Rory F. Richardson, Ph.D., ABMP, TEP Clinical Psychologist & Neuropsychologist • Licensed Psychologist, State of Oregon • HCPC-United Kingdom, Registered Clinical, Health & Counseling Psychologist, United Kingdom • Board Cerified, Diplomate in Medical Psychology, American Board of Medical Psycholgoy • TEP, Board Certified Trainer, Educator and Practitioner, American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry & Group Psychotherapy • Chartered Psychologist, Psychological Society of Ireland • Post-Doctorate in Psychopharmacology, Prescribing Psychologists’ Register (including national board examination), 1999. • Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology & Biopsychology, The Union Institute, 1994 • Post-Graduate Diploma in Psychodrama & Group Psychotherapy, The Moreno Institute, 1975. His areas of specialization in Medical Psychology include the following: • Pain Management • Psychogenic interplay with Physical Illnesses • Eating Disorders • Psychopharmacology • Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome • Neuropsychology • Traumatic Head Injury • Living with Chronic Disorders • Psychoneuroendocrinology • Stress impact on the Immune System (Psychoneuroimmunology) • Integration of Eastern & Alternative Methods • Biopsychological Aspects of Psychiatric Conditions • Impact of Biology on Psychological Function • Exogenous & Endogenous Addictions & Recovery Dr. Richardson works with pediatric and adult patients with various conditions including bipolarity, OCD, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, autism and other conditions. Because of special training and expertise in medical psychology, Dr. Richardson works closely with the individual's physician to help address a variety of issues and concerns including chronic pain, interplay of medical issues and psychological issues and others. Because of his background with Montessori Education and the use of play therapy methods, he is able to work with more challenging pediatric cases. Dr. Richardson also provides both Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment to children, adolescents and adults. The Neuropsychological Testing & Assessment are usually related to various medical issues including traumatic head injuries, brain dysfunction secondary to hepatitis or other infections, MS and neurological symptoms. In addition, neuropsychological assessments are used in concert with the neurologist consultations, determination of pseudoseizure and other dysfunction of cognition, vascular dysfunction resulting in memory problems and/or cognitive decline. The Neuropsychological Testing & Assessment provides an assessment of neuropsychological functioning which is used to rule in or rule out various neurologic conditions, the level of neurologic functioning and impact of any neurological condition or a systemic condition with impact on neurological function. The goals of these assessments are to assist patients and their families optimize function while coping with changes and losses. Dr. Richardson was one of only two Certified Irlen Diagnosticians in the State of Oregon. Individuals with Irlen Syndrome or Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome have slight to major distortions in their visual processing which they may not be aware of that impact depth perception, reading, energy level, light sensitivity and other functions. This condition is not related to impairment of the eye but rather relates to the quality and processing of the bioelectrical signal which the brain attempts to process. With this distortion, white spaces may glow or letters may feel like they move or print becomes washed out. By use of the right Irlen Filters, this distortion is corrected. Many individuals who have sustained head traumas have experienced this condition which is has also been called Post Trauma Vision Syndrome.
Clinical neurosciences, Medical anthropology and practices, Eastern healing modalities, Ancient history, Ancient manuscripts, Genealogy, Spirituality, Faith, Music and Arts.
r. Rajan Radhakrishnan is an Associate Professor of Integrated Medicine and Medical Educator (pharmacology) at the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine. He is a pharmacologist and a registered pharmacist in the states of Utah and West Virginia with more than 20 years of combined professional experience in industrial pharmacy, biomedical research, pharmacy practice, and academia as a teacher and as an administrator. Dr. Radhakrishnan has published 37 articles in international, peer-reviewed journals and 5 book chapters in his areas of expertise. He also serves as one of the editors of Phytotherapy Research (Wiley), Section Editor of Inflammopharmacology (Springer), Editorial Board Member of Journal of Pain (Elsevier), and a reviewer for more than 15 international scientific journals. He is a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP), American Pain Society (APS), and American Pharmacists Association (APhA). He also currently serves as a member of the Ethics Committee and Membership Committee of the American Pain Society.
chronic pain mechanisms, statin-induced myalgia, TRPV and ASIC channels in ischemic- and inflammatory pain, TRPV and ASIC channels in prostatodynia and male chronic pelvic pain, cellular mechanisms of opioid tolerance and opioid-induced pain, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), muscarinic receptors in nociception and analgesia, hypertension, renin-angiotensin system and pain, common sites of central cardiovascular control and pain modulation, anti-addiction potential of herbal drugs, safety and efficacy assessment of natural products, drug interactions involving natural products, and toxicology.
