Robert Goldman MD (PhD, FAASP,
– Chairman, American Academy of Anti Aging
Medicine and Founding President, National (USA) Academy of Sports
12 years experience in selecting speakers for the American Academy
of Anti-Aging bi-annual conferences as well as advising for numerous
other international conferences such as World Anti-Aging Congress,
Asia Pacific Conference, Brazil, Catania, Dubai, etc.
Michael Klentze MD (PhD)
– Medical Director,
Klentze Institue of Anti-Aging, Munich, Germany. ABAAM Director
A4M, USA Secretary General ESAAM, Vienna.
Lynette Yong (MA[Cantab], MBBS, FRCS(Eng),
– Medical Director, HB Health, Director of WAAAM
Julian Kenyon (MD)
Founder President of the British Society of Intergrated Medicine
(BSIM). Founder Chairman of the British Medical Acupuncture Society.
Medical Director of the Dove Clinic for Intergrated Medicine,
London,Winchester. His main clinical interest is complex illnesses
particularly cancer and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. His research
interests centre around physics and mathematics of subtle energies.
Patrick Kingsley (MD)
Fellow of The American Academy
of Environmental Medicine, Founder Member of the
British Society of Allergy, Environmental and Nutritional Medicine,
British Society of Integrated Medicine. His main clinical interests
Multiple Sclerosis and Cancer the natural way.
in Food and Vitamin Technology and Pharmacology. Editor of the
International Anti-Aging Magazine, Chairman to the International
Anti-Aging Conference and co-writer of the New Millennium Guide
to Anti-Aging Medicine. He also maintains the position of Director
of R&D at Inner-Age and is also the Vice President of International
Jules-Jacques Nabet (MD)
Doctor of Aesthetics Hotel Dieu Hospital, Paris. Aesthetic General
Practice, and Osteopathy.
Who is a Board Member?
Peer Review Board Members are committed medical
professionals at the doctoral level who have extensive experience
in and are dedicated to advancing Preventative Healthcare, Anti-Aging
Medicine and the advancement of science in the 21st Century. PRB
members are highly respected by their peers in the field, holding
multiple Directorships in International Academies and Associations,
contributing to the cause through their service, speaking and
What is the Peer Review Board’s Purpose?
To advise on an independent, highly ethical, non
biased, non commercial basis of how to select the latest scientific
research to be presented to their peers, develop educational programmes
that are ACCME and CPD approved according the criteria and standards
of each country’s providers of continuing medical education.
What is the Peer Review Board Member required
- Annually review and keep up to date on the
latest medical research in the field to find peer reviewed publications,
proven practices and protocols. Based on this:
- Recommend Speakers, Topics and Conference
- Ensure that all recommendations put forward
are individually validated according to credentials, peer review
criteria and potential for contribution through speaking.
- Once validation is complete, candidates put
forward will be chosen based on compliance with ACCME and CPD
criteria for CME accreditation.
What are the Criteria?
- Academic credentials
- Professional experience
- Past Speaking experience
- Peer Reviewed Publications
- Value of scientific and clinical contribution
- Physicians from every Medical Discipline
- Pharmaceutical Chemists & Research Specialists
- RNs/Nurse Practitioners
- Naturopathic Doctors
- Bariatricians/Weight Management Specialists