Scientific Committee
OCM Member
Buffalo Grove Medical Center , USA
Biography :

Dr. Sergei Shushunov, MD was born in St. Petersburg, Russia where in 1977 he graduated from the Pediatric Medical Institute and was trained in Pediatric Emergency Medicine. He immigrated to the United States in 1981 where he received training in General Pediatrics and in Pediatric Critical Training at Universities of Illinois and Minnesota. He received Board Certification in General Pediatrics in 1989 and in Pediatric Critical Care in 1990. During his career, Sergei Shushunov worked in several community and academic hospitals and had the opportunity to open two Pediatric Intensive Care Units in the United States, while caring for patients ranging from newborns to late teens and adults. As a medical director his responsibilities included development and the implementation of policies and procedures; the development and implementation of treatment protocols; participation in a continuous quality improvement committee, critical care committee, ethics committee and utilization review committee; development and implementation of pediatric intensive care medical students and pediatric residents curriculum; supervision of patient transport, nurses, respiratory care technicians, pediatric residents and pediatric ICU medical staff. He served as a faculty member at University of Illinois and University of Kansas, teaching medical students and pediatric residents. Over the past few years, he focused on developing a new Therapeutic Hypothermia / Targeted Temperature Management System based on hyper-cold air mechanical ventilation. In addition to his training in conventional medicine, he was trained in Medical Acupuncture and Pharmacognosy at UCLA and the University of Illinois. Sergei owns 2 patents and has several publications in peer review journals. His interests outside of medicine include hunting, sailing, theater, literature, art movies and classical jazz.

Research Interest :

Clinical Pediatrics

OCM Member
Karl-Hansen Medical Center , Germany
Biography :

Dr. Joerg Bachmann earned his medical degree in 1995 at Justus Liebig University in Giessen. In addition, after studying at the technical university in Darmstadt and the open university in Hagen, he obtained a diploma in electrical engineering. In 1996 he received his medical doctorate. After completing his training as a specialist in otorhinolaryngology, he has been working as a senior physician since 2002, and since 2015 as Assistant medical director in the ENT clinic Bad Lippspringe, Germany. Congress contributions and publications took place amongst others on the subjects tonsillectomy, Zenker's diverticulum, foreign body of the nasal cavity. Dr. Bachmann is an very experienced surgeon in the field of the rhinosurgery and reconstructive microsurgery of the middle ear.

Research Interest :

Clinical Pediatrics

OCM Member
Director of Training in School-Clinical Child Psychology
Pace University , USA
Biography :

James B. McCarthy is a full-time faculty member and the Director of Training, Pace University Doctoral Program in School-Clinical Child Psychology in New York City and Clinical Professor of Psychology, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY. His research interests include severe psychopathology in children and adults, cognitive development and trauma as well as psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. He has published extensively in the professional literature and is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association. His most recent book, “Psychosis in Childhood and Adolescence” is published by Routledge, Taylor & Francis.

Research Interest :

Clinical Pediatrics

OCM Member
Dean
Tottori University Hospital , Japan
Biography :

Professor Kazuo Maeda Graduated from Kyushu Imperial University Medical School in 1947 at Fukuoka, Japan. He served as a Professor & Chairman of Dept. Obst Gyne, Tottori University Medical School from 1968-1990. He was a Dean of Tottori University Hospital from 1979-1982. He worked as the Honorary professor for Tottori University (1990) & Uruguay University (2011). He received the following awards Yugoslavian decoration (1987), Japanese national decration (2002), The Fetus As A Patient William Liley Medal (2001) and Marquis Lifetime Achiever (2017). He published many journals and books. He is the Founding Vice Chairman, Perinatal Committee (1975-1990). Japan Association of Medical Electronics in Obstetrics and Gynecology since 1978). President and honorary member, Japan Society of Perinatal and neonatal medicine, since 1991) Chairman, Joint Committee, Jap Socs Med Biol Engin & Obstet Gynecol (1970s-1980s). Chairman, Min Health Welfare Study Group on Ultrasound Safety (1970s). Memb WFUMB Comm Ultrasound Bioeffect and Safety (1980-1994). President, Japan Society of Perinatology (1984), Neonatology President(1979), Federation Asia Oceanea Perinatal societies (1992-1994). IV Congress President, Federation of Asia Oceanea Perinatal Societies at Tokyo (1986), III Congress of International Society The Fetus as a Patient at Matsue (1987), II Congress of Computers in the Care of Mother, Fetus and Newborn at Kyoto (1989), Fellow, Federation of Asia Oceania Perinatal Societies (1994). V World Congress of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Kyoto (1995), Organizer of the 6 th IAPM, Osaka (2010). Senior Fellow, American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (1999). Regular Fellow, International Academy of Perinatal Medicine (2005). Specialist, Japan Society of Obstet Gynecol and Japan Society of Ultrasound in Medicine. Board, International Society The Fetus as a Patient, World Association of Perinatal Medicine. Honorary members: Medical Academies of Croatia and Uruguay,Japan Obstet-Gyned, Laparoscopy,Perinatal Neoatal Medicine, Med-Biol Engineering etc, (1990).

Research Interest :

Clinical Pediatrics

OCM Member
neonatalogy
VM Medical Park Pendik Private Hospital , Turkey
Biography :

Selim Sancak is an Neonatalogist at VM Medical Park Pendik Private Hospital at Istanbul, Turkey. He has over 13 publications and he has completed his 8 courses in pediatric neonatology and in clinical research. He participated in any pediatric congress association and socities and has an experience of 8 years in paediatrics field. His current affiliation will be at VM Medical Park Pendik Private Hospital at Istanbul, Turkey.