Jennifer Fitzpatrick is a highly qualified national Board Certificated Behavior Analyst and holds both a Masters Degree in Applied Behavioral Analysis/Special Education with further specialization in Autism and a Masters in Education. Currently, Mrs. Fitzpatrick is finishing her doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology with specialization towards Neurological Disorders-Autism. Mrs. Fitzpatrick received her training in Washington DC and received special training in Autism within a specialized ABA unit. Jennifer Fitzpatrick leads a team for a CCO providing Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) services to Medicaid eligible individuals throughout Oregon. Outside her job, she also provides mentoring and case supervision to other BCBAs in Oregon, Washington and Idaho and she consults on special client cases that require her unique expertise. Mrs. Fitzpatrick's specialty is in EIBI, Autism and Self Injurious Behaviors. She strongly believes in early intervention (EIBI) ABA services, and the deep impact and benefits derived by such services on the future of children with autism and their entire family.
Diverse skills, highly motivated with sufficient energy and intiative with strong leadership qualities. Invited and accepted membership of the Golden Key International Honour Society from the Wits University Golden Key Chapter. The honour recognises 15% of top academic achievers in selected International Academic Institutions.
Diverse skills, highly motivated with sufficient energy and intiative with strong leadership qualities.
I qualified as a doctor in 1970, after having studied medicine in Russia. Since qualification I have worked in Eire and the UK. I did various jobs in general adult medicine as a Registrar, training in Accident and Emergency medicine for a considerable period, then worked in Paediatric Surgery covering Accident and Emergency medicine and worked in a Paediatric Cardiac Surgery department. I was later trained in Paediatric and Adolescent Medicine and worked as a Paediatric Consultant. My major training was in Paediatric Neurology and Neurodevelopment. (See below) I obtained various higher qualifications such as the Diploma in Child Health (DCH), Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynecology from the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (DRCOG), and the MRCP. I became a fellow of two Royal Medical Colleges - FRCPCH from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and FRCPS from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. I am a medical educationalist and a researcher and have published widely. Most of my publications are related to paediatric neurology and child development topics. In the past 13 years I have worked as a First Contact Physician in Harley Street and I am the Executive Medical Director of Medical Express Clinic. For this reason I did two Masters (MSc) modules in Neurology and in Musculo-skeletal Medicine which also included trauma medicine. Over the years, I have specifically trained myself in medico-legal report writing; I belong to the Medico Legal Society and attend meetings at the Royal Society of Medicine. I have also been trained by the Judicial College in industrial injuries and in recognition of dating scars and injuries. I have been sitting as a panel member on industrial injury cases and acquired in-service training and experience. I examine patients (appellants) to assess industrial injuries at the Appeals Tribunal. This continuing experience is valuable in my current role at Medical Express Clinic. For 15 years, until April 2015, I was a Senior Medically Qualified Tribunal Member in the First-Tier Tribunal dealing with disability and industrial injuries cases at HM Courts & Tribunals Service. Later, the Judiciary appointed me as a Regional Medical Appraiser with District Judge status and I am sworn. I attended the Tribunals Service for one day a week at that time, and in addition I carried out appraisals of other doctors working for the Tribunals Service. I sat in and watched how other tribunal teams worked and discussed their cases - this gave me vast experience which is useful for the work I do at the Medical Express Clinic. Now, since April 2015 I have retired from the Judiciary work. My specific expertise is on writing medical reports on victims of torture and in paediatric neurology and child developmental issues. I am also an expert in vaccine damage issues and toxin damage including allergic and environmental damage to the brain. a) I have written more than 600 medico-legal reports including reports on victims of torture and medical negligence over many years. My legal training given by the Tribunal Judiciary also assists me in writing medical reports. b) I examined scars for Tribunal Services and over the years with training from Tribunals Services have become proficient in recognition and in considering the causation. However there is no way scientifically to establish confidently how an injury occurred to cause a scar. Scars caused by trauma and other means cannot be differentiated on clinical grounds. c) I organised and ran a Course in Medical Report writing for Bond Solon – The Legal Training Company. Many years ago I also attended training at Royal Society of Medicine on Courtroom skills. I update my skills in medico-legal work by reading and attending CPD courses. Having worked as a Consultant I have prepared at least 100 medico-legal reports for Courts on child abuse cases. I have attended Courts to give evidence. d) I was appraised by Tribunal Services for 6 years when appraisals began and I was assessed as being competent in examining people who are victims of accidents claiming industrial injury benefits. I received regular in-service training by the Judiciary. I was appointed by the Tribunal Judiciary as a District Medical Appraiser and also had training on this aspect of my work with the judiciary. This appointment gave me District Judge status.
