Dr. Lingyong Li has completed his PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology by Nanjing Agricultural University and postdoctoral studies from Vanderbilt University and MD Anderson Cancer Center. He has worked as an assistant professor of Department of Neuroscience at Baylor College of Medicine. As first author, corresponding author, and co-author, he has published over 20 papers in international high profile journals. He also serves as editor-in-chief, editor, and reviewer for many international professional journals.
Dr EloÃsa Urrechaga Igartua, PhD is a Consultant for Clinical Chemistry in the laboratory of Galdakao Usansolo Hospital (Spain).
She is an expert of the Spanish Science and Innovation Ministry and the Agency for Assessment of new technologies for research project validation.
She is particularly involved in the development of new hematological parameters applied to the study of anemia and erythropoiesis as well as the glycation of hemoglobin., recently publising papers dealing with the automation of biological parameters in iron deficiency, Î²-thalassaemia, anemia and other erythropoiesis disorders.
Educational qualification 2010: PhD degree, University of Zaragoza New hematological parameters applied to the study of anemia and erythropoiesis 2008: Researcher Department of Functional and Molecular Biology. University of Oviedo 1981: Bachelor degree in Biochemistry: University of the Basque Country Professional experience 2011: Expert of the Spanish Science and Innovation Ministry and the Agency for Assessment of new technologies for research project validation 2009: Consultant for Clinical Analysis 2006: Senior Specialist for Clinical Analysis 1992: Head of Laboratory: Hospital de Jarrio (Asturias) 1987: Clinical Analysis specialist 1984: Resident in Clinical Analysis , Hospital General de Asturias
Eloisa Urrechaga Igartua(Research Area)
Clinical Analysis technology, Robotics in Hematology, Anemia and erythropoiesis Glycohemoglobin