Affiliation: Neurometabolic Unit, National Hospital, Queen Square, London, UK
Birthplace: Southport, Merseyside, UK in 07.07.1967
Biography: Iain P. Hargreaves did his PhD in biochemistry at the University of Liverpool, between 1991-1994. Following this, he worked as a Research Fellow at the Institute of Neurology, Queen Square, London where he gained an interest in mitochondrial respiratory chain disorders and coenzyme Q10 metabolism and have worked in this field since this time.
Audience: This book would be appropriate for University libraries together with book shops such as Waterstones and Blackwells.This book would be appropriate for University libraries together with book shops such as Waterstones and Blackwells. This book is written for specialists (PhD students and Post doctoral researchers) and non-specialists interested in coenzyme Q10. This book will be useful for medical professionals who may prescribe coenzyme Q10 to patients together with people who are health conscious and may be or may want to use coenzyme Q10 as part of their health regime or to improve their exercise performance. This book would be appropriate for University libraries together with book shops such as Waterstones and Blackwells.
Cyclophosphamide: Clinical Pharmacology, Uses and Potential Adverse Effects
Editor: Maher Salamoon
Affiliation: Consultant, Breast Cancer Department, Al-Bairouni University Cancer Center, Damascus, Syria
Place of Birth: Tartous, Syria, June.18.1973, Syria
Biography: Maher Salamoon obtained his medical Diploma from Damascus university, school of medicine in 1998 and a master degree in medical oncology from the nuclear Medicine center in Damascus,Syria in 2003 then a post doctoral study and fellowship in bone marrow transplant from Claude Bernard university in Lyon,France. He has a subspeciality in Lymphoma treatment and cancer cell biology. He has contributed more than several papers in cancer translational research and he has more than 20 national and international publications in reputed journals.He has been a speaker in several national and international oncology conferences.
Audience: For medical schools students, basic researchers, hematologists and oncologists.
Fluoxetine: Pharmacology, Mechanisms of Action and Potential Side Effects
Editor: Graziano Pinna
Professor, The Psychiatric Institute, Department of Psychiatry, College of
Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago
Sardinia (Italy) – Italian, American
Pinna is a scientist of international reputation for his discoveries on
anxiety, depression, and PTSD. He received a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from the
Free University of Berlin, Germany and a Laura of Doctor in Neuropharmacology
from the University of Cagliari, Italy. He has authored 70 articles in impact
journals of psychiatry, neuroendocrinology, and neuroscience, which have been
featured several times in the media. He has been an invited speaker in
international conferences and has organized drug
discovery symposia. Prof. Pinna is well-known for the discovery of a new
mechanism of action of fluoxetine with impact in SSRI therapy of anxiety, PTSD,
premenstrual syndrome, and depression.
and Industry in Psychiatry, neuroscience, neurology, endocrinology
Propranolol: Medical Uses, Mechanisms of Action and Potential Adverse Effects
Editor: Mislav Puljevic
Affiliation: University of Zagreb, School of medicine, University hospital Center Zagreb, Clinic for Cardiovascular Diseases, Zagreb, Croatia
Birthplace: Zagre; January 12, 1982; Croatian
Biography: Mislav Puljevic graduated from the Medical Faculty, University of Zagreb . During his studies he received the Dean's Award for the best scientific paper. Since June 2008, he is employed at the University of Zagreb as a research assistant on the science project at the Department of Internal Medicine. Since than he worked in University Hospital Center in Clinic for Cardiovascular Diseases. Dr. Puljevic is the author of several scientific articles and several meeting abstracts indexed in the "Current Contents." He participated in several clinical courses and participated at advanced life support. Since 2009 he is an ALS instructor for ERC.
Audience:Doctors (Internal Medicine –All Branches), Pharmaceuticals, Biochemists
Voriconazole: Pharmacokinetics, Role in Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Clinical Outcomes
Editor: Andrea Angelini
Affiliation: University of Bologna, Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli Department of Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal Oncology, Bologna, Italy
sul Rubicone (FC), Italy - Italian
degree (2008) with 110/110 cum laude and Board of Orthopedics (2014) with
110/110 cum laude. Main field of interest is musculoskeletal oncology: he
collaborated for books and scientific papers (50 papers, 280 citations), he has
held numerous courses and talks at international meetings. Peer-reviewer of 11
Audience: Infectious diseases physicians; Community
ophthalmologists; Family physicians; General internists and other primary care
professionals; Pneumologists; Pediatricians, Orthopaedic and General Surgeons, Dermatologists
Physicians training or in practice in Occupational and Environmental Medicine
(OEM); also useful to other professionals in occupational health including
nurses, industrial hygienists, toxicologists, and safety professionals; Health
Educators; Infection Control Professionals; HIV/ID.