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Founded in 2011, the mission of HIME was to gather, review, critically analyze, and disseminate scientific information regarding new
and emerging technologies and changing paradigms in the detection, treatment, and prevention of human disease.  Under the guidance of
Frank A. Williams, M.D., the following educational symposiums and research were produced:





                                  
SCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIUMS

2011

The HIME/Thermo Scientific Pan-Pacific Mass Spectrometry Flagship Symposium
Research Symposium
October 28, 2011
Honolulu, Hawaii 

Faculty:
   

Frank A. Williams, M.D.
Program and Technology Director
Executive Editor
Hawaii Institute of Molecular Education

Theo Alexander, MHA
Program and Project Coordinator
Hawaii Institute of Molecular Education

Chris Beecher, Ph.D.
Professor
University of Michigan Medical School
Center for Transitional Pathology


Jack Henion, Ph.D.
Emeritus Professor of Toxicology
New York State College of Veterinary Medicine
Cornell University
Co-founder, Chairman, CSO Advion Biosciences, Inc.

Michael Merchant, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Medicine
University of Louisville
Associate Director of Clinical Proteomics



2012

The First Annual World Congress:  Understanding The Molecular Basis of Heart Disease and Cancer
Research Symposium
February 17-18, 2012
Honolulu, Hawaii

Faculty:

Frank A. Williams, M.D.
Program and Technology Director
Executive Editor
Hawaii Institute of Molecular Education

Theo Alexander, MHA
Program and Project Coordinator
Hawaii Institute of Molecular Education


Ravi Ranjan, M.D., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Cardiology and Electrophysiology
University of Utah School of Medicine

Aldrin V. Gomes, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Muscle Physiology and Proteomics Laboratory,
Department of Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior,
Department of Physiology and Membrane Biology
University of California, Davis

Brian J. Morris, D.Sc. 
Professor of Molecular Medical Sciences School of Medical Sciences and Bosch Institute
Sydney Medical School The University of Sydney
Sydney NSW 2006 Australia

Walter Korfmacher, Ph.D.
Consultant

Dayue Darrel Duan, M.D., Ph.D., FAHA
Professor of Pharmacology
University of Nevada School of Medicine
Department of Pharmacology
Laboratory of Cardiovascular Phenomics
Huichun Xu, M.D., Ph.D.
Fellow, Center for Research on Genomics and Global Health
National Human Genome Research Institute
National Institutes of Health

Na'eem A. Abdullah, M.D., Ph.D.
Consultant
Molecular Biology, Genomics

Man-Sun Sy, Ph.D.
Professor of Pathology
Department of Pathology
School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University

Stephen B. Parker, Ph.D.
Cardiac and Forensic Psychologist
Alaska Medical Psychology
Fairbanks, Alaska

Lisa Merritt, M.D.
Member, Scientific Advisory Board
Founder, Executive Director, Multicultural Health Institute
Sarasota, Florida

Robert Goldman, M.D., Ph.D., D.O., FAASP
Chairman of the Board
A4M & World Anti-aging Academy of Medicine
World Chairman
International Medical Commission

David A.M. Goldberg
Interdisciplinary Facilitator


What's Really in Your Food?
Research Presentation
University of Hawaii Windward Community College Community Forum in Chemistry sponsored by The American Chemical Society
March 21, 2012
Kaneohe, Hawaii


2012 CSIA (Cell Signaling, Inflammation, and Aging)
Research Symposium
June 5-6, 2012
Las Vegas, Nevada

Faculty:

Frank A. Williams, M.D.
Program and Technology Director
Executive Editor
Hawaii Institute of Molecular Education

Theo Alexander, MHA
Program and Project Coordinator
Hawaii Institute of Molecular Education


Nathan Bryan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Molecular Medicine
Institute of Molecular Medicine
Center for Cell Signaling
University of Texas

Victoria Lunyak, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Buck Institute for Research on Aging

Grant Pierce, Ph.D.,FACC,FAHA, FAPS, FIACS, FISHR, FCAHS, FRSM
Executive Director of Research
St Boniface Hospital
Professor of Physiology and Pharmacy Faculty of Medicine University of Manitoba

Vincent Giuliano, Ph.D.
Research Director
AgingSciences.com

Scott Gordon
Doctoral Candidate
Pathobiology and Molecular Medicine
University of Cincinnati Metabolic Disease Institute
Cincinnati Ohio

Bela Asztalos, Ph.D., Ds.C.
Scientist I
Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging (HNRCA)
Tufts University

