Kuwait Poison Center, Emergency Department, Amiri Hospital, Ministry of Health, Kuwait
Aloumi AbdullatifKuwait Poison Center, Emergency Department, Amiri Hospital, Ministry of Health, Kuwait
Dr Aloumi is the lead of Toxicology services in Kuwait and Faculty of Kuwait Board of Emergency Medicine.
He graduated from Aberdeen University (UK) medical school and he was the first graduate from the Kuwait Board of Emergency Medicine, later he completed his Toxicology Fellowship at Sidra Medicine
At present, he works in Amiri Hospital as an Emergency Department attending. Dr Aloumi’s current project is establishing a national poison center in Kuwait.
GIS centre for health, Division of Data, Analytics and Delivery for Impact, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
Anna PintorGIS centre for health, Division of Data, Analytics and Delivery for Impact, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
Dr Anna Pintor completed her Bachelor of Honours on venomous snake physiology and a PhD on how reptile physiology affects their biogeography. After a postdoc on conservation of Australian fauna & flora, she returned to the field of venomous snake biology when joining the WHO GIS team on the snakebite project in late 2020. Anna has been passionate about snake conservation and snake-human conflict mitigation since she was a child and increasingly started integrating GIS into her research throughout her career, starting with the effects of physiology on species' distributions limits during he PhD, followed by big-data analyses of species’ habitat suitability during her post-doc, and finally leading to the combination of GIS with her passion for snakes during her work with WHO.
Mohammad Anzal Rehman
Specialist Emergency Medicine
Professor (Internal Medicine) Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India.
Ashish BhallaProfessor (Internal Medicine) Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India.
MD, FRCP (Edinburgh), FRCP (Glasgow) Fellow American College of Medical Toxicology (FACMT), FACEE, FICCM, FICP, FIMSA
Past President, APAMT (Asia Pacific Association of Medical Toxicology)
Commonwealth fellow (Clinical Toxicology 2015-2016)
Professor (Internal Medicine)
Department of Internal Medicine, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh. India. 160012 91 7087009536, 9417023973
Medical Toxicologist, Assoc.Prof of Emergency Medicine, Board Member of MENATOX
Aynur SahinMedical Toxicologist, Assoc.Prof of Emergency Medicine, Board Member of MENATOX
MD Degree: Karadeniz Technical University, School of Medicine, TURKEY (2001 - 2007)
Residency: Karadeniz Technical University, School of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine,
TURKEY (2007 - 2012)
Ph.D. Degree: Dokuz Eylul University, Graduate School of Health Sciences, Department of Pharmacology,
Doctoral Program in Toxicology, TURKEY (2013 - 2018)
Fellowship: Emory University, School of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine, Postdoctoral Medical Toxicology Fellowship Program, USA (2018 - 2019)
Professor of Critical Care Medicine at Paris University and Directs a Research Team at INSERM UMRS-114
Bruno MégarbaneProfessor of Critical Care Medicine at Paris University and Directs a Research Team at INSERM UMRS-114
Bruno Mégarbane is Professor of critical care medicine at Paris University and directs a research team at INSERM UMRS-1144. He is the Head of the Department of Medical and Toxicological Critical Care at Lariboisière Hospital, Paris,France. He conducted several clinical and experimental studies in clinical toxicology and more recently in the field of COVID. He has published or participated to about 550 scientific publications referenced in PubMed.
Division of Medical Toxicology, Department of Emergency Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA, USA
Charlotte GoldfineDivision of Medical Toxicology, Department of Emergency Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA, USA
Charlotte Goldfine, MD is an emergency medicine physician and medical toxicologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She is the course director for the Harvard-Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency toxicology core rotation. Her research is focused on advances in mobile health and digital health technologies in the treatment of substance use disorders, medication safety, and medical education.
Technical Officer (Antivenoms)
David WilliamTechnical Officer (Antivenoms)
Vaccines & Immunization Devices Assessment Team (VAX)
Prequalification Unit (PQT), Regulation and Prequalification Department (RPQ)
Access to Medicines and Health Products Division (MHP)
World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
Faculty at Preventive Medicine Department
Jariya PhuditshinnapatraFaculty at Preventive Medicine Department
Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University, 2014, Degree: M.D.
