Ulrich Georg Randoll
Dr. Ulrich Georg Randoll was born in 1955 in Bad Sackingen, Germany. In 1981 he graduated from the Department of Medicine at Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt. In addition, he graduated in 1985 as a dentist. After completing his residency in the Department of Maxillofacial Surgery in Luzern/Switzerland, Dr. Randoll continued his studies as a medical doctor at the University of Erlangen/Nuremberg. Between 1989-1995, he worked in the Department of Maxillofacial Surgery and after 1995 in the Traumatology Department. Dr. Randoll’s scientific studies in the field of biophysics have focused on the interactions of the “intracellular” and “extracellular matrices” of cells. At the end of these studies, the concept of Matrix Centers was established (www.matrix-center.de). Since 1998, Dr. Randoll has been working at his own “Matrix Center” in Munich. Dr. Randoll’s awards include the Innovation Award for the Computer Stimulation Center in Esslingen/Germany and the Matrix Award of the 3rd International Matrix Association Congress in Alexandroupoli, Greece.
Dr. Katsaragakis graduated in 1998 from the Faculty of Nursing at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. After completing his master’s degree in Clinical Nursing at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in 2000, he completed his PhD in 2006 at the same university. In his PhD thesis, he worked on the subject of “Comparison of the perceptions of quality of life between lung cancer patients and their partners”. He has been working as an Assistant Professor since 2017 at the Faculty of Nursing of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Dr. Katsaragakis has memberships in the Oncology Nursing Society, the European Oncology Nursing Society, the European Association for Palliative Care, the Greek Nursing Studies Association, the Hellenic Association for Pain Control and Palliative Care. He has worked in cancer nursing and palliative care and has a strong interest in advanced nursing practice in cancer and palliative care. He has 11 international papers published in prestigious scientific journals such as PLoS One and Nature Scientific Reports. Dr. Katsaragakis’ awards include the 2003 EONS – ROCHE Research Fellowship, the 7th Balkan Oncology Association Congress Best Poster presentation award in the field of Nursing, European Cancer Conference 2015 (ECCO 2015) (Austria/Vienna) EONS Best Poster Presentation Award and European Oncology Nursing Society Congress 10 (EONS 10) (Dublin/Ireland) “Theme 8: Palliative Care” category Best Poster Presentation Award.
Gülten Sucu Dağ
After graduating from Florence Nightingale School of Nursing in 1997, Asst. Prof. Dr. Gülten Sucu Dağ completed her PhD in Surgical Diseases Nursing in Institute of Health Sciences at Dokuz Eylül University in 2012. Asst. Prof. Dr. Gülten Sucu Dağ has been involved in studies in area of specialization such as enteral nutrition, pressure wound, post-operative pain and emergency nursing at many national and international meetings and congresses. She has been working as an Assistant Dean in Faculty of Health Sciences at Cyprus East Mediterranean University since 2015 and currently she is working as a faculty member in the same faculty.
Mohammad Mosaferi Ziaaldini
Asst. Prof. Dr. Mohammad Mosaferi Ziaaldini is working as an Assistant Professor in Sport Physiology Department at Ferdowsi University of Mashhad in Iran. Asst. Prof. Dr. Ziaaldini received PhD degree in Semmelweis University, School of PhD studies in Hungary. He has completed his MSc in Exercise Physiology from Shahid Beheshti University of Teheran, Iran. His main area of research interest focuses on Posttranslational Modifications of Proteins to Oxidative Stress, Aging, and Physical Activity/Inactivity, the Effects of Exercise and Nutrition on Aging, Age-associated Diseases and Health, Mitochondria Dysfunction (Autophagy, Apoptosis) with Aging responses to Endurance Exercise and Nutrition. Asst. Prof. Dr. Ziaaldini has published research articles in prestigious scientific journals such as Experimental Gerontology, PLoS One and Journal of Sports Sciences.
In 2010 Katarzyna Galej completed a master’s degree in nursing at the University of Rzeszów. During the first years of work, she gained experience in various departments and positions, constantly expanding her competences. In 2015, she achieved the title of specialist in palliative care nursing, dedicating this part of nursing the rest of her career. In 2018, she completed a two-year course for palliative care leaders in Europe (EUPCA). She teaches both nurses and medical caregivers. In 2018, 50 people completed specialization in nursing under her protection. She works in a home hospice. Her interests include enteral nutrition, wound healing and broadly understood psychological and social support. In 2018, she founded her own company, which main goal is education and care for the elderly, lonely and dependent patients in their homes. At the beginning of 2019, she founded a blog that deals with the topic of death and dying. As she says about herself: “my professional mission is to support people at the end of life based on specialist knowledge, but also closeness and good relations. Privately, I am constantly developing and looking for new challenges and life passion. As a mother of two boys, I train everyday how to better organize my time and patience, appreciating every moment which is given to us”.
Asmar Karimli graduated from the faculty of Pediatrics at Azerbaijan State Medical University in 2011. In 2015, she graduated from the Residency level of education on Pediatric specialty at Scientific Research Institute of Pediatrics. Later she worked as a pediatrician at Republican Children’s Sanatorium. She had also work experience in the Pediatrics department of Jena University Hospital in Germany. Childhood Obesity and Nutrition after bariatric surgery are the major areas of her work. She is the co-author of a scientific article about vitamin B12 deficiency during post-bariatric surgery. Also, she attended at scientific research project where the study was about using peptide molecules-coated metal nanoparticles as drug carrier homing to specific sites in the body. Currently, she is working as a dietitian and trainer at ANDOP (Azerbaijan Academy of Nutrition, Dietetics and Obesity Prevention). She is a certified SCOPE professional and a member of IFSO ESPEN, WOF.