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Advisory Cabinet
The ACSE Advisory Cabinet is formulated to seek expertise and direction outside of the main headquarters. The cabinet members are selected on the basis of ACSE Selection criteria and are chosen from different regions in Asia.
Advisory Cabinet
The ACSE Advisory Cabinet is formulated to seek expertise and direction outside of the main headquarters. The cabinet members are selected on the basis of ACSE Selection criteria and are chosen from different regions in Asia. These members will be responsible to observe, understand and communicate the emerging issues of local academic publishing community as well as strengthen its bond with the council for providing best possible solutions of ongoing publishing issues in that specific region.

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Name of Members Designation Institute
Abdelfattah Badr Professor Helwan University, Egypt
Akhtar Sherin Professor Khyber Medical University (KMU), Pakistan
Irfan Ullah Jan Associate Professor University of Peshawar, Pakistan
Sobia Aftab Associate Professor University of Karachi, Pakistan
Kelum Gamage Associate Professor University of Glasgow, UK
Kianoush Khosrav-Darani Professor Nationa Nutrition and Food Technology Research Institute, Iran
Lai Khin Wee Head Programme (Biomedical MEng.) and Doctoral Programme University Malaya, Malaysia
Mehmet Yildirim Associate Professor University of Health Sciences, Turkey
Minakshi Prasad Professor University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, India
Po-yuan Chen Chairman at Department of Financial and Tax Planning Jinwen University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Rabab Kamel Professor National Research Centre, Egypt
Salman Yousuf Guraya Vice Dean University of Sharjah, UAE
Songhao Shang Associate Professor Tsinghua University, China
Yau Sui Yu Associate Professor Open University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Yousry Moustafa Issa Professor Cairo University, Egypt


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