Prof. Trevor Archer has received his PhD in Uppsala University during the period of 1976-79. Currently, he is working as Professor in Gothenburg University. He has successfully completed his Administrative responsibilities as Head of Department and Dean of Faculty. His research has included biopsychology, health, sports, personality, learning and memory, neurotoxicity, brain disorders and epigenetics. Based on this research and fellowship training he has received several awards and honors, such as: Honorary doctor and honorary Professor in Pharmacology of the Polish Pharmacology Society, Sansone Award of the School of Medicine, University of Washington, St. Louis, Missouri. He is serving as an editorial member of twenty-four reputed journals like Neurotoxicity Research and Acta Neurologica Scandinavica & expert Reviewers for 117 journals like Psychopharmacology, European Journal of Pharmacology and Journal of Addiction Research and Therapy. He have authored 318 research articles, 150 book chapters, editored 42 books, and one general psychology book. He is a member of Neurotoxicity Society. He/she has honoured as Founding Member of European Behavioural Pharmacology Society.
Steven Benvenisti is a partner at one of the largest personal injury law firms in the United States of America, with offices in New York and New Jersey. For the past fivern(5) years, he has been included on the list of the National Trial Lawyers “Top 100 Trial Lawyers”.He is honored to be the Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors forrnMothers Against Drunk Driving National and is also one of the directors of the Brain Injury Alliance. Steven has received over 30 awards, including a US CongressionalrnCitation, US House of Representatives Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition and “Citizen of the Year”. Steven authored Spring Break: A True Story of Hopernand Determination about a famous case he handled involving a severely brain injured college student who received long-term inpatient and outpatient acute care and rehabilitation. Spring Break credits the doctors, nurses and rehabilitation professionals for the wonderful work that they do in improving the lives of patients and their families.rnHe has been a keynote speaker at over 100 conferences and gladly donates 100% of his honoraria to charity.