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Niels Høiby, M.D., Dr. Med. Sci. is the Chairman of the Department of Clinical Microbiology at Rigshospitalet(1981-Sept.2012), Professor of Medical Microbiology, University of Copenhagen. He is also the President of the Danish Society of Clinical Microbiology (1983-1987) and Chairman for The Danish Pasteur Society since 1992. He is a member of the medical advisory board of the Danish Cystic Fibrosis Association since 1979. He has served as the chairman for ESCMID Study Group for Biofilms from 2005 to 2013. He holds the chairmanship for numerous sessions at international scientific meetings. He has 978 publications, including 500 original papers, survey articles, books and proceedings concerning topics in clinical microbiology, immunology, taxonomy and cystic fibrosis and general aspect of health politics. Also, he has been invited to give 707 lectures at national and international scientific meetings, 497 of which were invited lectures in many countries.
Luyan MA, PhD, is a Professor in the Institute of Microbiology Chinese Academy of Science. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Beijing Agricultural University in 1987 and her doctor’s degree of microbiology in China Agricultural University in 1991. She was a lecturer in the Key Lab of Agricultural Biotechnology in China Agricultural University, and then worked as a post doctor in the Institute of Pasteur, France. From 1999 to 2002, she was an associate professor in the Department of Microbiology China Agricultural University. She has been a visiting scholar in the College of Medicine, University of Connecticut (2000-2004) and in Wake Forest University (2005-2008). After that, she worked in Ohio State University, continuing biofilm research until 2010. Dr. Ma is a member of Microbial Biotechnology Branch of China Agricultural Biotechnology Institute, and also an editor for “Frontiers in Microbial Physiology and Metabolism”. She was a selected candidate of Hundred-Talent Program of Chinese Academy of Science (2010-2013).
Gianluigi Li Bassi, MD, PhD, works at the Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Hospital Clinic in Barcelona, Spain. He received his MD from the University of Milan, Italy in 2002, and earned his PhD in the subject of respiratory, cardiovascular, and renal pathology from the University of Barcelona in 2013. He is board certified in Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine. He started working on endotracheal tube biofilm during his first international research fellowship at the Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Branch, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, USA. He is currently Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Barcelona. He is also an attending physician at the Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine in Hospital Clinic, Barcelona, Spain. Recently, he leads a critical care pathophysiology lab in traceably intubated and mechanically ventilated animals. He is author of more than 50 original articles, reviews, editorials and book chapters. He is also member of American Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM), and other professional societies. Since 2005, he has been invited to several Critical Care Medicine Conventions worldwide.
Zhijun SONG（宋志军), MD, PhD, is a Deputy Chief Physician at Department of Clinical Microbiology, Clinical Diagnostic Division, Southwest Jutland Hospital in Denmark and a specialist in Clinical Microbiology. He received his medical degree in Clinical Medicine and master degree in Pathophysiology and Immunopathology at Guangxi Medical University, Nanning, China in 1981, and PhD degree in Clinical Microbiology at University of Copenhagen in 2000. He has attended international conferences more than 30 times and poster presentation 42 times. He has published more than 100 papers in English and Chinese journals.
Claus Moser, MD, PhD, works at Department of Clinical Microbiology, Rigshospitalet. He received his medical degree and PhD degree from University of Copenhagen, specialized in Clinical Microbiology. He is the Winner of “Fru Astrid Thaysens Prisopgave for Lægevidenskabelig Grundforskning– prisopgave”: “Breastcancer biology and/or therapy” in 1991 (written with John Rømer and Claus Holst-Hansen). He was the scientific secretary at the international symposium: Basic and Clinical Research of Chronic Pseudomonas aeruginosa lung infection in Cystic Fibrosis and Diffuse Panbronchioloitis - East meets West. Copenhagen in 1999, and he is also the national editor for APMIS since 2014. He was a member of Local Organizing Comitee, for European Cystic Fibrosis Conference, Copenhagen in 2006, a member of European Society for Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases in 2012. He has 97 publications and book chapters, 12 manuscripts submitted for publication or under revision, and more than 150 abstracts at international conferences.
