Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Assistant Professor, Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
The University of Arizona College of Medicine, USA , USA
Biography :

Eileen in an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Public Health; Co-Director and Training Director of the University of Arizona Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities Training Program; and, Director of the Neonatal Developmental Follow-up Clinic at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, USA. She has extensive experience teaching university students in early childhood special education, training early intervention practitioners, and teaching premature infants and children with low incidence neurodevelopmental disabilities. She has conducted research on the effects of systems change on the field (early childhood special education), service recipients, providers, and on the effects of implementing family-centered services on families, early intervention service coordinators, practitioners and the service delivery systems. Her current research focuses on the predictors of developmental outcomes of high-risk and developmentally delayed infants; the impact of prematurity on a diagnosis of autism or other neurodevelopmental disorder; and on a Family-Centered Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Treatment Model.

Research Interest :

Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

OCM Member
CEO & Co-Founder
CEO & Founder @ Regenerage Medicine , Mexico
Biography :

Dr. Osorio is an innovative businessman with a distinct entrepreneurial mindset concentrated adding value on areas of Biotechnology (mRNA), Reprogramming & Regenerative Medicine for translational use in humans and a variety of clinical applications aimed for both the private and the public health sectors. Dr. Osorio is the Founder, President, and CEO of RegenerAge Clinic and RegenerAge Beauty initiatives for transnational implementations. Vice President and International Clinical Developer for Bioquark, Inc., Chief Clinical Officer and Co-Founder at Reanima Advance Biosciences Project. Founder and CEO at Dr. Jois® and BiorganicAging® initiatives. He is the Medical Advisor at The Cracking Monkey® and HairLogica®. Chief Medical Officer at What Skin Needs™/WSN International Pty. Ltd. Within the academic and educational fields, Dr. Osorio acts as the Executive Vice President: Chairman of the WAMS Americas Division, member of the WAMS Executive Council (WAMS Executive Board), a member of the WAMS Education & Training Board (ETB), a member of the WAMS Editorial Board, an Honorary Member of the Academy Faculty FWAMS, an Honorary Fellow of the Academy & is also a Senior Partner at WAMS, The World Academy of Medical Sciences. He also functions as the Chief Executive Officer and a Founder at The Reprogramming Medicine Association. Dr. Osorio has appeared on several occasions on International T.V. shows, newspapers, radio shows, online discussion panels and has published multiple articles and medical reviews.

Research Interest :

Regenerative Medicine, Anti-Aging Medicine.

OCM Member
Director
Western Specialist Center , Australia
Research Interest :

Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

OCM Member
Founder & Principal Consultant
Courageous Steps , USA
Biography :

Katie Reginato Cascamo is the mother of a premature son, born 2 ½ months early at 2 ½ pounds. Her neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) experience and subsequent challenges with pediatric developmental delays changed her worldview and inspired her to help others during similar difficulties. She is the founder of Courageous Steps, an organization that provides leadership tools to health organizations that manage the care of babies born premature and children with pediatric disabilities. By focusing on employee training and analyzing the business management of these organizations, she strives to increase provider wellness, as well as decrease neonatal and pediatric provider burnout. Its overall mission is to serve organizations that advance preemie and special-needs populations by providing them with a roadmap on how to improve. An accomplished entrepreneur, Katie has modeled a Servant Leadership approach across her career by empowering people with the skills necessary to manage adversity. After starting her own business in the insurance industry, she shifted her focus to help others develop their own potential. She grew Goodwill Industries' welfare-to-work program, a workforce development program for families in need of temporary assistance, from a 45% employment rate to a 100% rate in one year. Katie believes in investing and guiding people, serving as both a motivational speaker and volunteer with organizations that support NICU families. As a Camaldolese Benedictine Oblate, she also contributes to interfaith discussions and provides resources to chaplains, social workers, and pastors. Katie holds a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership with a concentration in Servant-Leadership. She plans to pursue her Doctorate in Leadership so that she may better advance preemie and special-needs organizations.

OCM Member
Professor, Medicine
Sechenov University , Russia
OCM Member
Medical Director, Pediatric Respiratory Medicine
Al Jalila Children's Specialty Hospital , United Arab Emirates
Biography :

Specializing in respiratory disorders in children, Basil graduated from the University of Khartoum, Sudan and then went on to complete his PhD thesis at the University of Birmingham (UK) on the control of breathing in children. He then completed his training in General Pediatrics and Pediatric Respiratory Medicine in the UK and Ireland. He began practicing as a Pediatric Respiratory Consultant in 2002.He was appointed in one of the leading hospitals in Ireland, as Consultant in Pediatric Respiratory Medicine at the National Children’s Hospital/Our Lady’s Hospital, Crumlin, Dublin. During his medical career in Dublin, Basil worked as a Consultant Pediatric Pulmonologist, with clinical and research interests in asthma, chronic cough, cystic fibrosis and sleep disordered breathing in children. He is also a Senior Clinical Lecturer, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland where he was heavily involved in research and teaching.In 2011 he was appointed as the National specialty Director at the Royal college of Physicians in Ireland, responsible for higher specialty training in pediatrics.In 2015, he joined Al Jalila Children’s as a Consultant Pediatric Pulmonologist, and went on to become the Medical Director in April 2016.Basil has presented and published extensively his research ( more than 40 peer-reviewed publications), and has given a number of invited presentations both nationally and internationally. He is an esteemed and respected member of several societies including the British Paediatric Respiratory Society, the European Respiratory Society, and the American Thoracic Society.

