• University of Salerno

    Rosalinda Sorrentino

    Italy
  • Cancer Free Foundation, Dana Point

    Dr. Helmy M. Guirgis is an oncologist in Dana Point, California. He has been in practice for more than 20 years.

    Dr. Helmy M. Guirgis is an oncologist in Dana Point, California. He has been in practice for more than 20 years.

    Helmy M Guirgis

    USA
  • Universidad Nacional del Litoral

    Milena Durando

    Argentina
  • Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

    Sanjay K. Srivastava is Distinguished Professor, Department Chairman and Associate Dean, with demonstrated experience and history of working in the higher education and research industry. Skilled in Cancer Research, Molecular Biology, Biotechnology, and Cell Signaling. Strong research professional with equally strong administrative capabilities.

    Sanjay K. Srivastava is Distinguished Professor, Department Chairman and Associate Dean, with demonstrated experience and history of working in the higher education and research industry. Skilled in Cancer Research, Molecular Biology, Biotechnology, and Cell Signaling. Strong research professional with equally strong administrative capabilities.

    Sanjay K. Srivastava

    USA
  • Atrium Health, Levine Cancer institute

    Ala’a Muslimani, MD, is a hematology/oncology specialist with Levine Cancer Institute.
    Graduated from Aleppo Medical School, medical residency from Fairview Cleveland Clinical Hospital Cleveland, Ohio and fellowship in hematology and oncology from Oakland University Beaumont Medical School Royal Oaks, Michigan
    He is a member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, American Society of Hematology, and South Carolina Oncology Society
    His clinical interests include plasma cell disorders and breast cancer

    Ala’a Muslimani, MD, is a hematology/oncology specialist with Levine Cancer Institute. Graduated from Aleppo Medical School, medical residency from Fairview Cleveland Clinical Hospital Cleveland, Ohio and fellowship in hematology and oncology from Oakland University Beaumont Medical School Royal Oaks, Michigan He is a member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, American Society of Hematology, […]

    Ala’a Muslimani

    USA
  • Michigan State University

    Brad L. Upham, Associate Professor in the College of Human Medicine’s Department of Pediatrics and Human Development, conducts basic research in the field of toxicology, directs research translation projects, and conducts community engagement for the Michigan State University Superfund Research Center (MSU-SRP). His basic research program studies how environemntal contaminants alter cell signaling pathways at the molecular level to produce adverse health outcomes, with particular emphasis on carcinogens. He also studies how natural products interact with these cell signaling pathways to prevent the toxic effects of environmental contaminants.

    Professor Upham leads the Research Translation Core (RTC) and is a co-investigaor for the Community Engagement Core (CEC) at the MSU-SRP, which is funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Science. The MSU-SRP conducts health-oriented research on risks from exposure to chemicals commonly found in Superfund sites, and on remediation technologies that might eliminate the potential for exposure to such chemicals. The RTC facilitates translation of the center’s findings to external stakeholders, while the CEC serves to educate, and learn from, communities impacted by hazardous waste sites.

    Brad L. Upham, Associate Professor in the College of Human Medicine’s Department of Pediatrics and Human Development, conducts basic research in the field of toxicology, directs research translation projects, and conducts community engagement for the Michigan State University Superfund Research Center (MSU-SRP). His basic research program studies how environemntal contaminants alter cell signaling pathways at […]

    Brad L. Upham

    USA