Global Stem Cells Group announces the appointment of Holya Aziza El Materi Ep Khemiri, M.D. as Vice President Business Development Africa and Europe. Khemiri will oversee development of a new Stem Cell Center in Tunisia.
MIAMI, Nov. 1, 2018—Global Stem Cells Group founder and CEO Benito Novas has named Holya Aziza El Materi Ep Khemiri, M.D. Vice President Business Development for Africa and Europe. The announcement is the latest update on the regenerative medicine organization’s expansion of its clinical presence on the two continents.
Khemiri, who specializes in pharmaceutical and parapharmacy medicines, product manufacturing and medical industry business development, will be in charge of developing and opening a new Stem Cell Center in Tunisia focused on the treatment of patients with degenerative illnesses and orthopedic impairments, and professional athletes with sports injuries.
Stem Cell Center Tunisia will provide regenerative medicine training to African physicians who wish to offer stem cell therapies in their practices.
Since opening the first African Stem Cell Center in Casablanca, Morocco in July, 2017, GSCG has accelerated momentum to bring regenerative medicine, training and education to Africa and Europe through expanded networking opportunities introducing the organization’s authoritative training programs, workshops, seminars, online marketplace for regenerative medicine products, expert instruction and advice on marketing for regenerative practices and other innovative initiatives.
Stem Cell Center Tunisia is part of Global Stem Cells Group’s strategy to facilitate international growth and bring quality-of-life-enhancing regenerative medicine to patients in every corner of the world. The Tunisian center’s medical team will work closely with regional patients, educators and regulators to foster engagement and promote stem cell medicine technology.
ction as a regenerative medicine reference for physicians in North Africa, providing physicians with instruction in stem cell therapies and protocols Those wishing to implement stem cell oversight in their practices will be able to visit the office and collaborate other physicians, participate in educational classes and workshops, and receive the training necessary to start implementing regenerative medicine in their practices and clinics.
Additionally, Stem Cell Center Tunisia will offer physicians a stem cell processing center, GSCG’s complete solution for onsite tissue processing, isolation, culturing and cryopreservation of stem cells. One of the biggest challenges of using traditional stem cell harvesting protocols in medical office settings is obtaining enough stem cells to treat certain degenerative conditions such as autism, lupus. Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Disease and others.
The stem cell processing center provides a solution that allows physicians to expand stem cell colonies and obtain a significantly larger number of cells sufficient to treat patients. It also helps with patients needing multiple stem cell treatments by allowing the physician to perform a single extraction of stem cells from fat tissue; the cells harvested can then be saved and expanded, eliminating the need for new cell extraction with each treatment.
According to Novas, Khemiri’s skills and experience make her an ideal candidate to spearhead Stem Cell Center Tunisia’s development and opening.
“Dr. Khemiri brings an array of expertise and knowledge to our expansion efforts in Africa and Europe,” says Novas. She joins Global Stem Cells Group’s management team as a welcome addition at a time when our international expansion endeavors are growing exponentially.”
Khemiri was president of Tunisia’s Society Isotope Radioavtive (SISORA) from 2011 to 2014, where she was involved in manufacturing radioactive tracers to detect cancer. As president of the organization, she helped establish a partnership between SISORA and Belgium-based Radio Pharma Solultions (IBA).
From 2008 to 2011, she served as Research and Development Director of ADWYA, a Tunisia-based company specializing in the production of pharmaceutical products for medical and veterinary use and the country’s first private pharmaceutical laboratory and one of its largest private pharmaceutical companies.
In 2010, she served as creative director of RAD where she focused on formula and scientific studies and registration of medicines, skin care and food supplements with the Tunisian Health Ministry.
Khemari received her medical training at the Catholic University of Louvain in Brussels, Belgium from 1999 to 2006. She received a diploma in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the the Institut Roger Lambion in Brussels and a diploma in Biochemistry, Cosmetology, and Science Perfumery from the University Libre in Brussels.
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About Global Stem Cells Group:
Global Stem Cells Group (GSCG) is a worldwide network that combines seven major medical corporations. Each corporation is focused on furthering scientific and technological advancements in cutting-edge stem cell research, development, treatment, and training. The united efforts of GSCG’s affiliate companies provide medical practitioners with a one-stop epicenter for stem cell solutions that adhere to the highest medical standards.
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Holya Aziza El Materi Ep Khemiri named Vice President Business Development Africa and Europe.