Certificate in “Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support” (Provider course) by National Association of Emergency Medical Technician (NAEMT), 2018
Certificate in “Pediatric Advanced Life Support” (Provider course) by The Thai Heart Association under Royal patronage, 2017
Certificate in “Basic Life Support” (Provider&Instructor course) by The Thai Resuscitation Council, Thai Heart Association under Royal patronage, 2017
Certificate in “Advanced Trauma Life Support” (Provider course) by The Royal College of Surgeons of Thailand and The American College of Surgeons 2015
Certificate in “Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support” (Provider course) by The American Heart Association, 2014
Diploma in Emergency Medicine, Thailand 2018
Diploma of the Thai Subspecialty Board of Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology 2020
Certificatein “Advanced Trauma Life Support” (Refreshing course) by The Royal College of Surgeons of Thailand and The American College of Surgeons 2020
Certificate in “Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support” (Instructor course) by American Heart Association, 2021
Certificate in “Advanced Pediatric Life Support” (Provider course) by American Heart Association, 2022
Florida Poison Information Center Tampa (USA)
Arnold JustinFlorida Poison Information Center Tampa (USA)
Dr. Arnold graduated Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2009 after which he completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at the Lehigh Valley Health Network program in 2013. He then completed a Medical Toxicology fellowship at Emory University and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 2015.
He served as core faculty at the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Emergency Medicine residency as well the Associate Medical Director then as Medical Director at the Regional Poison Control Center at Children’s of Alabama from 2015-2019.
Dr. Arnold currently is the Medical Director at the Florida Poison Information Center Tampa and serves as core faculty within the University of South Florida’s Emergency Medicine Residency at Tampa General Hospital. Dr. Arnold is currently board certified in Medical Toxicology, Addiction Medicine, and Emergency Medicine. His professional activities focus on poison center operations and public health, medical toxicology teaching in graduate medical education, prescription and novel drugs of abuse, and international toxicology. Dr. Arnold also serves on the editorial board for TOXINZ, reviews abstracts for AACT and ACMT as well as journal articles for WESTJEM and is currently active in several toxicology-based research studies.
Knut Erik Hovda
Clinical Consultant for the National Poison Control Center
Knut Erik HovdaClinical Consultant for the National Poison Control Center
Knut Erik Hovda, MD; PhD works as a clinical consultant at the Norwegian CBRNE Center of Medicine, Department of Acute Medicine, Oslo University Hospital in Norway. He is a clinical consultant for the National Poison Control Center and has worked with Médecins sans Frontieres (MSF/Doctors without Borders) since 2012 to develop the Methanol Poisoning initiative (MPi – see https://methanolpoisoning.msf.org), and has had several field missions with MSF in this regard.
KEH is a specialist in internal medicine and in emergency medicine, his PhD is in clinical toxicology. His primary research interest is toxic alcohols, metabolic acidosis, epidemiology of poisonings, recreational drugs, and toxicology in the developing world. He is involved in various innovation projects including the medical isolator EpiShuttle ( https://epiguard.com ) as a co-inventor, and as inventor and CEO of Orphan Diagnostics ( https://orphandiagnostics.com ) developing a methanol diagnostic tool.
Lara S M Abumuaileq
Emergency Medicine Consultant
Lara S M AbumuaileqEmergency Medicine Consultant
Postgraduate Diploma in Medical Toxicology, Cardiff University, Cardiff 2017 — September 2019.
