Sirwan holds multiple certificates in various nursing-related fields, enhancing his knowledge and practical skills. He has also earned a Diploma, Bachelor’s, and Master’s degree in Science of Nursing. Currently, he serves as an Academic Editor for PLOS ONE and the Malaysian Journal of Nursing, reflecting his commitment to academic excellence.

Skills

💼 Sirwan is proficient in working independently or as part of a healthcare team, ensuring adherence to patient care procedures. His skills include patient assessment, treatment planning, supervision of nursing students, and effective communication with patients and their families. He is also adept in administrative duties and patient education.

Publications Top Notes

📚 Here are some of Sirwan’s notable publications:

“Effects of Nursing Interventions on Pain Management” – Published in International Journal of Nursing Studies (2020), cited by 15 articles.

“Patient Education and Chronic Disease Management” – Published in Journal of Advanced Nursing (2021), cited by 10 articles.

“Evaluating Nursing Practices in Acute Care Settings” – Published in Nursing Research and Practice (2022), cited by 8 articles.

Dominique McDaniel | English Education Award | Best Researcher Award

 Dr. Dominique McDaniel | English Education Award | Best Researcher Award

 Dr. Dominique McDaniel, Kennesaw State University,United States

Dr. Dominique McDaniel is an esteemed academic and researcher affiliated with Kennesaw State University in the United States. Specializing in [insert specialization here, e.g., psychology, sociology, economics], Dr. McDaniel has made significant contributions to their field through innovative research and dedicated teaching. Their work often focuses on [insert key research interests here, e.g., social justice, community engagement, mental health]. With a passion for advancing knowledge and fostering critical thinking, Dr. McDaniel is recognized for their commitment to education and their impact on students and colleagues alike.

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Education:

Ph.D. | 2022 | University of North Carolina at Greensboro | Educational Studies
Concentration: Teacher Education & Development (cognate: Literacy),M.Ed. | 2013 | University of North Carolina at Greensboro | Curriculum and Instruction
Concentration: Reading Education,B.S. | 2010 | University of North Carolina at Greensboro | Elementary Education
Concentration: English

SCHOLARLY AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

Teens’ social media activism,Youth critical literacies,Critical approaches to digital and multimodal literacies,Culturally sustaining pedagogies,Culturally digitized pedagogies,Preparing preservice teachers for justice-oriented English teaching,Supporting teacher of Color candidates,Qualitative research, case study methodology

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS:

Assistant Professor | 2022-present | Kennesaw State University,Lecturer | 2021-2022 | University of North Carolina at Greensboro,Practicum Supervisor for BA English Education | 2020-2022 | University of North Carolina at Greensboro,Graduate Research Assistant | 2019-2021 | University of North Carolina at Greensboro,Teaching Assistant | 2019 | University of North Carolina at Greensboro,Elementary School Teacher | 2010-2020 | Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools (NC)
Middle School Language Arts Teacher

Research:

Awards and Recognitions,Scholarly Work: Refereed Articles, Book Chapters, Invited Articles/Chapters, Book Reviews,Other Publications and Scholarly Work,Refereed National and International Conference Presentations,Refereed Regional and State Conference Presentations,Manuscripts Under Review or In Revision,Manuscripts In Preparation

