Mila Jakovljevic has completed her graduation from the School of Medicine in Zagreb. In 1980 she has completed her specialization in Internal Medicine at the Department for Heart and Blood Vessel Diseases, Zagreb University HospitalCentre. She subsequently completed a program in Cardiology and Clinical Pharmacology in 1980.In 1979 she defended her Master’sthesis in Medical Biochemistry and in 1982 she hascompleted her Doctorate in Medical Sciences at the University of Zagreb in the field of cardiology. She is a member of the Croatian Cardiologic Association, European Cardiologic Association, European Association of Cardiac Decompensation(HFA), European Association for Echocardiography(EAE) and the New York Academy of Sciences. She holds the Homeland and Appreciation Memorial.
Dr. Javier Cabo is the director of the Department of Health Sciences of the University of Madrid (UDIMA), and director and Chair of the Health Management and Health Studies of said University. He is also the Director and Chair of the Telemedicine Department (mHealth and uHealth) of the International University of Andalucia (UNIA); He is the Director and Chair of Biomedical Investigation and Hospital Management of the Nordestana Catholic University (UCNE) in the Dominican Republic; Director of the Department of Artificial Intelligence, Nanotechnology and Robotics of the Technology Research Center (CITEC) of the University of Cordoba (UCO), and Founder Member and Patron of the Foundation and Centre for Biomedical Engineering and Technologies of Spain. Dr. Javier Cabo pioneered the first Centre for Cryopreservation of Cardiac Homografts based on the Cryolife method in the year 1992 in Spain, and also he performed the first infant heart transplant in Spain in the year 1994, and also the first External Artificial Heart Implant in a child in Spain in the year 2006, the world’s first Artificial Heart Implant with an Artificial Lung incorporated
The author received an honorable PhD in mathematics and majored in engineering at MIT. He attended different universities over 17 years and studied seven academic disciplines.
He has spent ~30,000 hours in endocrinology research with an emphasis in diabetes. First, he studied six metabolic diseases and food nutrition from 2010 to 2013, then conducted his own diabetes research from 2014 to 2019. His approach is “quantitative and precision medicine” based on mathematics, physics, optical and electronics physics, engineering modeling, wave theory, energy theory, signal processing, computer science, big data analytics, statistics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. His main focus is on preventive medicine using prediction tools. He believes that the better the prediction, the more control you have. Thus far, he has written, published, and presented more than 200 medical papers.
Dr Syed Raza graduated from Aligarh University in India in 1993. After completing
his postgraduate degree in Medicine from the same university, he moved to the UK
for higher specialist studies. He successfully completed MRCP and CCT and later
also awarded Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. He was
awarded professor John Goodwin prize for outstanding performance in Diploma
Cardiology exam at Hammersmith Hospital, University of London in 2001. Dr Raza
is Fellow of American College of Cardiology , Fellow of European Society of
Cardiology and Fellow of European Society of Cardiovascular Imaging. He is also
on the committee of Acute Cardiovascular Care, Heart Failure and
Cardiovascular Imaging ( European Society of Cardiology ) He is Review author
for abstracts for European Society of Cardiology for the past three years. Obtained
Diploma certificate in Medical Education from University of Cardiff , Wales in 2015.
Consultant Cardiologist and Head of the department of Medicine at Awali Hospital,
Bahrain. He is the regional educational coordinator and examiner for MRCP
(PACES) exam for the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. Certified
Educational and Clinical supervisor , NHS-UK. He has to his credit numerous
publications and he has presented his scientific work in different parts of the world.
He is peer review author for some well respected International journals.
He is American Board certified in Medical Quality and is involved in patient
safety and quality improvement assignments during his current and previous
jobs. He participates in key decision making for quality improvement.
His special interests are Cardiovascular Imaging, Heart Failure and Acute