Charles J Malemud is Associate Director of the Rheumatology Fellowship Training Program at University Hospitals Case Medical Center Professor of Medicine Anatomy Division of Rheumatic Diseases Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Cleveland Ohio. He received the PhD in Experimental Pathology from the Department of Biology at George Washington University Washington DC 1969-1973. He completed his BS in Biology at Long Island University 1966. He was elected to Whomiddots Who in the World in 2007. He is serving as an editorial board member of 9 reputed journals and a peer-reviewer for numerous scientific journals. He has published a total of over 300 peer-reviewed papers abstracts and book chapters.
Paolo Tranquilli Leali , Full Professor of Diseases of the musculoskeletal system is the new president of the Italian Society of Orthopedics and Traumatology - SIOT . He will lead SIOT for the two-year period 2020-2022 following the election that was held in the ordinary company meeting on 7 November 2020, at the end of which the proclamation of the new Board of Directors also took place. After thirty years of experience at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, of which he was head of Traumatology, he was called to direct the Orthopedic Clinic and the Specialization School of the University of Sassari, where in addition to the direction of the UOC of Orthopedic Clinic and the Rehabilitation Unit, he was also Director of the Degree Course in Rehabilitation Sciences, President of the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, President of the steering body of the University Hospital of Sassari. Currently she carries out her surgical activity at the INI Group - Italian Neurotramatological Institute. He was also President of the European Society of Biomaterials and is awarded the qualification of Fellow Biomaterials Science and Engineering (FBSE) for his activities in the study and development of new materials and systems for joint prostheses and means of synthesis. He is the Italian delegate in the European Union of Medical Specialists - orthopedics section - community body dedicated to the harmonization and integration of training and certification activities in Europe. Over the years he has chaired several scientific societies and national and international study groups, has published more than 400 original scientific works and monographs, has dedicated his clinical activity to prosthetics and severe deformities. .
Wojciech Jan Cynarski PhDis the Full-Professor. He has been the founder and president (since 1993) of Idokan Poland Association and IMACSSS – the International Martial Arts and Combat Sports Scientific Society (2010), and the editor (since 2000) of the Ido Movement for Culture. Journal of Martial Arts Anthropology. Education and previous work experience Education – the University of Technology in Rzeszow (building engineering), University of Rzeszow in Rzeszow (sociology), and doctoral studies at University of Physical Education in Warsaw (physical culture sciences). 1987–1998 instructor of martial arts and teacher of physical education in secondary schools. Since 1998 an adjunct in the Institute of Health and Physical Education, Higher Pedagogical School in Rzeszow.Since 2005 - Professor at the University of Rzeszow, Head of the Chair of Socio-Cultural Foundation for PE and Sport. He is a President of the International Martial Arts and Combat Sports Scientific Society (IMACSSS) and of the Idokan Poland Association (IPA). First-line publications He published over 700 scientific works, including his own 17 books (monographs and manuals).His major scientific interests concern sociology (of culture, tourism, and sport), coaching and pedagogy, and martial arts.
Graduated from Soochow University and get PhD degree. Work as full professor since 2006. More than 20 years experience as spinal surgeon. Main clinical interests are spinal deformity, minimally invasive treatment of spinal diseases like vertebral body fracture, lumber disc herniation, lumber canal stenosis, cervical spondylopathy. As a chief editor in translation of 《Intervertebral disc》to Chinese. SRS fellowship and AOSpine fellowship. Member of International Society for the Study of Lumbar Spine ( ISSLS), AOSpine and SICOT Muller Award winner.
Blair Arthur Agero Jr. is the Lead Hand Therapist in the Hand and Wrist Clinic (HaWC) of the Orthopaedic Department of King’s College Hospital London in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). He is the founder and head of the Emirates Hand Therapy Group (EHTG) in Dubai. He is also the official correspondent of the UAE in the International Federation of Societies for Hand Therapy (IFSHT). He has 22 years of cumulative experience of practice in Occupational Therapy and over 12 years of which has been in orthopedic hand and upper limb therapy. He has showcased his work in hand therapy and treatment of TFCC in congresses in Dubai and in the 2019 TriennialCongress of IFSSH and IFSHT in Berlin. He has received training from various parts of the globe to include Finland, Dubai, United Kingdom, the USA, and The Philippines. He has developed a blend of Eastern and Western practices that makes his practice unique and progressive. He completed his degree in Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy in The Philippines and obtained his Post Graduate Certification in Hand Therapy from the University of Derbyshire, in the United Kingdom. He is an active member of the British Association of Hand Therapists (BAHT) and the American Society of Hand Therapists (AHST).
Dr. Antoci serves as an Associate Professor of Orthopaedics. He is a graduate of the Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and completed his training at the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Surgery Program in Boston, the Harris Adult Reconstruction Fellowship Program with the Massachusetts General Hospital, and previously at the Rothman Institute with the Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. Dr. Antoci is a Fellowship Trained Orthopaedic Surgeon with a focus in Adult Reconstruction, Hip and Knee Joint Replacement Surgery and a special interest in unicompartmental partial knee replacement, minimally invasive surgery, complex reconstructions, failed total joints, preservation techniques, and trauma. Dr. Antoci's current research interests focus on joint implant design, tissue engineering, and biological interactions at the implant interface. His work has resulted in several national and international awards including the Infectious Diseases Society of America Edward H. Kass Fellowship, the International Society for Technology in Arthroplasty Ernesto De Santis Award, the Musculoskeletal Infection Society Jeannette Wilkins Award, the Eastern Orthopaedic Association Best Paper Award, and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery Poster Award.
Alessandro Ruggiero, Ph.D. from 1999 to 2005vwas an Assistant Professor with the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Salerno, where he has been an Associate Professor with the Department of Industrial Engineering since 2005 till today. In 2017 he received the National qualification to Full Professor in Applied Mechanics. He authored more than 200 scientific papers on prestigious indexed international journals and national and international proceedings. He serves as Editor, member of the Editorial Board, and reviewer for many WoS/SCOPUS indexed International Scientific Journals and as an evaluator of national and international research projects. He cooperates with numerous international Universities and prestigious Research Centers. Actually, he is a member of the IFToMM Technical Committee for Tribology and National Coordinator of the Italian AIMETA Tribology Group. His current research interests are focused on (bio) tribology, biomechanics, in-silico wear calculation of artificial human synovial joints, but they include also dynamics of mechanical systems, noise and vibration measurements, mechanical measurement, and diagnostic on mechanical systems.
Larion Alin is a Ph.D. lecturer since October 2015 at Ovidius University of Constanta, School of Physical Education and Sport. He'd managed it like assoc. The Ovidius University of Constanta, School of Physical Education and Exercise, PhD Professor in April 2009-September 2015. He is a teacher at the Ovidius University of Constanta, higher education. Main activities and responsibilities Guidance and coordination of work hours at work and practical courses: Athletics, the athletic events of disciplines, the training branch of the sport-sport athletics, Cross-country, specific teaching techniques, organization of specific structures in physical education and sports, coordination, evaluation and control students from specialization "athletics" guiding students to work on the license, organization, and monitoring of sports activities organized by the faculty, mentor of the year. Coordination of student scientific circle.