We are proud to work with a number of Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) in the respiratory world to help raise awareness and educate about the benefits of breath analysis for medical applications. Below you can find our Medical Advisory Board Members by product range, and if you would like to join them, please contact us.
Professor at Universidade Brasil, Supervisor of MSc and PhD Program at UNIFESP and Director of IBEPIPE, Rodolfo de Paula Vieira has a PHD in Pathology – specifically the Immunopathology of the lungs – and 3 post-doctoral accreditations from the Sao Paulo, School of Medicine in Brazil, the Department of Pneumology at the University Hospital Freiburg in Germany and a post-doctoral fellowship awarded by European Respiratory Society and Marie Currie Foundation and European Union. Having published more than 100 internationally peer-reviewed scientific articles, Professor Vieira’s main pre and clinical studies evolve around immune response and the effects of physical exercise on pulmonary rehabilitation.
Pediatric pulmonologist specialist in Respiratory Physiology for adults and children. Laura Gochicoa-Rangel has a PhD in Medical Science and has been working for 10 years in pulmonary function tests, with multiple researchers in the field and professor in Respiratory Function Tests all around Latin America. Founding President of the Latin American Society of Respiratory Physiology and the Institution for the Innovation and Development of Respiratory Physiology in México City.
Head of Upper GI Physiology at the Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust Hospitals, Dr Jafari has an MD in Medicine, a PhD in Neurogastroenterology, and has been involved in over 100 research publications regarding gastroenterology. Notably, one of Dr Jafari’s main areas of interest is Hydrogen and C13 GI breath testing.
Melissa began her career as a Gastrointestinal Physiologist in St. James’s’ Hospital Dublin. During her career, Melissa took a keen interest in Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth and completed a research project titled 'Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth in Post Oesophagectomy and Gastrectomy Patients'. Melissa is a fully accredited Gastrointestinal Physiologist and is a member of both the Irish Institute of Clinical Measurement Scientists and the British Society of Gastroenterology. Melissa has multiple publications and has presented her research at both national and international conferences. Melissa was awarded the RES MED/PEI award in 2008 by Technological University Dublin (formally Dublin Institute of Technology) for her outstanding academic achievements.
Associate Professor in Psychiatry and Consultant Psychiatrist with the University of Malaya. He is also an Adjunct Professor in Public Health with the Universitas Airlanggar, Surabaya in Indonesia. Additionally, he leads the nicotine addiction research group at the university of Malaya Centre of Addiction Sciences (UMCAS) -NARCC and his research work is primarily on tobacco control and mainly assisting in helping people to quit smoking.
Associate Prof. Dr Anne Yee is currently an associate professor and clinical psychiatrist at University of Malaya and University Malaya Medical Centre. Her research is focused in nicotine addiction. She is also currently a Technical and Expert Advisor to the Malaysia Ministry of Health in the development and implementation of the National Clinical Practice Guidelines for Tobacco Use Disorder, mQuit Service Project, Technical Working Group on Evidence-based Smoking Cessation and free tobacco policy at her university.
Working as Professor in the dept. of maxillofacial Pathology in India. He has been working in Narain Sewa Sansthan for 14 years in the field of Tobacco Intervention & addiction. He has trained more than 1000 Dental, medical & paramedical about tobacco cessation through continuous educational program. Dr. Sinha has created total 11 world records on Tobacco Control and Carbon monoxide poisoning. He has conducted India’s biggest carbon monoxide screening program through Sansthan for police department officials on road, either due to smoking or environmental pollution.