Dr. Chan is interested in both basic and applied studies of the human larynx at many different levels. In particular, the focus is on vocal fold tissue mechanics and biorheology, and their relationships with voice acoustics and laryngeal physiology. Another area of emphasis is tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, where various types of extracellular matrix scaffolds are being developed as tissue replacements for surgical applications.
Dr. Khosro Adibkia
Professor of Pharmaceutics, Faculty of Pharmacy, Tabriz University of Medical Sciences
Field of research: Novel Drug Delivery systems e.g. Pharmaceutical nanotechnology, microsystems as well as pulsatile systems; Modification of drug solubility and dissolution via physical and technological means e.g. cosolvency, solid dispersions, matrix, pulsatile and spray drying formulations.
Dr. Abolghasem Jouyban
Tabriz University of Medical Sciences
Head of Pharmaceutical Analysis Laboratory, Professor of Pharmaceutical Analysis;
Dr. Jouyban has been awarded Prizes for the Best Lecturer in 1993 and for the Best Researcher in 1996 in the School of Pharmacy of Tabriz University of Medical Sciences. He got ORS Scholarship to study at the University of Bradford in 1998. In Iranian Scientific Razi Festival, 2000 he also has been awarded a Prize from President Khatami. He was the best researcher of Tabriz University of Medical Sciences in 2003, 2005 & 2006, and director of the best research project in Tabriz University of Medical Sciences in 2004, 2005 & 2006.
Doctor of Pharmacy, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, India.
Ahmad Rohi Ghazali (Professor)
Biomedical Science Programme
School of Diagnostic & Applied Health Sciences
Faculty of Health Sciences
The National University of Malaysia
Expertise and primary interests: Pharmacology and Toxicology
Teaching and learning activities include developing, coordinating and monitoring many courses related to pharmacology and toxicology. The courses are all now fully-blended and a MOOC has also being constructed. As the Coordinator of the Health Education Unit and University’s Citra Fellow, she is responsible to assist and educate faculty members in implementing best practices in teaching and learning too. Currently she has been carrying out research on cancer particularly on chemoprevention aspects of many local foods and natural products and their active compounds. Current community research activities also include promoting good health and occupational safety among farmers in Malaysia and students in Tahfiz schools.