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Ahmed Hegazi is currently a Professor of Microbiology and Immunology in the National Research Center, Egypt. Prof. Hegazi received his master’s degree in 1979, and his PhD in 1981. Hegazi's research work has been focused lately on bee products and their therapeutic effects. Dr. Hegazi awards; First Class Decoration of Excellence, Egypt, 1995, The Senior Scientist Prize of National Research Center, Cairo, Egypt, 1996, The National Scientific Prize In Biological Sciences, Egypt, 1990, The Scientific Prize of The National Research Center, Cairo, Egypt, 1989, The Second Best Research Paper Award, International Congress of Propolis, Bones Aires, Argentina, 2000, Main Speaker Award,10 th Academic Conference, PRA and NAS (Nippon Apitherapy Soc.) Japan, 2006, 2 Bronze medals from The International Innovation Fair of the Middle East, Kuwait, 2007 Awarded of Ghazi Wad Allah Salon Prize, 2008. Awarded the Merit Aware of Medical Sciences, The National Research Center, 2016. Dr. Hegazi contributed Chairman of the National Committee for Microbiological Sciences (NCMS) in Egypt, Academy of Science and Technology, Egypt, from 2018. Hegazi organized and contributed to national and international research projects since 1977 and up till now; he has been the principal investigator on multiple research projects within the National Research Center. He Conducted training courses on Clinical Microbiology, National Research Center in 1979. He has 249 articles in national and international scientific journals. Editor in 48 journals, Referee in the 98 International Journals, Organizer of 196 International Symposium and conferences, 9 books in English language and 13 books in Arabic language. He has patent No. 28335at 11/12/2017. and registers for other 7
Anh Bourcet Nguyen is a global healthcare leader bringing 15 years of experience in Asia-Pacific and Europe, in the private and public sectors (Abbott, J&J; French Safety Agency). She is passionate about making an impact on patient care, by enabling change and better access to innovations. Her various roles in Medical Affairs, Health Economics & Market Access and Regulatory Policy, across diagnostics, medical devices and pharmaceutical industries, enable her to have a broad perspective on different levers of market access.
Her most recent positions were in the leadership for Market Access & Policy Shaping Strategy in Orthopedics and Diagnostics, while establishing the function in the latter. She is past Founding Chair of the Asia-Pacific Medical Technology Association Digital Health Committee Reimbursement Working Group, where she led the industry effort in shaping the external environment to drive access for Digital Health Technologies. Always keen to support innovations, she has trained and mentored HealthTech start-ups for the last 4 years. Lastly, she is the founder of Health Access Solutions (HAS-3P), a market access consultancy agency.
Data-driven, she has authored and reviewed many research & policy publications and spoken in various scientific and healthcare conferences to advance knowledge & collaboration.
Anh holds a PhD cum laude in Medicinal Chemistry from Paris VI & “Chimie ParisTech” Universities (France), and an Executive Business Master in Health Industry Management, ESSEC Business School (France). She graduated from Ecole Normale Superieure, France.
Magnus S. Magnusson, Ph.D., Research Professor Emeritus, founder, and director of the Human Behavior Laboratory, University of Iceland. The author of the T-Pattern Self-similarity Theory and the dedicated THEMETM T-Pattern detection and Analysis (TPA) software (PatternVision.com) initially focused on the real-time organization of behavior. Co-directed the two-year Icelandic Research Council project “DNA analysis with Theme”. International conference talks and keynotes in ethology, neuroscience, mathematics, psychiatry, religion, proteomics, A.I., and nanoscience. Deputy director, Anthropology Laboratory, 1983-1988 in the Museum of Mankind, National Museum of Natural History, Paris. Then repeatedly invited Professor at the University of Paris VIII, XIII, and V until 1993. Works in the formalized inter-university collaboration network MASI, between 38 European and American universities initiated in 1995 in the University Rene Descartes Paris V, Sorbonne based on “Magnusson’s analytical model”.