Medical Imaging Research Center
Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Kenji Suzuki, Ph.D. (by Published Work; Nagoya University) worked in Research and Development Center, Hitachi Medical Corporation, Japan, from 1993 to 1997. From 1997 to 2001, he worked in Faculty of Information Science and Technology, Aichi Prefectural University, Japan, as a faculty member. In 2001, he joined Department of Radiology, the University of Chicago, as Research Associate, and then, promoted to Assistant Professor of Radiology, Graduate Program in Medical Physics, and Cancer Research Center in 2006. Since 2014, he has been Associate Professor in Department of Electric and Computer Engineering and Medical Imaging Research Center, Illinois Institute of Technology. His research interests include computational (artificial) intelligence and machine learning in biomedical imaging, computer-aided detection and diagnosis, and biomedical image processing and analysis. Especially, his image-based machine learning inspired by the human visual system, which has a close relation with particular neural networks that people now call deep learning, and its applications to computer-aided diagnosis and medical imaging are his main contributions to the fields. He published more than 300 papers including 109 peer-reviewed journal papers such as IEEE TPAMI (IF: 6.1), IEEE TMI (IF: 3.8), IEEE TIP (IF: 3.7), Radiology (IF: 6.8), and EJNMMI (IF: 5.5). His papers were cited more than 7,000 times by other researchers. He has an h-index of 38. He is inventor on 30 patents (including 12 granted patents), which were licensed to several companies and commercialized. He published 10 books and 22 book chapters, and edited 12 journal special issues. He was awarded 25 grants as the P.I. including NIH R01 and ACS grants. He served as a grant reviewer for funding agencies, including National Science Foundation (NSF), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC). He served as the Editor-in-Chief, Associate Editor, or Guest Editor of a number of leading international journals, including Pattern Recognition (IF: 3.4), Medical Physics (IF: 2.5), Neurocomputing (IF: 2.4), and Academic Radiology (IF: 2.0). He served as a referee for 80 international journals, an organizer of 25 international conferences, and a program committee member of 143 international conferences, including IEEE EMBC, IEEE SMC, and ICPR. He gave 85 invited talks and keynote speeches at international conferences and universities. His research was covered in 39 articles in newspapers, magazines and journals by press and media. He supervised more than 60 graduate/undergraduate students and 7 postdocs/computer scientists, and accepted 14 visiting professors in his laboratory from foreign countries, supported by a grant/scholarship from their governments/institutions. He received 25 awards for his research and teaching, including Paul Hodges Award, 3 RSNA Certificate of Merit Awards, IEEE Outstanding Member Award, Cancer Research Foundation Young Investigator Award, Kurt Rossmann Award for Excellence in Teaching from University of Chicago, IEICE 2014 Best Journal Paper Award, and EANM Most Cited Journal Paper Award 2016.
Computational (artificial) intelligence and machine learning in biomedical imaging, computer-aided detection and diagnosis, and biomedical image processing and analysis.
Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
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Classical high school leaving examination, degree in Medicine at University of Rome “Sapienza”. Enrolling in College of Physicians, specialization in Nuclear Medicine. Grant from National Research Council. Medical supervisor of Deparment of Experimental Medicine, University of Rome “Sapienza”. Assistant professor, University of Rome “Sapienza”.
Radiopharmaceuticals, Imaging of infections and neoplastic diseases.
Anthony J. Cmelak, Vanderbilt University, USA
Tewfik J. Bichay, Medical Physics Radiation Oncology, USA
Yuanshui Zheng, Oklahoma State University, USA
Dr. Yuanshui Zheng is an ABR board certified Medical Physicist with ProCure Proton Therapy Center and an Adjunct Associate Professor with the Department of Physics at the Oklahoma State University. Dr. Zheng received his B.S. in Engineering Physics from Tsinghua University, and a Master of Computer Science and PhD in Nuclear Engineering from North Carolina State University. Before he joined ProCure, Dr. Zheng had conducted research and clinical work with University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and the Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Zheng’s research spans the areas of quality assurance and radiation safety, proton and neutron dosimetry, Monte Carlo modeling and simulation, and radiobiology effect. Dr. Zheng has authored or coauthored over 50 refereed articles and 120 abstracts.