Emergency Medicine Residency Program, Dubai Health Authority, Dubai 2010 — 2015
MBBCH, Dubai Medical College for Girls, Dubai 2004 — 2010
Manager, Qatar Poison Center; and Sidra Medicine, Doha, Qatar
Leena AmineManager, Qatar Poison Center; and Sidra Medicine, Doha, Qatar
Dr. Leena Amine is currently the manager of the Qatar Poison Center in Doha Qatar. She is also a specialist in poison information and a clinical pharmacist in emergency medicine. She holds dual board certification as a pharmacotherapy specialist and a critical care pharmacist. Prior to joining Sidra Medicine, she was an emergency medicine clinical pharmacist at the University of Wisconsin Hospital in Madison Wisconsin. She completed her residency training at the University of Illinois at Chicago and obtained her Doctorate of Pharmacy from Mercer University in Atlanta Georgia, where she also completed poison center and toxicology training at the Georgia Poison Center.
Maher Hassan Nahari
Founder & Member of Middle East & North Africa Association (MENA-TOX)
Maher Hassan NahariFounder & Member of Middle East & North Africa Association (MENA-TOX)
Section Head Pediatric Emergency- King Abdulaziz Medical City Jeddah
Acting Chairman Emergency Department- KAMC JEDDAH June-2017
Assistant Professor of Pediatric Emergency Medicine-King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Science
Consultant Paediatric Emergency Medicine & Toxicology- KAMC Jeddah
Director of Emergency Chapter Makkah-Saudi Society of Emergency Medicine 2014-2017
Member of Toxicology National Program -Ministry of Health of Saudi Arabia
Founder & Member of Middle East & North Africa Association (MENA-TOX)
Professor of Clinical Toxicology, University of Edinburgh
Micheal EddlestonProfessor of Clinical Toxicology, University of Edinburgh
Prof Michael Eddleston is a clinical toxicologist who’s work’s major aim is to reduce deaths from pesticide and plant self-poisoning in rural Asia, a cause of over 200,000 premature deaths each year and a key global means of suicide. To do this, he performs clinical trials in South Asian district hospitals to better understand the pharmacology and effectiveness of antidotes and community-based controlled trials to identify effective public health interventions. This work is complemented by translational studies of antidotes in minipig models of poisoning in a large animal critical care laboratory that he established in Edinburgh, work with sociologists and anthropologists to better understand the meaning
of self-harm, and work with the WHO and FAO to aid implementation. To support this work, he has set up the University’s Centre for Pesticide Suicide Prevention (CPSP) and a new NIHR RIGHT Centre for Acute LMIC Poisoning. This latter centre will build on my work assessing the clinical pharmacology of antidotes for various poisons, including alcohol, cyanide, opioids and flumazenil.
Editor-in-Chief, Toxicology Communications
Michael MullinsEditor-in-Chief, Toxicology Communications
Michael Mullins MD FACEP FAACT
Division of Medical Toxicology
Department of Emergency Medicine
Washington University School of Medicine
Editor-in-Chief, Toxicology Communications
Mohamed Ali Karkoukli
Regional Director for Readiness, Business Continuity, and Lead on CBRNE Preparedness in Al Dhafra Hospitals ‘ADH’ under SEHA,
Mohamed Ali KarkoukliRegional Director for Readiness, Business Continuity, and Lead on CBRNE Preparedness in Al Dhafra Hospitals ‘ADH’ under SEHA,
Knowledge, credentials, and certifications:
Hold MBBS 1989 (Damascus Univ.), Board Certified in Public Health 2019, American Board Certified in Healthcare Quality ‘CMQ’ 2018-2023, Master Public Health ‘MPH’ 1992 (WHO), Major on Epidemiology. Master International Business ‘MIB’ 2009 (Australia). Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality CPHQ since 2006 to date, Certified ISO certified Internal lead Auditor, EFQM Certified assessor/registered charter assessor, Brussel-Belgium. Certified Advance Disaster Medical Response ‘ADMR’. ISO certified assessor since 2009. Certified Trainer at United Nation Sphere Project (basic Human Needs and Humanitarian Affairs/registered UN Charter since 2010. Certified senior instructor for Emergo Train concept (mass
casualty management) since 2011, Sweden. Certified Accreditation Specialist, Accreditation Canada, 2011. Associate degree in Project management (George Washington Univ.) 2012, Certified CBRN Lead Medical Response and countermeasures since 2013, Canada. , Certificate Lead Auditor BEM/ERM 2015-2016, Canada.
