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Dr. Gjumrakch Aliev

Professor of Cardiovascular & Neuropathology
University of Atlanta
7733 Louis Pasteur Dr., Suite #328 San Antonio, Texas 78229 USA

Brief Biography:

Gjumrakch Aliev, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Cardiovascular, Neuropathology, Gerontology, Health Science and Healthcare Administration. Associate Director of Doctor of Science Program in Health Science and Healthcare Administration at the University of Atlanta, GA, USA.  Dr. Aliev is also a member of the International Advisory Council/Board, University of Atlanta Monograph Series, Atlanta University, Georgia, USA.  In addition, Professor Aliev also serves as Editor-in-Chief for the following international journals:  The Cell Development & Biology Open Journal, World Journal of Neuroscience, and Open Journal of Psychiatry.
He received his M.D. degree in the fields of the General Medicine and Health Sciences from the Azerbaijan Medical University (Baku, Azerbaijan -USSR), in 1982 with Summa Cum Laude.  In 1989, he received his PhD (Summa Cum Laude) in the field of Cardiovascular Biology and Pathology, from the Ivanovo Medical Institute, Department of Electron Microscopy and Cell Pathology of the Institute of Human Morphology, Moscow State University, and Russian Cardiology Research Center, Moscow, Russia.  He received postdoctoral training under the prestigious British Hearth Foundation Grant Program in the University College London (advisor Professor Geoffrey Burnstock, FRS) in the specialty neurosciences cardiology and medicine. Professor Aliev have developed research and educational programs in neuroscience, neurodegeneration, mitochondrial, cardiovascular, cerebrovascular, pathology, anatomy, histology, cancer, electron microscopy and other areas.  Additionally, he has extensive experience managing dynamic academic research and teaching environments. He  authored more than 180 peer-reviewed published journal articles and book chapters and more than 170 scientific abstracts of conference presentations in the fields of neurodegenerative diseases research (Alzheimer disease), as well as cardio- and cerebrovascular disease, cancer, and electron microscopy.  He also has several patents and rationalizations.


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