Xin XU, MD, is an Associate Professor in Hospital of Stomatology Sichuan University. His research mainly focused on etiology and prevention of oral infectious diseases. He received his master’s degree from West China College of Stomatology Sichuan University in 2007 and continued study in Dental School of University of Illinois at Chicago from 2008 to 2010, and then received doctor’ degree in 2011. He was a visiting scholar in Medicine School of Johns Hopkins University in 2012. He has 34 SCI publications on several academic journals including Curr Stem Cell Res Ther, J Dent Res, Journal of Dental Sciences and International Journal of Stomatology. He is the winner of American Society of Bone and Mineral Research 2014 Travel award, International Chinese Musculoskeletal Research Society 2014 Webster Jee Young Investigator Award and 7th International Conference on Osteoporosis and Bone Research 2014 Webster Jee Young Investigator Award.
Craig L.C. Williams is a Professor of Healthcare Acquired Infection, University of West of Scotland. He graduated in medicine from Liverpool University, trained in General Medicine in Liverpool leading to admission to the Royal College of Physicians (Edinburgh) and undertook training in Medical Microbiology in Liverpool, Birmingham and Glasgow, leading to admission to the Royal College of Pathologists. While in Glasgow he undertook research into Helicobacter pylori, leading to an MD. He worked as a consultant microbiologist in Royal Hospital for Sick Children Glasgow since 2002 and then lead Infection Control Doctor in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde since 2008. He received grants for implications for Early Diagnosis of Invasive aspergillosis of antifungal treatment and interaction of Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Aspergillus fumigatus in Biofilms. He has published 68 peer reviewed papers, and co-authored 3 books.
Ju CAO, PhD, is an Associate Researcher and a Charge Technician of Clinical Laboratory. He obtained his doctor’s degree of chemical pathology in College of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong. He was a lecturer in the Department of Laboratory Medicine, West China Hospital from 2010 to 2011, and currently works in the First Affiliated Hospital of Chongqing Medical University that engages in the research of clinical immunology and molecular biology laboratory. His research interests focus on the study of pulmonary infection and immunology. He is the winner of Preeminent Youth Fond of Chongqing and the candidate of Young Teacher Support Program of Chongqing. He is a member of Microbiology and Immunology Branch of Chinese Medical Association, and a member of Experts Committee for Respiratory Tumors Experimental Diagnosis, China Laboratory Physician Association. Dr. Cao publishes 16 SCI papers in journals such as EMBO Mol Med, Thorax and Chest. His findings have been quoted more than 220 times by top journals such as Annu Rev Immunol.
Luanne Hall-Stoodley, PhD. is an Associate Research Professor in the Department of Microbial Infection & Immunity in the College of Medicine, and in the Center for Microbial Interface Biology at the Ohio State University in US. She is also an honorary lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Southampton in UK. Her research interests include the phenotypic changes in respiratory bacterial pathogens resulting from adherence and aggregation and the impact of these changes on host innate immunity, and in the improved diagnosis of biofilm-associated infections. She received her PhD in Immunology and Microbiology in 1995. She was a Wellcome Trust Post-Doctoral Fellow in the UK (1997-1999) and at the Center for Biofilm Engineering of Montana State University, Bozeman, MT (US) (1999-2000) under Dr. J.W. Costerton. She is an Executive Committee member of ESCMID Study Group for Biofilms. She has attended several international conferences as a session chair and was on the organizing committee for Biofilms IV, Winchester, UK in 2010. She is a lecturer/teacher on Diagnosis of Bacterial Biofilms for the University of Copenhagen Online Biofilm Course in Copenhagen, Denmark. She has published numerous papers and review articles on biofilms in academic journals including JAMA, J Clinical Microbiology, Cellular Microbiology, Trends in Microbiology and Nature Reviews Microbiology.