Chief Academic Board

Professor Dr Michael Papacharalampous

Professor Dr Michael Papacharalampous completed his Medicine in ATHENS UNIVERSITY Medical School – ATHENS GREECE in year 1964. He further pursued his Internal Medicine Internal Medicine Specialization – ATHENS University and obtained the title of Specialist in Internal Medicine in year 1969 and completed his PhD in Hematology in Athens Medical School with his thesis in red cell carbonic anhydrases in health and in different diseases. In London University – HAMERSMITH HOSPITAL, Professor completed his post graduate studies in Internal medicine and ultrasound in Clinical Medicine Thomas Jefferson’s University – Philadelphia USA.

Professor Dr Michael Papacharalampous is the General Secretary European Society of Preventive Antiaging and Regen of. He is the Founder and Vice president from year 2019-2010. He is the current President of the Open Health Allience Medical Doctors and Medical Centres in Greece. He is also the founder owner and Medical Director ORTHOBIOTIKI MEDICAL FOR PREVENTION ANTIAGING , ATHENS-Marousi, Greece. He examines and treats his patients, conduct preventive check-ups to executives of big companies and insurance organisations here in the Orthobiotiki clinic. Implement diagnostic and treatment protocols in collaboration with the National Research Center department of Aging. He is also the Secretary of the Brain-Gate.org BRAIN-GATE, BOSTON. He investigates specific inflammatory processes targeting Autism in collaboration with Professor Theoharis Theoharidis Tuft’s University from year 2015.

Professor Dr Papacharalampous is also the Chief Internal Medicine of Metropolitan Hospital and is responsible for preventive medicine and antiaging, treating patients currently, actively. He is a specialist in COLOR DOPPLER ULTRASOUND FNA WITH ULTASOUN GUIDANCE where he served at EUROMEDICA Medical Centres and Hospitals, Athens, Greece. The Medical Director and coordinator of 250 medical doctors of the network, he was the Internal Medicine Director St. Panteleimon Hospital, ATHENS, Greece where he served as the responsible person for the check-up department and was the Chief of Internal Medicine Department.

Professor Dr Papacharalampous has aslo served as the President of the Open Health Allience and organised two Congresses. As member treasurer, Vice president and General Secretary, he organised the Athens ECOPRAM European society of Preventive and Antiaging Medicine in Athens, Milano, St. Petersburg and Cyprus Congresses. He speaks English French and Italian.

Professor Dr Anam Kour

Professor Dr Anam Kour has a 38 year medical career spanning primary health care services, specialist orthopaedic surgery, hand & reconstructive microsurgery. He has also served as a university academician and professor, and as an executive in medical organizations.  He has specialty training at Harvard, USA in hand and reconstructive surgery. He has added specialty training in Ilizarov surgery in Italy. He has taken a specialty interest in reconstructive orthopaedic surgery and in orthopaedic oncology, microsurgical free tissue reconstruction, and limb reconstruction with the Ilizarov technique. He has extensively served as an executive officer in medical centres.

He has been providing tertiary level consultations to orthopaedic specialists at the Sarawak General Hospital, Normah Specialist Medical Centre and Timberland Medical Center in the areas of musculoskeletal surgery, hand surgery, reconstructive orthopaedic surgery, and Ilizarov surgery.  He has also initiated the multi-disciplinary journal club sessions at the UNIMAS Department of Orthopedics 2009. He started the Masters Candidates Lecture series at the Sarawak General Hospital for Masters’ candidates, medical officers, and house officers 2009. He initiated the research program and setting up research protocols in the areas of nutrition in musculoskeletal tumour patients, tumour monitoring during chemotherapy and radiotherapy, and effects of chemotherapeutic agent Ifosfomide on neuro-cognitive functions.  He has engaged in establishing the “Continuing Nursing Education” at UNIMAS with Trauma OT of Sarawak General Hospital. He was also the UNIMAS Nursing Program Lecturer for year II students. His research interests:

  1. Hand surgery and reconstructive upper limb surgery
  2. Reconstructive Ilizarov surgery
  3. Quality of Life of primary caregivers in Cerebral Palsy
  4. Upper Limb functions in Cerebral palsy

 Professor Anam Kour has following Research Projects up his sleeves:

  1. Quality of Life of Primary Caregivers of children with cerebral palsy in Sarawak (NMRR ID-12-203- 11155)
  2. Evaluating changes in the upper limbs following intervention procedures to the lower limbs in children with cerebral palsy. (NMRR ID -1276813072)
  3. Translation and Cross-cultural Validation of Caregiver Priorities and Child Health Index of Life with Disabilities (CPCHILD©) Questionnaire and Feasibility of Use in Sibu, Sarawak
  4. “A study of prevalence and pattern of use of complementary and alternative medical therapy by children with special needs in Kuching” (NMRR ID -12-583-11286)
  5. Community activities
  6. Engaged in Continuing Medical Education at Normah Specialist Hospital and Timberland Medical Centre
  7. Involvement in community work  in management of cerebral palsy children
  8. Volunteer services for Tzu Chi International Medical Association and National Kidney Foundation with pro bono AVF surgeries in renal failure patients
  9. Pro bono services in reconstructive orthopaedic surgeries for dedicated cases from Sarawak, Sabah, and Kalimantan
  10. Medical specialist volunteer at Ji Min Moral Uplifting Society, Tawau.

 Professor Dr Anam Kour has extensive prior teaching and learning contribution in the anti-aging and preventive medicine, crossing over 5 decades of work.

Professor Dr Sergey Znoyko

Professor Dr Sergey Znoyko is a professional scientist in the bio-medical field graduated from Moscow Medical University Theraputic Faculty. He started his scientific work by joining Cell Transplantology Lab. at the Institute of Transplantology and Artificial Organs (Moscow, Russia). He worked on the project of treatment of diabetes with

pig, human and rabbit Islet cell culture transplantation (injection). His further interest in the possibility of expending Human cell in culture for treatment led him to the Regeneration Problem Laboratory at the Institute of evelopmental Biology Russian Academy of Science. He entered PhD program on the growth stimulating potential of different Growth Factors to restore regeneration capacity of limb and eye tissues in lower vertebrates. After his PhD defence my interest shifted toward genetic control of regeneration capacity.

In 1999, he was invited to the Ophthalmology Department of Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) to the Lab. headed by Dr J-X Ma and Dr. R. Crouch. He studied RPE65 protein and its role in Retinitis Pigmentosa. He investigated Salamander and other vertebrates (rabbit, chick, mouse and frog) opsins and signal transduction from photoreceptors to the other retinal cells. Then he moved to A. Wessel lab.(MUSC) for one year where he studied developmental fate of pericardium cells in vivo (chick embryo) and in vitro. After that I moved to Rheumatology Dept.(MUSC) where he studied endothelial cell and fibroblasts in human and mice normal and fibrotic lung and skin tissues. He completed rotation in endocrinology cell culture block to refresh my knowledge of diabetes treatment with Islet cell transplants. He became familiar with medical procedure of pancreatic cell suspension auto transplantation at the MUSC.

In 2010, he moved to Russia and work at the Moscow State University as a researcher on the regeneration area. In 2013, he joined Biofotonics Lab. team at the General Physics Institute R.A.S. to make use of magnetic nanoparticles for the medical applications. In this laboratory, he had several students who were doing their thesis on the said topic. His scientific interest was always in the process of cell differentiation. It is particularly of interest to him on how cell can change differentiation (transdifferentiate) during normal development or during disease progression. Stem cell and their fate is another object of his interest.