Dr Mari Aparici, MD is a Clinical Professor at Stanford University. She is a Nuclear Physician with residencies in both Europe (Autonomous University of Barcelona) and US (Stanford University), and with Molecular Imaging fellowships from Stanford University. She is a physician-scientist in the development of Molecular Imaging. She has more than 20 years of clinical and research experience in the field, more than 10 years of a leadership position as Chief Nuclear Medicine at the San Francisco VAMC as part of her prior appointment as a UCSF faculty member, and now as Head of the Theranostics and Nuclear Therapies program at Stanford University.
Mai-Lan Ho, MD, is an Associate Professor of Radiology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and clinician-investigator specializing in pediatric neurogenomics and advanced neuroimaging. She completed her undergraduate/graduate training in chemical engineering at Stanford University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and medical school at Washington University in St. Louis. She then pursued diagnostic radiology residency in the Scholar’s Track at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, with mini-fellowships in body MRI and musculoskeletal radiology. Following pediatric and head/neck imaging training at Boston Children’s Hospital and Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Dr. Ho completed her neuroradiology fellowship and a chief fellowship in pediatric neuroradiology at the University of California, San Francisco.
Zoya Vinokur is an alumn of New York City College of Technology. She teaches Radiographic Procedures and Clinical Education. She completed her BSc from Long Island University, MSc in Health Services Management and Policy from New School University and holds advanced certification in Mammography. With over 20 years of professional and teaching experience, she has taught a variety of courses in the medical imaging discipline including, Radiographic Procedures and Positioning, Pediatric Radiography, Advanced Medical Imaging II in a baccalaureate degree program. She is a frequently invited speaker at professional conferences both locally and regionaly. Her areas of concentration and interest includes “Teaching and Technology
Dr. Vikas Leelavati Balasaheb Jadhav has completed Post Graduation in Radiology in 1994. He has 24 Years of experience in the field of Gastro-Intestinal Tract Ultrasound & Diagnostic as well as Therapeutic Interventional Sonography. He is the Pioneer of Gastro-Intestinal Tract Sonography, especially Gastro-Duodenal Sonography. He has delivered many Guest Lectures in Indian as well as International Conferences in nearly 27 countries as an Invited Guest Faculty, since March 2000. He is a Consultant Radiologist & the Specialist in Conventional as well Unconventional Gastro-Intestinal Tract Ultrasound & Diagnostic as well as Therapeutic Interventional Sonologist in Pune, India.
Christopher J Palestro is a Nuclear Medicine Specialist in New Hyde Park, New York. He graduated with honors in 1975. Having more than 44 years of diverse experiences, especially in Nuclear Medicine. He served as Professor, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/North well. He affiliates with many hospitals including Ns / Lij Hs Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Ns / Lij Hs-north Shore University Hospital at Manhasset, Plainview Hospital, Ns / Lij Hs-north Shore University Hosp At Glen Cove, Ns / Lij Hs Southside Hospital, cooperates with many other doctors and specialists without joining any medical groups.
Jing-Huei Lee is Professor and Graduate Program Director of Biomedical Engineering. He is doing current research interests focus on development of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)/spectroscopy (MRS) methodologies and utilization of these methodologies for studying metabolism, bioenergetics and function of the brain and other organs noninvasively. He is also interested in developing advanced hardware and software for MRI applications. These include the development of active noise control for reducing acoustic noise during MRI scan as well as the development of machine learning algorithms for imaging and spectroscopic data processing and analysis.
Dr Nayab Mustansar is currently working as Consultant Nuclear Physician in PAEC, Pakistan and also serving at academic side in Women Medical College Abbottabad as Assistant Professor Anatomy. She did her specialization in Nuclear Medicine from PIEAS university Islamabad. She has served in different well recognized institutes of National importance, including NORI: Islamabad, Shaukat Khanum: Lahore, AFIP: Rawalpindi and INMOL: Lahore. Moreover has served in different medical Colleges of national importance; Shifa International Medial College: Islamabad, Fauji Foundation Medical College: Rawalpindi and HITEC- Institute of Medical Sciences: Taxilla, She has made publications in different journals of good impact factor as well. She is also a valuable REVIEWER of JNMRT.