Robert J. Chilton, DO, is an Associate Professor of Medicine and Director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at the Audie Murphy VA/ UT Health San Antonio.
A fellow of the American College of Cardiology, American College of Physicians, American College of Osteopathic Internists, and American Heart Association, Dr. Chilton also chairs the Electrophysiology Board Examination for the American Osteopathic Association and presides over the San Antonio chapters of both the Cardiovascular Society and American Heart Association.
Dr. Chilton received his Bachelor of Science degree from Philips University, Enid, Oklahoma, and his DO from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, Des Moines, Iowa. He completed his internship at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio; his residency at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; and a cardiology fellowship at the Wilford Hall United States Air Force Medical Center, San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Chilton is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, and electrophysiology.
Over the past 20 years, Dr. Chilton has authored numerous articles, book chapters, abstracts, and presentations on cardiology. He has developed educational materials and has lectured widely, garnering several awards for his academic contributions, including 1994 Outstanding Teacher from the UT San Antonio.
Stoycho D Stoev had done Fac. of Veterinary medicine, Trakia University, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria (1980-1985). He had national experience as a Professor in Department of Pathology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Trakia University since 1987 (assistant professor from 1987 to 1999). Project leader of 4 research projects (regarding mycotoxic nephropathy in farm animals and humans) funded by National Science Fund of Ministry of Science and Education in Bulgaria. He had internatioonal experience as a Bulgarian project leader of Joint Research Project between Bulgaria and UK funded by The Royal Society - London (1997-2000); The main Pathologist in eight Joint International Research Projects between Bulgaria and Germany funded by International Pharmaceutical Strategies and Solutions (IPSS) GmbH – Germany (2005-2007); Specialisations in Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine - London, U.K (September, 1998) and in Laboratoire de Toxicologie et Sеcurity Alimentaire, Toulouse, France (2000 - NATO grant) and many specializations or invited lectures at several universities in Hungary, S. Africa and India; Marie Curie Outgoing International Fellowship of FP6 of EU (2007-2008) in University of Johannesburg - the project addressed the cause of porcine/chicken/human nephropathies in Bulgaria and South Africa; Coordinator of Marie Curie IRSES project of FP7 of EU between Bulgaria, Hungary, India and South Africa (2013-2016); Visiting Professor in Department of Food Technology of Faculty of Science at the University of Johannesburg (2013-2016). He had memberships on “International Society on Toxinology” (2001); “Euroscience Association” (2008);“Science Advisory Board” (2006); ORC expert and CORDIS expert of EC (2011); Faculty Scientific Council of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Trakia University (2008); Commission for Control of Procedures Related to Rules for Development of Academic Staff in Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Trakia University (since 2016); Commission of Medico-Biological Sciences in Fac. of Veterinary Medicine in Trakia University (since 2015); Commission of Scientific Research in Fac. of Veterinary Medicine in Trakia University (since 2016).
Institute of Biology and Technology of Saclay France
Institute of Biology and Technology of Saclay France
Nicolas Gilles has completed his PhD at Paris Descartes University. He is pioneering the investigation of animal toxins acting on GPCRs, the largest therapeutic target class. His strongest expertise lies in Receptor Pharmacology, Synthetic Production of Disulfide-Linked Animal Toxins and in vivo experiments. He has published more than 70 papers and three patents. His strongest interest is now to stimulate the therapeutic development of animal toxins for the benefit of human health.
Dr. Nallamuthu Godhantaraman, Head – Centre for Environmental Sciences and Director-UGC, Human Resource Development Centre and Adjunct Faculty, Centre for Ocean and Coastal Studies, University of Madras. Completed his M.Sc., in Marine Biology & Oceanography and Ph.D in Marine Biology (specialized in microzooplankton population and production ecology in marine coastal ecosystems, South India), Annamalai University. Later did his JSPS Postdoctoral Research at Hiroshima University, Japan (1998-2000) and STA Postdoctoral Research at National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology (AIST), Hiroshima, Kure (Japan) (2000-2002). He has been nominated as Senate Member - Middle East University, United Arab Emirates and Visiting Fellow, Department of Marine Science, University of Calcutta, Kolkata. Dr. Nallamuthu has made significant contributions to research in the field of biological oceanography with special reference to population and production ecology of microzooplankton, climate change impacts on marine ecosystem, and coastal zone management. He has published over 25 research articles in refereed journals and chapters in books. Dr. Nallamuthu participated and delivered lectures in various national and international symposia/conferences/workshops (over 30) and visited countries like Japan, USA, UK, Germany, France, Portugal, Singapore, Malaysia, China, Thailand, Nepal and Sri Lanka. He has organized International and National conferences and presently he is INNOTAL Project Manager for the Erasmus and Program of the EU sponsored program.