• Annals of General Internal Medicine
  • Associate Editor

    Nashat Y. Gabrail

    Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, Ohio University Heritage college of Osteopathic Medicine, OHIO, USA

    Nash Gabrail, is the medical oncologist and founder of Gabrail Cancer Center. He is an author of 2 books, “Good Medicine is Cheaper Medicine” and “The Cancer Gene”. He is the host of 2 radio shows. His resume is rich in 160 publications and abstracts in peer review journals. He is an avid clinical researcher who believes that clinical trials are the best option for every single cancer patient when available. He is a graduate of Mosul Medical School in Iraq. He completed graduate Internal Medicine education at The University of Edinburgh, Scotland and Hematology/Oncology in Glasgow, Scotland. He opened Gabrail Cancer Center in Canton, Ohio in 2005, which attracts patients for clinical trials nationally and internationally. He is a member of the Board of Directors and Trustee of the Ohio Hematology Oncology Society, a member of the Board of Advisors to National Oncology Network, a co-founder and Medical director of Employers Healthcare Savings (EHCS), past board member of Community Oncology Alliance (COA) and Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at the Ohio Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine.
  • Associate Editor

    Mingli Han

    Dr. Mingli Han, Department of Breast Surgery, The First Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University, Zhengzhou, China

    Mingli Han, MD, Physician of Breast Surgery, The First Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University. Graduated from Chongqing Medical University. Member of the Breast Cancer Professional Committee of China Anti-cancer Association, Member of the Chinese Society of Clinical Oncology (CSCO), Member of the Youth Committee of Breast Cancer Professional of Henan Anti-cancer Association, Member of Henan Research Standing Committee of Academy of Sciences, Member of Henan Medical Promotion Committee, and The Vice President of Shangqiu Health Management Association. Specialize in: Radical operation of breast cancer, plastic operation of breast cancer, breast conserving operation, sentinel lymph node biopsy, chemotherapy and other standardized treatments, mammotone minimally surgery, vein port implantation, and other breast-related operations.
  • Associate Editor

    Hayrettin Okut

    Research Associate Professor, Department of Preventive Med & Public Health KUSM-W, Wichita, Kansas

    Hayrettin Okut is currently working as a Research Associate Professor at the Kansas University, School of Medicine. His main tasks in this position are providing statistical assistance to both junior and senior colleagues, clinicians, as well as residents and medical school students, consulting and helping to write the biostatistical part of grant proposals by advising design of experimental, specify statistical hypotheses, performing data analyses for the preliminary results before grants submission, and teaching graduate level courses.
  • Associate Editor

    Alessandro de Oliveira

    Associate Professor at the Federal University of São João del, Brazil

    Alessandro de Oliveira holds a bachelor's degree in Physical Education from the Instituto Gammon Escola de I II e III Graus (1997), a Master's Degree in Sports Sciences from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (2001) and a PhD in Nutrition Science from the Federal University of Viçosa (2014). Currently he is an associate professor at the Federal University of São João del- Has experience in Physical Education with emphasis on Exercise Physiology, Measurement and Evaluation and Sports Nutrition, working mainly on the following topics: anthropometry, body composition, physical activity, metabolic syndrome and cardiometabolic diseases.
  • Associate Editor

    Marcello Ciaccio

    Professor of Clinical Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine at the University of Palermo, Italy

    Marcello Ciaccio is Professor of Clinical Biochemistry and Director of Institute of Clinical Biochemistry and Clinical Molecular Medicine of the Department of Biomed-icine, Neuroscience and advanced Diagnostics at the University of Palermo. Moreo-ver, he is Director of the Complex Operating Unit of Analysis of Laboratory Medi-cine - CoreLab of the A.O.U.P. Palermo. He has been invited to take part in several conferences as moderator and as speaker. He is the Chair of the Italian Society of Clinical Biochemistry and Clinical Molecular Biology (SIBioC). He has published over 300 scientific papers and he is reviewer of several scientific journals.
  • Associate Editor

    Lydia Ferrara

    Department of Pharmacy, University of Naples Federico II, Via Domenico Montesano 49, 80131 Naples, Italy

    Lydia Ferrara prof. retired associate. Graduated in Chemistry on 14/07/1967 organic-biological address and in Pharmacy on 17/07/1971 at the University of Naples "Federico II";she has carried out teaching and research activities at the Faculty of Pharmacy of the before mentioned University in the field of analytical chemistry, hydrology and nutrition. She is the author of several publications and participations as a speaker at national and international conferences.

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