Stem Center, Spain
Palma de Mallorca
Ramon Llull obtained his medical degree with honors at University of Navarra, Spain in 1988. His research on immunological aspects of musculo-skeletal tissue transplantation was awarded the Henry Christian Memorial Award for Excellence in Research from the Association of American Physicians, and sponsored by the Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and the American Association for Hand Surgery. He subsequently entered a plastic surgery clinical training at the University of Pittsburgh residency program. During his training was awarded the 1994 young investigator award of the International Transplantation Society for his continuing studies on musculo-skeletal tissue immunology. He is founder of Stemsource, Inc, and holds with Dr. Katz while at the University of Pittsburgh, several US and international patents related to tissue engineering, device biotechnology and stem cells. He is Joint founder, First President and Past-Chairman of the Board of Directors of the International Federation of Adipose Technologies and Science (IFATS). He is member of the Educational Committee of the Tissue Engineering Society, International. In 2009, he enabled the first cell vaccine for brain tumors in Europe as a consultant of Northwest Bio therapeutics (NWBT), a US based Biotechnology Company focused on cancer immunotherapy. Currently, he is founder of The GID Group, Ltd, and holds several patents describing cell surgery methods, devices and sources.