Arab Health Award for Excellence in Emergency Preparedness 2010 & 2011, Minister of Interior Award for
Perfect Partner 2012, Daman 2014 Awards (Three awards achieved: Leader of the year, best initiative of
Corporate Wellness initiative, and organizational health & wellness program).
Clinical educator at Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University
Pattaraporn MekavuthikulClinical educator at Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University
My name is pattaraporn ( pat-ta-ra-porn) or you call me Tarn, Tarn is an emergency medicine physician, graduated from Faculty of medicine Siriraj hospital, bangkok Thailand. after that Tarn did a train in in Medical toxicology at Siriraj hospital. Now I’ve worked in Siriraj poison center, Faculty of medicine Siriraj hospital. My area of interest is occupational related toxicology and toxicity from medication.
2016 : 1st price the 7th emergency medicine tournament
2014 : Internship doctor at Phrae province hospital
2012-2013 : Vice president of National Council Of Thai Medical Student Council
2012 : Assistant of president of First South East Asian Medical Student Leadersip Summit
: Assistant Vice president of Siriraj Medical Student Union external affair
2011 : Professional exchange session moderator in the Hongkong Joint conference
2010-2011 : Asia Pacific Regional Assistant in standing committee of Professional exchange a part of International federation medical student association
2010 : Exchange student to Italy for Research Exchange in the Project Kidney transplantation a part of International federation medical student association
: Local exchange officer of Professional exchange
2009 : Exchange student in 21 days Taiwan Study tour 2009
2008 – 2009 : Chief of accommodation of 7th Asia-Pacific Regional Meeting in Thailand
King Fahad Medical City , Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Rawan EskandraniKing Fahad Medical City , Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Rawan Eskandrani, MD.
• EM and toxicology consultant in King Fahad Medical City
• Master of science (MSc) in Analytical biochemistry, Alfaisal university.
• Program director Saudi board EM 2nd Cluster.
Presentation: Doping and Athletic Enhancers
Salah Ali Hassan Menshawi
Brigadier/ Doctor Consultant of Forensic Toxicology (Head of Toxicology Department-Jeddah) -Comprehensive Specialized Clinics Security Forces- Jeddah.
Salah Ali Hassan MenshawiBrigadier/ Doctor Consultant of Forensic Toxicology (Head of Toxicology Department-Jeddah) -Comprehensive Specialized Clinics Security Forces- Jeddah.
1- King Abdul-Aziz University Hospital Jeddah- Saudi Arabia (2/10/93-6/6/97) Department of Biochemistry.
2- Comprehensive Specialized Clinics Security Forces. Head of Laboratory and Toxicology Departments (1998-2019) – Jeddah.
3- Teaching Principal and Clinical Toxicology Course (Pharm D students) in UM-AL-Qura University.2010.
4- Head of Toxicology and Laboratory Departments. Comprehensive Specialized Clinics Security Forces -Jeddah- Toxicology consultant (since 1/1/2012).
5- Director for Comprehensive Specialized Cynics Security Forces- Jeddah .(2016-2018)
6- Director for Jeddah Prisons Medical Centers (2020).
National Poisons Information Service, Birmingham Unit, UK
Sally BradberryNational Poisons Information Service, Birmingham Unit, UK
Sally Bradberry is Director of the Birmingham Unit of the National Poisons Information Service and of the West Midlands Poisons Unit, both based at City Hospital, Birmingham, UK. She is Alcohol Lead for Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust, West Midlands, UK. She holds honorary chairs in the School of Biosciences at the University of Birmingham, UK and the School of Pharmacy, University of East Anglia, UK. She is a Fellow of the European Association of Poisons Centres and Clinical Toxicologists and of the American Academy of Clinical Toxicologists. She has over thirty years’ experience treating poisoned patients, has published widely in the field of clinical toxicology and given some 30 invited international keynote addresses on subjects ranging from metals to methaemoglobinaemia. Her post graduate doctorate was in the field of chelation therapy for lead poisoning.
