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The key players at Stemedica, Brown's partners in the new clinic
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* Dr. Maynard Howe, Ph.D., chief executive officer and vice chairman of Stemedica; vice-chairman and former co-chairman and CEO of Reliant Technologies, maker of Fraxel, a laser product used to treat aging and blemished skin; chairman of Biopharma Scientific, which markets a nutritional product called Nano-Greens; branding, marketing expert and author of business-related books (see profile, page 4).
* Dr. Nikolai Tankovich, MD, Ph.D., president and chief medical officer of Stemedica; director and member of Board of Advisors of Biopharma Scientific; was a board member of Bio-Hydration Research Lab, and CEO of Aquaphotonics; physician and physicist, inventor of laser products, including Fraxel, which Reliant Technologies licensed and sells (see profile, above).
* Alex Kharazi, MD, Ph.D., vice-president, medical research of Stemedica; supervising scientist, Immunotherapy Laboratory, St. Vincent's Medical Center, in Los Angeles; has been instrumental in the development of vaccines used in the treatment of cancer and has done extensive research on age-related changes in the immune system; was a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of Aquaphotonics, a sister company to the company that makes Penta water (see profile, above right).
* Derek J. Howe, Stemedica's vice-president of operations; nephew of Maynard Howe, and son of Roger Howe, Stemedica's chairman; was formerly treasurer and controller of Reliant Technologies and Biopharma Scientific.
* Eugene Baranov, Ph.D., vice-president, global research, Stemedica; member of Biopharma Scientific's Board of Advisors and a director of Research and Development for Bio-Hydration Research Lab, Inc.; has a Ph.D. in biophysics; was a visiting professor for three and a half years at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia; article published on a Penta water website in June 2002 said he was working "with a wide number of institutions worldwide in the further study of specific properties of Penta water and its health benefits."
* Harris Brotman, Ph.D., J.D., Stemedica's vice-president of intellectual property; received a Ph.D. in genetics from the University of California, Davis, and also has a law degree; practised patent law at partner level in major San Diego law firms prior to joining Stemedica in 2006.
* Tim Brown, MBA, J.D., Stemedica's director of intellectual property; has a law degree and a master of science degree in biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University in addition to an MBA; spent five years as a patent examiner in the U.S.. Patent and Trademark Office.
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