Therapeutic Radiological Physics
Changyu Zheng, National Institutes of Health, USA
I am Changyu Zheng, a staff scientist in the Molecular Physiology and Therapeutics Branch of the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), NIH in Bethesda, Maryland. I obtained my M.D. in1983, and a MS in radiopathology in1986 from Norman Bethune University of Medical Sciences, Changchun, China. In 1995, I obtained my PhD degree in molecular biology from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. I then spent more than 4 years as a postdoctoral research fellow at NIDCR before becoming a staff scientist in 2000. I conduct daily laboratory-based studies on basic biology/physiology of salivary glands, prevention of radiation-induced salivary gland damage, gene transfer to salivary glands, viral vector modification and improving viral vectors for gene transfer.
I conduct daily laboratory-based studies on basic biology/physiology of salivary glands, prevention of radiation-induced salivary gland damage, gene transfer to salivary glands, viral vector modification and improving viral vectors for gene transfer.
Xingming Deng, Winship Cancer Institute, USA
My major research interests are to uncover cell death mechanisms, especially Bcl2 family, to investigate molecular and signaling mechanisms of DNA repair, DNA replication stress, genomic instability and carcinogenesis, to study signaling mechanisms of tumor invasion/metastasis, and to develop novel small molecule anti-cancer agents and new therapeutic strategies for cancer therapy by targeting apoptosis and DNA repair signaling pathways. My second research area is studying environmental carcinogenesis, specifically mechanisms of tobacco smoke- or space radiation-induced DNA damage, genomic instability and carcinogenesis at the cellular, molecular and animal levels.
Erich K Lang, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, USA
Christakis Damianou, Cyprus University of Technology, USA
Simulation of thermal effects of high intensity focused ultrasound.
MRI monitoring of ultrasonic heating. Ultrasonic tissue characterization. MR-compatible robotics. MRI coil design Sonothrombolysis Brain ablation Skull phantoms Motion phantoms.
Yiyan Liu, New Jersey Medical School, Rutgers University, USA
I am an experienced nuclear radiologist with special expertise in oncologic and molecular imaging. I have broad interests in PET imaging studies in various kinds of malignant tumors. I also have a long term interest in prostate research from the basic science to the clinical aspects, specifically novel PET radiotracer for diagnosis and detection of prostate cancer recurrence. I had published more than 60 peer-reviewed articles, and currently serve as an academic editor or editorial member of a few scholarly journals.
Guangming Zhang, Wake Forest School of Medicine, USA
knee arthroplasty, medical imaging analysis and biomechanical analysis.
Alfredo Addeo, University Hospital Bristol Trust, UK
Alfredo Addeo is a Consultant Medical Oncologist and senior lecture in clinical science at University Bristol Hospital. He is a tenure-track and full-time cancer specialist within the University of Bristol. Dr Addeo trained a medical oncologist and was granted with MD from University Of medicine in Turin (Italy). Dr Addeo is currently member of the NCRI mesothelioma cancer study group in the UK.
Cyril Voyant, University of Corsica, France
Cyril voyant, medical physicist since 2003 in a radiotherapy unit, he obtained a PhD (2011) in applied mathematics of the energetic systems. His research topics are the rabiobiology, the nuclear medecine, the radiotherapy and the time series forcasting with stochastical modelling.
Cancer Biology, Prediction, Radiation Physics, Time Series Forecasting, Forecasting, Photovoltaics, Nonlinear Regression, Time Series, Time Series Analysis, Statistical Analysis, Time Series Modeling, Solar, Numerical Analysis, Stochastic Models, Renewable Energy Technologies, Computer-Assisted Numerical Analysis, Medical Physics, Numerical Methods, Computational Methods, Computational Physics, Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks, Solar Energy, Electricity, Energy Engineering, Artificial Neural Networks, Predictive Modeling.