Research Interest :

Neonatalogy

OCM Member
Hon retired fellow at University of Edinburgh
University of Edinburgh , United Kingdom
Biography :

I am retired as a child psychiatrist now I trained in Newcastle, England where Paediatrics was strong. The joint collaboration between Prof Issy Kolvin & Prof John Webb kept a strong interest in Clinical Paediatrics during my Child Psychiatry training. I spent 6 years in Birmingham before my long appointment here at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children Edinburgh. This gave me a close relationship with my Paediatric colleagues & teaching opportunities to medical students, nurses, & psychologist. After my retirement, I had brief teaching experiences in Armenia, Dohuk, Iraqi Kurdistan & Palestine where I learned about Child Mental health problems in new contexts. I would describe my interests as those of a pediatrician with an interest in Child Mental Health. I still think we are at our best for our patients when we work collaboratively. as there is "no physical health without mental health"

Research Interest :

Pediatric and Neonatology

OCM Member
University Hospital Onofre Lopes , Brazil
Biography :

Nilson N. Mendes Neto, M.D. is a physician scientist and mentor at the American Physicians Scientist Association. He is also member of the Infectious Diseases Society of American, American Academy of Pain Medicine and American Academy of Neurology. In addition to be an alumni of the University of California, Davis, he is also the president of Interest Group Research in Infectious Diseases at his home university. In the last 3 years, Dr. Nilson Mendes has worked in Neuromodulation research to treat patients with chronic pain such as fibromyalgia, headaches and low back pain. He has also conducted very important researches about Congenital Zika Syndrome and its neurological complications.

OCM Member
MAHSA University Malaysia , Malaysia
Biography :

Prof Zaininah Mohd Zain is a highly professional Public Health Consultant. She was the longest serving Director of Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL), the largest Premier Public Hospital in Asia since 2006 and has demonstrated continuous growth, achievements, and impressive leadership in the management of complex activities within the healthcare industry. She graduated with MBChB Alexandria University, Egypt in 1982 and specialized with Masters Health Services & Hospital Management, South Banks University, London. UK in 1996. She was the 1st Malaysian to receive prestigious The Dr Farndale Award 1996 from South Banks University, London, UK. She was gazetted as Public Health Physician by Ministry Of Health, Malaysia in December 2003. A NIOSH Certified Medical Impairment Disability Assessor in May 2005; became MSQH Surveyor in 2009 and Lead Auditor in MS ISO 9000-2000 in 2010. Her unstoppable quest for knowledge, she became Certified Talent Competency Professional (CTCP) Asian Regional Training & Development Organization International (ARTDO) in July 2012. She’s very much involved in teaching and training in Clinical Programs where she was made Professor & Advisor Clinical Programs Faculty Of Medicine by few prestigious Private Universities in the country. Sharpening human resource management and financial skill, she successfully completed MBA in Leadership, Singapore in 2015 and Masterclass in Finance Modelling, Melbourne in 2016.

OCM Member
Pediatrics
University of Jammu and Kashmir , India
Biography :

Dr. Gowhar Ahmad is a Director in the Department of Ophthalmology, Florence Hospital, Multispecialty Centre, Kashmir, India. He pursued his MBBS from University of J&K and Master of Surgery in Ophthalmology, SN Medical College, University of Agra. He obtains a fellowship in Paediatric Ophthalmology from Morefield’s Eye Hospital, London and fellowship in Oculoplasty and Neurophthalmology from King Khaled Eye Specialist Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He had more than 40 years of experience in the field of Ophthalmology and served as guest National and International speaker. He has posted more than 7oo Ophthalmic articles on Linked-in, and more than 800 on Docpleuxs. He is the key opinion leader on the Curofy having published more than 1600 posts. He has published many ophthalmic International Papers and served as Editorial Member for International Journal of Science and Research. He attended the World Congress on Pediatrics and Clinical Pediatrics at Dubai, UAE on November 28th and 29th 2018 as a guest speaker. He is the Editorial Board Member for Clinical Pediatrics 2019 Congress, to be held in June 2019, in Scotland. He is also a member of the Kashmir Ophthalmic Society. He served as Ex Senior Consultant Ophthalmologist and Hod of QATEEF Central Hospital Eastern Province, KSA. He is also the Ex Sr Con Ophthalmologist of Govt Medical College, Srinagar, Kashmir, India. His special interest are Pediatric Ophthalmology, Oculoplasty, Neurophthalmology, Medical Ophthalmology. He is also interested in community ophthalmology and has conducted many eye camps in rural areas.

OCM Member
Specialist Pediatrician & Neonatologist, Pediatric Neonatology
Prime HealthCare Group , United Arab Emirates
Biography :

Dr. Amr Hawal is a Pediatrician and Neonatologist whose experience in the field spans 20 years, backed by a higher education degree from Ain Shams University in Egypt, one of the oldest and top ranking universities in the MENA region. He is pioneering an open and contextual evaluation model based on constructive responses, which has led in the creation of new methods to improve pediatric healthcare, neonatology and pediatric nutrition. Dr. Amr has established this model following his years of experiences in medical practice, research and evaluation, and teaching and administration in hospitals and medical universities in the reigion, including Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE. Dr. Amr has published several studies in reputable international journals in neonatology and pediatric nutrition. He has also presented his findings in prestigious international conferences and symposia.

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