Professor Mehmet Ozaslan  
Dr. Mehmet Ozaslan is currently working as Professor in Department of Biology at University of Gaziantep, Turkey. He completed his PhD in 1995 from University of Cukurova in Virology. His area of work includes Molecular Sciences, Microbiology, Transplantable to Tumors and Phytotherapy, Genetics, Biostatistics, Evolution and Biomedical Sciences. His responsibilities includes the Chairman of Molecular Biology and Genetics (from 2000), the Dean of education Faculty in Nizip (from 2010), the Member of Gaziantep University Senate and Board member (from 2010), Regional Coordinator of AOF (open educational system of Turkey) from 2008, and in Board Committee of many Faculties and Higher education institute and also responsible for some other local, regional or national missions. His prior work experience includes Vice Rector of Gazintep University, the advisor to the Rector, the founder of the Department of Biology, the Chairman of the Department of Biology (11 years), Regional Coordinator of examination system of Turkey, the Secretary General of subgroup of National Scientific Research and Commission of Turkey and ERASMUS Departmental Coordinator. He has published more than 200 articles in International and National Peer reviewed Journals. He wrote a chapter “Social Life and Biodiversity Contribution of Organic Agriculture” in the book name Organic Farming Sector in not in the Sectoral, Strategies and Applications in 2006. He is also serving more than 10 journals as Editor/Reviewer. So far, Dr. Mehmet has produced 6 PhD and more than 40 MSc Scholars. Now-a-days he is supervising another 6 PhD and 4 MSc students, respectively.
Prof. Dr. Aboul-Ata Elnady ABOUL-ATA  
Dr. Aboul-Ata Elnady ABOUL-ATA, Professor Dr. of Plant virology, became the president of ArSV (Arab Society for Virology) in 2013 for 3 years. He was formerly Department Head of Plant Virus and Phytoplasma Research, Plant Pathology Research Institute at Agricultural Research Center, Giza, Egypt for 3 years and Head of Molecular laboratory at Plant Virus and Phytoplasma. In 2007 he has been awarded committee membership of Egyptian Society of Advanced Material and NanoTechnology. He is the General Secretary for ESV since 2014 for 3-year period. He is partner as ArSV president and keynote speaker for 3 successive international congresses. He is the author of more than 40 scientific papers in different approaches i.e. gene silencing, sequencing of viral genes. He is being the author of Chapters in different books i.e. Mediterranean Link Committee for Processing Tomato Research (MELCOPTOR) Book and Virus Diseases and Control in Arab World. He is being in charge of nanoscience introduction to the domain of plant virology at Plant Pathology Research Institute. He brings his research a unique relationship study between viruses and insect vectors. Dr. Aboul-Ata has been chosen for reviewing at different scientific journals in Asia, Africa, Europe and USA. He has been supervising two M.Sc. students to study plant vaccine against HSV-2 and MYSV epidemiology and molecular studies. He has been supervising two Ph.D. students on Corn stunt spiroplasma and Soy bean virus epidemiology. He is also involved in the committee member for scientific production evaluation to promotion Dr. Mohamad Shantanaweyat Al-Balquaa Applied University, Jordan on 2009 for Associate Professor Position. He has been a reviewer for BARD-funded research project on (Gene silencing as tools for functional genomics of grapevine). He has been attending conferences of plant virology and plant pathology in different European, American and Asian countries. He has been involved in different scientific activities i.e. visits, workshops, participating research projects and teaching as international collaboration. Dr. Aboul-Ata has been involved in different R&D activities. Dr. Aboul-Ata was Examiner Committee Member for Ph.D.qualification, M. Sc. and Ph.D. students at Faculty Agriculture Cairo University. A.E. Aboul-Ata is an evaluation-committee member for higher-scientific-position promotion at Institute of Plant Pathology, ARC, Egypt, 2008 up to now and also supervisor for some M.Sc. and Ph.D. students at Cairo University. He is serving as a reviewer, Editorial-board members and Editor for peer-reviewed scientific African, Asian and European journals. He is also reviewing and Evaluator for Original Manuscripts and Research Projects. He is organizing-committee member for ESV conference of virology. A.E. Aboul-Ata is an ACSE (Asian Council of Science Editors) member to facing unethical open access publications in collaboration with different international agencies and committees.
Kuldeep Dhama  
Dr. Kuldeep Dhama, M.V.Sc., PhD (Gold Medalist) is working as Principal Scientist in Division of Pathology, Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI), Izatnagar, Bareilly (UP) India. He did his schooling from New Delhi and graduation B.V.Sc. & A.H. (Hons.) in 1992 from G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar, and M.V.Sc. (1994) & Ph.D. (2002) from Indian Veterinary Research Institute. With 20 years of research experience in diagnosis, vaccines and control of important livestock and poultry diseases, working especially in the areas of microbiology, immunology, virology, biotechnology and molecular biology, has handled 16 Research Projects, Guided 14 M.V.Sc./P.D. scholars, has to his credit 600 publications in various National & International journals of repute, books, souvenirs, magazines, and 06 Books, 60 Book Chapters, 171 NCBI Gene Accession numbers (GenBank), and 300 other publications. He is an active member of 17 Professional/Scientific Societies, and honored with 45 Best Paper Awards. He has worked as Nodal Officer, WTO and is a Member, Wildlife Health Specialist Group (IUCN). He has been awarded as NAAS (National Academy of Agricultural Science, India), Associate-ship (Young scientist recognition award). He is working as Editor/Referee of several National and International Journals/Magazines of repute.