Jozo DELIC, Institut de Radiobiologie Cellulaire et Moléculaire (IRCM), France
Ashraf H. Abadi, German University in Cairo, Egypt
Prof. Dr. Ashraf Mostafa Kamal Abadi Faculty of Pharmacy and Biotechnology, German University in Cairo Prof. Ashraf Abadi is a Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry at the Faculty of Pharmacy and Biotechnology, German University in Cairo as well as at the Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University. He received his doctoral, master and bachelor degrees from Pharmacy, Cairo University. He spent several research stays totaling 12 years in the USA, Saudi Arabia and Germany. He has a track record of eighty international publications and three patents. He served as a referee and editorial board member for many international organizations and scientific journals including J Med Chem. Prof. Abadi supervised/supervising seventy five master and doctoral theses. From 2010-2015 he was the Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy, German University in Cairo and Ambassador Scientist to the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany in Egypt. Currently, he is the Vice Dean for Academic Affairs, Pharmacy, German University in Cairo.
The following are the major fields of interest:
• Discovery of phosphodiesterase inhibitors as potential agents for the treatment of cancer and Alzheimer.
• Modulating the activity of personalized medicines by structural modifications.
• Discovery of antivirals, particularly anti-HCV and anti-Ebola virus.
2. Medicinal Chemistry.
3. Mechanism of Action of Pharmaceuticals.
4. Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis.
Ryosuke Kohno, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Ryosuke Kohno started research on the proton beam therapy under the supervision of Prof. Yoshihisa Takada at Proton Medical Research Center (PMRC), and received his B.S. degree in Applied Physics of Engineering Science from the University of Tsukuba in 1997. He developed an analytical proton dose calculation algorithm, and acquired his M.S. degree from the Graduate School of Science and Engineering at the University of Tsukuba in 1999. He studied a precise proton dose calculation algorithm for proton treatment planning system, and received a Ph.D. from the Graduate School of Engineering at the University of Tsukuba in 2002. From 2002 to 2005, he worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow on heavy ion beam therapy for a development of dose calculation methods and LET measurements by using CR-39 at National Institute of Radiological Sciences (NIRS). From 2005, he worked at National Cancer Center Hospital East (NCCHE) in Japan, and contributed to clinical start of IMRT and QA for proton beam therapy as a medical physicist. In clinical practice, he designed and made multiple proton treatment plans in collaboration with the medical doctors, and performed several clinical analyses for liver cancer, as well as head and neck cancer. Additionally, he also obtained good results of proton dose calculation method by Monte Carlo algorithm and in-vivo proton dosimetry by using MOSFET detectors. He also successfully treated prostate cancer by using the continuous line scanning system in October 2015. During this time period, he has guided 7 Ph.D. students and 10 research residents and postdoctoral fellows as a supervisor. From 2016, he is currently a visiting scientist in the Department of Radiation Physics at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center (MDACC).
Medical Physics, Particle Therapy.
Yoshiaki Kikuchi, Graduate School of Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
Yoshiaki Kikuchi, D. Med. Sci. & Ph.D. is Professor of Neuroscience, Chairperson of Frontier Health Science, and Professor of Research Center of Language, Brain and Genetics, at Graduate School of Tokyo Metropolitan University. He is recently interested in the neural basis of ‘humanity’, and he has studied its bodily, mental, emotional and interoceptive aspects. His neuroimaging studies of humanity include many fields: Body Instability (PLoS ONE, 2014, etc.), Imitation (Exp Brain Res, 2013, etc.), Mental Rotation (Neuroimage, 2007, etc.), Maternal Love (Biological Psychiatry, 2008; Scientific American, 2008, Le Monde de l’enfance, 2008, TED, 2013etc.), Happiness, Nostalgia (SCAN, 2015), Self-esteem (PLoS ONE , 2012), and so on. Find out more about his study reports at his ResearchGate (https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Yoshiaki_Kikuchi).
