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    Jing Yang
    Associate Researcher
    Department of Medicine
    Hangzhou City University
    China
    yangjing@hzcu.edu.cn
    AADC

    I graduated with a Ph.D. in Human Anatomy and Histo-Embryology from Center for Neuroscience at Zhejiang University in 2016. Following my doctoral studies, I pursued postdoctoral research at the Center for Neurodegenerative Disease at Emory University in the United States from 2017 to 2018 and continued postdoctoral work at the College of Brain Science and Brain Medicine at Zhejiang University from 2018 to 2021. In April 2021, I joined the faculty at Hangzhou City University.

    I am a dedicated neuroscientist with a strong academic background and extensive research experience in neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental disorders. Since my master's degree, I have been engaged in research on neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental disorders. As part of my master's studies, I participated in two National Natural Science Foundation (NSFC) projects concerning Alzheimer's disease (AD), systematically investigating the pathologic mechanisms of olfactory dysfunction in the early stages of Alzheimer's using mouse models. My Ph.D. research utilized autism mouse models to reveal the impact of the autism-related gene Shank3 on the development of cortical pyramidal neurons and discovered the role of the anterior cingulate cortex in social deficits. These findings were published in the prestigious journal Nature Neuroscience.

    While at Emory University, my research continued to focus on AD, with a particular emphasis on the role of autophagy in the disease's pathological mechanisms. During my postdoctoral training at Zhejiang University, I led a project funded by the Youth Program of NSFC, investigating the role of calmodulin in neuronal development and participated in in a key project of NSFC investigating the coupling of neural activity to gene transcription in cognitive behavior, with findings published in the journals Neuron and Cell Reports. Additionally, I have been dedicated to studying the molecular control of biological age and frailty in midlife females.

    As an associate researcher at Hangzhou City University, my research has primarily focused on the molecular mechanisms of brain aging, with a keen interest in the differences between males and females during the aging process and a commitment to the development of anti-aging drugs. My work has been supported by a Zhejiang Provincial Natural Science Foundation project.

    My research has been recognized with the publication of 33 SCI papers as the first author or co-author in journals such as Neuron, Nature Neuroscience, and Cell Reports. These publications have received over 715 citations, reflecting the impact of my work on the scientific community. Additionally, I hold two authorized invention patents, showcasing my ability to translate scientific discoveries into practical applications.

    My current position as an Associate Research Fellow at Hangzhou City University allows me to continue my research on the molecular mechanisms of aging and neurodegenerative diseases. I am passionate about contributing significantly to the field and improving human health through a better understanding of the brain. I am committed to mentorship and education, guiding the next generation of neuroscientists at Hangzhou City University.

    In summary, my dedication to neuroscience, my commitment to mentorship, and my contributions to the scientific community have shaped my career as a researcher. I am inspired by the potential of my work to improve the lives of those affected by neurodegenerative conditions and to advance our collective understanding of the brain.

    Research Interests: My research interests are interdisciplinary, combining cellular and molecular biology, neurophysiology, and translational medicine approaches to address significant questions in neuroscience. I am particularly focused on unravelling the mysteries of Alzheimer's disease and the molecular control of biological age and frailty, especially in midlife females. Meanwhile I am dedicated to explore the effects of chronic stress on brain aging which may provide valuable insights into the interplay between psychological stressors and physiological changes within the brain.

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    NevaL Crogan
    Professor
    Department of Nursing
    Gonzaga University
    USA
    crogan@gonzaga.edu
    AADC

    Research Interest: Nursing Home, Nutrition, Quality Of Life, Person-Centered Care, Quality Improvement

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    Ingrid R Niesman
    Director
    Department of Biology
    San Diego State University
    USA
    iniesman@sdsu.edu
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    Research Interest: Primary Sensory Neurons, Neuroanatomy,Comparative Neuroanatomy , Cell Signaling

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    Ferid Krupic
    Associate professor
    Department of Orthopaedics and Radiology
    Sahlgrenska University Hospital,
    Sweden
    ferid.krupic@vgregion.se
    AADC

    Research Interest: Dementia, Qualitative Research, Quantitative Research, Patients and Health-Care Professionals Experiences, Orthopaedics, Ethnicity, Language Barriers, Culture, Religion, Medicine, Nursing

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    Vittorio Gentile
    Aggregate Professor
    Department of Biochemistry
    II University of Naples
    Italy
    vittorio.gentile@unina2.it
    AADC

    Research Interest: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Transglutaminases; Neurodegeneration.

