The cutting-edge research presented in the poster was performed to create a better understanding of cellular and molecular details of diabetic healing processes that are typically aberrant. Burn wound healing was also studied. Focal Plane Array (FPA) and synchrotron- Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) chemical mapping was utilized to characterize the wound healing process. The studies highlight the potential of using these advanced technologies as diagnostic tools in wound care. Dr. Karagiannis is world-renown for his work in diabetes and has also published leading scientific papers related to cancer, antioxidants and/or epigenetics in prestigious, peer-reviewed journals.
Moreover, Dr. Karagiannis has made scientific discoveries involving the extraordinary ingredients in Olivamine (a blend of antioxidants, amino acids and vitamins) that have resulted in critical patents for McCord Research including with regards to wound healing. He has worked with the Chief Scientific Officer and Founder of McCord Research, D. Elizabeth McCord, PhD, FAPWCA to translate scientific discoveries into the creation of beneficial health products including Olivamine-containing skin and wound care products available in the US and Asia (Pinnaclife).
McCord Research in located at 2769 Heartland Dr., Suite 303, Coralville, IA. For further information, call 319-353-3201 or go to www.mccordresearch.com.
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