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We are honoured to be able to work with these world-renowned health professionals to collaborate innovation, enhance technologies and accelerate breakthroughs in devising our therapies. We greatly appreciate and are indebted to their sharing of knowledge and ideas in our pursuit of evidence-based alternative treatments.
Prof. Dragan Primorac
Founder and Principal Counselor, The Specialty Hospital St. Catherine, Croatia
Prof. Dragan Primorac is a pediatrician, forensic expert, and geneticist. Professor Primorac is the first recipient of the title “Global Penn State University Ambassador”. Currently, he serves as the Chair of the International Affairs Committee of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and as professor at Eberly College of Science, The Pennsylvania State University and Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences, University of New Haven, in the United States and as professor at Medical Schools in Split, Rijeka and Osijek as well as at Department of Biotechnology, University of Rijeka, in Croatia. In October of 2016. he was appointed as a visiting professor at the College of Medicine and Forensics, Xi’an Jiaotong University, People’s Republic of China.
Prof. Primorac authored two hundred and fifty scientific papers and abstracts. He also authored chapters in 20 books. Prof. Primorac was invited speaker at 120 conferences all around the world. His work was published in most cited journals, including Science and Nature, and his papers have been cited 5100 times (Google Scholar) while h-index is 31. He was mentoring 11 Ph.D. students and two students during their master’s degree process.
Currently, he is a pioneering application of the personalized medicine paradigm in clinical practice. His interests are in the field of personalized medicine, genetics, metabolic bone and cartilage disorders, regenerative medicine, population genetics, etc. He led many scientific projects, including the EU FP7 project entitled “Multi-dimensional OMICS approach to stratification of patients with low back pain,” worth 7.6 million euros (a team leader of the Croatian partner in the international consortium). Besides, he was one of the pioneers in DNA identification of skeletal human remains found in mass graves.
Prof. Dr. Dana F. Flavin
President and Founder, The Foundation for Collaborative Medicine and Research (CollMed), USA
Dr. Dana Flavin currently holds an honorary professor title from The Leicester School of Pharmacy at De Montfort University in the UK where she teaches the pharmacology of anti-cancer nutrients and off-label drugs. She received her Degree in Psychology and Chemistry from Loyola University and completed graduate school in pharmacology at Chicago Medical School.
Four years later, she was appointed Science Assistant to the Associate Bureau Director for Toxicology at the Food and Drug Administration in Washington D.C. During this time, she researched the molecular biology of cancer and tumor promotion, investigating the application of translational medicine into potential therapies for cancer. She was then appointed Science Advisor to the President of the Nutrition Foundation and began graduate studies at Howard University in Nutrient Biochemistry under the Department of Nutrition.
Several years later, with a Summa Cum Laude in Nutrition she moved to Germany and began her studies in medicine and completion of her M.D. degree in Innsbruck, Austria. With a total of 37 years devoted to research, Dr. Flavin started the Foundation for Collaborative Medicine and Research in Connecticut, a non-profit organization where she shares her knowledge in the areas of medicine, pharmacology and nutrition with patients and colleagues from around the world.
Prof. Fan Lihong
Chief Physician, Tenth People’s University Hospital Affiliated to Tongji University, China
Prof. Fan is also Dean of Tongji University Institute of Integrative Medicine Research and Development; Director of Energy, Metabolism and Health Research Institute, Tongji University; Chairman of Shanghai CDC Cancer Prevention and Treatment Committee; and Vice President of Shanghai Association of Integrative Medicine. Priorly, Prof. Fan was Chief Medical Officer of Shanghai Sixth People's Hospital and Deputy Medical Superintendent of Shanghai Pulmonary Hospital.
Prof. Fan is devoted to clinical research of early diagnosis of lung cancer and individualized mitochondrial energy therapy. Her key areas of research focus on the regulation mechanism of mitochondrial homeostasis in the occurrence, development and reversal of tumors. Prof. Fan has published nearly a hundred papers in major journals at home and abroad, and hosted/participated in more than 20 national and municipal scientific research projects.
Prof. Fan has won the Chinese Medical Award of the Chinese Medical Association, the "Hospital Science and Technology Innovation" Award of the Chinese Hospital Association, the "Five Continents Women's Science and Technology" Award in China, and the Shanghai "Medical Science and Technology" Award.
Dr. George J. Georgiou
Founder and Academic Director, Da Vinci College of Holistic Medicine, Cyprus
Dr. George Georgiou has been a Holistic clinician for over 35 years, with 10 degrees and diplomas spanning over 25 years of graduate and postgraduate education in various topics ranging from Biology, Psychology and Natural Medicine. Among them, he holds an Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) honours degree in Biology/Psychology from Oxford Brook’s University, Oxford, England; Master of Science degree (M.Sc.) in Clinical Psychology from the University of Surrey, Guildford, England; Doctor of Philosophy degree (Ph.D.) in Clinical Sexology from The Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, San Francisco, USA; and Doctor of Science (D.Sc. (AM)) degree in Alternative Medicine from the International Open University of Alternative Medicine.
Dr. Georgiou is the Director of the Da Vinci Holistic Health Centre in Larnaca, Cyprus which specializes in many aspects of Holistic Medicine such as naturopathy, herbal medicine, thermography, colon hydrotherapy, iridology/sclerology, homeopathy, Bioresonance allergy testing, Bioresonance therapy, Live Blood Analysis, Biological Terrain Analysis, Rife technology, PAPIMI pulsing electromagnetic field therapy, Hyperthermia, Infrared and ozone sauna, MRT, HRV, ART, Orgone Accumulator, Psychotherapy and Naturopathic Sexology. In addition, he has written 19 other books on various natural treatments for a number of diseases which are available on Amazon and other bookshops. The College presently offers Bachelor and Doctoral programmes in Holistic Medicine.
Dr. Georgiou has been the Principal Investigator for the World Health Organization in studies on AIDS and Drug Use, as well as other research involving alcoholism, drug abuse and sexual dysfunctions. He is also the Director and Founder of the Da Vinci BioSciences Research Foundation and continues researching various aspects of natural medicine, ranging from heavy metal toxicity, to Electromagnetic effects on health and disease. His research has led him to develop a unique, natural heavy metal detox agent that has been thoroughly tested using a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial with 350 people – he is the IP rights holder for this discovery which is called HMD™ (www.detoxmetals.com).
Dr. Catherine Solnik
Doctor in Rheumatology
Dr. Catherine Solnik had a private practice in Paris, France, from 1977 to 2006, and is also an Associate Consultant at the Teaching Hospital Paris 5 University (Hospital Cochin).
She is a specialist in:
- Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology;
- Back bone pains and injections for sciatic nerves problems;
- Osteoporosis for both women and men involved in all the new treatments, with rigorous essays before the new drugs are released;
- Dietary consultations and Kinesitherapy education adapted to each patient.
Dr. Solnik has been a Research Fellow for 2 years in Tufts University, Boston, USA, working on graft versus host reactions. She was then promoted to Research Assistant in Stanford University working in cancer cells screening and HLA typing.
She published in many reviews, Cancer research and Proceedings National Academy of Sciences.
Recent publications: Practice patterns in outpatient rheumatology (Joint Bone Spine, March 2007); 2018 book on food and antioxidants in French, English, and Chinese.