Dr. Capote serves as the Medical Director of the Division of Neuropsychiatry at DENT. In addition, he is Medical Director of Addiction Services at Brylin Hospital, Clinical Assistant Professor at State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine, and Faculty Physician Assistant Program at Daemen College. He is presently a principle investigator in numerous trials on Alzheimer's disease, vagal nerve stimulation, transcranial magnetic stimulation, Bipolar disorder and addictive disorders. A member of the National Steering Committee for the National Institutes of Health's Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative, Dr. Capote also serves on several national advisory boards. Locally, he is active with various organizations including the Alzheimer's Association of WNY and the National Alliance for the mentally ill. In May 2009, he entered the international stage when he was invited to be keynote speaker for the International Symposium in Neuroscience and Addictions in London, England. Dr. Capote is also active in various professional societies, including the American Academy of Neuropsychiatry, American Psychiatric Association, American Society of Addiction Medicine, and the Cuban American Psychiatric Association. He also shares his knowledge by teaching physician assistant students, pharmacology residents, and family medicine residents. He is very involved in educating his peers by presenting a variety of lectures ranging from grand rounds to round table discussions. He has authored numerous publications, some of his most recent include, Neuroimaging in Psychiatry and Ropinerole in the treatment of Bipolar Depression. In addition, he recently presented some of his research at the US Psychiatric Congress in Orlando, Florida.
DR. (MRS) MRUDULA A. PHADKE Visiting Scientist, Haffkine Institute for Training, Research & Testing, Parel, Mumbai – 400 012. Consultant UNICEF Independent Director, Serum Institute of India Limited, Pune Advisor : Maharashtra State AIDS Control Society, Govt. of Maharashtra Adjunct Professor, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik Member : DSMB, MENINGOCOCCAL VACCINE, WHO Vaccine Safety Committee, Geneva POSITIONS HELD Vice Chancellor, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik, Maharashtra, India (Upto 22nd December 2009) Director, Medical Education & Research, Govt. of Maharashtra, Mumbai - 400 001 Dean, B J Medical College, Pune Senior Technical Advisor: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Member, Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety, WHO, Geneva EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS M.B.B.S. - University of Bombay, 1967 D.C.H.- C.P.S., Bombay 1969 M.D. (Pediatrics)-University of Poona, 1970 F.I.A.P. – Fellow of Indian Academy of Pediatrics. 1991 MRCP, FRCPCH. (U. K.) 2003 MNAMS – 2008 FNAMS – 2009 Highlights of Achievements Academic Under Graduate and postgraduate Medical Career – Stood first in the University in all the examinations and received over 20 gold medals and prizes Recipient of President of India’s Medal. Intense involvement in patient care, student teaching and research while working as Professor of Pediatrics. Set up & enhanced the Department of Genetics at B.J. Medical college – the only center in Western Maharashtra, started with the help of Govt. of Maharashtra, Dept of Science & technology, Dept. of Biotechnology. Extremely Sound Academic Development. The second pediatrician in India to receive Hon. Fellowship of the Royal College of Pediatricians FRCP (UK2003) Member, Child Survival Group Planning Commission Actively involved in Immunization Research, Nutrition and HIV/AIDS Research Administrative Gained a lot of administrative experience while working as Dean B.J. Medical College, Pune, Director Medical Education and Research Govt. of Maharashtra, Mumbai and Vice Chancellor, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik, Maharashtra, India Helped the Government in Policy-making, Conceptualization and establishment of 3 New Medical Colleges –Govt. Medical College Kolhapur, Latur, Akola. Started seven Departments of Excellence viz. University Department of Interdisciplinary Research & Technology, University Department of Medical Education Technology, University Department of Genetics Immunology & Biochemistry, University Department of Infectious Diseases, University Department