Dr. Yun-Hee Kim is a president of Korean Society for Neurorehabilitation and takes other leadership positions in other Academic Societies of Korea. Her clinical specialty is neurological rehabilitation for the patients with brain disease. So far she has published more than 190 peer-reviewed articles in famous international and domestic academic journals such as Neurology (2006), Neuroimage (1999, 2008, 2015), Stroke (2006, 2011), Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair (2009, 2012, 2015), and 10 chapters of books in the field of stroke rehabilitation, speech and language disorders, and rehabilitation of traumatic brain injury.
Kim Yun Hee(Research Area)
Her main research interest is human neural plasticity using functional neuroimaging such as functional MRI, EEG, and fNIRS. At present, she is on research projects about modulating neuroplasticity by noninvasive brain stimulation such as transcranial magnetic or direct current stimulations.
Bachelor and Master in Clinical and Health Psychology at Aveiro University (Portugal) and internship in Coimbra Hospital University Centre. Also performed a research project in Biofeedback/Neurofeedback by the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). Concomitantly, made several national and international communications in various Congress as Guest Speaker in the field of Neuroscience. Founder and Editor â€“in-Chief of the International Journal of Psychology and Neuroscience and Editor in several International Scientific Journals in the field of Neuroscience. Author of divers articles in peer review journals.
Humberto Mendes Faria Rodrigues(Research Area)
Experimental Psychology, Neuropsychology and Biological Rhythms, particularly in: Assessment and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Drug Abuse and Addiction, Behavioural Neuroscience, Behavioural Management, Biofeedback/Neurofeedback, Sleep Disorders, Pain Disorders.
Roxana Carare is a medically qualified clinical neuroanatomist who graduated in general medicine in Bucharest Romania in 1996 and completed her PhD in experimental neuropathology in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton, UK. She has a rich educational portfolio and leads research into the lymphatic drainage pathways of the brain. She has published more than 50 papers in peer- reviewed journals, 4 book chapters and has been serving as a board member on international organisations and an editorial board member of repute for several journals.
Roxana O Carare(Research Area)
The international recognition and unique contributions from the research that Roxana leads have derived from her interdisciplinary research demonstrating (i) the unique pathways by which fluid and soluble waste substances are eliminated from the brain along thin proteins layers (basement membranes) within the walls of cerebral capillaries and arteries; (ii) how this elimination pathway fails with advancing age, genotype, diet and following immunization against amyloid beta representing thus a significant factor in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer disease.
Dr. Ece GenÃ§ has been with Yeditepe University Department of Medical Pharmacology since 2004 where she teaches to medical as well as dentistry students and conducts research. Her previous experiences include Professor at the Pharmacology Department of Ä°stanbul Faculty of Medicine, Visiting Professor at Clinical Neuroscience Branch of National Institutes of Health USA, Lab Manager at Department of Pharmacology of University of California Irvine, instructor at California State University Los Angeles.
Ece Genc(Research Area)
Her major areas of interest are Neuropharmacology and Pharmacogenetics.
Prof. Ivet Borissova Koleva is a medical doctor, specialist in Neurology and in Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine (PRM); with 30 years of clinical practice in the domain of Neurorehabilitation. She is President of Bulgarian Neurorehabilitation Society and Editor-in-chief of the Bulgarian scientific journal Neurorehabilitation (from 2006).
Ivet B. Koleva (Research Area)
Neurorehabilitation, Neuro-ergotherapy, Grasp and Gait rehabilitation, Functional evaluation, Pain management.
Jacqueline London (Emeritus Professor at University Paris-Diderot) has completed her PhD in the Pasteur Institute under the direction of Professor Jacques Monod (Nobel Price) and Professor Michel Goldberg in the field of protein folding and bacteriology (3 papers). She moved to immunology in Necker hospital under the direction of professor Jean Francois Bach and then was a visiting scientist at NIH (9 papers). After coming back to Paris she settled a laboratory in molecular biology at the Blood Center and cloned glycophorins A and B (13 papers). She then moved again to Necker Hospital where she joined the group working on Trisomy 21 and settled a laboratory to obtain transgenic mice for the SOD1 gene and cloned the murine CBS.
Jacqueline London(Research Area)
She had published some 35 papers on different aspects of trisomy 21 using transgenic mice for some chromosome 21 genes: APP CBS, DYRK1A and SOD1.
Professor of Pathophysiology Marina Zueva graduated from the Lomonosov Moscow State University (Physiology of Higher Nervous Activity), received her Ph.D. and Biol. Sci. D. from Moscow Helmholtz Research Institute of Eye Diseases. Currently, she is the Head of the Division of Clinical Physiology of Vision at the Moscow Helmholtz Research Institute of Eye Diseases. Zueva is a member of International Society of Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (ISCEV), European Association on Vision and Eye Research (EVER), European Society of Retina Specialists (EURETINA), Society for Research on Biological Rhythms (SRBR). She has published over fifteen peer-reviewed full-length papers in English (over 100 in Russian) and presented near 70 topics at international conferences.
Marina Zueva (Research Area)
Clinical physiology and electrophysiology of vision, neurophysiology; age-related, neurodegenerative and developmental disorders of the visual system and the brain, neurocognitive technologies of the restoration, maintenance and improvement of the brain activity and cognitive functions.
She is the member of the editorial board of the Journal of Neurology, a member of the World Society for Stroke ESO, WSO, a member of the European Academy of Neuroscience EAN, a member of the American Association for Alzheimer's Disease (AAA), a member of the IAPRD Scientific Committee, vice-president of the Uzbek branch of the international league on struggle against epilepsy ILAE, the vice-president of Association of neurologists of Uzbekistan.
Rakhimbaeva Gulnara Sattarovna(Research Area)
The main priority directions of modern neurology on the problems of Alzheimer disease and dementia, Parkinson disease, epilepsy is being developed.
He is a parent, an author, a practitioner, and a trainer who works at the Waldon Center in Jerusalem. He is author of Autism and Understanding: The Waldon Approach to Child Development.
Walter G. Solomon(Research Area)
Passionate about special needs education and changing the way autistic children are perceived and helped. The Waldon Approach helps to develop their understanding of the world and to help their difficult behaviours to fall away. One hour a day is all it needs and the cost is minimal.