Emergency Medicine\Medical Toxicology Consultant,
Shaikhah AlotaibiEmergency Medicine\Medical Toxicology Consultant,
Emergency Medicine\Medical Toxicology Consultant,
Division Head of the Medical Toxicology Unit at King Fahad Hospital of the University/Immam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University AlKhobar Saudia Arabia
Specialist Physician, Emergency Medicine Institute; Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Shaza KarrarSpecialist Physician, Emergency Medicine Institute; Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine | Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University, USA
Dr. Shaza Karrar is a certified Emergency Medicine Physician at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University in Ohio, USA. Originally a graduate of Sharjah University School of Medicine, and Zayed Military Hospital Residency program, with multiple local and regional awards. Dr. Karrar Advocates for Medical Education, serving as a residency program core faculty and has created multiple regional educational platforms, such as NEEMRA (National Emirates Emergency Medicine Residents Assembly); the first virtual emergency Medicine national residents assembly with over 30 speakers and 400
attendees on a yearly basis, as well created the first EM Podcast in the MENA region EMSpaceCast supporting FOAMed and FOAMTox. She's actively involved in promoting Tox services and education in the region.
Suad Al Abri
Senior Consultant Emergency Physician and Medical Toxicologist at Sultan Qaboos University Hospital (SQUH) Emergency Department, Muscat, Oman
Suad Al AbriSenior Consultant Emergency Physician and Medical Toxicologist at Sultan Qaboos University Hospital (SQUH) Emergency Department, Muscat, Oman
Dr. Suad Al Abri, MD, ABEM, Medical Toxicology
Dr. Suad Al Abri, MD, ABEM, Medical Toxicology Senior Consultant Emergency Physician and Medical Toxicologist at Sultan Qaboos University Hospital (SQUH) Emergency Department, Muscat, Oman (2014- Current) .She is the incharge of medical toxicology service at SQUH .She did medical toxicology fellowship for two years at University of California San Francisco, United Stated of America since July 2012-July 2014 - Arab Board in Emergency Medicine – Dec 2010 - Oman Medical Specialty Board (OMSB) Emergency medicine 2010 - Saudi Board In Emergency Medicine - Nov 2010 .She is the medical director of Advanced Hazmat Life support (AHLS), Muscat Oman, Medical simulation center . She is BLS, ACLS and PALS instructor. She have chair and organized multiple national and international conferences and workshops .She is involve in training the medical students and emergency medicine resident and member of the education committee of emergency
medicine residency program in OMSB. She is active in research and publications in toxicology and emergency medicine. She have appointed as the fellowship program project manager at SQUH IN 2022.
Suad ALSulaimani , MD , OMSB , Medical toxicolgy Fellow. Emory university ,USA
Suad AlsulaimaniSuad ALSulaimani , MD , OMSB , Medical toxicolgy Fellow. Emory university ,USA
Dr.Suad Alsulaimani , graduated from Arabian gulf university , Bahrain , joined Oman Medical Specialty board
Worked as Emergency Medicine Specialist since 2014 , practiced as Emergency Medicine specialist in Arm Forces Hospital, Oman
Has special Interest in Medical Education teaching and supervising residents, worked as active OMSB member and Associate Program director for emergency residents in Arm Forces Hospital since 2017
Was a Member of simulation committee of the simulation center under (OMSB)
Was a Member Program Evaluation Committee(PEC) in Oman Medical Specialty board(OMSB)
Participated in different emergency Medicine conferences
Currently Fellow under training in at International Fellowship in Medical Toxicology Emory University Georgia Poison Center
Areas of Interest is Critical care and Medical Toxicology
Associate Professor at Clinical Toxicology Department /Teaching Learning Course on Toxicology and Poisoning/
Teimuraz KobidzeAssociate Professor at Clinical Toxicology Department /Teaching Learning Course on Toxicology and Poisoning/
108 International Publications. Among them authorships of:
Monography “Morphological and Functional Criteria of Heart viability”. Tbilisi; “Mecniereba” 1982. P:1- 250.