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    Dnyanesh N Tipre
    Founder and Chairman
    Department of Molecular Imaging
    United Translational Molecular Imaging Center
    USA
    dnyanesht@yahoo.com
    AADC

    Research Interest: Applications of Molecular Imaging & Scanner in Diagnosis & Drug Development, Drug Development and Discovery, Preclinical, Translational & Clinical Imaging. Pharmacological Investigations and Intervention Studies, CNS disorders and disease, Oncology, Cardiology and Neuro-cardiology, Inflammatory and Infectious disease, Metabolic disorders, Transplantation and Regenerative Medicine, Biodistribution, Pharmacokinetics and Metabolism of Drugs and Radiotracers,b

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    Francisco Alvarez
    Neurology Assistant
    Hospital of Covilha
    Portugal
    franciscoplus@hotmail.com
    AADC

    Research Interest: Stroke- Vascular Dementia- Small Vessels Disease of the Brain

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    Chiara Villa
    School of Medicine and Surgery
    University of Milano-Bicocca
    Italy
    chiara.villa@unimib.it
    AADC

    Dr. Chiara Villa is a post-doctoral fellow who started her research activity at Dept. of Neurological Sciences, University of Milan, Fondazione Cà Granda IRCCS Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico in 2006. In 2009 she obtained her PhD in Molecular Medicine. Her research activity was focused on genetic and expression analyses in order to clarify the effects of allelic variants in key genes on development and progression of two neurodegenerative diseases: Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD). In 2014, she moved to the University of Milano-Bicocca and joined a research group working in the study of molecular bases of autism and sleep disorders, including restless legs syndrome (RLS) and nocturnal frontal lobe epilepsy (NFLE). Her work is now focused on applying her previous research experience in this field.

    Research Interest: Alzheimer's disease, frontotemporal lobar degeneration, neurodegeneration, sleep disorders, epilepsy, autism, genetics, miRNAs

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    Pietro Gareri
    Professor
    Department of Health Sciences
    Elderly Health Care Center
    Italy
    pietro.gareri@alice.it
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    Research Interest: Elderly patients, Care of patients affected with dementia in ambulatory, home and residential care settings -Care of patients affected with neurodegenerative diseases-Neuropsy chopharmacology,Geriatric pharmacology.

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    Dah-Yuu Lu
    Professor
    Department of Pharmacology
    China Medical University
    Taiwan
    dahyuu@mail.cmu.edu.tw
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    Research Interest Neurodegenerative Diseases, Neuroinflammation, Neuropharmacology

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    Prasunpriya Nayak
    Professor
    Department of Physiology
    NRI Medical College and General Hospital
    India
    nprasunpriya@hotmail.com
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    Research Interest Neurodegenerative diseases, Neurotoxicity, Neuropharmacology, Neuroinflammation, Neurochemistry, Behavioral Physiology and Wound Healing.

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    Arnim Quante
    Senior Psychiatrist
    Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy
    Charité - University Medicine
    Germany
    arnim.quante@charite.de
    AADC

    Research Interest: Depression, Psychiatry, Psychopharmacology , Psychopathology, Bipolar Disorder ,   Psychosomatic Medicine, Psychotherapy,Clinical Psychiatry, Mental Illness ,  Biological Psychiatry ,  Neuropsychopharmacology, Psychiatric Epidemiology,  Psychotherapeutic Processes

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    Juliana Dushanova
    Associate Professor
    Department of Sensory Neurobiology
    Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
    Bulgaria
    juliana@bio.bas.bg
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    Research Interest Electrophysiological Assessment of Brain Mechanisms of Visual, Auditory and Cognitive Processes, Neuropathology in Patients with Neurological Disorders in Development and Aging

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