Yoshihiro Yamada, Aino University School of Health Science, Japan
I started my research career in the study of the host genetic factors involving leukemogenesis in Kyoto Univ, Japan. After finishing my PhD course, I joined Terry Rabbits Lab. in UK to study the role of chromosomal translocation in leukemia. At that time, a lot of important oncogenes/transcription factors have been identified in the chromosomal translocation breakpoints. Lmo2 is one of those oncogenes. During the efforts to clarify the roles of Lmo2 in mouse embryogenesis, we showed the essential role of Lmo2 oncogenes in hematopoiesis and angiogenesis. After coming back to Japan, I have been studying the transcriptional regulation of hematopoiesis/angiogenesis by the Lmo2 transcription factor complex. In angiogenesis study, I am working to develop the methods of regulating tumor growth by inhibiting sprouting angiogenesis.
My research is basically focused on hematological oncology and developmental hematology, in particular, acute lymphoblastic leukemia, chronic myeloid leukemia, and hematopoiesis. Recently, my chief interest has been shifted to the molecular mechanism of angiogenesis.
ImanBeheshti, National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry, Japan
Medical Image Processing (sMRI, fMRI, RS-fMRI, DTI, PET, SPECT, Ultrasonic Images).
1. Structural and functional brain network analysis.
2. Application on Brain imaging in for Brain Disease Diagnosis.
3. Machine Learning Approaches for Neuroimaging Studies.
4. Pattern Recognition.
5. Application on Brain imaging in Cognitive neuroscience.
Christian Ostheimer, Martin Luther University, Germany
Michael Noll-Hussong, University of Ulm, Germany
Lecturer & Consultant for Psychosomatic Medicine, Psychotherapy and Physiology, additionally designated for special pain therapy, addiction medicine, traffic medicine, quality management by the chamber of physicians. Psychosomatic Specialist (ICPM), Supervisor (GAPP), Group Psychotherapist (D3G), Clinical Hypnosis (M.E.G.; ESH), European & World Certificate of Psychotherapy (ECP; WCP), Focusing-Coach (IIT/ New York Focusing Institute), European Professional Biologist (ECBA).
Frederik L. Giesel, University Hospital Heidelberg, Germany
Alexandros Georgakilas, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Dr. Alexandros Georgakilas is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics, School of Applied Mathematics and Physical Sciences, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece. At Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA, Dr. Georgakilas completed post-doctoral research as a research associate in the Biology Department from 2001-2003 under the supervision of Dr. Betsy Sutherland and developed his own research laboratory as an Associate Professor with tenure at East Carolina University until 2012. Overall, Dr. Georgakilas has been an active non-stop researcher in the field of Radiation Biology for more than twenty (25) years. He has also received awards such as the Young Investigator Travel Award from Radiation Research Society, Radiation Research Society SIT Award, ECU Thomas Harriot College Research Award, and the prestigious Terashima Award from Japan Radiation Research Society. His work at ECU as Principal Investigator (PI) has been funded by various sources like East Carolina University, NCI, NC Biotechnology Center and Union for International Cancer Control (UICC). His quality research work has been published in more than fifty (85) peer-reviewed high profile journals like Radiation Research, Cancer Letters, Cancer Research, Pharmacology Therapeutics, Free Radical Biology and Medicine, Journal of Cell Biology and Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences USA and more than 3000 citations. In addition, he has been able to produce already eight (15) publications from his laboratory at NTUA (Greece). Last but not least and in recognition of his major contributions in the field he has been appointed the Editor-in-Chief in the Journal of Biochemical Technology 2012-2015, Associate Editor position for Cancer Letters, Radiation Research and several other well-recognized journals. Dr. Georgakilas was invited as a Guest Editor for a Special Issue of Frontiers in Genetics, Seminars in Cancer Biology, Mutation Research, Cancer Letters and Current Molecular Medicine and has hold invited Editorial positions for different book projects (Science Publishers and InTech).
His ultimate goal is the development of a solid mechanistic basis for the induction and propagation of oxidative clustered DNA damage in tissues and organs as the result of radiation exposure or tumor development where oxidative stress is involved.