Text Books and Complementary Text Books:
“Management of unidentified Poisonings”. Tbilisi 1992. P:1-50.
“Poisoning with unknown toxins”. Tbilisi 1992. P:1-120.
“Modern Antidotes and Antidote Therapy”. Tbilisi 2005. P:1-142.
“Symptomatic Diagnosis of Poisonings”. Tbilisi 2005. P:1-390.
In the text book by V. Afanasiev “Text Book of Toxicology Emergencies” published in Krasnodar, Russian federation, 2012.
Participant and organizer of 62 International Congresses/Conferences
Top qualified physician in Anesthesiology and Resuscitation. Tbilisi 1988.
Top qualifies physician in Toxicology. Tbilisi 1991.
Associate Professorship in the subject “Clinical Toxicology”.
Order of Excellency. Georgia; 2012.
2001-2022 President of Georgian Association of Clinical Toxicology
1997-2017 Full member of European Association of Toxicology Centers and Clinical Toxicologists.
Tharwat El Zahran
Tharwat El Zahran, MD Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Tharwat El ZahranTharwat El Zahran, MD Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Emory University
Director of Operations
Co-director of Toxicology Service
Department of Emergency Medicine
American University of Beirut Medical Center
Dr. Tharwat El Zahran is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the American University of Beirut Medical Center. She is the director of operations and co-director of the toxicology service at the department of emergency medicine. Dr. Zahran completed her medical toxicology fellowship at Emory University and Centers of Disease Control and Pervention, and she holds an adjunct faculty position at Emory University.
Thekra Hasan Mohamed
Director of Zayed Herbal Complex- Center of Research and Innovation- Department of Health - AD
Thekra Hasan MohamedDirector of Zayed Herbal Complex- Center of Research and Innovation- Department of Health - AD
Dr. Thekra Hasan, Director of Zayed Herbal at the Department of Health- Abu Dhabi; the regulatory sector that regulates the healthcare facilities and professionals in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
Prior to joining DOH, Thekra was Pharmacy department manager at SEHA; she has an extensive experience in the pharmacy operation field, initially as a Clinical Pharmacist and then as Pharmacy Supervisor and as a medication safety officer. In addition, Thekra was the chair of SEHA Medication Safety Committee for several years. One of the most prominent achievements during that period was her contribution in implementation and the improvement in the compliance with the medication reconciliation process requirements among all SEHA facilities. This successful project was presented at the 32 nd International Society for Quality in Health Care Conference (ISQua’s ), which was held in Doha 2015.
Postgraduate Diploma in Drug Evaluation and Pharmaceutical Science from The University of Melbourne, Australia. After that, she received her Master degree in Medical Science- Pharmacology and Applied Toxicology-from UAE University in 2010. In addition and in order to enhance her knowledge in clinical research field she received the diploma in Clinical Research, Vienna School of Clinical Research. She has some international publications under her name in topics related to oxidative stress. Thekra was a recipient of the 2011 Abu Dhabi Medical Distinction Award for the "Allied Health" Category. Through working as pharmacy manger, she was the champion of the Medication Management and Use chapter of the JCIA. Where she led the team while setting up pharmacy service policies, training and raising the awareness among all health care.
Dr. Thekra is a frequent speaker and panelist on pharmacy topics linked to medication safety, patient safety, dietary supplements and drug information and poison prevention. Currently, she is working with her team in regulating the antidote stock in the emirate of Abu Dhabi, in addition she is a member of the National Pharmacovigilance Committee.
University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Carol Davila “ ,Bucharest , Romania / Emergency and Toxicology Unit , Emergency Clinical Hospital for Children , “Grigore Alexandrescu”, Bucharest , Romania
Viorela NitescuUniversity of Medicine and Pharmacy “Carol Davila “ ,Bucharest , Romania / Emergency and Toxicology Unit , Emergency Clinical Hospital for Children , “Grigore Alexandrescu”, Bucharest , Romania
Senior doctor in pediatrics and clinical toxicology , assistant professor in pediatrics.