Prof. Gazi Mahabubul Alam  
Prof. Gazi Mahabubul Alam has worked for both in institution of higher education and international partner for development. He has published significantly with the international journals. His articles receive a wider number of citations. Many occasions, his papers have received the award of best cited papers. . He has been shouldering the responsibility of the Vice-President of the Asian Council of Science Editor. He has also been working with the editorial board of a number of international journals. His works: the role of Technical and Vocational Education on National Development of Bangladesh and The role Agriculture Education on National Development of Bangladesh are widely cited and internationally recognised research papers. Gazi has been actively involved with both theoretical and practical branches of development studies.

Further to his MBA studied in the USA, he completed his MA from the University of Sussex and PhD from the University of Nottingham, UK. In 2014, Gazi received the Fellowship (FRSA) from the Royal Society of Arts for his extensive contribution on Skills Development. As part of his career with the International Labour Organisation (ILO), he was one of the main contributors in drafting Skills Development Policy in Bangladesh. Prof. Gazi has worked a number of countries that include Malaysia, Bangladesh, UK, Australia and the USA.

Prof. Gazi has been identified as an influential speaker for seminar, symposium, workshop, training and classes. He can strongly stimulus the audience while he talks various issues especially education & development, philosophy of education, education business, public and economic policy, education economics and policy, research methodology, writing manuscript and professional development. With a vast, wider and multi- disciplinary experience of research, teaching, and education background, Prof. Alam can serve the need of various schools/ faculties (i.e. School of Education, School of Business and management, School of Economics and School of Public Policy and Administration). Prof. Gazi's mosaic background of education, personal development from an underprivileged background and diversified career make him keen work for the partner for development of developing nation.
Prof. Akhtar Jamal Khan  
Senior Scientist, JK Green Technology, & Adjunct Professor, ITT, Prof. Akhtar Jamal Khan has been working on biochemical and molecular plant pathology since 1985. Prof. Khan has published original research in a wide range of plant pathology including plant diseases caused by fungi, bacteria, nematodes and viruses in several countries across the world. His research includes host-pathogen interaction, biodiversity and molecular characterization of begomoviruses, developing genetic resistance in crops against begomoviruses using pathogen and non-pathogen derived genes. His work has appeared in a number of high impact journals, including Trends in Plant Science, Virus Research, Archives of Virology, Phytopathology, Plant Disease, Viruses, Virus Genes, International Journal of Systematics & Evolutionary Microbiology, Journal of Food Engineering, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, Carbohydrate Research, Journal of Plant Physiology, Plant & Cell Physiology, and Life Sciences. Prof. Khan serves on a number of editorial boards of international scientific journals and is also engaged as a reviewer for several international scientific and high impact journals. He is a member of a number of local and international scientific and professional organizations including the American Phytopathological Society.
Dr. Idris Abdullah Saleh Hamad Al Attiya  
Dr. Idris Abdullah Saleh Hamad Al Attiya is currently working as Associate Professor. He obtained his PhD in Molecular Evolution at Uppsala University in 2004. In past he has worked as Founder and Chairman of the Department of Botany, Faculty of Science (2005 - 2008), Dean of the People's Committee in Charge of the Faculty of Science, Assistant Secretary (Assistant Head) of the Union of the Faculty of Science and Engineering, faculties members and resources, Founder and Chairman of the Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Science at the University of Omar Radd. He has published 66 papers in scientific journals. He supervised 6 MSc students as Co-advisor. He also attended number of conferences. He is also an acting editor and member of editor board in number of international journals. He is member of following scientific societies, British Society of Plant Pathology, Phytopathologia Mediterranea, Phytopathologica et Entamologica Hungarica, Indian Society of Mycology and Plant Pathology, New Phytopathologist (International Journal of Plant Science (UK), Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, Active Scientist Member at The Science Advisory Board, International Society for Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR Newsletter), International Society for Fungal Conservation, European Mycological Association, International Society for Pest Information (ISPI).
Prof. Shakil Akhtar  
Dr. Shakil Akhtar is currently Professor of IT and Computer Science at Clayton State University. Before this he was the IT Department head from July 2007 to December 2008. He was a Professor in the College of Information Technology at UAE University from 2002 to 2007, where he served as interim Dean for the college during 2002-03. During 2000 to 2002, he was a Performance and Simulation Engineer at Lucent Technologies in Naperville, Illinois, where he was responsible for performance analysis and simulation of telecommunications equipment including third generation mobile systems. His prior work experience includes Computer Science/Engineering Departments at Central Michigan University, University of Toledo, and King Fahad University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. His main research interests are Reliability Modeling, Performance Modeling, CS/IT Education and Simulation of Computer Networks. He has a Ph.D. from Wayne State University in Computer Engineering, and M.S. and B.S., both in Electrical Engineering, from King Fahad University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, and University of Peshawar, respectively.
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