Invited Speakers

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Michael Nerlich
Michael Nerlich, MD, PhD (Germany)

Professor of Surgery; President, International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH); Medical Director of the Department of Trauma Surgery, University Regensburg Academic Medical Center; Vice-Dean of the Medical School, Regensburg University .

Keynote Lecture:

“The Future of eHealth and International Initiatives”

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Yunkap Kwankam
S. Yunkap Kwankam, PhD (Switzerland)

Professor of Engineering; CEO, Global eHealth Consultants; Executive Director, International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH); WHO Coordinator of eHealth (2004-2008).

Keynote Lecture:

“The heart of the matter in ICT for Health: Development of national eHealth policies and strategies”

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Maurice Mars
Maurice Mars, MD (South Africa)

Professor of TeleHealth, Head of the Department of TeleHealth, Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine at the University of KwaZulu-Natal; Founding President, South African Telemedicine Association; Chair, Education Working Group, International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth .


Keynote Lectures:

  1. “Building the Capacity to Build Capacity in eHealth: a Developing World Priority”.
  2. “eHealth Economics: Why Do We Know So Little?”

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Frank Lievens
Frank Lievens (Belgium)

Secretary and Treasurer, International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH); International Coordinator, Med-e-Tel (Annual ISfTeH-coordinated International Forum on Telemedicine, eHealth and Health ICT); Managing Director, LIEVENS-LANCKMAN BVBA; Managing Director, AKROMED FRANCE.

Keynote Lecture:

“Global Telemedicine and eHealth”

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Ronald Merrel
Ronald Merrell, MD, FACS (USA)

Professor of Surgery, Virginia Commonwealth University; Board Member, American Telemedicine Association; Editor-in-Chief, “Telemedicine & E-Health” (Official Journal of the American Telemedicine Association and the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth); Editorial Board Member, International Journal of BioSciences and Technology.

Keynote Lectures:

1.“Telemedicine and e-Health as the Foundation of a New Model for Health Care Delivery”

2.“Physician as Information Manager”

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Jon Linkous (USA)

Chief Executive Officer of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA)

Keynote lecture:

“Integrating Telemedicine in a Practice of Care.”

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Rashid Bashshur
Rashid Bashshur, PhD (USA)

Professor Emeritus, Department of Health Management and Policy, University of Michigan School of Public Health; Director, UMH Telemedicine Core; President Emeritus, American Telemedicine Association.

Keynote Lecture:

“History of Telemedicine”

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Richard Scott
Richard Scott, PhD (Canada)

Director, NT Consulting; Director, Office of Global e-Health Strategy, and Associate Professor, Global e-Health Research and Training Program, and Environmental e-Health Research and Training Program, Health Innovation and Information Technology Centre (HiiTeC), and Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary.

Keynote Lectures:

1. “Application of e-Health throughout the Disaster Management Cycle”

2. “Remote Patient Monitoring (Home Telehealth) and Allied Techniques”

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Klaus Kayzer  

Klaus Kayser, MD, PhD (Germany)

Professor of Pathology; Director, the UICC-TPCC Humboldt University (Charite) Institute of Pathology; Editor-in-Chief, “Diagnostic Pathology”.

Keynote lectures:

“Virtual Slides and the Future of Telemedicine/Telepathology.

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Patrice Cristofini
Patrice Cristofini, MD (France)

Strategic Partnership Vice-President ORANGE HEALTHCARE (France TELECOM)

Keynote Lectures:

  1. “E-health global strategy for Orange Healthcare”;
  2. “Mobile health from dreams to reality”

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Stiven Normandin
Steven R. Normandin (USA)

President, AMD Global Telemedicine, Inc; Board Member, International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH).

Keynote lecture:

Helping Doctors Extend Their Reach:  Ensuring Quality in Healthcare through Advances in Telemedicine.

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Peter Killcommons
Peter Killcommons, MD (USA)

Physician, Inventor, Philanthropist, CEO of Medweb

Keynote lecture:

“Building Collaborative Telemedicine Networks in Afghanistan – Cell Phones, Internet Consults and Online Medical Training”

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Adjemov Artem Sergeevich
Artem Sergeevich Adjemov  (Russia)

Doctor of Sciences, Professor,  Rector of the Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics of the Communications Agency of the Russian Federation

Keynote lecture:

“The Screening System for Telemetric Monitoring of Adaptive Reserves of an Employee’s Organism in the Real Time”

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Mikhail Yakovlevich Natenzon (Russia)

Chairman of Board of the “National Telemedicine Agency” Research-and-Production Union, Russian Federation

Keynote lectures:

“Experience with Complex Telemedicine Systems in Russia and Worldwide: Legislative, Technical, Logistics and Financial Aspects.”

