Lorenzo is the CEO of NextWave Safety Solutions, Inc. known as a safety and risk management expert who has drafted safety regulations for the City of Philadelphia, the fracking industry, fire and building codes for the City of New York as well as the first active shooter trainer curriculum. He manages site safety managers and coordinators who help promote job safety and meet required building codes and has revolutionized the construction safety tech industry leading with real-time data analytics, geo-located wearables, and virtual reality training. Additionally, Lorenzo directs several probation and parole projects for at-risk and recent release youths are known as Rising Up and Man Up as well as several veteran training, employment, and career programs. Prior to his role at NextWave, Lorenzo was the managing director at Lehman Brothers and holds an MBA from Wharton and a BA in business finance from Pace University.
Lorenzo Gallo(Research Area)
Occupational Health & Safety, Workplace Training, Training & Occupational Safety Technology, Career Development, Safety & Security
Haruna has completed his Ph.D. from Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow United Kingdom. He is the head Occupational Safety Health and Environment postgraduate degree programme. He has published several papers in reputed journals.
Haruna Musa Moda(Research Area)
Occupational Hygiene Management, Extreme climate work exposure, Indoor Air Quality Assessment and Impact on Productivity
Rosa M. Orriols, PhD, received her BSChE from Barcelona University in Barcelona, Ph.D. from Suffolk University in Boston and her Master from the Universitat Politecnica Catalunya in Barcelona. Currently, she is Director of Occupational Hygienist Health Safety in Hospital Universitari Bellvitge Institut Catala de la Salut the main health institution in Spain. Her research and work focus on preventing harmful exposures and creating healthy environments at work. She is on Board on International Commission Occupational Health (ICOH) from WHO. She also Profesor in Master of Occupational Health at Deusto University. Previous, Rosa was Technical Officer Occupational Health and Safety in National Occupational Safety and Health (INSHT) at the Spanish Government.
Rosa Maria Orriols(Research Area)
occupational & environmental exposure assessment for studies of human health risks, intervention research to prevent illness and injury and promote healthy environments in healthcare, methods to integrate occupational & environmental health and safety into production and consumption of goods and services.
Professor Anna Tompa, MD is Director of the Department of Public Health at Semmelweis Unversity Medical Faculty since 2004. She received her Ph.D. from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest, Hungary in 1981 and completed her residency in Pathology at Semmelweis University Medical School, also in Budapest, in 1996. Dr. Tompa was the main contributor to the Hungarian Chemical Safety Program, establishing the National Chemical Safety Department in 1998. She was named Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (D.Sc.) in 1999 for her work on the theoretical basis and practical use of human genotoxicological monitors in Hungary. Her primary research interests have focused on cancer prevention, using biomarkers to detect early signs of disease.
Anna Tompa(Research Area)
Occupational Health, Medical Oncology, Chemical Carcinogenesis, Cancer Prevention, Toxicology
Hrvoje Lalic was born in Rijeka, Croatia in 1960. Medical school University Rijeka finished in 1983 and worked as a general practitioner in the Health Center Rijeka for ten years. Specialization in Occupational Medicine has done partially in Zagreb, Croatian capital city, in internationally famous School â€œAndrija Å tamparâ€ that is under WHO patronage and partially in Bologna, Italy at â€œPoliclinic SÂ´Orsola Malpighi, OM school for specialization. Scientific and educational career he built parallel with his practical work in OM surgery. He participated World Congresses, OM Congress in Moscow â€“ plenary lecture, San Marino Italy, Dubrovnik and Hvar in Croatia etc. Invited lecturer in Trieste â€“ Italy â€“ 10 hours of lectures for medical students, doctors, and professors, active participant in Erasmus+ Program, speaker â€“ 10 hours of lectures in UmeÃ¤, Sweden, 10 hours in Bologna, Italy, 2017 in University of Vienna â€“ 10 hours of lectures. In 2018 invited â€œKeynoteâ€ lecturer at EuroSciCon Conference in London, U.K. First author of papers published and cited in international journals, tracked in Pub Med Medline, CC, SCI and Open Access. Now is working at the Dpt of OM Medicine Rijeka like a specialist of OM and Sports medicine and regular professor of OM at Medical School University of Rijeka, Croatia. In 2018 received permanent title of regular professor.
Hrvoje Lalic(Research Area)
Occupational Medicine Specialist, Expert Witness, Assessment of work capacity.