of Public Health & Community Ophthalmology, Department of Tribal Health and Department of Microdentistry. ----6---- Experience of working with the University as Dean of Faculty of Medicine, Member of Management Council & others. Started Star Research Award and a Journal-Milestone for the Directorate. Research Research publications in National and International Journals, written chapters in Medical Journals, Delivered Lecturers and orations on Medicine, Medical Education –Policy and Conceptualization A comprehensive and concise knowledge and understanding of working of the University, Government, with vast academic and administrative experience, appropriate to lead the University to attain higher laurels Academic & Administrative Achievements as the Director of Medical Education & Research, Govt. of Maharashtra
Partner of SalesBrain, the first Neuromarketing agency in the world. NeuroStrategy partner and CEO. Spain Local Chair of the global Neuromarketing Science & Business Association (NMSBA). Pionner in #Neuromarketing with over 30 years of marketing, sales, and top management experience, Antonio's passion is to understand and predict clients and consumer behaviour as well as to develop people’s skills in neuromarketing and neurostrategy. Antonio has held during 21 years senior management positions in US companies like General Motors, Electronic Data Systems and Siebel Systems. He has worked around the world. Since 2003 Neuromarketing speaker, researcher, Professor and entrepreneur. He is Professor of Neuromarketing and Neurostrategy at EEN, ISG and UNIBE and also in a Masters program offered by the Barcelona School of Management (UPF University). He holds a PhD in Germanic philology.With over 30 years of global marketing, sales, and top management experience, Antonio’s passion is to understand and predict clients and consumer behavior as well as to develop people’s skills in neuromarketing. He has been managing and working in several neurostrategy and neuromarketing projects around the world including government and private sectors like automotive, fragrances, IT, pharma, healthcare, communication, PTT, food, packaging, fish, banking and insurance. Antonio has held senior management positions in US publicly traded companies like General Motors, Electronic Data Systems and Siebel Systems. He is born in Barcelona (Spain). He is fluent in five languages. Antonio is a visionary who can motivate a team while managing complex projects and earning the confidence of all his customers. Leadership is one of his strongest qualities. He was awarded with the “International Salesman of the year for Outstanding Sales Performance” EDS Award for a strategic and multimillion $ deal for Barcelona 92 Olympics. 10 years on the President’s Club in EDS, SSA ans Siebel Systems. He is also a successful entrepreneur. Antonio is a partner of SalesBrain and CEO of NeuroStrategy. He is the science and academic director of the NeuroStrategy - SalesBrain Master in Neuromarketing and Neurostrategy offered by 3 Business Schools already in 3 countries: EEN Business School (Madrid – Spain), UNIBE Business School (Santo Domingo - Dominican Republic) and ISG Business School (Lisbon). He is also professor in a Master of Science in IT offered by the Barcelona School of Management (UPF University- Barcelona- Spain). He holds a PhD in Germanic philology.
Dr. Leonard-Zabel is a full professor of Psychology at Curry College in Massachusetts, USA. She is president of private clinic specializing in international School Neuropsychology and Clinical Forensic Counseling. She holds diplomat and fellow certifications in the field of Neuropsychology, Forensics, Autism, Psychotherapy, Addictions, CBT, Disability Analysis, and Homeland Security. She was recognized in the American Psychological Association-Monitor on Psychology Journal under the personality and achievement section. This year she was awarded the Distinguished Leadership Circle of Directors from the American Board of Disability Analysts and the title of Honorary Founding Faculty Member for the American College of Disability Analysts. She serves on the Learning Disabilities Worldwide Congress-Board of Directors. She was awarded the Curry College Excellence in Teaching 'Researcher of the Year' and 'Person of the Year' from Curry College acknowledging excellence in teaching, mentorship, leadership and community service.