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Michael Z. Narimanyan (Armenia)

Doctor of Med. Sc., Professor, Vice-Rector of the Yerevan State Medical University

Keynote lecture:

“The Role of Distant Teaching in Continuing Medical Education”

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Igor Mkrtumyan (Armenia)

Chairman of the Internet Society of Armenia and ISOC-Armenia Chapter, Administrative Contact of the AM TLD, Representative of AM NREN in CEENet, Deputy Chairman of the Management Committee at CEENet, IT Manager at Armenian Virtual College

Keynote lecture:

“Internet in Medicine.”

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Patrice Cristofini

PATRICE CRISTOFINI, Strategic Partnership Vice-President ORANGE HEALTHCARE (France TELECOM)

Patrice Cristofini is Medical Doctor, former Intern of Paris Hospital Group (Public health D.E.S. option Occupational Health). Graduate of the Paris Faculty of Medicine (silver medal). Specialist in Public Health and Sports Medicine. In charge of coordination and management of occupational health and public health projects for Atos Origin, he also advises on and develops the company’s market position in healthcare business for ICT (e-Health). He gives support, training and pre-sales action for major account managers at top levels (ministries, general managers of hospitals or insurance companies…).

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Ronald Merrell

Ronald Merrell, MD, FACS (USA)

Professor of Surgery, Virginia Commonwealth University; Board Member, American Telemedicine Association; Editor-in-Chief, “Telemedicine & E-Health (Official Journal of the American Telemedicine Association and the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth); Editorial Board Member, International Journal of BioSciences and Technology.

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Michael Nerlich

Michael Nerlich, MD, PhD (Germany)

Professor of Surgery; President, International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH); Medical Director of the Department of Trauma Surgery,

University Regensburg Academic Medical Center; Vice-Dean of the Medical School, Regensburg University.

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Yunkap Kwankam

S. Yunkap Kwankam, PhD (Switzerland)

Professor of Engineering; CEO, Global eHealth Consultants; Executive Director, International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH); WHO Coordinator of eHealth (2004-2008).

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Maurice Mars

Maurice Mars, MD (South Africa)

Professor of TeleHealth, Head of the Department of TeleHealth, Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine at the University of KwaZulu-Natal; Founding President, South African Telemedicine Association; Chair, Education Working Group, International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth .

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Frank Lievens

Frank Lievens (Belgium)

Secretary and Treasurer, International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH); International Coordinator, Med-e-Tel (Annual ISfTeH-coordinated International Forum on Telemedicine, eHealth and Health ICT); Managing Director, LIEVENS-LANCKMAN BVBA; Managing Director, AKROMED FRANCE.

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Rashid Bashshur

Rashid Bashshur, PhD (USA)

Professor Emeritus, Department of Health Management and Policy, University of Michigan School of Public Health; Director, UMH Telemedicine Core; President Emeritus, American Telemedicine Association.

Rashid Bashshur is Director of Telemedicine at the University of Michigan Health System and Emeritus Professor of Health Management and Policy at the University of Michigan, School of Public Health. Since the early 1970’s, he has been a catalyst for the development and evaluation of telemedicine systems in the U.S. While at the National Academy of Sciences (Institute of Medicine), he was consultant to the Office of Economic Opportunity on the use of telecommunications to support rural health programs. He served as a member of the study section on health care applications at the RANN Program (Research Applied to National Need) of the National Science Foundation. The NSF awarded him a grant to evaluate a telemedicine program in rural Maine and to access the status of telemedicine nationwide. He organized the first two national conferences on telemedicine, whose proceedings were published as Telemedicine: Exploration in the Use of Telecommunications in Health Care.

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Richard Scott

Richard Scott, PhD (Canada)

Director, NT Consulting; Director, Office of Global e-Health Strategy, and Associate Professor, Global e-Health Research and Training Program, and Environmental e-Health Research and Training Program, Health Innovation and Information Technology Centre (HiiTeC), and Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary.

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Klaus Kayzer

Klaus Kayzer

Klaus Kayser, MD, PhD (Germany)

Professor of Pathology; Director, the UICC-TPCC Humboldt University (Charite) Institute of Pathology; Editor-in-Chief, “Diagnostic Pathology”.



