International conference and Expo on

Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery

April 04-06, 2016, Dubai, UAE

Organizing Committee

Pupalan Iyngkaran
Flinders University,
»»View BiographyPupalan Iyngkaran is a Consultant Cardiologist with subspecialty training in Heart Failure and Cardiovascular Imaging. He is also Senior Lecturer in Cardiology at Flinders University. He started his cardiology training at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, South Australia. He spent part of his training at the National Heart Centre, Singapore. He completed his cardiovascular training with additional subspecialty training in echocardiography at the Flinders Medical Centre, South Australia. Upon completing cardiology training he spent several years at the Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Melbourne. Under guidance of Professor Henry Krum he was involved in basic science work on uremic toxins in cardiacmyocytes and setting up several heart failure databases on novel renal injury biomarkers in acute heart failure admissions and chronic heart failure. During this time he completed courses on clinical trial design, good clinical practice and gained additional clinical skills in Cardiac MRI and CTCA. With his research interest in heart failure he took a clinical and research position at the Royal Darwin Hospital, Northern Territory. He spends his time equally between clinical work across urban and remote centers in the Northern Territory and heart failure research. He is currently involved with several ongoing studies exploring the quality of care and outcomes of acute heat failure admissions, chronic disease and comorbidities management and improving patient journey for Indigenous clients. He has received governmental and non-governmental competitive funding and has published in peer review journals on these topics. He was also a contributor to the Northern Territory Heart failure treatment manual
Govindasamy Chandramohan
King Saud University,
Saudi Arabia
»»View BiographyG.Chandramohan has completed his Ph.D at the age of 28 years from Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu, India and now he is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences, College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. During his doctoral program, he has isolated a novel antidiabetic compound from the south Indian medicinal plant and he has patented his invention and patent was granted recently by IPR, India (Patent Grant No. 243139). Senior Research Fellowship and University Research Studentship have been awarded for his doctoral research by Indian Council of Medical Research and Annamalai University respectively. Dr. G.Chandramohan is very active in participation in scientific meeting in abroad an example of these activities; International Conference on Diabetes & Metabolism” on 13-14 December 2010, California, USA; “Experimental Biology 2011” on 9-13th December, 2011, Washington, USA; Symposium of “The Use of Zinc Finger Nucleases for the Development of Next Generation Cell Lines and Animal Models” Heidelberg, Germany” on 5th December 2011; “2nd World Congress on Diabetes & Metabolism” on 6-8th December 2011, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA and “World Nutrition Rio 2012” on 27th-30th April 2012, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil and 3rd International Conference on Clinical & Experimental Cardiology, on 15-17th April, 2013, Chicago, USA etc. Special Recognition and Special Appreciation Award received as Organizing Committee Member for the “3rd International Conference on Clinical & Experimental Cardiology”, Chicago, USA. He has also served as a Session Chair Person and organizing committee member for the “IstInternational conference on Diabetes & Metabolism” was held in California, USA (2010) and 2nd World Congress on Diabetes & Metabolism” was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA (2011) respectively. He has published a good number of papers in reputed journals. He is serving as an editorial board member and reviewer in reputed journals. He is also evaluator for the Indian government scientific projects. Recently, he has completed three major research projects.
Aristotle Protopapas
MSc. (DIC) FRCS (Glasg),
»»View BiographyAristotle Protopapas MSc. (DIC) FRCS (Glasg), is a Cardiothoracic Surgeon on the Specialist Register of the United Kingdom since 2013. He read Medicine in Athens, Greece and holds an MSc. in Surgical Technology from the Imperial College London since 2006. Mr. Protopapas is a Fellow-qua-Surgeon (by examination) of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Glasgow since 1998, and member of the Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery in Great Britain and Ireland since 2002. Mr. Protopapas served as an Army Medical Officer for two years before embarking in a career in surgery in native Greece, Republic of South Africa, New Zealand and presently the United Kingdom. Mr. Protopapas is interested in Surgical Technology, minimal access surgery and repair of chest deformities, beating-heart and computer-assisted surgery, endoscopic conduit harvesting, pulmonary resection for primary and metastatic tumours, thoracoscopy, assessment of surgical technological solutions at clinical outcome level and virtual endoscopy-augmented reality. Mr. Protopapas envisages a hybrid cardiovascular physician for the immediate future. He serves at the Editorial Boards of Interactive Cardio Vascular and Thoracic Surgery and Medical Instrumentation, and as Associate Editor of the Journal of Medical Case Reports. Dr. Protopapas has sat at committees for healthcare commissioning and guiding of clinical evidence, and working groups of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Mr. Protopapas enjoys, in no particular order, backcountry snowboarding, online bullet chess, modern oil seascapes of the South of France, belcanto opera, water-polo, polo and beach surfing.