Georgios Plataniotis, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals, Greece
Dr Georgios Plataniotis has worked as a Consultant, Senior Lecturer and Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology in University hospitals in Greece (1992-2007) and the UK (2007- currently). As a Consultant and Senior Lecturer in Aberdeen Medical School and the Royal Infirmary he was specializing in Breast, Gynaecologic Cancers and HDR Brachytherapy. He’s currently working in Sussex, UK, treating Urological cancers doing also clinical research and teaching. He’s also got a PhD on Clinical Radiobiology, with research on modified radiation dose fractionation and combined radio-chemotherapy, as a member of various research groups which has resulted in more than 50 publications and the authorship of two books on Radiation Oncology and Clinical Radiobiology.
Lai-Ping Zhong, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Song Xu, Tianjin Medical University General Hospital, P.R.China
Song Xu was born on January 18, 1982 in Tianjin, P.R. China. Since 2000, he was enrolled in the Faculty of Clinical Medicine in Tianjin Medical University. Besides his study and training in clinical medicine he was also devoted to scientific research. From 2006 to 2007, he worked on gene therapy in glioma for his mater thesis in the Neuro-oncology Laboratory, Neurological Institution of Tianjin Medical University General Hospital under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Pu Peiyu. This work was published in several (inter) national peer-reviewed journals. In June 2007, he obtained his master degree (M.D.) with great distinction, and was subsequently appointed as a surgeon in the department of lung cancer surgery, Tianjin Medical University General Hospital. In October 2007, Song Xu got a scholarship from the China Scholarship Council (CSC) and started his PhD study at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium) in the research group Hematology and Immunology under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ivan Van Riet and Prof. Dr. Karin Vanderkerken until September 2012. His research work was focused on the role of mesenchymal stem cells in the tumor microenvironment of multiple myeloma. His findings have been presented during several (inter)national meetings and were published in high-ranked international peer-reviewed journals, such as Leukemia and Stem cells. In addition, during the PhD study, Song Xu has guided 3 master students as a supervisor. Now he is appointed as a thoracic surgeon in Tianjin Medical University General Hospital. Besides clinical work, he was also involved in the scientific research for lung cancer in the Tianjin Lung Cancer Institute. His main interest was the tumor microenvironment in the lung cancer growth, metastasis and drug resistance, which was supported by several national and local research grants. Recently, he was also devoted in the study of tumor driver gene mutation by NGS method in lung cancer and other malignancies. And he was interested in the CTCs and ctDNA study in lung ca.
Juan Ren, Xi’an Jiao tong University, China
1. Mechanisms of Tumor angiogenesis.
2. Mechanisms of Tumor metastasis.
3. Roles, functions and signaling pathways of lysophospholipids and their receptors.
Lihua Zhang, Peking University Third Hospital, China
Functional imaging in spine tumor, DTI in spinal cord disease, sport medicine imaging, etc.
Ming Zeng, Sichuan Provincial People’s Hospital, China
Radiation Treatment and Immuno-reaction, Abscopal Effects, Heavy Particle, Carbon Ion, related biology.
Francesco Fleres, University of Messina, Italy
Dr. Francesco Fleres Department of human pathology, University of Messina, Sicily, Italy. Designation MD specializing at the "School of Specialization in General Surgery University of Messina". Biography
2011 degree in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Messina, Italy, with the thesis: "Treatment of Peritoneal Mesothelioma with cytoreduction plus CIP" (HIPEC: hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy) Member of Italian society of surgery (SIC) Member of Italian society of surgical oncology (SICO), ESSO affiliated.
1. HIPEC: Hyperthermic Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy
2. Retroperitoneal sarcomas
3. Emergency surgery
4. Colorectal surgery
5. Gastric surgery
6. Surgical oncology
7. Laparoscopic procedures 8. Hepato-Biliary surgery 9. Breast cancer surgery.
Marco Giannelli, Pisa University Hospital, Italy
Xiaomei Yao, McMaster University, Canada
Ali Bahadori, University of Applied Science and Technology, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Study of Antioxidant activity of biopolymers. Adsorption and Separation Studies of Heavy Metal Ions on Chitosan Biopolymers. Modification of the biopolymer chitosan with N-di and trihydroxy benzoyl groups to be applied as surgical bioadhesive.