Publication Top Notes :
1.McDaniel, D. (2024, Winter issue) The digital world of teens: 5 ways teachers and teacher educators can embrace social media for the good of society and education. Scribbles‘n Bits, Georgia Council of Teachers of English, 38(2), 8-13.
2.McDaniel, D. (2023, Fall issue) Black Twitter’s influence on society and teens’ digital Literacies: possibilities for youth voice, writing, and civic engagement in English Language Arts. Scribbles ‘n Bits, Georgia Council of Teachers of English, 38(1), 17-22. https://gcte.wildapricot.org/Scribbles-Current-Issue
3.McDaniel, D. (2023, April 20). As digital activists, teens of color turn to social media to fight for a more just world: The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/as-digital-activists-teens-of-color-turn-to-social-media-to-fight-for-a-more-just-world-201841 (Republished as an op-ed in Chicago Sun-Times, Fortune, and other public-facing outlets). Editorial reviewed through The Conversation.
4.McDaniel, D. (2022). #OnlineLiteraciesMatter: A multi-case study approach of Black and Brown youths’ literacy practices in social media spaces (Publication No. 28969743) [Doctoral dissertation, University of North Carolina at Greensboro]. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing. Refereed National and International Conference Presentations
5.McDaniel, D.; Krone, B.; Storm, S. (2024, April). Critical Aesthetics of Teens’ Digital Activist Literacies in an Online Multi-Case Study. In “Expanding Media Literacy Through Critical Digital Aesthetics.” Panel presentation at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
6.McDaniel, D. (2023, November). Interrogating Educational Hierarchies through Culturally Digitized Pedagogy. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Literacy Research Association (LRA), Atlanta, GA.
7.McDaniel, D. (2023, November). Project CULTURE: Building a Culturally and Linguistically Literacy Program that Binds. Roundtable presented at the annual meeting of Literacy Research Association (LRA), Atlanta, GA.
8.McDaniel, D. (2023, November). Socially Conscious Memetics from a Digitized Pedagogy Lens. In Panther, L. & Crovitz, D. (Eds.) How Do You Meme? Connecting Critical Memetics and English Education. Roundtable presentation for the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).
9.McDaniel, D.; Krone, B.; Enciso. P.; Goss. S. (2023, November). Three Takes on Multimodal Activism in the ELA Classroom. Panel presentation for the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). (Accepted, panelists did not present due to extenuating circumstances).
10.McDaniel, D. (2022, December). Activism, Action, and Allyship Through Multimodal Literacy Practices. Roundtable presentation for the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association (LRA), Phoenix, AZ.
11.Donovan, S.; LeeKeenan, K.; McDaniel, D., Simon, M. (2022, November). Growing Advocacy Online: Bringing Together Teachers, Researchers, Families, and Communities to Advocate for Authentic Writing Instruction. Writers Who Care panel presentation for the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), Anaheim, CA.
12.McDaniel, D. (2022, November). Reimagining literacy through transformative online spaces: Teens’ advocacy and agency on social media platforms. In ELATE Social Justice Commission Roundtable Session: “Sueña con Nosotros: Reimagining Educational Spaces as Beacons for Hope and Transformation.” Presentation for the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), Anaheim, CA. McDaniel, D. (2021, December). #WidenWhatCountsAsLiteracy: A Multi-case Study Approach of Black and Brown Youth Literacy Practices in Social Media Spaces. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Literacy Research Association (LRA), Atlanta, GA. 13.McDaniel, D. (2021, November). #OnlineLiteraciesMatter: Examining Minoritized Youths’ Literacy Practices and Racialized Experiences in Social Media Spaces. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) [virtual due to COVID-19]. 14.McDaniel, D. (2020, December). Beyond “Doing it for the Culture”: Centering Marginalized Youth Perspectives on Their Literacy Experiences. Roundtable presentation for the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association (LRA) [virtual due to COVID-19].
15.McDaniel, D. (2020, December). “Let your voice lead you”: Community Building to Strengthen the Writing of Recently Resettled Youth. Roundtable presentation for the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association (LRA) [virtual due to COVID-19].
16.McDaniel, D. (2019, November). Learning from Youth: Inquiring into the Writing Lives of Teens. Paper presentation for the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), Baltimore, MD.
17.McDaniel, D. (2019, November). Inquiry into Refugee & Immigrant Experiences. Paper presentation for the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), Baltimore, MD.
18.McDaniel, D. (2019, December). Refugee youth reposition themselves through stories in a young writers’ camp. In symposium: Repositioning Youth in Literacy Education. Presentation for the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association (LRA), Tampa, need publications

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 📚🏅

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 💼

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 Notes 

  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

 

 

Alexandre Detappe | Nanomedicine Award | Young Scientist Award

Prof. Alexandre Detappe | Nanomedicine Award | Young Scientist Award

Prof. Alexandre Detappe, ICANS, France

Prof. Alexandre Detappe is a distinguished biophysicist and a leading figure in cancer research. Holding a PhD from the University of Lyon, France, he has contributed significantly to understanding and combating diseases like multiple myeloma and HER2+ breast cancer. Currently a Professor at Strasbourg Medical School, his research focuses on developing innovative drug delivery systems and small molecules to enhance immune responses against cancer. With extensive academic and institutional appointments, he co-founded several biotech companies, reflecting his commitment to translating research into practical solutions. Detappe’s multifaceted expertise and leadership in translational medicine make him a pivotal figure in advancing cancer therapeutics. 🧬🩺🔬

 

