Prof. El-Tanani is a professor of cancer therapeutics and the dean of Al-Ahliyya Amman University's faculties of pharmacy and medical Sciences. He has published over a hundred articles in prestigious publications and holds a number of patents and international awards, including the CRUK award.
Prof Anupalli Roja Rani
Professor at Osmania University, INDIA.
Dr. Alfred Böcking is professor emeritus for pathology, former director of the Institute of Cytopathology, University of Düsseldorf. Germany. His research is focussed on diagnostic / prognostic DNA-karyometry for automated detection / prognostication of cancer cells.
Deb Roy is a senior lecturer in Swansea University. He is working at the interface of physics, chemistry and biology and addressing diagnosis challenges using optical spectroscopy methods. Prior to moving to academia, Deb spent a decade in the National Physical Laboratory (London, UK) developing novel optical spectroscopy tools and related standards. His research contribution ranges from spectroscopic characterisation of nanomaterials to imaging biological tissue imaging.
shanxi cancer hospital
Dr Li has ertise in management and passion in improving the prognosis and quality of life of patients of gastric cancer.
Member of Shanxi Anti-Cancer Association.
Prof. Thomas J Vogl
Specialist for radiotherapy radiooncology, neuroradiology and interventional radiology in Frankfurt am Main.
Prof. Vogl is one of the most sought-after specialists in interventional radiology in Europe. With the development of new procedures and with many publications, the extraordinary physician repeatedly draws attention to himself.
Warsaw Medical University
Izabela Mlynarczuk Bialy is a researcher at the Department for Histology and Embryology Medical University of Warsaw. He is both a GP and an avid researcher. Her research contributions and achievements in cancer biology and experimental cancer therapy have been recognized nationally and internationally. In the future, she would like to share more research results related to gold complexes in clolorectal cancer.
UAB Medicine - Hematology Oncology
Dr. Datta is a Professor in the Hematology/Oncology Division, Department of Medicine and a Senior Member in the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center, UAB. Recently, he has been awarded “Research Career Scientist” position in the Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Birmingham, AL. Before joining UAB as a Full Professor and Director of Research, he was Assistant and Associate Professors for 12 years in Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN. Dr. Datta received a number of honors and awards, and his research was funded by NIH/NCI, DoD, Private Foundations, etc. throughout his career. He has published more than 90 papers and book chapters in high impact journals.