Associate Editor

Jolly Masih Ph.D. (Leaders Institute, Brisbane, Australia).
Dr. Jolly Masih has worked on Epidemological research in health care and lifestyles including consumer behaviour studies at Erasmus School of Economics in collaboration with Erasmus Medical College, Rotterdam. She has acute inclination in mood disorders and depression studies caused due to changes in lifestyle example food habits, change in job, shifting to a new place or any noticeable change in normal routine. She completed her PhD from Drexel University, USA in collaboration with Institution of Agribusiness Management, Bikaner, India. She has written over 40 research papers and is author of book titled “Marketing strategies and distribution mix for gluten-free foods”. She also has contributed in field of big data analytics, agribusiness management and auto immune disorders like celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. Her research goal and to link food, big data and epidemiological studies to life sciences for betterment of humanity.

Editorial Board

Sheng-Lung Peng Ph.D. (Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering at National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan).
 is a Professor of the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering at National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan. He received the PhD degree in Computer Science from the National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan. He is an honorary Professor of Beijing Information Science and Technology University of China, and a visiting Professor of Ningxia Institute of Science and Technology of China. He is also an adjunct Professor of Mandsaur University of India. His research interests are in designing and analyzing algorithms for Bioinformatics, Combinatorics, Data Mining, and Networks. Dr. Peng has edited several special issues at journals, such as Soft Computing, Journal of Internet Technology, Journal of Real-Time Image Processing, International Journal of Knowledge and System Science, MDPI Algorithms, and so on. He published more than 100 international conferences and journal papers.

Govinda K. Ph.D. (Vellore Instute of Technology, School of Computer Science and Engineering, Vellore, India).
Associate Professor in VIT from 2005 to till date, received the degree in computer science and engeneering from Nagarjuna University in 1998. M.Tech from JNTU, Hyderabad. Life member in CSI, IEEE and ACM. Published 100+ papers and participated in 50+ conferences. Interest area include Database, Data Mining, Cloud Computing, IOT and Big Data.

Shreya Badhrinarayan BM BS. (Southend University Hospital, NHS Trust, Westcliff On Sea, UK).
Dr. Shreya Badhrinarayanan is an award winning Medical Doctor, Lecturer, Researcher, Author, and Public Speaker. Shreya has multiple accolades, predominantly presenting her research at over 25 national and international conferences while publishing in impactful peer reviewed journals. Thriving in the field of medical leadership and management, Shreya was awarded the Edward Jenner Leadership Award from the NHS Leadership Academy. Shreya has reviewed books with the Oxford University Press, British Medical Journal and the Bulletin of Emergency and Trauma Journal. Shreya has presented her work and has delivered speeches at the likes of European Medical Society of Medical Oncology (Greece), British Institute of Radiology Annual Congress Radiology, Royal Society of Medicine, University of Toronto and Great Ormond Street Hospital. She was competitively chosen for the post of an Academic Clinician and Teaching Fellow Lead along with receiving a fully funded grant to complete a post-graduate certificate in Medical Education and Simulation.

Jyoti Raghavendra Munavalli Ph.D. (BNM Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India).
Dr. Munavalli, currently works as an Associate Professor in BNM Institute of Technology, Bangalore. She completed her schooling and pre-university college in her hometown Gadag, B.E. in E&C from Karnataka University Dharwad and Masters in Technology in Digital E&C from VTU, Belgium. She has obtained PhD from Maastricht University, Netherlands on “Realtime scheduling in outpatient clinics” in 2017. She has worked as faculty in various Engineering colleges for over 7 years and as Research Associate for 7 years, with total of 14 years of working experience. She worked with Aravind Eye Hospital, Madurai on workflow optimisation. She has guided many PG and UG projects. She has published papers in reputed international journals and a book chapter with Springer. Her research interest includes Real-time scheduling and tracking systems, health informatics, OR, multi-agent system modelling, AI, ANN, IoT, Smart devices, Data Analytics, Prediction modeling and Biomedical Applications. She is married and has a son.

Shreya Verma MS. (Syngene International Pvt Ltd, Bangalore, India) is an Associate Scientist at a Reputed Organization in Genomics and Sequencing, Prior to which she had done her Masters in Biomedical Genetics from Vellore Institute of Technology. She has had Various Research Experiences in Human Genetics, Molecular Biology and Neuroscience and mainly in Cancer Research, sialo biology and epigenetics under reputed prestigious institutions like Indian Institute of science, Bangalore, and University of Oulu, Finland across India and Europe.

Natalya Dorofeyeva MD, Ph.D. (Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev) is a Research Scientist in Department of Blood circulation at Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology. Dr. Dorofeyeva received a medical degree at Lugansk State Medical University and A Doctor of Philosophy in pathophysiology at Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Kiev). She graduated Clinical Trials Design and Management Certificate program at University of California San Diego.  During 5 years she was Assistant of Professor at Bogomolets National Medical University in Kyiv. She is an author of 68 publications, including 7 patents. Dr. Dorofeyeva’s professional interests are in the area of cardiovascular research mainly in studying innovative methods of cardioprotection and its mechanisms.

Ashkan Pakseresht Ph.D. (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden) is a researcher at the department of Economics and studies the consumers and farmers’ decision making related to agro-food industry. Ashkan’s research interests include consumer preferences and behaviour, choice analysis, behavioural decision making, risk analysis, willingness to pay, animal welfare, and sustainability. Ashkan is interested in behavioural and experimental economics. His doctoral thesis is oriented on the study of an in-depth understanding of the driving forces behind consumer attitudes and behaviours related to the use of agro-biotechnology for multi-functional food products. Data collected for this project through a set of artefactual field experiments in Sweden and Germany. Ashkan also has supervised a research project with focus on the effects of corporate behaviour on the intangible assets value (principally brand value).

Eliana Andréa Severo Ph.D. (Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), Brazil) is a Professor at the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE), Center for Applied Social Sciences, (CCSA). Department of Administrative Sciences (DCA/UFPE). She has experience in the area of business administration, with an emphasis on environmental management, innovation, entrepreneurship, strategy, social responsibility, human resource management, and quantitative research.