Dr. Muhammad Wasif Rashid Chaudhary has 15 years of experience in Healthcare Executive management and Leadership in the UAE. His role at Via Medica International Healthcare LLC is Medical Director with additional assignment as Director Quality. VMIH is American owned facility and head office is in DC Washington. VMIH has multidivisional services and CARF Accredited Facility. Dr. Wasif has occupied many diverse roles in hierarchy Healthcare management in the past. UAE licensed General Physician and practicing medicine. Proactive and strong role in strategic Leadership, he has. He is a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt, Total Quality management and also holding Prestigious credentials i.e., Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ). Dr. Wasif has achieved MBA degree from Delaware University USA. His passion in Healthcare is to improve existing/current processes and systems by utilizing Quality Improvement tools which lead to Safe, Timely and high quality, effective care of the patients. He is the keynote speaker of many International Conferences, including USA and Canada.
Muhammad Wasif Rashid Chaudhary(Research Area)
Healthcare Preventive care, Employees safety precautions and exposures to communicable diseases
Frederic Dutheil is a professor of medicine, the medical doctor in occupational health, physiologist and researcher at the University Hospital of Clermont-Ferrand (CHU), and a clinical fellow of the Australian Catholic University. Member of the Â« Laboratory of Metabolic Adaptations to Exercise in Clinical and Pathological conditions(AME2P-EA 3533) from 2006 to 2015, his work on biomarkers of stress led him to the creation and the head of the Physiological and Psycho-social Stress team at the UMR CNRS 6024. He is the scientist of Wittyfit, a software designed to improve health of workers, through a personalized and individualized feedback of their health, taking into account job characteristics. He is now aiming at building tools for objective measures of stress.
She is the Deputy Director of Harbin Institute of Technology. She is also State Key Laboratory of Urban Water Resources and Water Environment, Associate Dean, Institute of Eco-Environmental Sciences, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin Institute of Technology Yixing Environmental Protection Research Institute vice president. In 2011, she had won the National Outstanding Young Science Fund. In 2005, she was selected the Ministry of Education of the new century excellent talent support plan
Tetyana Frolova, MD, Ph.D., Professor, is the Head of the department of Propaedeutics of Pediatrics No.1 of Kharkiv National Medical University, Ukraine. Since 2005 she is the Head of the Regional Medical Diagnostic Center of metabolic disorders of bone tissue in children, under the patronage of the Ukrainian Association of Osteoporosis. She is a Scientific secretary of the specialized academic council of the Kharkiv National Medical University. She received her Ph.D. in 2007.
Frolova Tetyana(Research Area)
General and Ecological Pediatrics, Occupational Health
He is a Mechanical Engineer, Specialist in Environmental Engineering and Master in Environmental Management, certified professional in Occupational Hygiene and Environmental hygiene, with extensive experience in important national and international companies. Expert in environmental safety and hygiene; in control of accidentality; in product design; and in the development of training programs. Teaching experience. Great leadership skills and team management.
Frederic J. Deschamps, Medical doctor (Lille- France University in 1990) He is Ph.D. in Occupational Toxicology for 1993. He was nominated the professor of Medicine in 2002. He has improved for the last 20 years the department of occupational diseases of the university hospital of Reims (Champaign County). He manages for 1995 the Regional Institute of Occupational Health. He belongs to the French National University College of occupational Researches and Practitioners. He has focused his work on occupational infectious diseases and health effects of low doses toxics with long-term exposure.
Frederic J Deschamps(Research Area)
Evaluation and prevention of occupational risks
Health and well-being at work
Jordan B. Minov, MD MSc Ph.D. (1960, Skopje), a specialist in internal medicine and occupational medicine, sub-specialist in pulmonology and allergy, has achieved his graduated and post-graduate degree at the Medical Faculty, University Sts. Cyrilus and Method in Skopje. Employed at the Institute for Occupational Health of R. Macedonia, Skopje - WHO Collaborating Centre as a Head of the Department for Physiology of Work. Professor at the Chair for Occupational Medicine, Medical Faculty, Skopje. Author of the monographs Lung and Pleural Diseases Related to Occupational Exposures (Skopje, 2009), Spirometry (Skopje, 2010), Smoking among Macedonian Workers (Saarbrucken, 2013), and COPD and the Workplace (New York, 2016). Author of the chapter Work-Related Asthma in the E-book Asthma (www.smgebooks.com). Co-author of the monograph Occupational Medicine, ed. J. Karadzinska-Bislimovska (Skopje, 2011).
