Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Professor Mehmet Emre Atabek, Department of Pediatrics
Necmettin Erbakan University , Turkey
Biography :

Mehmet Emre Atabek has completed his PhD from Erciyes University and Post-doctoral studies from Selcuk University School of Meram Medicine. He is the Director of Pediatric Endocrinology, a premier Pediatric Endocrinolgy and Diabetology service organization. He has published more than 120 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an Editorial Board Member of repute. He has been interested in searching metabolic problems of obese children in most of his articles. His articles have been cited more than 1100 citations by another article in Web of Science so far. He continues to work as Head of the Department of Pediatric Endocrinology, Necmettin Erbakan University.

Research Interest :

Pedaitric Endocrinolgy

OCM Member
Ph.D, Head of Health information Management
Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences , Iran
Biography :

Dr. Moghaddasi has received his Ph.D. degree in Health Information Management and his Post Doc. degree in Medical Informatics at Monash University. His thesis titles in graduate and postgraduate degrees are as below: 1) A Comparative Study on the Mechanisms of Healthcare Information Quality Control for Inpatient in USA & UK: Presenting a Proper Model for IRAN. 2) Portable problem oriented Electronic Health Record (PPOEHR). He works as an associate professor at the College of Paramedical Sciences, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences. He was as a vice president of faculty through 2010 to 2014; and also head of health information technology and management department through 1994 to 2017. He is president of the Iranian Association of Medical Informatics; and member of converging subgroup of Academy of Medical Sciences. Since 1988 he has work experiences in Computer science at Iran University of Medical Sciences; and Azad University of Medical Sciences. Achievements include development of research in all type of Health Informatics and Health Information System Management. He additionally conducts scholarly research activities in the fields of Standards and Assessment of Health Information System; expert Systems; Electronic Health Record (EHR); Health Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery; Health Management and Administration; Mobile Health (M-Health) Software; Electronic Health (E-Health); Data Quality; Clinical Decision Support Systems; and also clinical dashboard. He supervises students' theses and dissertations at master and Ph.D. levels. He has published numerous articles on Health Information Systems and Medical Informatics; and E-health in scholarly journals.

OCM Member
CEO, Nephrology
Hospitalist with Apogee at Mclaren Bay Region , USA
Biography :

