After a success of Antibiotics 2017, we are bringing forth “4th World Congress on Antibiotics and Antibiotic Resistance” on June 14-15, 2017 at Barcelona, Spain
John J.S. Cadwell received his degree in pharmacology from the University of Miami in 1981. He spent additional time studying at the University of Nottingham and the National Institute of Medical Research at Mill Hill, outside of London. He served in various capacities in the biomedical research fields until 2000 when he was founder of FiberCell Systems Inc. a company specializing in the research and supply of hollow fiber bioreactors. He has over 10 publications in the field and three patents relating to hollow fiber systems and is considered a world expert in the field.
Prof. Chmielewski received MSc from Warsaw University of Technology (1965), PhD from Institute of Organic Chemistry (1972), and habilitation (1981). He was Research Director of the Institute and then Director. He spent two research stays, in Purdue University and in Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. He was a visiting professor in Purdue University and University of Sevilla. He was a JSPS fellow, and a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry Journals Grant for visitors. He was Vice-President of the Polish Academy Sciences for the term 2011 – 2014.
He is a member of the executive board and treasurer of the German Society of Infectious Diseases in 1989 and later on became the President of the German Society for Infectious Diseases from 1997-2001. He worked as Secretary General of the National Congress of Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine and became President of the National Congress of Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine from 1999 to 2001. He is the Head of the Department of Internal Medicine at the Klinikum St. Georg gGmbH Leipzig Department of Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine and Nephrology, Teaching Hospital at the University of Leipzig.
Reza Nassiri is an Associate Dean of Global Health, Director of Institute of International Health, Professor of Clinical Pharmacology, Professor of Family andCommunity Medicine and Lecturer in Global Health, Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Hisresearch interests focuses on Clinical Pharmacology of HIV/AIDS & TB, prevention and control of infectious diseases, neglected tropical diseases, communityhealth, global health and socio-ethical determinants of health. He works on international public health issues and has expertise in global health education, research,policy and governance. He has made contributions in various fields of medical sciences including clinical investigation and health education. On the basis of hisextensive experience and expertise in HIV/AIDS and TB, he developed Clinical Research Programs in Brazil, South Africa, Haiti, Dominican Republic and Mexico
Mario A Bianchet received his Ph.D. from The University of La Plata, Argentine, and performed Postdoctoral studies at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where he is now an Assistant Professor of Neurology since 2011. He has published 70 papers in reputed journals. As structural enzymologist and expert in ligand recognition, he has participated in several seminal structural and mechanistic studies of macromolecules and ligand/macromolecule interactions of biomedical interest. He has significant contributions to different fields, including bioenergetics: F1-ATPase, xenobiotic-response: NADPH:Quinone oxidoreductases, DNA-repair: Uracyl-Glycosylase/inhibitors, carbohydrate-recognition: animal lectins, and late-stage cell-wall biosynthesis: LD-transpeptidases and their complexes with substrates and carbapenems.