The Open Medical Imaging Journal

ISSN: 1874-3471 ― Volume 12, 2020

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M. Feola (Biography
M. Feola

Dr. Mauro Feola principle fields of interest are Heart Failure, Nuclear Cardiology and Magnetic Resonance applied to cardiac diseases. He has a rich experience in the area of stress and pharmacological tests (dipyridamole, adenosine and dobutamine). Since 2004, Dr. Feola started using MRI in cardiovascular diseases for reading images (with a Radiologist expert in MRI). Currently, he is the Director of a Division of Cardiology in the Hospital Regina MOntis Regalis in Mondovi' Italy (being promoter of the project of Telemedicine in advanced heart failure patients).


Cardiology Division
Ospedale Regina Montis Regalis

L. De Gennaro (Biography
L. De Gennaro

Dr. Luigi De Gennaro is Full Professor of Physiological Psychology at the Department of Psychology - University of Rome “ Sapienza”, and Director of the Sleep Laboratory of University of Rome Sapienza. Author of more than 130 articles on international peer-reviewed journals He is Associate Editor of many International Journals. Reviewer of the several journals (among these: Science, Nature Communications, J Sleep Res; Cer Cortex; Sleep Med Rev; Neuroimage; Journal of Neuroscience; Human Brain Mapping; Brain Topograph).


Department of Psychology
University of Rome “ Sapienza”

M.W. Im (Biography
M.W. Im

Dr. Moon Whan Im has obtained Ph.D. Seoul National University Postgraduate School, Seoul, Korea. He has currently been serving as a Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology, School of Medicine, Inha University since 1996. He has been recognized with several international distinctions/awards in recent years. He has contributed more than 90 publications in various journals.


Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Inha University Hospital
South Korea

M.A. Mazzei (Biography
M.A. Mazzei

Prof. Maria Antonietta is presently serving as an Associate Professor of Radiology at the University of Siena, Department of Medical, Surgical and Neuro Sciences. Her research is in Radiology. Her skills and expertise are in Imaging, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance, Medical Imaging, Diagnostic Radiology, Diagnostic Imaging, Ultrasound Imaging, Medical Image Analysis, 3D-Imaging, and Radiography. She has contributed more than 145 publications, having citations around 898. She has been recognized with several international distinctions/awards in recent years. She is also working in the editorial board of various international journals.


Department of Medical
Surgical and Neuro Sciences
University of Siena

A.Q. Rana (Biography
A.Q. Rana

Abdul Qayyum Rana earned his B.Sc. degree from the University of Punjab, Pakistan in 1990. He further recieved Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 1991 from the University of Punjab, King Edward Medical College, Lahore, Pakistan. Currently, he is serving as a Consultant Neurologist and Director, Parkinson’s Clinic of Eastern Toronto, & Movement Disorders Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He has attended different national and international confrences. He has written 14 books on different topics such as “Neurological Emergencies in Clinical Practice’’ and “Differential Diagnosis of Movement Disorders in Clinical Practice”. He has also contributed more than 70 publications in different journals.


Parkinson’s Clinic of Eastern Toronto & Movement Disorders Centre
Toronto, ON

E.G. Figueiredo (Biography
E.G. Figueiredo

Dr. Eberval obtained a Ph.D. from the University of Sao Paulo. He has served as a full professor at the Department of Neurology, University of Sao Paulo. He is currently responsible for teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels at the Department of Neurology, Faculty of Medicine, University of São Paulo. Dr. Eberval is also working as part of the editorial board of various international journals.


Department of Neurosurgery
University of Sao Paulo
Sao Paulo

D.M. Gibelli (Biography
D.M. Gibelli

Dr. Daniele Maria Gibelli, M.D., Ph.D., has been a researcher in human anatomy since 2013. Dr. Gibelli is currently affiliated with the Department of Biomedical Sciences for Health, University of Milan, Italy. His research covers several fields of gross anatomy, including anatomy of the skull, radiological anatomy and 3D facial imaging. His research interests mainly lie in the fields of Gross anatomy, Radiological anatomy, Facial anatomy and mimicry, osteology, 3D image elaboration, Validation of 3D image acquisition systems for anatomical purposes, Physical anthropology, and History of anatomy. Dr. Gibelli, as an author/co-author, has published more than 85 articles in various journals, having over 485 total citations.


Department of Biomedical Sciences for Health
University of Milan

G. Larciprete (Biography
G. Larciprete

Dr. G. Larciprete was Born in Rome. High School Classic Gymnasium with full votes (60/60), on 13-7-1992, in Rome, Liceo Augusto Medical School in Tor Vergata University, Rome, with full votes graduation (110 e lode) with thesis on “Hyperinsulinaemia in pregnancy and development of Preclampsia, on 23-7-1997. Residency in Obst/Gyn in Tor Vergata University, Rome, with graduation with full votes with thesis entitled: fetal subcutaneous tissue thickness and new models for a birthweight prediction algorithm,on 25/11/2002. PhD in Perinatal Medicine in Tor Vergata University (Rome) with thesis entitled: scientific production of a PhD, on 23-11-2007. Consultant in FBF Hospital, Rome, Obst/Gyn dept.


General Hospital Level Fatebenefratelli
Isola Tiberina

Piero Pavone (Biography
Piero Pavone

Professor Piero Pavone was qualified to become an associate professor Pediatrics in 2012. Professor Pavone completed his medical training at the University of Catania, Italy. He was trained during the fellowship in New York (Cornell University Dott Trifiletti and later on New Yersey University Newark). His main research area is child Neurology and movement disorders. Professor Pavone published over 200 papers in renowned journals, and has also contributed to the peer review of more than 40 journals. He has secured over 5 major competitive research grants. He has served the editorial boards of different scientific journals.


AUO Policlinico-Vittorio Emanule
University of Catania

H. Toyama (Biography
H. Toyama

Dr. Hiroshi Toyama obtained his Ph.D. (Dr. of Medical Science) degree in 1990 from the Graduate School of Medicine, Fujita Health University, Toyoake, Japan. Dr. Toyama currently holds two key positions, i.e. (1) Professor and Chairman, Department of Radiology, Fujita Health University, Toyoake, Japan (2013-present), and (2) Visiting Scientist, Department of Brain Science and Molecular Imaging, National Institute for Longevity Sciences (NILS), Obu, Japan (2003-present). His fields of expertise mainly include Nuclear Medicine and brain PET/SPECT. Dr. Toyama, as an author/co-author, has published more than 80 articles in various journals, having total number of citations of over 1,500.


Department of Radiology
Fujita Health University

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L. Chaari (Biography
L. Chaari

Dr. Lotfi CHAARI has obtained his Ph.D. in signal and image processing at the University of Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, France. He is an Assistant professor HDR at INP-Toulouse, France. His research interests are in Biomedical and statistical image processing, Functional and parallel MRI, Iterative and convex optimization, Detection, Estimation, Stochastic sampling, Inverse problems. He has contributed more than 50 publications in various journals.


INP Toulouse

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