Director, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Bnai Zion Medical Center
Dr. Gorenberg is the Director of the Nuclear Medicine Department at the Bnai Zion Medical Center, Haifa and is also a Senior Clinical Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine of the Technion- Israel Institute of Technology, he has published over seventy, research grants, patents and abstracts.
Resident Doctor, Surgical Oncology Unit and Minimally Invasive Surgery Unit
University of Siena, Italy
He obtained his medical graduation in 2010 at the Catholic University of Rome, Italy. In 2009 he had attended the Digestive Surgery Unit of the St. Philibert Hospital, Catholic University of Lille, France. He is currently Resident Doctor at the Surgical Oncology Unit and Minimally Invasive Surgery Unit, University of Siena, Italy. His fields of interests are: Digestive surgery (in particular: upper GI surgery and colorectal surgery), minimally invasive surgery (with a special relevance of robotic surgery) and surgical oncology.
His areas of interests include general surgery, surgical oncology, laparoscopic and robotic surgery, coloproctology and digestive endoscopy.
Department of Oncology Clinical Development
Gunma University, Japan
Dr. Kyochi kaira is working in the Department of Medicine and Molecular Science at Gunma University Graduate School of Medicine. He studied from Wakayama Medical College. Had done his specialization in Respiratory Medicine Medical Oncology. He is interested in Clinical trial of chemotherapy, PET imaging and Pathology in thoracic oncology.
Clinical trial of chemotherapy, PET imaging and Pathology in thoracic oncology. The focus of our research is to investigate the prognostic and predictive markers of patients with thoracic neoplasms by molecular imaging. We are currently working on the translational research about the biological correlation between the imaging of amino acid PET tracer and the expression of amino acid transporter.