Mahmoud Nasrollahzadeh, University of Qom, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
1. Plant-Mediated Green Synthesis of Nanoparticles & Nanocomposites
2. Synthesis of Organic & Organometallic Chemistry
3. Heterogeneous Catalysis & Nanocatalyst
4. Application of zeolites in Organic Synthesis
5. Biowaste & biomedia
7. Polymer supported metal complexes.
Nima Ghal-Eh, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Radiation Physics- Monte Carlo Simulation.
Mojtaba Salouti, Islamic Azad University, Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology.
Tsair-Fwu Lee, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, Taiwan
Dr. Tsair-Fwu Lee is currently a professor at the Medical Physics and Informatics Laboratory of Electronics Engineering Department at National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences; and also a joint appointment professor at the Graduate Institute of Clinical Medicine, Kaohsiung Medical University. From 1993 to 2008, he served as a therapeutic equipment specialist with the Department of Radiation Oncology, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital-Kaohsiung Medical Center, Chang Gung University College of Medicine, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, ROC. Dr. Lee has published more than 60 peer-reviewed journals and 90 conference papers. He is currently as reviewer for several journals in the field of radiation oncology and intelligent algorithms. He has also served as the program committee member of many international conferences, and on the MOST grant review committee.
His major research interests are: medical physics and medical informatics, signals and systems, radiation oncology, radiation biophysical modeling, evolutionary optimization and intelligent algorithms for the applications of radiotherapy.
Dr. Mohsen Challan, is the associate professor of experimental nuclear physics at the Department of Physics, University of Majmaah, Al-Zulfi, Saudi Arabia. Now he occupies the head of e-learning unit, college of education – Al-Zulfi, Majmaah University. He also works at Experimental Nuclear Physics Department (Cyclotron Facility), Nuclear Research Center, Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority. He had authored or co-authored several of fully refereed articles in journals such as applied radiation and isotopes, Indian journal of physics. He performed his MSc on calibrating neutrons energy produced from neutron generator, measuring the reaction cross sections of neutron with some selected medium mass elements. His PhD is performed on Inshas cyclotron, nuclear research center, Egyptian atomic energy authority, Cairo, Egypt. He measured the reaction cross sections for the promising channels to produce some radionuclides from cyclotron of importance in nuclear medicine. He also worked as an instructor for two years at faculty of engineers, Ain-Shams University. After that he shifted to Majmaah University as staff member of physics department, which is latter on headed the physics department for two years and half. Dr. Challan supervised several MSc degrees, managed several research group in environmental, experimental nuclear physics, gamma-rays' spectrometry and HPGe-detector maintenance, renovation and development.
Jong-In Byun, Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, Korea, Republic of
Professional Committee Member of Korea Environmental Standards Council. Center for Environmental Radiation & Radioactivity Assessment. Ph.D. in Measurement and Detection of Radiation, University of Science & Technology.
M.Taysee Abdallah Ababneh, University of Sains of Malaysia, Jordan
Radiation and Medical Instrumentation (MRI, CT, Image Techniques).
Yasemin Benderli Cihan, Kayseri Education and Research Hospital, Turkey
Yasemin Benderli Cihan has received his MD in Erciyes University during the period of 2001-2004. Currently, she is working as specialist in Kayseri Education and Research Hospital, Sağlık Bilimleri University. She is serving as an editorial member of several reputed journals like International Journal of Radiology and Radiation Oncology, SciTechz Anesthesia: Clinical Research, Journal of Dermatological , American Journal of Cancer Therapy and Pharmacology, Advance Laboratory Medicine International, World Journal of Clinical Cases etc. She has authored 90 research articles and one chapter book. She is a member of Radiation Oncology Society.
Lung cancer, breast cancer, childhood tumor, GUS cancer, GIS cancer.
Amal Ibrahim Hassan, Atomic Energy Authority, Egypt
LAI, Kwok Keung Thomas, Tseung Kwan O Hospital, Hong Kong
MRI, body imaging, neuroradiology, women imaging.
Bilgin Kadri Aribas, The Health Sciences University, Turkey
Interventional Radiology, Oncology, Radiology
Hua-chuan Zheng, China Medical University, China
Oncopathology; Molecular Oncology; transgenic animal model; bioinformatics and data mning.