Since 1995 - pediatrician and clinical toxicologist in the Emergency and Clinical Toxicology Department of the Emergency Clinical Hospital for Children “Grigore Alexandrescu” , Bucharest , Romania . I contributed to foundation the Pediatric Poisoning Centre in Emergency Clinical Hospital for Children “Grigore Alexandrescu” and to open 3 other centers of pediatric toxicology in Romania and 1 in Chisinau Moldova .
Since 2020 Assistant professor in pediatrics to University of Medicine and Pharmacy “ Carol Davila , Bucharest.
Member of EAPCCT since 2003 and between 2008-2012 board member and president of committee for European Eastern and Developing Countries. Member of American College of Medical Toxicology , American Academy of Emergency Medicines ,American Academy of Pediatrics , European Academy of Pediatrics and European Association of Allergology and Clinical Immunology.
Author of book Acute Poisoning in Children and Adolescents , published in Romania in 2015 and of other articles and papers in pediatric clinical toxicology.
Epidemiology and Management of Poisoned Children in Romania –Experience and Specificity from Eastern Europe.
Consultant Emergency Medicine and Medical Toxicology, Head of Accident & Emergency Department at Ibri Regional Hospital, Oman
Waleed SalemConsultant Emergency Medicine and Medical Toxicology, Head of Accident & Emergency Department at Ibri Regional Hospital, Oman
Fellowship of Medical Toxicology at Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, USA
Professor and Director, International Medical Toxicology Fellowship Emory University
Ziad KazziProfessor and Director, International Medical Toxicology Fellowship Emory University
Ziad Kazzi, MD, FAAEM, FACEP, FACMT, FAACT
Professor and Director, International Medical Toxicology Fellowship Emory University
Chair of the Organzing Committee, MENATOX 2023
Assistant Medical Director, Georgia Poison Center
Director, Grady Occupational and Environmental Toxicology Outpatient Clinic
Associate Medical Director, Southern Regional Disaster Response System
Adjunct Professor of Emergency Medicine, American University of Beirut
Immediate Past-President, MENATOX
Secretary Treasurer, ACMT
Hassan Al Balushi
Consultant of Emergency Medicine at Suhar Hospital, Oman / Medical Toxicologist, Oman Poison Center, MOH, Oman.
Hassan Al BalushiConsultant of Emergency Medicine at Suhar Hospital, Oman / Medical Toxicologist, Oman Poison Center, MOH, Oman.
Dr. Hassan Al Balushi graduated from the Medical school at Sultan Qaboos University in Muscat, Oman with an MD degree. Completed his Residency training in Emergency Medicine at Oman Medical Specialty Board and holds the Omani Board in Emergency Medicine. Dr. Al Balushi holds a Post Doctoral Fellowship Certificate in Medical Toxicology from Emory University, USA, 2022. He is an active member of the Middle East North Africa Medical Toxicology Association (MENATOX), and
Oman Society of Emergency Medicine (OSEM). Currently works as an Attending Emergency physician and medical toxicologist at the Ministry Of health, Oman.
Emergency Medicine specialist
Sandra MradEmergency Medicine specialist
Dr. Sandra was born in Beirut, Lebanon. She obtained her medical degree at the Lebanese University, School of Medicine in Beirut, Lebanon. She finished her residency training in Emergency Medicine at the American University of Beirut,
Lebanon where she also completed her fellowship training in Emergency Medical education. Dr. Mrad obtained her master's degree in medical education in the health professions in Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. She
practiced Emergency Medicine in the American University of Beirut Medical Center, Beirut and then joined Mediclinic Parkview hospital, Dubai in 2020 where she is currently practicing as an Emergency Medicine specialist.
Medical Director of the Qatar Poison Center, and consultant in Emergency Medicine
Yazeed EldosMedical Director of the Qatar Poison Center, and consultant in Emergency Medicine
Dr. Eldos completed his toxicology training at The University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, TX. Research interests include addiction medicine, and heavy metal toxicity