Medical Advisory Board
Dr. Abayomi Durojaye, MD, MBA
Dr. Abayomi Durojaye is an advocate of innovative healthcare globally with almost two decades of an active medical practice in Africa. An international guest speaker at various health conferences in the United States, United Kingdom, and Africa, Dr. Durojaye has served as a Medical Advisor/Nigerian Partner for cancer organizations such as the Sweden Ghana Medical Center Accra, Ovarcome.org, among others. He is the CEO of Cecy Health Consult, a Nigerian public health firm that uses promotion and outreach to aid the African population. In addition to a bachelor’s degree in medicine and surgery, Dr. Durojaye has invested in his professional development by improving his personal and psychological skills at the Robins Research Institute and Proctor Gallagher Institute.
Dr. amit singal
Dr. Singal is an Associate Professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He is an expert in hepatocellular carcinoma and serves as Medical Director of the Liver Tumor Program at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He has obtained independent NIH funding, DOD funding, and state-level funding examining the HCC care continuum, ranging from HCC prevention to screening and early detection to treatment and survivorship. Dr. Singal has published over 100 scientific papers regarding HCC screening and treatment. For his work, he has been awarded the David Bruton Professorship in Clinical Cancer Research and Blue Faery Award for Excellence in Liver Cancer Research.
dr. bobby koneru
Dr. Bobby Koneru did his medical school training at the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine. He completed his residency training at Northwestern University in Chicago in the specialty of Radiation Oncology. After his residency, Dr. Koneru completed specialized training in Sterotactic Body Radiation (SBRT) and CNS Radiosurgery at Baylor University Medical Center, Princess Margeret Hospital, and the University of Pittsburgh. He served as faculty at Northwestern University for several years. He created Paramount Oncology Group, a multilevel cancer services organization that serves rural communities. He also consults for programs that need SBRT development. Dr. Koneru was a TEDx speaker to a national audience. His book Confessions of a Radiation Oncologist: What You Don’t Know About Cancer and Radiation Therapy is available on Amazon.com.
Dr. Kamala Maddali
Dr. Maddali is a global precision medicine executive with deep healthcare experience at large global companies including Merck and Co, Quintiles, Quest Diagnostics, and Cancer Genetics. As an ongoing warrior with multiple sclerosis, Dr. Maddali’s vision is to “educate global communities with hope from science and innovation,” which she hopes will foster awareness towards precision treatments and early disease diagnosis and prevention. She is a board member for several U.S. patient advocacy organizations and serves as an executive advisor for healthcare technology companies focused on artificial intelligence, blockchain genomics, nutraceuticals, bioinformatics, and biomarker driven drug targets. Dr. Maddali was the recipient of the 2016 NJBiz Healthcare Heroes Finalist Award. In 2019, she was awarded “Women Empowerment in Healthcare” by North American Indian Association for her contributions to innovation in healthcare.
Dr. Barry Boyd