Executive board of EMA – ASIA from 01/01/2022

Vincenzo COSTIGLIOLA. Dr (med)
President & patron

Ather A. Prof. Dr (med) Representative for ASIAN countries

Ahmad Abdulaziz Al Jaziri. Dr (med) Vice President for ASIAN countries

Dr. (med) Vincenzo Costigliola

President ,European Medical Association

 Dr. Vincenzo Costigliola has more than 40 years of medical practice after graduating in Medicine at the University of Naples (Italy), and a post-degree specialization in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care from the Università di Pisa (Italy). He is a Founder & President of European Medical Association (Belgium). He has also co-founded the European Association for Preventive, Predictive and Personalized Medicine, and is current President (Belgium). He was formerly the Chief of Medical Services in the Italian Navy. Over the years, Dr Costigliola has widened his specializations into Rheumatology, Dermatology, Proctology, Oncology, Surgery, Drug Abuse, Emergency Treatment, and Disaster Action.   Dr. Vincenzo Costigliola has also developed expertise in Hospital Organization, Medical Teaching Methodology, Computer and Audio-Visual for the Medical Profession. He is the Medical Advisor to OTAN and W.E.U. Bruxelles. He is a member of the International Advisory Board of the King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah (Saudi Arabia); a Board member of the European Biotechnology Thematic Network Association (Italy); and a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Psychiatry in Primary Care. He is a renowned speaker at numerous International Conferences and Congresses. He is multilingual and is proficient in 5 languages; English, Italian, French, Spanish and Portugese.

Healthcare overview: new perspectives –

Global process of personalisation in medicine – New perspectives in healthcare V. Costigliola Part I Healthcare systems around the globe Italian healthcare system in the global context: The cultural challenge of predictive, preventive and personalised medicine G. Trovato & F. Basile Healthcare in the UK – Predictive, preventive and personalised medicine perspective at the beginning of the 21st Century K. Grosios, P. Gahan & J. Burbidge The German Healthcare system A. Doring & F. Paul Healthcare overview in the Slovak Republic and implementation of predictive, preventive and personalized medicine M. Kapalla, D. Kapallova & L. Turecky An overview of the healthcare system in the Czech Republic with respect to predictive, preventive and personalized medicine J. Kinkorova & O. Topolcan Perpetual Transitions in Romanian Healthcare L. Spiru, R. Trascu, I. Turcu & M. Marzan An overview of the healthcare system in Georgia T. Rukhadze A general overview of the healthcare system in the Republic of Macedonia (FYROM): Healthcare indicators, organisation of healthcare system and its challenges N. Kamcev, M. Danilova, V. Ivanovska, G. Kamceva, N. Velickova & K. Richter Overview of the healthcare system in Turkey M. Dundar & S.Y. Ozdemir Taiwan’s healthcare report W.S.H. Chan Mobility of medical doctors as an attribute of the cross-border healthcare: Challenges, opportunities and perspectives V. Costigliola Where is going the European Pharma Industry? M. Antonelli Part II Female health/care Changing long-held beliefs is ne easy: A proposal for multimodal approaches in female healthcare – An integrative view O. Golubnitschaja A gender-specific nutritional approach to women’s healthcare N. Shapira Implications of gender based biology in oral health issues – Are women more susceptible? R. Krishna & C. Drisco Simultaneous systematic approach to enable predictive, preventive and personalized medicine – Women healthcare as s case study M. Marcus-Kalish & H. Meiri Part III Traditional and non-conventional medicine Widening the Paradigm in Medicine and Health: Person Centred Medicine as Common Ground of Traditional and Non Conventional Medicine P. Roberti di Sarsina, M. Alivia & P. Guadagni Music-therapy, a personalised bridge towards healing beyond surgery and medication: European paediatrics overview R. Haus Part IV The role of laboratory medicine in healthcare Characterization and validation of biomarkers by immunoassays: Quality requirements, physical standards and data management in predictive medicine T. Waerner, J. Urthaler & K. Krapfenbauer Part V Economy of PPPM Effectiveness, cost effectiveness, and financial viability of personalized medicine: A role for comparative effectiveness research? P. Brown The economic challenge of predictive, preventive, and personalized medicine: The case study of lung-, head and neck cancer A. Kugler, C. Kertu & K. Krapfenbauer Health Promotion and Prevention in companies – economic aspects and prevention strategies for Shift work sleep disorders K. Richter Part VI Ethics of PPPM New ethical paradigm in preventive, predictive and personalised medicine E. Gefenas, A. Cekanauskaite, E. Tuzaite, V. Dranseika & D. Characiejus

Dr.(med) Ahmad Abdulaziz Al Jaziri

Hamdan Award recipient for Working in the Field of Medicine & Health 2013-2014

Dr. Ahmad Abdulaziz Al Jaziri is a consultant in general and laparoscopic surgery. He is one of the leading Emirati physicians in UAE. Dr. Al Jaziri obtained his MD from Cairo University in 1985, and then he joined the Department of Health and Medical Services, currently known as Dubai Health Authority. After that he started his specialization in general surgery (1986-1989). He moved to Germany  between 1989-1995 for further specialization in surgery  and laparoscopic surgery. He received both the European Board of Laparoscopy and the German Board as a consultant surgeon in 1995. Dr. Al Jaziri returned to UAE to head the Surgery Department at Dubai Hospital in 2001. He is well known for being very industrious and conscientious when it comes to taking care of his patients.

