Malcolm Maden, PhD
Dr. Maden is Professor of Biology at the University of Florida, Gainesville, and one of the world‘s leading experts in the development and regeneration of various organ systems including the limb, the lung and the nervous system from the point of view of retinoic acid. Dr. Maden is leading the scientific testing to deteAlbiorexne the relationship between development and regeneration and whether regeneration can be induced in the adult organism by understanding the mechanism of action and the effect of Albiorex’ proprietary mixture of human placental extra-cellular matrix in stem cell differentiation and regenerative effects as applied to wound treatment.
George Chu, PhD
Mr. Chu is a biochemist with over 30 years of experience in the field of biomaterials. He has particular expertise using collagen and polyethylene glycol based bio- and synthetic polymers in medical product development. Mr. Chu authored and co-authored numerous patents in this field. Originally trained as a biochemist at U.C. Davis, Mr. Chu conducted collagen research at Stanford University Medical School. Mr. Chu is a consultant to the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry specializing in collagen as a biomaterial. Prior to consulting, Mr. Chu was Principal Scientist for 15 years with Collagen Corp. and then Cohesion Technologies, Inc.
Ashley W. Seifert, PhD
Dr. Seifert is a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Biology, University of Florida. Dr. Seifert‘s research focuses on understanding why scarring occurs following injury in mammals in lieu of skin regeneration. He is currently developing several vertebrate models of perfect skin regeneration in order to understand how the local wound environment can stimulate a regenerative response instead of inducing fibrosis. This research specifically examines the role of extra-cellular matrix proteins and their role as inductive agents in the repair process. Dr. Seifert is working with Dr. Maden to investigate the regenerative properties of Albiorex’s proprietary human placental extra-cellular matrix during wound healing.
Richard A Berg, PhD
Dr. Berg is a biochemist and inventor with over 25 years of experience in biochemistry. Dr. Berg‘s research focuses on biomaterials to repair and regenerate connective tissue and to reduce or avoid post-surgical adhesions. Dr. Berg’s commercial experience includes the position of Chief Scientific Officer and VP, Research and Development, FzioMed Inc. FzioMed focused on post- surgical adhesion reduction in Gynecologic and Orthopedic surgery; VP, Scientific Affairs, NeuColl, Incorporated, a subsidiary of Cohesion Technologies, Inc. NeuColl was focused on High Growth Orthopedic Market Segments; Director, Research, Collagen Corporation, Palo Alto, California; Collagen focused on biomaterials to repair and regenerate connective tissue. Dr. Berg received his Ph.D. in Biochemistry at the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine and was a Professor of Biochemistry at the Robert.
Jeremy J. Mao, D.D.S., PhD
Dr. Mao is Director of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Laboratory at Columbia University, New York, NY. Dr. Mao has over 60 patents at Columbia with many available for licensing.
Dr. Bingci Liu
Dr. Liu is a professor of Biochemistry and is employed at the National Institute of Occupational Health and Poison Control, part of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Beijing. Dr. Liu worked extensively with Dr. Harrell during the initial developments of the primary patent.
Dr. Xenglu Xu
Dr. Xu graduated from Peking Union Medical College in 1970. He is a professor of Histology and Embryology. He is a tutor of doctorate graduate student. He trained 13 doctorate graduate students. He was the former chairman of Dept. of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology in Peking Union Medical College. He is associate editor of Acta Anatomica Sinica. He was the former vice chairman of a board of directors of the Society of Anatomy in Beijing. He was a member of The 5th Degree Committee of Peking Union Medical College. He is engaged in scientific research on extracellular matrix biology.
Lars Steinstaesser, M.D., PhD
Dr. Steinstraesser is a world expert in academic Plastic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgery and an internationally renowned speaker. He has led clinical and basic science research into soft tissue sarcoma, wound healing, scaring and regenerative medicine and has published over 150 ‘peer reviewed’ publications across his field of research.
Jeffrey C. Geesin, PhD
Dr. Geesin is a biochemist with extensive experience in corporate research. He managed projects to clinical stage for device and drug projects in numerous therapeutic areas including orthopedics, dermal wound repair, women’s health & urology, neurology, dermatology and cardiovascular disease.
Timothy Ganey, PhD
Dr. Timothy Ganey is Director of Research for the Atlanta Medical Center, and has co-appointments with the Atlanta VA, University of South Florida, and the Translational and Regenerative Medicine Institute at the University of Leipzig in Germany. He has been instrumental in several technology development initiatives, among them the use of cell-based therapeutics, energy field transduction, instructive biomaterials, and tissue specific matrices for regenerative medicine.
Niranjan Bhattacharya, M.D.
More than 100 publications in International Journals and international book chapters.
Presented 184 papers outside the country as invited Speaker, Chairman of Scientific sessions etc since 1982 World Congress Ob/Gyn San Francisco.
In April 2006, I was invited as Visiting Professor in Ob/Gyn, University of Boston USA and also invited to give lectures at the University of Harvard, University of London, University of Glasgow, Chinese University of Hong Kong etc.
Published multi-authored edited books by the global leader of Medical Publications; Springer Verlag. My co-Editor is Prof Phillip Stubblefield of Harvard University and presently Emeritus Prof of Ob/Gyn, University of Boston, Mass, USA.
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