2017-current Hospitalist with Apogee at Mclaren Bay Region 2016-current Consultant Nephrologist with Total Kidney care Owner and CEO Offices in Bay city, Mt Pleasant and West Branch 2014-2016 Hospitalist- Mclaren Central Michigan 2013-2014 Consultant Nephrologist at Mclaren Bay Regional Medical Center “Hired by Carlos Marchena LLC” 2007- 2012 Chairman of Medicine; St Martha’s Regional Hospital Antigonish, Canada 2006 - 2012 Attending physician; Internist/Nephrologist at Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority in Canada Antigonish, Canada 2005 - 2006 Attending Nephrologist Islamic Hospital Amman, Jordan *Dialysis Unit Director *Assisted in performing first steroid-free kidney transplant in Jordan *Honored for assisting with residency program Post Graduate Training 2003 - 2005 Nephrology Fellowship State University of New York at Stony Brook-east campus East Meadow, New York *2004 – KUFA grant *2003 Chief Resident/Nephrology Fellow 2002 - 2003 Nephrology Fellowship Emory University Hospital Atlanta, GA 1999 - 2002 Internal Medicine Residency Nassau University Medical Center, State University of New York at Stony Brook- East Campus East Meadow, NY 1998 - 1999 PGY1 in Obstetrics and Gynecology Jordan University Amman, Jordan 1997 - 1998 Rotating Internship Albasheer Hospital Amman, Jordan 1997 - 1997 Rotating Internship Specialty Hospital Amman, Jordan Education 1991 - 1997 Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery Diploma University of Jordan Amman, Jordan 1988 - 1991 General Secondary Education Certificate Terra Sancta College Amman, Jordan Licensure 2012-current Michigan State Medical License 2006-2012 Nova Scotia Medical license (Internal Medicine and Nephrology) 2005 Jordan Medical License to practice Nephrology 2004-2006 New York State Medical License (limited) 2002-2007 Georgia State Medical License Certificates 2005 American Board of Internal Medicine - Nephrology 2002 American Board of Internal Medicine 2001 USMLE III 1998 ECFMG 1998 USMLE II 1997 USMLE I Scientific Committees 2017 Member of Physician Collaboration Committee at Mclaren Bay Region 2017 Member of MEC at Bay Special Care Hospital 2017 Member of the PICC line committee at McLaren Central Michigan and Mclaren Bay region 2017 Member of Quality Improvement Committee at Mclaren Bay Region. 2014-2016 member pharmacy and therapeutic committee at Mclaren Central Michiagn 2013 Reviewer for American Board of Internal Medicine, Medical Knowledge Self Assessment Program-Section of Nephrology (MKSAP) 2013 Reviewer Nephrology Self Assessment Program- American Society of Nephrology 2009-2012 Chairman of Scientific Committee for Medical Update Day in Antigonish, NS 2008- 2012 Head of Section of Internal Medicine; Doctors of Nova Scotia 2007- 2012 Member of the Medical Advisory Committee at ST Martha Regional Hospital Professional and Scientific Societies 2014-present member national Kidney foundation 2012-current Fellow of the American Society of Nephrology 2008-2016 International society of Nephrology 2008-2014 Canadian Society of Nephrology 2007- 2013 Internal Medicine section-Doctors of Nova Scotia 2006- 2013 Doctors of Nova Scotia 2003 - 2004 American Registry of Outstanding Professionals 2003 - Present Kidney Urology Foundation of America 2002 - Present Renal Physician Association 2002 - Present American Society of Nephrology 1999 - Present American College Physicians 1999 – Present American Society of Internal Medicine Publications 1. Martha Iwamoto et al. Transmission of West Nile Virus from an Organ Donor to Four Transplant Recipients. Nejm 348;22 May 29, 2003 2. Muwaffaq Salameh, Carlos DiazGranados, Antonio Guasch. Clinical features of West Nile Virus infection in solid organ transplant recipients. AJKD April 2003 3. Hamad, M. Salameh, H. Khamash, H. Mahmoud, A. Karcic, L. Ward. Effect of hypertension on atherosclerosis in patients with extreme high-density lipoprotein elevation (Abstract). J Am Soc Nephrol. 2000:11, 349A. 4. A Hamad, M Salameh, M Zihlif, DA Feinfeld, C Carvounis: Life-threatening hyperkalemia after intravenous labetolol injection for hypertensive emergency in a hemodialysis patient. Am J Nephrol. 2001 May-Jun; 21(3):241-4. 5. M. Najjar, A. Hamad, A. Agarwal, M. Salameh, D. Feinfeld. The risk of radiocontrast nephropathy in patients with cirrhosis.?Ren Fail. 2002 Jan; 24(1):11-8. 6. Hamad A, Salameh M, Zihlif M: QT prolongation secondary to hypocalcemia after correction for elevated serum albumin. JGIM 2001 16 (1): 42 7. Zihlif M, Hamad A, Salameh M: Right sided failure as a presentation of pulmonary embolism. JGIM 2001 16 (1): 47 8. A Hamad, M Salameh, H Mahmoud, M Zaghmout, J Sing, LA Ward. Characteristics of patients with extreme HDL elevation (abstract). JGIM 2001 16 (1): 42 9. A Hamad, M Salameh, H Mahmoud, M Zaghmout, J Sing, LA Ward. Relation of high levels of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol to coronary artery disease and systemic hypertension. Am J Cardiol. 2001 Oct 15; 88(8):899-901, A8. Presentations 1. M Salameh, Q Niaz, S Feffer, L Carmosino, D Feinfeld. N-acetylcysteine does not provide protection against cisplatin nephrotoxicity. Presented as a poster in ASN 2004, St Louis, MO. 2. Muwaffaq Salameh, Carlos DiazGranados, Antonio Guasch .Clinical features of West Nile Virus infection in solid organ transplant recipients. Poster presentation in NKF 2003, Dallas, TX. 3. A Hamad, J Sing, H Mahmoud, M Zaghmout, M Salameh, C Carvounis, L Ward: Associated factors that contribute to renal failure and other vascular endpoints in patients with hypertension (abstract). J Am Soc Nephrol. 12:2001;483A 4. M Salameh, A Hamad, H Mahmoud, M Zaghmout, J Sing, LA Ward. Characteristics of patients with extreme HDL elevation. New York Chapter ACP-ASIM, Downstate Associate Poster Competition Finalists. April, 2001 5. Hamad, M. Salameh, H. Mahmoud, J. Sing, M. Zaghmout, L. Ward. HDL Protection from atherosclerosis in the presence of hypertension. Oral presentation at the 2001 Southern Regional Meeting in New Orleans 6. A Hamad (associate), M Salameh, J Lin, L Balsam. Combined Plasmapheresis and Immunosuppresion: A Novel Treatment for Crescentic Glomerulonephropathy Associated with Primary Amyloidosis. New York Chapter ACP-ASIM, Downstate Associate Poster Competition Finalists. April, 2001 7. Hamad, M. Salameh, H. Mahmoud, J. Sing, M. Zaghmout, L. Ward. HDL Protection from atherosclerosis in the presence of hypertension. ACP-ASIM national meeting in Atlanta 2001 8. M. Najjar, A. Hamad, A. Agarwal, M. Salameh, D. Feinfeld. Risk of radiocontrast-induced nephropathy in patients with cirrhosis. Abstract presented in the American Society of Nephrology meeting in Toronto, 2000 and published in the J Am Soc Nephrol. 2000:11, 132A.

Research Interest :

Nephrology

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