Research Interest :

Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

OCM Member
MBBS (India), DCH (London), MRCP-Paeds (London), MRCPH (UK), FRCPCH (UK) , Pediatrics
Apollo Gleneagles Hospital , India
Biography :

The Child Development Centre of Apollo Gleneagles Hospital (CDC, AGH), India’s first Child Development Centre in corporate healthcare set up has become a reality with Dr. Anjan Bhattacharya’s sheer determination. This is a unique service development in Indian scenario, the impact of which now reverberates throughout the nation with positive impact for children with EBD [Educational/Emotional, Behavioral and Developmental] problems, which constitute 1 in 4 to 1 in 6 children throughout the globe*. His pioneering sprits have broken through the traditional hurdles in this field of science, setting international standards as benchmarks in India in this topic. This was recognized internationally by the WHO (World Health Organization) whereupon he participated in the collaborative pioneering research of WHO on core standard setting of ICF (International Classification on Functioning) in children, using Cerebral Palsy (CP) as its pioneering model**. He followed this up with organizing International Training in India in December 2013 and a globally pioneering validation study is presented in EACD (European Academy of Childhood Disability) annual conference in Stockholm in June 2016. Dr. Bhattacharya brings this standard in his Indian Centre at AGH, Kolkata. Three separate poster presentations co-authored by him on the topic was presented in 2017 EACD annual conference in Amsterdam in May 2017 amidst steep international competition, contributing to the largest Indian academic presence in the history of this European body. Currently, he is leading a collaborative multicentric international study with Queensland University, Australia on Community Based Early Detection using GM tool with 98% accuracy by 3 months of postnatal age and effectivity of Community Based Early Intervention in CP, called LEAP-CP Study. He is also India Lead in the GM (Prectle) Movements Courses here. Dr. Anjan Bhattacharya has worked in Newham University Hospial and Newham Primary Care Trust, London as a Developmental Paediatrician. He worked for 12 years in the UK in Paediatrics. He has skills in assessing children’s mental development using Griffiths tool and Bayleys III Scale for Infants and Toddlers. He uses the Gold Standard diagnostic evaluation of children with Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule [ADOS] and Autism Diagnostic Interview - Revised [ADI - R] technique. He is an RCPCH, UK examiner for MRCPCH UK and DCH, UK examinations. He is also an Honorary Affiliate Tutor and Course Co-ordinator of DCH/IPPC of Sydney University Australia. He is ex-head DNB Program of AGH, Kolkata and DNB Centre Appraiser of NBE, New Delhi. He worked as an international medical expert in a medicolegal case involving childhood disability in Singapore. He is an office bearer of two chapters of Indian Academy of Pediatrics, nationally.

OCM Member
University of Florida , USA
Research Interest :

Pediatric Nephrology

OCM Member
MD, MSc, FISQua , Pediatric and Neonatology
Al Zahra Hospital Dubai - UAE , United Arab Emirates
Biography :

Dr. Hussein is a Pediatrician and Neonatologist at Al Zahra Hospital Dubai – UAE. He graduated from Damascus University, then completed training in Pediatric and Neonatology in Syria to become a Board certified. He achieved his Fellowship and Membership from International Society for Quality in Healthcare ISQua. Dr. Hussein pursues MSc in Healthcare Management from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland RCSI. He had a certificate in Quality and Safety from the Institute for Health Improvement IHI. He has a particular interest and skills in healthcare quality, patient safety, clinical audit, research, and global projects that are improving health outcomes.

Research Interest :

Regenerative Medicine, Anti-Aging Medicine.

OCM Member
Psychiatrist and Cognitive Neuroscientist, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Richmond University Medical Center , USA
Biography :

Dr. Rajendra D. Badgaiyan, MD, is a psychiatrist and cognitive neuroscientist. He is Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Richmond University Medical Center, and Professor of Psychiatry at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York. He received formal training in psychiatry, psychology, cognitive neuroscience, molecular imaging and neuroimaging. He was awarded the prestigious BK Anand National Research Prize in India and Solomon Award of Harvard Medical School. His research is focused on the study of neural and neurochemical mechanisms that control human brain functions. He developed the single scan dynamic molecular imaging technique (SDMIT) to detect, map, and measure neurotransmitters released acutely in the human brain during task performance. This technique is now used in laboratories all over the world. Using this technique, he studies dopaminergic control of human cognition and behavior. He is also interested in learning the nature of dysregulated dopamine neurotransmission in psychiatric and neuropsychiatric conditions. His research is funded by NIMH, NINDS, VA, and various foundations. Previously he served in the faculty of Harvard Medical School, SUNY Buffalo and University of Minnesota. He has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals.

OCM Member
Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine
Children's National Health System , USA
Research Interest :

Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

OCM Member
Department of Pediatrics
Ministry of Health (Nicaragua) , Nicaragua
OCM Member
MD, Pediatrician, Neonatologist, Department of Paediatrics
University of Oulu , Finland
Research Interest :

Regenerative Medicine, Anti-Aging Medicine.

OCM Member
Director, The Center for Heart Development, Hunan Normal University , China
Biography :

Xiushan Wu completed his PhD from Stockholm University in 1986-1990, postdoctoral studies from Michegan University and etc in 1990-1994 and Scientist in Karolinska Institute in 1994-2000. He is the Director and Professor of The Center for Heart Development, Hunan Normal University. His research focuses on understanding the mechanisms by which embryonic heart is developed using Drosophila, zebrafish and mice as models. He has published more than 350 papers including over 110 SCI papers.

Research Interest :

Regenerative Medicine, Anti-Aging Medicine.

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