Dr. Syed Mohammad Abbas Zaidi is currently working as Assistant Professor at H.S.Z.H. Govt. Unani Medical College, Bhopal (India). He is Associate member of Japan Neuroscience Society and has presented many research papers in various countries such as Iran, Japan, USA, Malaysia, England and Srilanka. He has many published papers in various reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of two national Indian journals, member of ethical committee review board of Unani Medicine in Bhopal. He received the best paper award in a scientific conference at Kualalumpur (Malaysia) in 2011 and the Ministry of AYUSH, Govt. of India has conferred him the Young Scientist Award in February 2017.
Muhammad Hamid Zaman is Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor of Biomedical Engineering and International Health at Boston University. Prof. Zaman’s current research is focused on developing novel solutions to improve the quality of medicines, with a particular focus on how drug quality affects anti-microbial resistance. He is also working on multi-disciplinary educational and research endeavors focusing on improving refugee health in Lebanon, Syria, Uganda and Pakistan. In addition to his research, his newspaper columns have appeared in newspapers around the world, including the New York Times, Project Syndicate, Express Tribune, Huffington Post and US News and World Report.
Dr. Zahra Zeinali is a medical doctor from Iran and has pursued further education in global health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is currently working as a policy officer at EAT Foundation, focused on translating science to policies that protect health of people and the planet through sustainable food systems. Formerly, she has served in several roles including graduate research assistant at the Department of International Health at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and regional coordinator for the Eastern Mediterranean Region of the International Federation of Medical Students´ Associations. She is a member of the Junior Doctors Network of the World Medical Association.