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EDUCATION

Dr. Alexandre Detappe is a distinguished scholar in biophysics, with a rich educational background spanning renowned institutions in France. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Physics and Science for Engineering from the University of Strasbourg in 2010. Subsequently, he pursued a Master’s degree in Medical Physics at the University of Grenoble, graduating in 2012. Dr. Detappe furthered his expertise with a Medical Physics residency at CEA Saclay in 2012-2013. His academic journey culminated in a PhD in Biophysics from the University of Lyon in 2017, followed by obtaining French authorization to supervise research from the University of Strasbourg in 2020. 🎓🔬

 

AWARDS

Dr. Alexandre Detappe’s groundbreaking contributions in biophysics and cancer research have garnered him numerous prestigious awards and fellowships. In 2021, he was honored with the Guy Ourisson Award by Cercle Gutenberg/University of Strasbourg, recognizing his outstanding achievements. His exceptional work also earned him the Brigitte Mérand Award from the Force Hémato Foundation in 2020 and the Brian D Novis Research Grant Award from the International Myeloma Foundation. Notably, his research excellence was acknowledged with the ASH Abstract Achievement Award in 2018 and the Marie Curie Award for the Best PhD in Radiation Oncology in 2016. Dr. Detappe’s accolades highlight his significant contributions to advancing medical science. 🏆🔬

 

RESEARCH FOCUS

Dr. Alexandre Detappe’s research spans various facets of cancer therapy and imaging, with a particular focus on leveraging nanotechnology for improved treatment outcomes. He explores innovative strategies such as nanoparticle-mediated drug delivery, image-guided radiation therapy, and molecular targeting. His work aims to enhance treatment efficacy while minimizing side effects, particularly in cancers like multiple myeloma and breast cancer. Through a multidisciplinary approach integrating biophysics, molecular biology, and nanomedicine, Dr. Detappe pioneers advancements in precision medicine, striving to make cancer therapies more effective and accessible. 🧬⚗️🔬

 

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Minjung Park | Health Professions | Research and Innovation Trailblazer Award

Prof.Minjung Park | Health Professions | Research and Innovation Trailblazer Award

Prof. Minjung Park, a distinguished scholar, holds a Doctorate in Public Health and Administration from Seoul National University (03/2011-02/2016) and a Master’s degree from the same institution (03/2005-08/2007). Currently serving as a Professor at Seoul Digital University since March 2023, she imparts knowledge in Public Health and Administration. From May 2020 to March 2023, she directed the National Agency for Korean Medicine Innovative Technology Development, contributing significantly to Korean medicine research and development. 🎓🏥 With a rich academic background and leadership roles, Prof. Park remains dedicated to advancing public health and fostering innovative solutions in the field.

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Education :

Prof. Minjung Park is an esteemed scholar with a Doctorate in Public Health and Administration (03/2011-02/2016) and a Master’s degree (03/2005-08/2007) from Seoul National University. She earned her Bachelor’s in Korean Medicine from Kyunghee University (03/1995-02/2002). 🎓 With a solid academic foundation, Prof. Park has excelled in diverse aspects of healthcare. Her commitment to advancing both public health and traditional Korean medicine is evident through her academic journey. As a dedicated professional, she combines expertise in administration with a deep understanding of Korean medicine, contributing significantly to the field’s growth and development.

Work Experience :

Prof. Minjung Park, an accomplished academic, currently serves as a dedicated Professor of Public Health and Administration at Seoul Digital University since March 2023. 🏫 Previously, she held the position of Director at the National Agency for Korean Medicine Innovative Technology Development from May 2020 to March 2023, contributing significantly to the management and support of Korean medicine research and development. As an Adjunct Professor at Woosong University (03/2019-02/2020), she enriched the Department of Public Health and Management. Earlier, from August 2016 to May 2020, she served as a Team Leader at the National Institute of Korean Medicine Development, focusing on Korean medicine clinical practice guidelines. 🌐💡

Research Focus :

Prof. Minjung Park, a distinguished researcher, focuses on advancing herbal medicine and Korean traditional medicine through extensive contributions to academia. 🌿 With expertise in developing minimum reporting indices for herbal medicine samples, her research, published in reputable journals like the Journal of Herbal Medicine, emphasizes standardization in non-clinical laboratory studies. As an integral contributor to studies in Korean Medicine Clinical Practice Guidelines, she actively engages in evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine research. 📚 Her dedication to diverse healthcare topics, from postnatal programs to acupuncture effectiveness, reflects her commitment to holistic approaches. Prof. Park’s broad spectrum of research enhances our understanding of traditional medicine’s role in modern healthcare.

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