Responsibilities and Professional Milestones

As well as heading both the Physician Promotion Committee and Organ Transplantation Committee at Dubai Health Authority, Dr. Al Jaziri occupies currently a number  of key positions at Rashid Hospital in Dubai; namely, Head of Surgery Departments, Head of Ozone Department, Head of Electroacupuncture Department, member of the Heads of Departments Committee, Deputy Chairman of the Treatment Abroad Committee. Additionally, he is a member of Emirates Medical Association (EMA) and Dubai Club for laparoscopic surgery.

Dr. Ahmad Al Jaziri invented several medical devices,  which are used in laparoscopic surgery such as: “Clip  Applicator” that was patented in Germany in 1990 and “Jaziri Mosulator” for removing abdominal tumors in a non-invasive way and liver hydatid cyst resection. The list of Al Jaziri’s inventions includes; “Jaziri Laprob” for hernia surgery; “Jaziri Net Pusher” for suturing the abdomen, diaphragm after appendectomy, hysterectomy, and esophagus surgery. Furthermore, he invented “Jaziri FNA” for obtaining biopsies from external tumors, the  latter device saves time and effort significantly and it only  requires one doctor instead of two. His surgical inventions were depicted on many world-class scientific journals. Over and above that, the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh endorsed his work as the latest surgical technique for hydatid cysts resection. In 1994, he was awarded a specialist/ expert diploma in endoscopy by the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery (EAES), in recognition of his success in developing patented endoscopic devices. These devises helped to introduce new methodology into endoscopic surgery.

Al Jaziri combines great success with his administrative duties with constant self-development academically and clinically. Al Jaziri participated in many local and international medical conferences and workshops, to mention but a few; the 4th International Symposia on Ozone Applications in Cuba (2004),  International Medical Care and Diagnostic Conference in Dubai  (2005) and the Surgery conference in Dubai in the same year.

In addition to his work as a surgeon, Al Jaziri specialized in clinical protocols in Ozone therapy and obtained a Diploma for that from University of Ancona, Italy, then he specialized further in this field and got the “Ozone therapy” Certificate from Germany in 2003. He is also a certified therapist in electroacupuncture from  Germany in 2003. He obtained a certificate of Ozone therapist/ physician from University of Ancona in Italy (2004). Since 2002, he has been working in the Alternative Medicine Department – Ozone Therapy, at Rashid Hospital in Dubai. Additionally, he commenced working at the electroacupuncture clinic in 2003.

He has contributed in developing training programs in laparoscopic surgery for doctors and medical students in all DHA hospitals, and his efforts are still ongoing.

Recognitions and Awards

In 2004, he was awarded a Certificate of Merit by the Mohammed bin Rashid Charity and Humanitarian Establishment in recognition of his participation in the Establishment’s campaign to rescue the victims of Bam earthquake in Iran. He was also awarded a Certificate of Merit by Health and Medical Services Department of Rashid Hospital in Dubai for his outstanding administrative  performance, in addition to his impressive compilation of  inventions and patents in surgery and his constant efforts for self-development.

Dr. Al Jaziri enjoys unique characteristics that enabled him to be a first-class manager and an extremely successful surgeon. He also possesses an obvious aptitude for innovation and invention. His professional achievements have made great impact on the  surgical medical practice and reduced patients’ suffering and  treatment costs. In view of the above, Dr. Ahmad Abdulaziz Al Jaziri was selected to receive the Sheikh Hamdan Award for Distinct Medical Personalities in UAE for the term 2013-2014.

Prof. Dr. Ather Amina

( Chairman of medical system of the silk route and Emeritus professor honored by XJMU in 2014 -P.R.C )

GeschäftsführerAAH Natürlich – Germany .

P.Hd Public Health , Post Graduate diploma in genetic sciences and gene therapy – EIH , Doctor of medicine ( RGUHS)  , Post Graduate diploma in microbiology and computing application (FORD FOUNDATION)  ,Post graduate diploma in Regenerative medicine (USM) Fellowship in empowerment by ICT , gender and health (NIEW) , Women empowerment (NAM) , clinical trials – WHO.

Emeritus Professer – People Republic of china ,Representative for ASIAN countries, European Medical Association, , Brussels, European Union. Ambassador for RED CROSS ,“first aid for mental trauma” ,Jury – UNESCO – Sustainable development goals.

Blessed with 12 Phd students from 12 different universities around the globe and 35 masters students with 750 undergraduate students as of now, and I love to share my knowledge further by training one to one basis and look forward to leave the message of sharing is caring.

Lastest publication :

  1. Ather, Amina & Ru, Tang & Lu, Denis. (2020). Coining adjuvant therapy by noninvasive and Non-drug Therapy (phyto-medicine) in Combination Anti-influenza Drugs in management, treatment and Control of COVID -19 (Corona Virus Disease 2019) original research. 10.13140/RG.2.2.22344.47361.
  2. In pipeline – Case study in regards with covid 19 and H.I.P treatment .(Under the virtual guidance by Prof.em.Dr.Ather A – Representative for ASIAN countries, EMA ;  treated as emergency service at make shift hospital at Shanghai under the umbrella of  Shanghai CDC center )
  3. Coining adjuvant therapy by non invasive  (H.I.P) and  Non-drug Therapy (phyto-medicine) in Combination with convulsing therapy  (plasma transfusion ) and Anti-influenza Drugs in management , treatment and Control of
    COVID -19 (Corona Virus Disease 2019) original research – P.R.C
    Prof.em.Dr.Amina Ather1, Tang Hui Ru2 , Hong Zhou Lu3