1. Head of the Dept of Paediatrics, BICH, DSH 2. Academic Director, BICH 3. Honorary Consultant, Kanti Children Hospital, Nepal, 1987. Current Activities: 1. President, CAMADD 2. Secretary, CAMHADD, Bangladesh Chapter 3. Vice President, Bangladesh Paediatric Association 4. Vice President, Palli Shishu (Rural Child) Foundation of Bangladesh 5. Life Member- Lions Foundation of Bangladesh Honour: 1. Fellow of the Commonwealth Foundation - 1991 2. Visiting Professor of Apollo Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh 3. Honorary Member- Nepal Paediatric Society. 4. Fellow of WHO: Studied Epidemiology at the School of Hygiene and Public Health, Johns Hopkins University- 1998 5. Ambica Memorial Oration , Nepal Paediatric Society 1998. 6. PESON (Perinatal Society of Nepal) Oration – 2000. 7. Invited to deliver Dr. S. P. Ghosal Memorial Oration in the East Zone Indian Academy of Paediatrics (IAP) Coherence to be held in November 2008 Journal: Founder Editor of Dhaka Shishu (Children) Hospital Journal, 1982 – 1989. Major Research: Field Testing of Tube and Mask Device for the resuscitation of asphyxiated newborn babies at the Community level (supported by WHO) Publications: Numerous articles in National and International Journals Felicitation: Felicitated for “Monumental service rendered by Dr. Sirajul Islam, for the welfare of children”- by Indian Academy of Paediatrics, West Bengal Branch 1996 Acted as: 1. Head of the Dept of Paediatrics, BICH, DSH 2. Academic Director, BICH 3. Honorary Consultant, Kanti Children Hospital, Nepal, 1987
Dr. Amgad M. Rabie, Professor & Researcher of Pharmaceutical Organic (Medicinal) Chemistry & Drug Design/Discovery, Department of Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, Mansoura University, Mansoura, Egypt. He is the editor-in-chief & the chairman of the peer-reviewing committee of the famous & reputable journal in pharmaceutical sciences & researches worldwide, International Journal of Pharma Sciences and Scientific Research (IJPSR), USA, Canada, Europe, Asia, Egypt, Australia, and Brazil.His major role is to help the American Chemical Society (ACS; which is the most famous & best ranked international chemistry organization) to improve people’s lives through the transforming power of chemistry. He is also a editorial board director & chairman of the multidisciplinary and internationally famous & comprehensive journal in all pharmaceutical & medicinal sciences worldwide, Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Research (JPMR) (ISSN: 2455-0280).
Secretary General CAMHADD UK International council Member Of ASPR _ JAPAN Chairman – Indian College of Maternal and Child Health Pediatric Unit Honorary Professor of Pediatrics, Indira Gandhi Medical College, Nagpur, India Past Chairman Indian national Society for Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect Past Standing Committee Member – International Pediatric Association Past President International Society of Tropical Pediatrics Past President Indian Academy of Pediatrics Professional experience WHO Fellow at Bangkok, Singapore International Trainee in Neonatology, Chicago, USA Participant WHO / ICMR / British workshops Participant IPA / APSEEAR / IAP / WHO workshop Participant Global Task Force meeting of UNICEF / WHO on Child Survival Advanced PALS Course from American Academy of Pediatric, USA Participant - Rights of the Child - UN Convention Participant - UNICEF - South Asia High level meet on Children Nepal Participant - UN Special Session on Children as SCM IPA - NY USA Participant - World Health Assembly as SCM IPA – Geneva
Subashchandrabose Chinnathambi obtained his Ph.D. in Biochemistry, at the Max Planck Institute for Structural Molecular Biology (MPGASMB), Hamburg, Germany in 2011. He has examined the Influence of Phosphorylation on the Pathological Conformation of Human Microtubule-Associated Protein Tau in Alzheimer’s disease. His post-doctoral training at the German Centre for Neurodegeneration Disease (DZNE)–Bonn, Germany, studied the role of rare MAPT (p. A152T mutant) mutation increases the pathological conformation and physiological properties of Tau (axonal protein) in Alzheimer’s patient. After the post-doctoral stint he joined as Assistant Professor at the Biochemical Sciences Division, National Chemical Laboratory (CSIR-NCL). He has published more than 15 papers in reputed journals. He has expertise in the area of Tau biochemistry and especially on Alzheimer and Parkinson’s disease.
