Giovanna M. Franconi is assistant professor of Internal Medicine and Director of the Master's Degree in Clinical Acupuncture at University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy. She has been partner of two 7th Framework Programme European projects related to Chinese Medicine, GP-TCM (Good Practice in Traditional Chinese Medicine) and CHETCH (Chinese and Europe Taking Care of Healthcare Solutions) and is a reviewer of research projects related to Chinese Medicine for the Health and Medical Research Fund of Hong Kong (HKSAR). She has published the book “Male Infertility: an Integrative Manual of Western Medicine and Chinese Medicine” in 2018 with Bentham Books and been lecturing on acupuncture research in Italy, UK, Germany, Portugal and P.R. China.
University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
Hegyi Gabriella is Medical Doctor, with specialization of internal medicine, working medicine and rehabilitation, she completed his Ph.D. in medical Sciences at the University of St. Stephan, Budapest, Hungary . She went on to establish and lead the efforts of Yamamoto rehabilitation Institute in Budapest in 1989 where eastern and western medicine joints. She is the member of advisory board of health Ministry since 1997, organizes the TCM, neuraltherapy and Cam courses at University for medical doctors since 1986. For the past 16 years, he has been the President of Hungarian Biophysical Association, President of Hungarian Medical Acupuncture Association, researcher of CAMbrella, the Paneuropean CAM Project, researcher of NATO CAM Project, establish person of TCM Confucius Institute of Pecs University in 2015. She is the author on more than 250 papers, more books. She has been an Editorial Board Member of 6 professional medical journals in last years.
University of Pécs, Hungary
Gregory Ninot is a Professor at the University of Montpellier and the Montpellier Cancer Institute in Montpellier (France). He is the Founder and Executive Director of the “Plateforme CEPS” (www.plateforme-ceps.fr), a collaborative academic international platform, working on non-pharmacological intervention (NPI) assessment methods, developing open source tools for research on NPIs (such as meta-search engine identifying rigorous NPI trials www.motrial.fr), and meetings (such as iCEPS international conference www.iceps2019.fr). He runs a double Academic training in Exercise Sciences applied to Health and in Health Psychology. He has spent the last 25 years working on clinical research evaluating the efficacy, safety and cost-effectiveness of NPIs in patients with chronic diseases (such as cancer or COPD) or at risk of chronic diseases (such as fall-prevention in elderly persons). He has published 135 articles in international scientific and medical journals, 11 books and 20 book chapters. He has created a blog (www.blogensante.fr) to encourage clinical research in NPIs.
University of Montpellier, France
Prof. Shozo Yanagida (Emeritus Professor at Osaka University) is one of solar cells (DSE, PVS) pioneers, and now stay at the forefront with regards to e.g. electron transfer phenomena and computational molecular modeling verification of such phenomena. A year ago, he founded “M3 Laboratory Inc.” in Osaka University, ISIR. “M3” stands mitochondria and microwave thermal catalysis. With regard to mitochondria, he presented a lecture entitled “Longevity and Mitochondria Sustainability” at 2nd World Congress and Expo on Traditional and Alternative Medicine, held at Rome, Italy in 2018.
Osaka University, Japan
Si-Chen Lee received his Ph.D degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University in 1980. He is a professor at National Taiwan University. He served as the Dean of academic affairs of National Taiwan University from 1996 to 2002. Since 1988, he pioneered a research work on the Chinese traditional qigong and somatic science which confirmed the existence of certain extraordinary ability of human body, such as character recognition by finger, psychokinesis. He also discovered the existence of information field (spiritual world) and proposed the "unification of mind and matter" to explain the phenomena.
Lee is an IEEE Fellow, member of the Chinese Institute of Electrical Engineering, he has received Dr. Sun Yat-San Academic award in 1987, five consecutive outstanding research awards of National Science Council from 1986 to 1996. He has been elected as a member of The Asia-Pacific Academy of Materials (APAM) in 1997, and received IEEE Third Millennium Medal for outstanding achievements and contributions in the area of Semiconductor Devices in 2000. In 2002, he was awarded the Medal of Electrical Engineering from the Association of Chinese Electrical Engineer.
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Mohammadbagher Rezaee did his PhD. and Research work on Photochemistry or chemistry (Ag). His research is on cultivation, extraction, formulation and produce natural products out of medicinal and Aromatic plants. He designed research apparatuses and pilot of essential oil distillation and herbal extraction. He has published 6 Book in Persian language and international of two chapters of bio-activity on herbal extracts or essential oil. Finish lots of thesis with different topics on Msc. and PhD. with his students. He has published many papers on this topic in national and international (ISI) journals. He is a scientist in Research Institute Forests and Rangelands (RIFR) -Tehran-IRAN, Chairman of "Union Medicinal plants of Iran" (UMPI) and chair member of "Iranian medicinal plants society" (IMPS). He got three national award abut selected and important medicinal plant as natural product or instead of synthetic medicine and bio-logical uses.
Shahid Beheshti University, Iran
Alain Baumelou is Professor of Nephrology in Sorbonne University (Université Pierre et Marie Curie : www.upmc.fr), and practitioner in the uronephrology department of La Pitié Salpetrière Hospital (GHPS : www.pitiesalpetriere.aphp.fr ). He created in 2007 in this hospital the “Pole SPEPS”, a cluster joining Public Health, Pharmacy and Pharmacology activities. And he develop in this “pole” since 2009 an Integrative Center for Traditional Chinese Medicine (www.medecinechinoise.aphp.fr ). The Integrative Center for Traditional Chinese Medicine of GHPS develop a network of medical units conducting research and trials on Chinese medicine ( kidney diseases, obstetrics and gynecology, obesity, neurology, cancer ) and is in charge of graduate and postgraduate trainings in TCM.
Sorbonne University, France