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    Editor-in-Chief

    EXBRAYAT Jean-Marie

    EXBRAYAT Jean-Marie
    Lyon Catholic University (UCLy) and Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE), France
    Email: jmexbrayat@univ-catholyon.fr
    Tel: +33 4 72 32 50 36

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    Editorial Board

    Yuping Zhong
    Professor and Deputy Director
    Department of Hematology
    Capital Medical University
    China
    zhongyp3352@126.com
    ACP

    Research Interest: Diagnosing and treating of various hematopathy,especially in multiple myeloma and Pathogenesis and treatment of paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria. Therapeutic method including comprehensive treatment, drug treatment, immunological treatment and bone marrow transplantation

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    Xu Cao
    Research Assistant
    National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research
    USA
    caoxu@bjmu.edu.cn
    ACP

    Research Interest: Calcium signaling, next-generation sequencing, genetical disease, cancer stem cell. Thank you very much.

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    Guldeep K Uppal
    Department of Pathology&Hematopathology
    Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals
    USA
    guldeep.uppal@jefferson.edu
    ACP

    Research Interest: CNS lymphomas, immunodeficiency associated lymphoproliferative disorders, therapy associated myeloid neoplasms and acute myeloid leukemia.

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    Swapan K Ray
    Department of Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology
    University of South Carolina
    USA
    swapan.ray@uscmed.sc.edu
    ACP

    Research Interest: I have expertise in biochemistry, molecular biology, neuro-oncology, and neuroscience. Currently, my most important areas of investigation include neuro-oncology and neurological diseases. I have been conducting research for more than 20 years in different malignant diseases of blood, breast, brain, and adrenal gland. I also conduct molecular studies in neurodegenerative disorders.

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    Vincenzo Bramanti
    Professor
    Department of Biomedical and Biotechnological Sciences
    University of Catania
    Italy
    v.bramanti@unict.it
    ACP

    Research Interest: 1. Primary rat astroglial cells cultures. 2. Neuroblastoma and glioblastoma cells cultures. 3. Effect of antioxidant molecules [(+) thioctic acid, (+/-) thioctic acid] and choline containing compounds on proliferation and differentiation neural cell culture. 4. Study of anticancer molecules (e.g. bortezomib) and neuroprotective ones (e.g. thioctic acid) in in vitro model of neoplastic cell cultures. 5. Effect of alpha lipoic acid and choline-containing compounds, on the expression of some astroglial biomarkers during proliferation and differentiation of astrocyte cell cultures and neuroblastoma cell lines.

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    Sandra Lucia Ventorin von Zeidler
    Professor
    Department of Pathology
    Federal University of Esperito Santo
    Brazil
    sandra.zeidler@ufes.br
    ACP

    Research Interest: Oral cancer and molecular biomarkers of Head and Neck tumors

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    Patrizia Viola
    Consultant
    Laboratory Medicine, Histopathology Department
    Hammersmith Hospital
    UK
    patriziaviola2204@gmail.com
    ACP

    I approached science in 1999-2000 as AFS exchange students in Atlanta GA, USA. I graduated from medical school G. d’Annunzio University, Chieti in 2007, with my research project “Evaluation of E6-E7 proteins in HPV related lesion of the cervix”. In 2008 I started working at Histopathology Dept., ASL2 Lanciano-Vasto-Chieti “SS Annunziata” Hospital, Chieti, Italy and at Histopathology Dept., “G. Bernabeo” Hospital, Ortona (CH), Italy. In 2011 I have got involved in academic activities such as teaching in clinical practice to junior doctors and medical students and I kept working on HPV related lesions and on target therapy in lung cancer.

    In 2012 and 2013 I was a visitor fellow at University College London Hospital, London.

    On July 2014 I finished my training in Histo/Cytopathology discussing my research project on renal pathology which is still on going. Since August 2014 I am on GMC Specialist Register.

    Now I am working as Clinical Fellow in Histopathology at Royal Brompton Hospital, London focusing on cardiothoracic pathology.

    Research Interest: Lung cancer, breast cancer, HPV related disease and IgA nephropathy.

    Number of Publication: 24


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    Andrea Giannotti Galuppo
    Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
    Brazil
    andreagalupo@yahoo.com.br
    ACP

    Research Interest: Biology, 2. Cell Biology, 3. Animal and Human Reproduction, 4. Embryonic Stem cell, 5. Virology, embryonic stem cell field, but I am also interested in Stem Cell Cytology, Cell Adhesion & Signalling and Cell Growth & Differentation

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    Anna Margherita Maffione
    Nuclear Medicine Consultant
    Nuclear Medicine
    Italy
    maffionemarghe@libero.it
    ACP

    Research Interest: Hybrid molecular imaging (PET/CT and SPECT/CT), oncology (particularly colorectal and head & Neck cancer and malignant lymphoma), criteria of response assessment after therapy (by conventional imaging and molecular imaging) and meta-analysis.

