Bok Y. Lee, MD, FACS, Chairman of Clinical Research and Development
Dr. Lee is a distinguished, internationally recognized vascular surgeon with more than 200 published scientific articles and 9 books to his credit. His latest books are: The Wound Management Manual (McGraw-Hill, 2005) and The Spinal Cord Injured Patient (2 nd edition, Demos, 2002). Dr. Lee served on the Board of Governors of the American College of Surgeons for six years (1993-1999). He has been Professor of Surgery (NY Medical College, Valhalla, NY), Director of Surgical Research (Sound Shore Medical Center, New Rochelle, NY) and Adjunct Professor (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY).
Dr. Lee is actively involved in conducting hyperbaric research with the Life Support Technologies team.
Noori S Al-Waili, MD/DGO, PhD, CHT - Director of Clinical Research
Noori Al-Waili is an MD with a specialization in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He obtained PhDs in Nephrology (UK) and in Hyperbaric Medicine (USA). He is also a board-certified hyperbaric technologist.
Dr. Al-Waili has published more than 160 scientific papers covering a broad range of biomedical sciences, including: nephrology, urology, medical uses of honey, hypertension, diabetes, malignancy, and immunity, and a wide range of new therapeutic measures. Many of Dr. Al-Waili’s theories and medical discoveries are considered ground-breaking. In addition, he has developed many theories and discoveries in modern and alternative medicine, and his work has been published in esteemed international scientific journals. He has published insightful papers in hyperbaric medicine, in renal and urological diseases, malignancies, wound management, and others. He has also published thought-provoking papers on nephrology/urology including peritoneal macrophage transfusion, enuresis, renal colic, frequency of micturition, and clinical and laboratory publications on alternative medicine. His current interests are: wound care and hyperbaric medicine, honey research, nephrology, internal medicine, and alternative medicine.
Dr. Al-Waili holds the position of visiting professor at King Saud University (Saudi Arabia). He is a member of the Editorial Board for several medical journals and a reviewer for many medical and biomedical journals.