University of Bradford
Diana Anderson completed her PhD in the Faculty of Medicine University of Manchester, UK. She currently holds the Established Chair in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Bradford. She has published over 450 papers and eight books. She has served on 10 editorial boards, has supervised 30 PhD students and is Editor- in- Chief of the Book Series “Issues in Toxicology” for the Royal Society of Chemistry. She has hosted and participated in 56 meetings for the WHO on Chemical Safety. She has been a Vice President of the Institute of Biology.renowned nephropathologist with over 35 years of experience in renal pathology. Having received his Doctor of Medicine at the University of Puerto Rico, he has over 30 years of research on renal damage associated with multiple myeloma. Before becoming the Chair of Pathology of LSU Health Shreveport, Dr. Herrera was the Medical Director of Nephrocor, a private renal pathology laboratory. He has served as Professor and Chair at St. Louis University as well as Director of Surgical Pathology at both the University of Alabama and the University of Mississippi. Dr. Herrera is a retired Colonel with the U.S. Army. He is also a Professor in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at LSU Health in Shreveport.
cancer, oxygen radicals, human biomonitoring, unbalanced precursor pools, dietary imbalance, male-mediated developmental defects, nanotoxicology, general toxicology