Friday, 15 February 2013

DDW memo (Lecture 1 (Part 2/3) of 1st International Deuterium Symposium)

Part 2/3 of the Symposium.

Lecture 1 (Part2/3) of 1st International Deuterium Symposium

Quote from YouTube:

Dr. Gábor Somlyai speaks about "Naturally occurring Deuterium is essential for the normal growth rate of cells"

About the lecturer: Gábor Somlyai, Ph.D.

Gábor Somlyai graduated as a biologist at the University of Szeged in 1982. Between 1982 és 1990 he worked for the Plant Protection Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Department of Plant Pathology, within this time period from 1983 to 1986 he was a scholarship-holder of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences as a postgraduate student for obtaining PhD. 

In 1988 he defended his thesis in molecular biology. In the same year he was a DFG-scholarship holder at Georg August University in Göttingen for 6 months, from the end of 1988 Dr. Somlyai held a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Missouri (Columbia, Missouri, USA), where he worked in the field of genetic engineering and gene mapping. 

In the wake of Hungarian Nobel-prize winning researcher Albert Szent-Györgyi, who said that the true cause of cancer should be looked for at sub-molecular level, Somlyai began his investigations in 1990 as a senior research fellow at the Hungarian Institute of Oncology with the examination of whether the naturally occuring deuterium the heavy isotope of hydrogen has any role in the regulation of biological, i.e. intracellular molecular processes. 

In 1993 he established HYD Ltd. with his partners to carry out anticancer research based on his invention, drug development based on the proprietary procedure of deuterium depletion and to conduct drug registration.

Between 1993 and 1997 he was the scientific director of HYD Ltd., from 1997 he became the CEO of the company. 

In 2000 his book entitled "Defeating cancer!" appeared in Hungary, from that time it has been published in Romania, Japan, the USA, South-Korea and in China. 

Gábor Somlyai is the author of numerous scientific publications in Hungarian, English and German languages and recognized speaker of domestic and international conferences.

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