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Chemical Engineer, Master in Project Management, MBA in Business Administration, MBA in Innovation Management, Specialist in polymer; focused trainings in Europe, USA and Latin America. Over 18 years’ experience working on new business, R&D and marketing in the polymer and Textile Industry. PMO Polymer Business Intelligence is a Project Management Office, located in Sao Paulo-Brazil, dedicated to project management consulting, mentoring, covering project planning, implementation and execution through a front-to-end creative quantification approach. Founder of SmartTex Hub ecosystem for the value chain of textile Industry and final applications. Winner of the Clariant Corporation Innovation Extra Award 2007: The sustainable project for the Green Industry on renewable resources. Winner Honorable Mention in Think Beyond Plastics 2016 innovation competition on the category Most Innovative Emerging Business as part of the team "Plastic Smog Emissions Closed Loopon" with Modern architecture project K-Rubio Smart House (biocomposites from waste micro plastic particles (beads and fibers). Speaker at conferences and lectures on sustainability and innovation at universities and the main trade fairs of polymer Industry in Latin America and EUA. Author of several articles that have been publish in technology and business magazines
To study the effects of magnetic field (MF) of strength 10mT-50Hz on Malondialdhyde and dielectric properties of liver and kidney of rat tissue. Forty eight of male albino rats were used, of average weight 170 ± 10gm .The animals were housed in the same environmental conditions in plastic cages, and feed with balanced diet and tap water. The animals were divided into two groups as follows: Group A: Consists of 8 animals used as a sham radiation group and housed at normal environmental conditions of pressure and temperature. The temperature inside the lab varied between 22oC and 25oC during the experimental period. Lighting condition was day light and darkness during night. Group B: Consists of 40 animal was divided into five subgroups (8 animals for each group) namely B1, B2, B3, B4 and B5,which were exposed to the magnetic field of intensity 10mT for a period of one week , two weeks, three weeks, and four weeks respectively. Group B5 was exposed for a period of four weeks and used for performing the required analysis after 45 days (for recovery group). The results indicated pronounced increased in conductivity of liver and kidney tissues respectively with frequency for all groups as compared with control group. The increase in the stability of lipid peroxidation intermediates increases the chain reaction of unsaturated fatty acids leading to accumulation of its end product, which is malondialdehyde,the increase in malondialdehyde is in turn accompanied by increase in other free radicals as peroxide radical leading to an increase in the antioxidants concentration such as catalase which metabolizes H2O2 to water. From liver histopathology for animals exposed to magnetic field showingbriding portal inflammation, moderate fibrosis, high stage fibrosis,moderate inflammation, moderate fibrosis between two portal tracts, moderate hepatitis, moderate port- portal inflammation, moderate portal-portal fibrosis, briding portal fibrosis and portal fibrosis. It will be concluded that this study pays attention to patients under investigation to these tests to be protected against exposure to any source of magnetic field.
Colon cancer is the second and third ranking in terms of cancer risk in men and women, respectively. There is no definite inhibitory approach to colon cancer development, but there are some methods can be followed that have been shown to decrease the risk of the disease, such as certain types of diet, aspirin, and education of the population regarding its common accompanying symptoms. In addition to these methods, regular colorectal cancer screening is considered to be the most effective tool in identifying and leading treatment for this disease. The formal diagnosis of colon cancer may require a number of investigative approaches, including; physical examination, detailed patient history, digital rectal exam, barium enema, sigmoidoscopy, virtual colonoscopy, colonoscopy and the use of capsule-like devices used for colorectal cancer screening. Colonoscopies are the most technically demanding of the endoscopic examinations and are relatively unpopular with patients because of the long duration of the procedure and its associated pain and discomfort. These issues are relevant today and are a legacy of the unchanging colonoscopic technological landscape since its initial development. These issues are well recognised in modern medical practice and have stimulated significant development in redesigning conventional colonoscope devices with a focus on safe and effective insertion and guidance through the bowel. The present work is focused on the development of electromagnetic actuators, which can produce a uniformly distributed magnetic field capable of generating high magnetic forces that can be empoyed for the navigation and actuation of a novel coloscopic device. ANSYS, FEA, and Solidworks CAD softwares had been utilised for desigining and modelling the elctromagnetic actuators. Different actuators have been investigated for the colonoscope guidance through difficult regions of the colon, with the objective of optimising safe penetration and reduce the risk of perforation, whilst offering effective and cotrolled navigation.
The prediction of propagation of right ventricle (RV) dysfunction toward sever RV failure and irreversible structural changes in the cases like tricuspid valve regurgitation and left ventricular assist device implantation needs numerical biomechanics techniques. On clinical cases, it is paramount important to determine when the changes in myocardial fibers will be irreversible as the critical point which refers the patients for intervention before the irreversible changes occur. In the fields of clinical observations, accurately characterize the complex nonlinear mechanical behavior of right ventricle in progressive remodeling for both small and large strain regions is at the cutting edge of the in-vivo measurement techniques. The fundamental issue which is treated in this research is to provide the answer to the question regarding the relationship between biomaterial structure and behavior under biological dynamic cyclic loads and kind of simplification in cardiac tissue material exhibition for the human right ventricular finite growth and remodeling analysis. In this paper a numerical finite element model theoretically has been provided to address the four combinations of the right ventricular growth and remodeling and its reversal. This model provides a numerical approach to address the question that when the patient should go to the surgery and other treatment for the pathologies induced by the right ventricular progressive growth and remodeling.
Alireza Heidari is Postdoctoral Associate at McGill, Department of Mechanical Engineering. He also is Adjunct Assistant Professor at Tehran University. He obtained his PhD in the field of structural mechanics from Russia and have conducted a postdoctoral research on cardiovascular biomechanics at University of Tehran in cooperation with Tehran Heart Center. Renzo Cecere is Associate Professor of Surgery, Division of Cardiac Surgery and also Associate member of Department of Mechanical Engineering at McGill University. He also currently serves as Chief of Division of Cardiac Surgery, Surgical Director in Heart Failure and Heart Transplantation Program and Director of Mechanical Cardiac Assist Program at Hopital Royal-Victoria at Campus Glen. Iradj Mahmoudzadeh Kani is Professor of Structural Engineering at Tehran University Hossein Ahmadi Tafti is Professor of Heart Surgery at Tehran Heart Center