Chris Meletis, N.D.
Executive Director
The Institute for Healthy Aging
Portland, Oregon

Edward Dratz, Ph.D.
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Director, Center for the Analysis of Cellular Mechanisms and Systems Biology
Montana State University


Biomedical Applications of MALDI and DART Mass Spectrometry
Research Presentation
Queens Center For Biomedical Research
September 24, 2012
Honolulu, Hawaii


Making Elephants Fly:  Biomedical Applications of MALDI and DART Mass Spectrometry
Research Presentation
University of Hawaii Windward Community College Community Forum in Chemistry sponsored by The American Chemical Society
November 14, 2012
Kaneohe, Hawaii



2013

Investigating The Future of Medicine
Research Symposium
Live Webinar/Webcast
March 16, 2013
Honolulu, Hawaii

Faculty:

Frank A. Williams, M.D.
Program and Technology Director
Executive Editor
Hawaii Institute of Molecular Education

Theo Alexander, MHA
Program and Project Coordinator
Hawaii Institute of Molecular Education


Vincent Giuliano, Ph.D.
Research Director
AgingSciences.com

Edward Dratz, Ph.D.
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Director, Center for the Analysis of Cellular Mechanisms and Systems Biology
Montana State University

Eric Jakobsson, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Biochemistry; Molecular and Integrative Physiology; Biophysics and Computational Biology;
Bioengineering; and Neuroscience
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Richard Allsopp, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Institute For Biogenesis Research
University of Hawaii at Manoa
John A. Burns School of Medicine
Honolulu, Hawaii

Nadir Muwwakkil
Facilitator
Corporate Training Manager
The Penske Group

The HIME IESP (International Emerging Scholars Program)
Student Research Award Lecture

Camille Crompton
Award Recipient
Mckinley High School
Honolulu, Hawaii
Namthip Sitachitta, Ph.D.
2012 Chevron Science Teacher of The Year
Advisor


Promises and Pitfalls:  Investigating The Future of Global Personalized
Medicine
Research Presentation
University of Hawaii Windward Community College Community Forum in Chemistry sponsored by The American Chemical Society
March 21, 2013
Kaneohe, Hawaii


Reprogramming Life: Induced Pleuripotent Stem Cells (iPSC) in Neurologic Disease
Research Presentation
The 5th Annual Chongqing International Neurosciences Forum
November 13, 2013
Chongqing, China 

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“HIME has the powerful opportunity to focus on credible, innovative science...”

“I found your meeting and your plans to be very uplifting and encouraging.”

“You have done a great service educating the public and inspiring our students in studying science for their future careers. And personally, I learned a lot from your presentation...Thank you for helping us promote science literacy in our college and community.”


“...Very Stimulating...HIME does a very good job with the logistical aspects and details of conference delivery.”


“We heard from cutting edge thought leaders in the field including Dr. Morris (Sydney Australia) who discovered the Renin/Angiotensin systems in the kidney and continues amazing work in fields of HIV, cardiovascular medicine and molecular medicine, as well as other researchers who worked on the Human Genome project, emerging use of dynamic MRI to better define/direct treatment of Atrial fibrillation, and so much more.
It was intellectually stimulating with good, collegial discourse in an intimate environment and fascinating cross fertilization of concepts...”


“...the speakers were excellent.  I really enjoyed the diverse nature of the conference, and I learned quite a lot.”


“ I wanted to thank you again for the invitation to the First World Congress on Molecular Medicine. I appreciated the chance to gain a beginning understanding of the many avenues that this field is taking - from the very technical to Dr. Williams refreshing applications to molecular nutrition.”

“Thank you...for a wonderful and stimulating presentation to our researchers at the Queen’s Center for Biomedical Research, The Queen’s Medical Center.  I look forward to possible collaborations in the future.”


“Thank you very much again for the invitation to the First Annual World Congress and the hospitality you offered to us. It was a great meeting with high enthusiasm from both the lecturers, audience and the organizers. We enjoyed the meeting and the trip to Hawaii.  I am very impressed by your strong passion on biomedical research and your enthusiasm and vision about the education of the public with advances in medical research. I highly appreciated your efforts. Please let me know if I can be of any assistance in the organization of future activities.”  


“Thanks for the invitation to speak at the congress.
I enjoyed listening to the diverse topics.
Congratulations on organizing such an event!”

“Congratulations on the success of the conference and the excellence and eloquence of the presenters.”



 “I really enjoyed the diverse nature of the conference, and I learned quite a lot.”


“...a great job...and the speakers were top shelf.”