Ljudmila Stojanovich received her Ph.D. in Medicine, with the thesis “Neuropsychiatric manifestations in patients with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus” in 1999. She is the scientific director in the Bezhanijska Kosa, University Medical Center of Belgrade University, where she is currently a Research Professor. Dr. Stojanovich’s research focuses on Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Antiphospholipid Syndrome, and Vaccination in patients with Autoimmune Rheumatic diseases. She is an author of three monographs and of about 250 articles on various aspects of Autoimmune Rheumatic disorders, published in international and domestic journals and in conference proceedings. She is in Editorial Boards (Editorial Boards LUPUS (LONDON). /Reviewer in the “CURRENT CONTENSTS” or “Science citation index”, like LUPUS REWIEWER DATABAS, Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology, The Journal of Vaccine <firstname.lastname@example.org , The Journal of Rheumatology, Allergologia et Immunopathologia and others. She is a member of number International Project, like of “the European Forum on Antiphospholipid Antibodies”, “Multicenter studies antiphospholipid antibodies, infections and autoimmune diseases”. She is a mentor/ Supervisor ships a numbers of post-doc students. She was in Invited Speaker for many lectures in Congresses and Symposia; organizer and Chairman of many Workshops, Seminars and Symposia; member of the Steering Committee of the “(EULAR) recommendations for vaccination in patients with auto-immune inflammatory rheumatic diseases (AIIRD)”, and EULAR Honorary Member; chairman in the International Congress “Antiphospholipid syndrome (Hughes syndrome) importance of multidisciplinary approaches- 30 years since definition”, 2013, “GRANT 2015” of the EUROPEAN STROKE CONFERENCE » for “excellent research in cerebrovascular diseases reviewed by the Scientific and programmer Committees”, and presented at the 24th Annual Meeting; Vienna, may, 2015. Member of ILLUMINATE steering committee: the phase 3 lupus ILLUMINATES clinical trials of Tabalumab/ Eli Lilly and Company., MD, PhD, FRCP, are willing to serve as a consultant to Lilly Research Laboratories, a division of Eli Lilly and Company (“Lilly”), in connection with the development of Tabalumab also known as LY2439821. Co- Chairman and the lector “LUPUS ACADEMY EASTERN EUROPEAN ROADSHOW of EULAR«: Belgrade, 18TH MARCH 2016, www.lupus-academy.org. Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) from 2017. Professor Ljudmila Stojanovich’ Impact Point is 300.14, and number of citattions is 1,444.
1991 to 1997 Study of Medicine, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt a. Main 1991 to 1997 Scholarship according to the Bavarian Gifted Promotion Act (BayBFG) Nov . 1997 State exams in medicine Nov . 1997 Approval as a doctor, dissertation: detection of mutations in the Ki-ras gene in human pancreatic tissue by means of DNA sequence analysis and analysis of single-strand conformational polymorphisms (SSCP) 01.12.1997 - 31.05.1999 Work as a doctor in an internship at the psychiatric clinic at Benjamin Franklin University of the Freie Universität Berlin. Study coordinator for the study of the pharmacogenetically based optimization of therapy with antipsychotics in schizophrenia 01.06.1999 - 31.12.2003 Research associate at the Institute of Clinical Pharmacology, Charité, Humboldt University, Berlin. Head of the Research Group Pharmacogenetic Diagnostics and Therapy Recommendations and Laboratory Director of the Laboratory for Pharmacogenetic Diagnostics at the Institute of Clinical Pharmacology 11.12.2003 Recognition as a specialist in clinical pharmacology 01.01.2004 - 31.12.2004 Research associate at the Institute of Pharmacology, University of Cologne, Department of Clinical Pharmacology. Head of Pharmacogenetics in Clinical Studies 01.03.2004 Appointment as an extraordinary member of the Medical Committee of the German Medical Society 21/06/2004 21.06.2004 Habilitation for the subject of Clinical Pharmacology. Subject of the Habilitationsschrift: Pharmacogenetically based therapy recommendations 01.01.2005 - 31.01.2006 Work group leader at the Department of Pharmacology, University of Cologne, Department of General Pharmacology 01.02.2006 - 30.04.2012 Professor (W3) for Clinical Pharmacology at the Institute for Naturopathology and Clinical Pharmacology, University of Ulm Since 01.05.2012 Professor and Director Research at the Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices ( BfArM ), co-opted by the Medical Faculty of the University of Bonn as a professor of translational pharmacology Since 01.10.2014 Vice President of the Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices Stay abroad USA 01.03.-30.04. 2009 Invited Professorship, Appointment to the Research Participation Program at the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), US Food and Drug Administration ( FDA ), Washington, US Publications / Other activities Prof. Dr. Stingl published more than 150 scientific papers and book contributions in the field of individualized drug therapy, drug safety and pharmacogenetics. Prof. Dr. Stingl manages and coordinates numerous third-party international research projects as well as European research groups. These are available under the following link: Publications: Prof. Dr. Stingl is a member of numerous scientific associations and is an associate member of the German Medical Association (AKDAE) and has received several awards (2003: Presidential Trainee Award from the American Society for Clinical Phamacology and Therapeutics, 2009: The Utrecht Award for Excellence in Pharmaceutical Research , 2010: Leon Goldberg Young Investigator Award).