Tomasz Kardacz 55 years old is physician and the director of private clinic NZOZ im.L.Rydygiera in Olsztyn Poland. He has over 20 publications and has written two books. Dr. Tomasz Kardacz had worked as a Associate Professor in the Department of Department of Pediatrics, University of Warmia and Mazury, Poland. His research interests includes Pediatrics. He is written some articles and reviewer of several international reputed journals. Dr. Tomasz Kardacz is the member of many international affiliations. He has successfully completed his Administrative responsibilities. He has authored of many research articles/books related to Pediatrics.
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.
Treating children with congenital zika syndrome
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.
Over the past twenty-four years, pediatric heart surgeon Dr. William Novick and his non-profit medical teams have performed over 7,400 pediatric heart surgeries in more than 30 countries worldwide including in places like Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Macedonia, Morocco, and Russia. Dr. Novick is a graduate of University of Alabama School of Medicine. After two years as the sole pediatric cardiac surgeon at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Women and Children he joined the faculty at the University of Tennessee as a pediatric cardiac surgeon. He has authored multiple papers on congenital heart disease, contributed to several books on pediatric heart disease, intensive care and thoracic trauma, as well as co-authored “Healing the Heart of Croatia.” In October 2014, this group of dedicated professionals came together in support of their natural leader and formed the William Novick Global Cardiac Alliance. Together Dr. Novick and his global charity continue to work in any corner of the world where their services are needed, bringing real hope and healing to so many children and families.
Pediatrics Cardiac Surgery