DR. JAVED RASHEED was born on 11th May 1957, at Tiruchirapalli in Tamil Nadu. Following his schooling from Campion and PUC from Jamal Mohammed College, both at Tiruchirapalli, Dr Javed moved to Chennai to pursue his medical studies from the Madras Medical College. He then went on to do his Post Graduation in Paediatrics at Dublin and Glasgow.
Dr. Javed Rasheed is a Member of the Royal College of Physicians in Paediatrics.
Dr.Javed Rasheed helps in the management of Educational Minority Institutions, along with his wife Mrs. Azra Javed, some of these are more than 127 years old. These include a 57 year old Medical College.
He is also the Governing Body Member of the Dr. Abdul Haq Unani Educational Academy, Osmania Group of Institutions founded in 1947; Osmania College (Autonomous) www.osmaniacollegekurnool.com and the President, Anjuman-e-Islamia, founded in 1880, which has 5 Educational Institutions under its wings in Kurnool.
Dr. Sufwan Alomar is a consultant neonatology at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), Doha, Qatar. He is associated director of neonatal perinatal fellowship program, the leader of NICU data registry (a member of VON), leader of respiratory committee, and he is faculty paediatrics (ACGMEI accredited) at HMC
He has especial interest in mechanical ventilation and non-invasive respiratory support and ELBW infants he was awarded in 2015 by Stars of excellence program in HMC for his work of Golden Hour delivery room management and Tiny Baby Unit. Other research interest is PPHN, functional echocardiography, Air leak syndrome, neonatal jaundice, in addition to his interest in evidenced based medicine and quality improvement projects.
Dr Kanav Anand is a Consultant Pediatric Nephrologist in the Division of Pediatric Nephrology and Renal Transplantation, Institute of Child Health, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi, India. He is an executive member of Indian Society of Pediatric Nephrology. He is also the national convener for Nephrology in a Nutshell program run under the aegis of Indian Academy of Pediatrics. Dr Anand has authored a number of chapters in books on pediatrics and pediatric nephrology. He has conducted a number of workshops and delivered lectures both nationally and internationally.
He has special interest in interventional pediatric nephrology and bedwetting.
Relocated to Dubai 4 years ago.
Currently working as Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon at The Children’s Medical Centre in Dubai.
10 years clinical and research experience as faculty of Federal University of Sao Paulo.
Pediatric Orthopedic training:
Pediatric Orthopedic Fellowship at Children's Hospital. Chicago, IL, USA.
Pediatric Orthopedic Fellowship at Shriners Hospital for Children. Lexington, KY, USA.
Evidence based Medicine
Systematic Literature Review
Management and clinical research on neuromuscular disorders; as Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida and Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita.
Congenital foot and lower limb deformities and other congenital and acquired musculoskeletal pathologies in children.
Dr. Melnick earned his B.SC., Physics and Ph.D, Chemistry at McGill University and M.D. at Queen’s University. He completed his Pathology residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, FL and subsequently joined the Department of Pathology and Clinical Laboratories at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital where he serves as Department Chief. He directs research involving therapeutic development in cancer, immunology and metabolic disorders since 1999, published more than 85 papers in peer-reviewed journals and acquired intellectual property based on this research. He serves as an editorial board member of the Journal of Natural Products in Cancer Prevention and Therapy.
Pediatrics, Pathology, Cancer, Immunology and Metabolic disorders
Jawahar Jay Kalra, an educator, researcher, and quality health care advocate, is a Professor of Pathology in the University of Saskatchewan and has served as Head of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. He is recognized for his many contributions as a clinical scientist, academic leader, and health system administrator. He has been a pioneer in establishing guidelines for thyroid-function testing, quality assurance program and contributed nationally and internationally in the area of total quality management. He has published extensively and is the author of the book “Medical Errors and Patient Safety: Strategies to reduce and disclose medical errors and improve patience safety.”
Andrew W. Gottschalk, M.D. trained in sports medicine at both Mayo Clinic and Cleveland Clinic. His extensive experience includes treating athletes of all levels of competition, including those in the NFL, NBA, MLB, and NCAA Division I. As the Ochsner Health System’s Director of Primary Care Sports Medicine, Dr. Gottschalk serves as Head Medical Team Physician for the NBA New Orleans Pelicans. Dr. Gottschalk is also an avid writer, his multiple publication projects include his regular newspaper column, “The Sports Medicine Doctor.” Dr. Gottschalk is the current Musculoskeletal Health Editor for the medical journal Evidence-Based Practice.
Marc Matthews graduated from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and completed his residency training at the Mayo Clinic. His first task at Mayo was to redesign a community health clinic around the community’s definition of health, and this work led to a deeper understanding of how the healthcare system is not very aware of what it means for a community to be healthy. He is the Associate Medical Director of the Mayo Clinic Office of Population Health Management and an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine. In these roles, he focuses on rethinking the way large healthcare organizations deliver care.
Tochi Iroku-Malize is a Professor and Chair of Family Medicine at Northwell Health (formerly North Shore LIJ Health System). She received her medical training at the University of Nigeria, did her internship in Trinidad & Tobago, completed her Master’s in Public Health at Columbia University and her Master’s in Business Administration at the University of Massachusetts. She is board certified in both Family Medicine and Hospice & Palliative Care. She has developed a curriculum for global health and has been involved in Academic Medicine and Primary Care for two decades. She has presented and published on multiple topics internationally.
