Naseer Ahmed

Bright Future college of Nursing and allied Health sciences, Pakistan

Principal at Bright Future college of Nursing and allied Health sciences, Pakistan


S.Jamal Mustafa

West Virginia University USA

S Jamal Mustafa is the Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology at West Virginia University (WVU). He has received Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research from SOM in 2008 and became a Robert C. Byrd Professor in 2010 and received Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Achievement in Research and Scholarly Activities from HSC, in 2013. He has also published over 200 manuscripts. His past work has led to the approval of an A2A selective AR agonist (Lexican®) for myocardial perfusion imaging. Currently, he is using AR and β adrenergic receptor KOs to better understand the relationship between these receptors in coronary flow regulation.


Marc-Alexander Ohlow

Central Clinic Bad Berka, Germany

Marc-Alexander Ohlow, MD, PhD is a Professor of Internal Medicine at Philipps-University Marburg and vice-director of the cardiology department at Zentralklinik Bad Berka. Dr. Ohlow did his PhD work about congenital left ventricular aneurysms and diverticula in adult populations. His present research areas include interventional cardiology, structural heart disease, heart rhythm device implantation, and inflammatory cardiomyopathy. He authored >80 peer-reviewed papers in the field of cardiac disease, and serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Geriatric Cardiology.


Dr.Prof. Dasari Prasada Rao

Indo US Hospital India

Dasari Prasada Rao (Born 21 January 1950) Is An Indian Cardiothoracic Surgeon . He Was Noteworthy In Introducing The First Open Heart Surgery To The State Of Andhra Pradesh In India And Pioneered For Advanced Medical Care At Affordable Costs. Dasari Prasada Rao Has Won Numerous Awards Including In 2001 The Padma Shri Award, A Civilian Award Bestowed By The Government Of India.


Chieh Jen Wu

Veterans General Hospital- Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Division of Cardiovascular Surgery, Department of Surgery, Veterans General Hospital- Kaohsiung, Taiwan

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