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2018 Advisor Conference Speaker Highlights


The 5th Annual Cell Surgical Network brings together some of the world’s leaders in clinical and laboratory stem cell research. This group of speakers includes some of the earliest and top innovators in the regenerative medicine field coming to Beverly Hills from the likes of Japan, South Korea, the UAE, Europe and across the United States. Their multidisciplinary backgrounds lend themselves to the exciting nature of this meeting and highlight the wide range of possibilities and applications of cellular-based therapies

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Mark Berman MD
after nearly 30 years in a successful practice as a cosmetic surgeon, where he was the President of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Berman discovered the magic of fat and the power of stem cells. In 2010, he co-founded the Cell Surgical Network and has worked to bring cell surgical technology all over the world. Dr. Berman, along with Dr. Elliot Lander and the Cell Surgical Network, has published the largest safety data paper on the deployment of stromal vascular fraction, including intravenous deployment.

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Elliot Lander MD-  After 20 years of practice in urology and repeatedly being named one of the five “top docs” in Palm Springs, Dr. Lander co-founded the Cell Surgical Network in 2010 and has become a leader in field of regenerative medicine, teaching other physicians and even speaking in front of the FDA in 2016, where he advocated for patients’ rights to their bodies and physicians’ rights to practice cell surgery. Along with Dr. Berman and the Cell Surgical Network, Dr. Lander has published the largest safety data paper on the deployment of stromal vascular fraction, including intravenous deployment.

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Hee Young Lee MD a successful plastic surgeon from South Korea, Dr. Lee is one of the world’s leaders in advancing stem cell technology. Often referred to as “the Tony Stark of Stem Cells,” Dr. Lee is the founder of Medikan Int. and is the innovator of many crucial technologies that allow physicians to practice cell surgery.

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Kotaro Yoshimura. M.D is a professor and chairman of Department of Plastic Surgery at Jichi Medical University, Japan. He received his medical degree and doctorate from University of Tokyo. After returning from research work at University of Michigan, he worked for University of Tokyo and directed his laboratory. His research interests cover skin/hair/scar biology, wound healing/angiogensis, adipose stem cells, and regenerative medicine. He published more than 150 full articles published in medlineindexed journals as well as several textbook chapters. He received a number of awards including the 38th Maliniac Lecturer in 2016 by American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Prof. Yoshimura is currently a co-editor of Journal of Plastic Surgery and Hand Surgery (JPSHS) and Vice President of International Society of Plastic Regenerative Surgeons (ISPRES).

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Chris Duma MD- began exploring stem cell research in 1993 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles. A board certified neurosurgeon, Dr. Duma is Southern California’s leading and most experienced neurosurgeons, advancing gamma knife radiosurgery and intraventricular implantation of autologous stem cells.

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Tom Grogan MD one of West Los Angeles’ leading orthopedic surgeons, his practice caters to the city’s youngest and oldest patients. A member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and a diplomate of the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery, Dr. Grogan was the first orthopedic surgeon to join the Cell Surgical Network and has played an instrumental role in the network.

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Oleg Kopyov, MD, PhD- the Chief  Scientific Officer and Executive Vice president of Celavie Biosciences has been researching advanced stem cell treatments for over 25 years. He has decades of experience developing neurosurgical treatments for brain diseases such as Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, epilepsy, and spinal cord trauma. Dr. Kopyov’s hypotheses originated with the theory that undifferentiated stem cells are able to react to the micro-environment into which they are injected and mature into multiple cell types dictated by their new surroundings.

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Dr. Nathan Bryan, HumanN Co-Founder and Nitric Oxide Scientist is recognized as the world authority in Nitric Oxide research. He was recruited by the Nobel Laureate, Dr. Ferid Murad to work in the N-O Discovery Program at the University of Texas. It was through this program that Dr. Bryan discovered a safe and natural way to produce Nitric Oxide gas, enabling the body to restore its N-O function. Wanting to bring this technology to the masses, he co-founded Neogenis Laboratories, now HumanN, in 2009.

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Sheldon Jordan, MD is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, heAmerican Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, Pain Medicine, American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology, American Board of Addiction Medicine, and American Board of Interventional Pain Medicine. He has taught on faculty at UCLA and USC as Clinical Associate Professor. Helped found the Stroke Service at UCLA and participated in some of the early work in surgical monitoring, brain mapping and evoked potential physiology. Private practice in Westwood and Santa Monica since 1981 with emphasis on interventional pain management, neuroimaging, clinical neurophysiology and sports neurology; Numerous publications have been based on the clinical experience and research in these areas. He research interests include Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) for treatment of depression, pain and a variety of neurological and psychiatric disorders. He is a member of the national consortium for developing guidelines for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and is co-editor and author of an upcoming textbook on Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Dr. Jordan is also a neurology consultant for US Soccer Men’s and Women’s National Teams, Major League Soccer, professional boxing and the NBA.

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Dr. David Milstein is a board certified surgeon through the American Board of Medical Specialties. After graduating from the University of California, Los Angeles, Dr. Milstein obtained his medical degree from the University of Health Sciences at Chicago Medical School. Dr. Milstein gained extensive training and experience in cosmetic, reconstructive and general surgery from residencies at St. Mary’s Hospital in San Francisco and White Memorial Hospital at Loma Linda University. Dr. Milstein serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of California, Los Angeles, Geffen School of Medicine, and attending surgeon at the Harbor UCLA Medical Center where he enjoys surgical teaching privileges. He has extensive training and experience in liposuction surgery, both with laser liposculpture, power assisted liposuction.

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