Dr. John Klir is an American trained MD/PhD medical scholar with combined experience of more than 25 years in academic medicine, medical research, clinical medicine, and administration. After obtaining his undergraduate degree in life sciences from Cornell University, Dr. Klir pursued his further studies and obtained his PhD degree in physiology from University of Illinois, and his MD degree from Saba University School of Medicine. After completing his studies, Dr. Klir continued with postgraduate training in both, medical research and clinical medicine. He trained at University of Michigan School of Medicine under mentorship of world renowned medical scholars in areas of immunopathophysiology, namely roles of pro-inflammatory cytokines as immune mediators during fever generation as a part of acute-phase response to infection. Dr. Klir’s continued work resulted in significant contribution to area of cytokine research, as evidenced by multiple publications and presentations at different international conferences. The main interest of Dr. Klir continues in areas of pro-inflammatory mediators, their role during development of different diseases, and development of treatments. During his work, Dr. Klir has been associated with various institutions, including University of Michigan Medical Center, Lovelace Biomedical Institute, University of Missouri, USDA-ARS, Pennington Biomedical Institute, University of Kansas School of Medicine, and Underwood Memorial Hospital.
Pro-inflammatory Cytokines, COPD
Dr Marousa Kouvela is a Pulmonologist. She completed her residency in one of the largest general hospitals in Greece and achieved her speciality board degree in 2013. She has completed her Master of Science in Thoracic Oncology. She has participated in many Natiaonal and International scientific and educational seminars, and published in national and international journals. Her special scientific interests are COPD, lung cancer and interventional pulmonology. She currently work as a Medical Manager Respiratory in Boehringer Ingelheim Ellas, Greece.
Bronchodilators, COPD and prevention of COPD exacerbations.
Doctor specialized in internal medicine with training and experience in the treatment of critically ill patients. Active number member of the Colombian Association of Critical and Intensive Care Medicine. Accredited by the American Society of Critical Care as a supplier of Fundamental Critical Care Support. Science director of the leading group of ARDS UCI Honda. Chief Editor of the Science Publishing Group/ Science Clinical Journal Medicine. Publishing member of the Editorial Board Significs Online Publishing, International author Journal Lung, Pulmonary and Respiratory Research. International reviewer pulmonary and respiratory medicine omics international. Elsevier author at the Critical medicine colombian act, FUCS academic reviewer.
Internal medicine, physiology of the ventilation and pulmonary embolism.