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    Juliano Andreoli Miyake
    Associate Professor
    Morphological Science Department
    Federal University of Santa Catarina
    Brazil
    juliano.miyake@ufsc.br
    ACP

    I have completed my PhD in Cell Biology, working with glioma cells and studying their behavior, using cell culture, and various techniques and in vitro conditions and treatments to analyze cell responses and morphology, to study the angiogenesis response of endothelial cells in glioma, and the role of inflammatory mediators. After this, I did a post-doctoral period in Spain, where I worked with artificial skin and stem cells. I did other Postdoctoral research in Germany (DKFZ- German Centre of Research Cancer) worked with iPS cells and adoptive transfer for melanoma immunotherapy. Now I am an Associated Professor in Histology at Federal University of Santa Catarina- Brazil.

    Research Interest: Cancer (Central nervous system and melanoma), angiogenesis, invasion and migration of tumoral cells

    List of Publication:

    1. Massaro,R; Brohem, C; Almeida, R; Rivelli, D; Miyake, J; Colquhoun, A; Barros, S; Engler, S. 4-nerolidylcatechol induces autophagy in human Glioblastoma cells.; Brazilian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Accepted for publication. 2017.
    2.  Miyake JA, Vooijs M. Tenascin-C a novel regulator of brain tumor-initiating cells (BTIC) in glioma acts through NOTCH. Transl Cancer Res 2017;6(Suppl 6):S1054-S1056.
    3.  Miyake JA, Benadiba M, Ribeiro G, DE Oliveira Silva D, Colquhoun A. Novel ruthenium - gamma-linolenic acid complex inhibits C6 rat glioma cell proliferation in vitro and in the orthotopic C6 model in vivo after osmotic pump infusion. Anticancer Res. 2014 Apr;34(4):1901-11.
    4. Garzón, JA. Miyake, M. González-Andrades, R. Carmona, C. Carda , MC. Sánchez-Quevedo, A. Campos, M. Alaminos,.  Wharton´s jelly stem cells. A novel cell source for oral mucosa and skin epithelia regeneration. Stem cells translational medicine. 2013 Aug;2(8):625-32.
    5.  Benadiba M, Miyake JA, Colquhoun A. Gamma-linolenic acid alters Ku80, E2F1, and bax expression and induces micronucleus formation in C6 glioma cells in vitro. IUBMB Life. 2009 Mar;61(3):244-51.
    6. Miyake JA, Benadiba M, Colquhoun A. Gamma-linolenic acid inhibits both tumour cell cycle progression and angiogenesis in the orthotopic C6 glioma model through changes in VEGF, Flt1, ERK1/2, MMP2, cyclin D1, pRb, p53 and p27 protein expression. Lipids Health Dis. 2009 Mar 17;8:8.
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    Aline M A Martins
    Professor
    Department of Cell Biology
    University of Brasılia
    Brazil
    alinemartins@ufc.br
    ACP

    Research Interest: Translational Medicine, Molecular Pathology, Hepatology/Liver Disorders, Oncology, Cancer Biology

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    Chao Liu
    Professor
    Department of Histology and Embryology
    Anhui Medical University
    China
    chaol1974@ahmu.edu.cn
    ACP

    Research Interest: Directed neural differentiation of human ESCs/iPSCs and the potential application of cell replacement therapy for human neurodegenerative diseases.

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    Claudineia Conationi da S Franco
    Associate Professor
    State University of Maringa
    Brazil
    clauconationi@gmail.com
    ACP

    Research Interest: 1. biologia Geral, 2. Genética, 3. Fisiologia de Órgãos e Sistemas, 4. Ciências Biológicas

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    Margherita Sisto
    Researcher
    Department of Basic Medical Sciences
    University of Bari Medical School
    Italy
    margherita.sisto@uniba.it
    ACP

    Research Interest: • Pathophysiology and molecular immunology applied to immunological research lines.• Molecular processes underlying the interaction between receptors of the immune response, inflammation and characterization of new anti-inflammatory molecules. • Novel therapies for Sjögren’s syndrome autoimmune disease. • Evaluation of the pathogenic role of autoantibodies produced in the course of autoimmune diseases. e.t.c,

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    Chibao Huang
    Professor
    Chemistry and Chemical Engineering College
    Zunyi Normal University
    China
    huangchibao@163.com
    ACP

    Research Interest: Design and synthesis of two-photon fluorescent dyes & sensors for biological molecules and ionic species. 

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