A brief introduction of Bentham Science Brand Ambassador:
Bentham Science Ambassador Program, a project of Bentham Science, is an effort to liaison between the researcher and the publisher. This program will act as a tool to spread information and knowledge about Bentham content and initiatives among the research community. Through promoting Bentham Science content, the Bentham Science Ambassador encourages researchers to contribute to Bentham Science publications, and will in return be rewarded points for the tasks performed by them, which they could redeem through various offers & incentives by Bentham Science such as, Bentham Science eBooks, Open Access Journal, etc. This online portal will facilitate the ambassadors in performing their tasks.
Dr. Gregory received his bachelor’s and PhD degrees in chemistry from the University of Virginia and worked on the synthesis of complex indole alkaloids. In 1988, he joined Nova Pharmaceuticals Inc. He became the Vice President of Chemistry in 1997.
In 2002, as Vice-President, he joined Artesian Therapeutics in Gaithersburg and designed and patented an IND candidate in a year.
In 2005, he joined MGI PHARMA, as head of the medicinal chemistry. In 2007, he became the Senior Director of Intellectual Property, and in 2008, he worked as senior member of IP group
Dr. Gjumrakch Aliev, MD, PhD, President “GALLY” International Biomedical Research Institute Inc., San Antonio, Texas, USA. He also hold appointment with the University of Atlanta, as a Professor and as a Leading Scientist , Institute of Physiologically Active Compounds. Russian Academy of Sciences.
He received his MD in 1982, from the Baku Medical University (former USSR) with cum laude. Then he accomplished his PhD in Cardiovascular Diseases from the prestigious Russian Academy of the Medical Sciences, Moscow, Russia in 1988 with cum laude. He authored and coauthored more than 500 publications in the fields of neurodegenerative diseases research (Alzheimer disease), as well as cardio- and cerebrovascular disease, cancer, and electron microscopy.