Jordan Minov(Research Area)
Obstructive airway diseases, occupationally-related respiratory diseases, respiratory functional diagnostics, and public health aspects of the respiratory diseases are the fields of his special scientific interest.
Dr. Greiner received an MSc in Psychology from the Technical University Berlin, her Masters in Public Health and her Ph.D. in Epidemiology from the University of California Berkeley and her Dr. rer.med.habil from the University of Greifswald (Germany). Birgit Greiner is a Senior Lecturer at University College Cork, School of Epidemiology & Public Health and the Course Director of the MSc in Occupational Health course. She graduated with a Ph.D. in Epidemiology and a Masters of Public Health from the University of California Berkeley, and with a Higher Degree in Psychology (Dipl.Psych.) from the University of Berlin. For the past 30 years, she has been conducting occupational health research in different industries and sectors in Germany, USA, UK, and Ireland. Her main research interests have been the investigation of work stress factors as determinants of physical and mental health in the workplace. While cooperating with academic researchers, health & safety practitioners, union and management representatives she published extensively in scientific journals and co-authored three books in German on objective risk assessment of work stressors.
Dr. Leung has more than twenty years of practical/teaching experience in the construction industry/education and has participated in a number of prestigious construction projects in Hong Kong. She has attracted over HK$18 million for various research projects, and published over 150 refereed publications in international journals and conferences. Research areas cover value management, stress management, and facilities management. Some of the studies have been published a book with the title of Stress management in the construction industry. She has received a number of international awards, including Tony Toy Memorial Award issued by the HKIVM, Thomas D. Snodgrass Value Teaching Award issued by the SAVE international in the USA, Academic Excellence Awards issued by the Pacific Association of Quantity Surveyors, Academia Best Paper Award issued by the Miles Value Foundation in the USA, Teaching Excellence Award issued by the CityU. Dr. Leung is also a senior Fulbright Scholar at the Pennsylvania State University and the University of Southern California in the USA in 2014-15.
LEUNG Mei-yung(Research Area)
Construction Education, Facilities Management, Stress Management, Value Management
I received my master degree and Ph.D. in the Department of Public Health Nursing from the University of Istanbul (Turkey). I have managed many different public health projects (occupational health, assessment, health promotion, prevention, treatment, epidemiological research) in variety village, schools, community health centers and at workplaces. My projects on these contents have been presented in different international congress. My current focus is on women and child workers health, occupational stress and management, health promotion and HIV/AIDS. I have been working about three years in the infection diseases clinical department and over three years in the different clinic at hospitals. Currently, I work as an assistant professor in Faculty of Health Sciences of Istanbul Bilgi University. Also, I give consultancy to textile workers and work voluntarily as a consultant about occupational health and safety, healthy life behaviors, risk assessment and hygiene in elementary, high schools and vocational training schools.
Ozlem Koseoglu Ornek(Research Area)
Occupational health and safety, Healthy life behaviors, Risk assessment and hygiene
Dr. Ajee Kuruvilla is a Professor in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology at the International Medical School of MS Ramaiah Campus in Bangalore, India. She has been teaching Medical students since 1991, after her Post Graduation in Forensic Science. She completed her PhD in Toxicology in 2006 from Manipal University, India. Her research interests are in Lead Toxicity. She is published in several International Journals like Toxicology and Industrial Health and International Journal of Legal Medicine.
Professor Meel has joined the University of Transkei in 1996. His special interest is in Occupational Health and thus he was motivated to start an Occupational Health Clinic for ex-mineworkers with the minimum of resources in May 1997. Since then he has examined over 3,000 ex-mineworkers. In 2002 Prof. Meel received an award of excellence for poverty alleviation and community services by the Impumelelo Award Trust, Cape Town. He was a finalist for the Science, Engineering and Technology Award, Pretoria in 2003. He is the recipient of the Vice Chancellors Award for excellence in research in 2002 and 2003. He has also a recipient of a Humanitarian Recognition Award 2005 from USA Chest Foundation and Health Professions Council (HPCSA), South Africa in 2007 for his work in the community service of ex-mineworkers. He has published about 100 research articles. He is married to Veena and has four children, Anita, Ruchika, Piyush, and Swati. All are medically qualified doctors.
I am the Chair of Community, Environmental and Occupational Medicine dept., Faculty of Medicine, Suez Canal University. I was the president of the National and the International Annual Conferences for the last 3 years. I have a good experience in conference coordination, planning, and management. It will be a good opportunity for more collaboration in the area of occupational health.