Shao Wei Liao
Professor, Graduate Institute of Environmental Management, Department of Tourism Management
Tajen University, Taiwan
Dr. Shao-Wei Liao is a Professor at Graduate Institute of Environmental Management and Department of Tourism Management in Tajen University, Taiwan. He got his Ph.D in Bioenvironmental Systems Engineering,and M.S in Agricultural Engineering at National Taiwan University, Taiwan. He is a Member of International Water Association, Committe Member of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering, and Research Member of Eco-engineering Center, National Taiwan University.
My research areas and fields of interests are in:
Wetlands Survey and Management
Multivariate Analysis in Environmental and Ecological Systems
Soil Heavy Metal Pollution Assessment
Spatial Statistics and Modeling in Environmental and Ecological Systems
Artificial Wetland Planning and Modeling
Environmental Multivariate Analysis
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment
Haiyan Tong, MD, Ph.D
Clinical Research Branch, Environmental Public Health Division, US Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park
North Carolina, USA
Dr. Haiyan Tong is a Research Biologist (Principal Investigator) with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA), National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory, Environmental Public Health Division in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. She received her M.D. from China Medical University and her Ph.D. of Human Physiology from the University of Florida in 1998. She finished her post-doctoral training at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, National Institutes of Health. She was on faculty at Duke University and University of North Carolina at Chaple Hill, in North Carolina. She has won several national and international awards for research on environmental stress and air pollution impacts on human health. She has published over twenty high impact peer-reviewed journal papers and gave numerous invited presentations in international conferences.
Dr. Haiyan Tong’s research interest includes the cardiopulmonary effects of air pollution exposure in both humans and animals, and the mechanism of cardiovascular toxicity of nanoparticles and ambient air pollution particles exposure in animals. Currently, she is leading several collaborative studies to examine the cardiovascular effects of multi-pollution exposure in animals using cardiac ischemia/reperfusion model. She also examines the protective effects of dietary supplements on the adverse cardiovascular effects of air pollution exposure in human volunteers.
Idress Hamad Attitalla
Associate Professor, Faculty of Science, Botany Department
Omar Al-Mukhtar University, Al- Bayda, Libya
Dr. Idress Hamad Attitalla is currently working as Associate Professor in Botany Department, Omar Al-Mukhtar University, Al- Bayda (Libya). He completed his master's degree at Omar Al MukhtarUniversitey, in 1992, and Ph-Lic. (Licentiate of Philosophy) in Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Faculty of Landscape Planning, Horticulture and Agricultural Sciences,Uppsala University, in 1998 and Ph.d in Faculty of Science and Technology Evolutionary Biology Centre, Department of Molecular Evolution, Uppsala University, in 2004. In his research work he pioneered the alternative methods for control of Fusarium wilt in tomato under greenhouse conditions. He has successfully completed his Administrative responsibilities and has authored of many research articles. He has referred 69 reputed publications.