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Steven R. Normandin

 

Steven R. Normandin (USA)

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Pete Killcommons

Peter Killcommons

Peter Killcommons, MD

Physician, Inventor, Philanthropist 

Dr Killcommons , CEO of Medweb a telemedicine and teleradiology in California has traveled extensively around the world promoting telemedicine as a mechanism to extend expert medical care to rural and underserved areas around the world. Dr Killcommons , graduate of the Sophie Davis accelerated BS-MD program at the City College of New York , and New York Medical college,  founded Medweb in 1989.  He holds several major patents in the field of medical imaging and informatics, and donates a considerable amount of time, energy , and resources to the promotion of enterprise telemedicine as a mechanism to bring together colleagues from many countries, as well as extending expert medical care across the globe.  Dr Killcommons has donated his time to many projects around the world, most recently in Pakistan and Afghanistan.  He is focused on introducing the value of enterprise telemedicine systems and their role in expanding medical care to rural villages around the world.  His expertise includes medical informatics,  software and hardware design,  voip telephony, low bandwidth videoconferencing, cloud storage, satellite communications, and most recently the use of SMS messaging and smart phones for medical consultation and triage.

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Adjemov Artem Sergeevich

Adjemov Artem Sergeevich, born February 2, 1951 in Moscow, the Doctor of Sciences, the Rector of the Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics of the Communications Agency of the Russian Federation graduated from the Moscow Telecommunications Institute in 1973. He was awarded with the medal “In Commemoration of the 850-th Anniversary of Moscow” in 1997, the RF Government Prize in the Field of education for 2000 – 2001, the honorary title “Esteemed Employee of RF Communications” in 2004.

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Igor Mkrtumyan

Chairman of the Internet Society of Armenia and ISOC-Armenia Chapter, Administrative Contact of the AM TLD, Representative of AM NREN in CEENet, Deputy Chairman of the Management Committee at CEENet, IT Manager at Armenian Virtual College

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Michael Narimanyan

Professor, Vice-rector of the Yerevan State Medical University (Armenia)

 

Prof. Narimanyan graduated from the YSMU in 1975 and held his PhD degree in allergology in 1979 (Moscow, Russia). From 1980 to 1988 he worked at the YSMU as a Senior Researcher, and from 1989 to 1997 served as an associate professor at the Department of Internal Diseases. Prof. Narimanyan has been the Chairman of the Department of Family Medicine of YSMU since 1997 and Vice-Rector of YSMU since 2004.

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Mikhail Yakovlevich Natenzon

Chairman of Board of the «National Telemedicine Agency» Research-and-Production Union, Russian Federation

 

Mikhail Ya. Natenzon was born on October, 30th, 1949 in Moscow. In 1972 graduated from the Applied mathematics faculty of the Moscow Electronic and Mechanical Engineering Institute, Degree of Doctor,

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Jon Linkous

CEO of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA)

Jon Linkous is the Chief Executive Officer of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA), the largest membership-based organization in the world focusing exclusively on providing health and medical care through telecommunications technology. ATA’s annual meeting and trade show are among the fastest growing in the country. The Association advocates for changes in public laws that promote the deployment of telemedicine throughout the world. As the chief staff executive of ATA, Mr. Linkous has spoken and written extensively in the U.S. and in other countries on policy issues, emerging applications and market trends affecting telemedicine. Mr. Linkous has over 20 years experience in the nation’s capital working in corporate and public sectors. He served as a senior consultant with Issue Dynamics Inc. (IDI), a Washington DC consulting firm specializing in telecommunications and technology policy. While at IDI, Mr. Linkous assisted in the early formation of ATA. For five years he was a leader in the aging services community as the Executive Director of the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging. His principle interest in this position was in using telecommunications and adaptive technology to assist older Americans and their caregivers. Mr. Linkous was also involved for many years in regional planning and economic development, serving as the Deputy Executive Director of the National Association of Regional Councils and at the Appalachian Regional Commission as Director of District Programs. In his early career, he was also active in broadcast and cable television in Ohio. Mr. Linkous holds a Masters of Public Administration from the School of Government and Public Affairs at the American University in Washington, D.C. and a B.S. degree in Business Administration from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio with additional postgraduate work at the LBJ School of Public Affairs in Austin, Texas.

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