Dr. Gulati is Professor and Associate Dean at the Midwestern University, Illinois. Dr. Gulati is recipient of 2014 Paul R Dawson Biotechnology Award and Littlejohn Award in 2014. He is a United States Fulbright Scholar 2008-2009 and winner of International Ranbaxy Research Award 2007. He has 305 peer reviewed publications and guided researches of more than 95 graduate students, medical residents and research fellows. He has 43 issued patents. He Co-Chaired ET-14: World Endothelin Conference 2015.
Mr. Srimal is a veteran Global Pharmaceutical Business Manager with a demonstrated international track record of product and market development. As top level Executive Officer he had been instrumental in driving revenues and profits.
Formerly, Union Health Secretary, Government of India. Mr. Verma is a very senior administrator with deep experience in the health sector. He was instrumental in formulating and implementing many policies related to the drug development process in India. He also has remarkable interest in literary work.
Mr. Gulati has more than 35 years of experience in running operations of various companies. He has considerable experience and knowledge in launching companies, getting required regulatory approvals and making the companies fully operational . Along with that, he also has extensive experience in international trade.
Ray Drymalski served as Chairman of the Board of Directors, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Northwestern Memorial HealthCare. He has vast experience in management and governance for various types of businesses and not-for profits, including health care (quality and risk management, pharmacy benefit management, biotechnology; among others), executive compensation, compliance, tax, risk management, finance, and commercial transactions. He is University of Michigan JD.
Gary Gerttula is a Senior International CEO with 30 years P & L experience. His expertise is in general management, business development, strategy, revenue growth, team building, change management, finance, fund raising, new ventures, and mergers and acquisitions. He has global experience, and has resided in London, Brussels and Bangalore. He is passionate about growing and fixing companies. He is 1980 MBA from Harvard Business School.
Dr. Birinder S. Marwah is the Chief of Geriatrics at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center in Chicago. He serves as the administrative medical director of Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care in Des Plaines, IL. He is board certified in geriatrics and internal medicine and is a past president to the Indian Medical Associates and prior Chairman of the Indian American Associates Charitable Foundation. He has also served as Convention Chair to the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin.