OBM Integrative and Complementary Medicine is an international peer-reviewed Open Access journal published quarterly online by LIDSEN Publishing Inc. It covers all evidence-based scientific studies on integrative, alternative and complementary approaches to improving health and wellness.
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Vidhi is a Clinical yoga therapist; mentor for yoga therapy training in Krishnamacharya tradition. She holds a MSc in Public health from Kings College London.
She is Complementary and Natural Health Council Profession Specific Board member for Yoga Therapy and Yoga Researcher in the NHS. She has authored articles in yoga and patient group magazines. She supported Central Middlesex Hospital (CMH) rheumatology patient group with patient driven audits and held first in UK pilot study of Yoga Therapy. She has published articles in complementary therapies in medicine and also abstracts in EULAR, Innovations in Medicine Conference for Royal College of Physicians and International Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health, Baltimore. She also completed her internship with London School of Hygiene and Topical medicine conducting a systematic review of behavioral interventions for chronic conditions in low and middle-income countries.
She is also on the mind-body medicine sub-committee supported by the Royal College of Medicine (RSM).
She teaches modular introductory course at Imperial College School of Medicine curriculum to their year medical students and was awarded Inspiration award 2017 (Runners Up). She delivers yoga therapy for the management of addiction in Rehab Clinics such as Promis Clinic as well as other trauma related physical and mental issues. She has collaborated with consultants and General Physicians around West London to deliver Yoga Therapy as a complementary healing modality.
|Address:||8 Allard place, Ingleburn, NSW 2565|
Academic degrees and titles according to the USSR all-union qualification system
Candidate of Technical Sciences (PhD) in the speciality of “Electrical Engineering”.
Doctor of Biological Sciences in the specialities of “Human and animal physiology” and “Biophysics”.
Senior Research Fellow in the speciality of “Biological and Medical Cybernetics”.
Professor in the speciality of “Control in Biological and Medical Systems (Including the Application of Computer Technology)”.
Fields of interest: Analysis and modeling of biological signals including EEG, ERP, ECG, VEP and EMG. Quantitative methods of psychophysiological research.
Grant RYR000 from the International Science Foundation for the project: “The Coding Role of Facilitatory Synapses” (1994)
Linkage Grant HTECH.LG 930981 on the Priority Area on High Technology from the NATO scientific and environmental affairs division for the project “Simulation of Epileptogenesis via Computer Reconstructions of Neuronal Processes”, in collaboration with professor G. Kostopoulos (University of Patras, Greece). 1993-1995.
Publications: More than 90 scientific papers, and a monograph “Transients in Neuronal Systems”, Publ. House of Armenian Academy of Sciences, Yerevan, 1987.
Mirela Olympia Fagarasan Palmer
Anaheim, CA 92815
Phone: (619) 204-3342
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I work in academia as an internationally recognized neuropharmacology and neuroimmunology researcher. I published more than 500 scientific reports in the field of neuropsychopharmacology and signal transduction . I am leading a laboratory interested in understanding the fundamental neurobiological mechanisms of neuropsychiatric disorders to contribute at development of new pharmacological treatments. We use genetic, neuroendocrine and neurochemical methods. We recognize the role of the immune system in modulating neuropsychiatric diseases and we are developing in vitro cellular models and in vivo animal models to study the neuro-immune interactions under normal and disease states I has successfully combined research, teaching, administration and clinical care and continue to work on advancing our understanding of serious mental illness and drug development. We used to translate research findings into medical practice for the purposes of diagnosing, preventing and treating diseases. I has published scientific reports on peptides, their receptors, signal transduction and the role of these neuropeptides in the immune systems. I hold patents for using modified peptides in the treatment of septic shock. I have skills and expertise in receptor pharmacology, immunohistochemistry, in vivo and in vitro cell culture, biochemistry, animal models, cell and molecular biology. I has lectured worldwide on these subjects and the others. I have 19 years of research experience with development and use of in vitro models to test compounds, such as receptor binding, receptor activation, signal transduction, receptor-receptor interactions, and induction of changes in cell cycle, proliferation and apoptosis. Furthermore I validated appropriate assays and models of diseases, screen compounds, and study mechanisms of action.
Ph.D. in Neuroendocrinology
|Professor of Neuropharmacology:||University of South California, Los Angeles P September 1996- present|
|Senior Scientist:||Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York September 1994 –September 1996|
|Senior Scientist:||George Washington University, Washington D.C. and Peptide Technologies, Maryland September 1992-September 1994|
|Visiting Scientist:||National Institute of Mental Health and Peptide Design, Bethesda, MD September 1987-September 1992|
DProf. DProf. Prof. Prof. Prof. Miklas Scholz, cand ing, BEng (equiv), PgC, MSc, PhD, DSc, CWEM, CEnv, CSci, CEng, FHEA, FIEMA, FCIWEM, FICE, Fellow of IWA, Fellow of IETI, has published four books and 267 journal articles. Prof. Scholz has total citations of over 9280 (above 5610 citations since 2016), resulting in an h-index of 48 and an i10-Index of 178. A bibliometric analysis of all constructed wetland-related publications and corresponding authors with a minimum number of 20 publications and 100 citations indicates that Miklas is on place 5 in the world of about 70 authors (including those who have sadly passed away). In 2019, Prof. Scholz was awarded EURO 7M for the EU H2020 REA project Water Retention and Nutrient Recycling in Soils and Streams for Improved Agricultural Production (WATERAGRI). He received EURO 1.52M for the JPI Water 2018 project Research-based Assessment of Integrated approaches to Nature-based SOLUTIONS (RAINSOLUTIONS).