Christopher Bryant has a PhD from the London School of Economics and Political Science (1970) and has been Professor at the Universities of Waterloo (1070-1990) and Montréal (1990 to 2014) and is currently Adjunct Professor, School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, University of Guelph (1912 onwards), and he is also Adjunct Professor, Geography Department, University of Montreal (2014 onwards).
Agriculture in and around cities and metropolitan centers; community development; land use planning; strategic development planning for communities, organizations and agriculture; resilience building for communities exposed to flooding and climate variability; adaptation of agriculture and tourism development to climate change and variability. He is placed in the top 5% of researchers on Research Gate.
Yuxiang Sun received her MD from Beijing Medical University, P. R. China and PhD at the University of Manitoba, Canada. She subsequently received postdoctoral training at Baylor College of Medline. She is currently a principle investigator at Baylor College of Medicine. Her research interests are obesity, diabetes and metabolic regulation. He has published more than 40 peer reviewer papers many of which are in high ranking journals such as Cell Metabolism, JCI, PNAS, and Aging Cell. Currently, she serves as reviewer for a number of endocrine journals, and she is the Editorial Board Member of World Journal of Diabetes (WJD).
Glucose-homeostasis, energy-homeostasis, lipid metabolism, neuroendocrine regulation, pathogenesis and pathophysiology of obesity, diabetes, inflammation, and aging.
Dr. Joycelyn Peterson , registered dietetian, completed Nutrition and Dietetics degrees at Loma Linda University (M.P.H., and Dr.PH.), and Johns Hopkins University (post-master’s studies in international nutrition). She is professor and chair of Nutrition and Dietetics Department at Oakwood University, Alabama, USA. She recently published her dissertation in the Annuals of Nutrition Metabolism 8/2011, and is a contributing writer for newspapers and health magazines and has also published two vegetarian cookbooks. Her professional experience includes vegetarian nutrition consultant, and author, public health speaker, and program planner for international and state-wide public health nutrition initiatives, conducting nutrition research at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
In the field of Nutrition and Dietetics. She recently published her dissertation in the Annuals of Nutrition Metabolism 8/2011, and is a contributing writer for newspapers and health magazines and has also published two vegetarian cookbooks
Plant Cell and Tissue Culture, Plant breeding, Plant physiology, Resistance to abiotic stress, Alien hybridisation
Joseph Tan, PhD, formerly Wayne C Fox Chair of eBusiness Innovation, and currently, Professor of eHealth Informatics, DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University, is the founding and ongoing Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems & Informatics with a professional background that spans a broad spectrum of interdisciplinary and trans-disciplinary research area. A lead investigator in redefining the frontiers of multidisciplinary Business and Health IT knowledge development, management and expansion, including active involvement in collaborative research and multidisciplinary joint-grant submissions, Dr. Tan has demonstrated skills and ability to serve in both academia and industry. He has achieved recognized scholarship in teaching and learning with students’ nominations for teaching excellence awards.
Promotion in e-Health informatics through cross-disciplinary thinking/project partnering with diverse practitioners, clinicians, researchers, and a variety of user communities.
Yuanlong Pan completed his BVM from Gansu Agricultural University, P.R. China. Dr. Pan received his PhD in Animal Nutrition from Virginia Tech, USA and PhD in Human Nutrition from UNC-Greensboro, USA. Dr. Pan conducted research in the area of menopause and cognition at Wake Forest University School of Medicine from 1996 to 2000. In 2000, Dr. Pan joined Nestle Purina Research. He has published more than 18 papers, filed 41 patent applications and obtained 10 patents. Recently Dr. Pan won the Academy of Science-St Louis 2016 George Engelmann Interdisciplinary Award for his outstanding achievement in science through collaboration.
Nutrition, Therapaeutics, Neurology, Human health.