Dr Richards qualified in medicine at St Bartholomew’s Hospital London in 1981, he undertook a period of research looking at the effects of cyclosporine A on endothelial function at St Thomas’ Hospital London prior to being appointed as Consultant Physician and Nephrologist at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham in 1992. During his time in Birmingham he was actively involved in the development of an electronic patient record with associated drug prescribing system. He went into medical management as Clinical Director, Divisional Director and finally Director of Operations in Birmingham before leaving the NHS and taking up the position of Medical Director for the UK and Ireland for Fresenius Medical Care in 2004. He moved to his current position as the CEO and CMO of SEHA Dialysis Services in 2012. He remains actively interested in clinical research particularly in relation to epidemiology and prevention of chronic kidney disease. He has published more than 50 papers in peer reviewed journals.
clinical research particularly in relation to epidemiology and prevention of chronic kidney disease.
Dr.Alkherayf is an associate Professor and a neurosurgeon at University of Ottawa. He is also a neuroscientist at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute (OHRI) with a cross appointment to the Clinical Epidemiology Program. He also directs the clinical research at the Division of Neurosurgery at the Ottawa Hospital. Additionally he directs the Spine Fellowship Program at University of Ottawa.
After graduating from medical school he completed his neurosurgery training at University of Ottawa in 2010. He also completed two fellowships in complex spine surgery and minimally invasive skull base surgery. Additionally he obtained training in clinical epidemiology and biostatistics (MSc, Epidemiology and Biostatistics 2011) and he has completed the clinician investigator program by the Royall College of Physician and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC).
Dr.Alkherayf clinical practice focus on complex spine surgery, minimally invasive cranial surgery and complex cranio-cervical reconstruction. His clinical research interests lie in translational primary brain tumor research, clinical trials, and spinal cord injury. He has authored and co-authored many research papers and abstracts, and spoken at many international conferences. He has been serving as an editorial board member of many journals
Gill Hood has been involved in diabetes care since qualifying as a nurse in 1984 and from 1997 began working in diabetes research. She managed the NE London Diabetes Research Network from 2007-2013 increasing patient recruitment 5 fold during this period and conducting her own research into fasting during Ramadan for people with diabetes, how older adults manage diabetes over time, and improving the patient-doctor consultation in diabetes. Gill is also an original member of the EU funded Diamap study which aimed to project diabetes research milestones for the next ten years. She is also involved with patient and public information groups encouraging users to discuss research and be more involved. She is an honorary research fellow at Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL) and continues to manage diabetes clinical research at QMUL. Gill is the Workforce Development and Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement Lead for the North West London Clinical Research Network funded by the National Institute of Health Research. In her capacity as Workforce Lead Gill runs course in Clinical Research for nurses and allied health professionals. She also runs courses for patients and the public who want to be involved with research. Gill is a member of the Foundation of European Nurses in Diabetes (FEND) and the Novo Nordisk Research Foundation for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals. Gill’s diabetes research interests are in ethnic minorities and engaging hard to reach groups in research, diabetes and older adults, health professional education, and patient and public involvement.
Brian Littlechild, PhD, is Research lead in the Department of Nursing and Social Work at the University of Hertfordshire, UK. A qualified and registered social worker, he worked in hospitals and in the community with particular mental health needs before working in universities.He has published 44 books/book chapters/monographs, and 28 refereed journal articles.He has carried out 20 qualitative and mixed methods research projects, and published widely on, amongst other areas, mental health issues for young and adult offenders, mental health and risk assessment, and on violence from parents in child protection work.
Ingrid Schusterová is the head of the Department of Paediatrics and Adolescent medicine, Children University Hospital P.J.Š. University in Košice, Slovakia. At the same time, she is the head physician in the terciary center for valvular and congenital heart defects, Eastern Slovak Institute of cardiac and vascular diseases. She took specialization exam from adult and pediatric cardiology at National institute of cardiac and vascular diseases in Bratislava, Slovak Republic. After graduation she took part in fellowship training at Ottawa Civic Hospital, and later on performed research work in the area of cardiology at University of Ottawa in Canada. In the period from 11/1999 till 7/ 2004 she completed her training at Cardiologic department, II. Internal medicine clinic, General hospital, Vienna under supervision of Prof. Dr. Gerald Maurer. Later in 2005 she broaden her professional knowledge and skills at Cardiac surgery clinic, Kardiocentrum Universitätsklinik in Bad Oyenhausen, Germany.
Her reaserch interests focus on preventive cardiology, obesity, and disorders of lipid metabolism, atherosclerosis and their prevention in the pediatric age group.
Gustavo Marin is Doctor in Medicine; Magister in Public Health; Magister in Health Economics; Magister in Political Sciences; Post-doc in Public Health Assistance, Paris, France. Former Director of Primary Health Care of Buenos Aires; Director of Scientific Research Commission, Buenos Aires, Argentina; PAHO Health International Leadership Fellowship; Head Professor of Health, National University of Central Buenos Aires, UNICEN, Argentina. Author of more than 150 papers and books in Public Health Research.