CES University of Medellín, Colombia bestowed the honor upon Novas due to his exemplary work in marketing and the regenerative medicine field
MIAMI LAKES, Florida—Benito Novas, Vice President of The International Society for Stem Cell Application (ISSCA), a multi-disciplinary community of scientists and physicians collaborating to treat diseases and lessen human suffering through science, technology, and regenerative medicine, has been awarded the degree of Dr. Honoris Causa from CES University in Medellín. The award comes in recognition of his work as a global leader in marketing and as a key figure in the regenerative medicine field.
For the past 15 years, Novas has worked as a marketing professional and is a recognized leader in the industry. Novas created a specific marketing model that has proven to be successful for private medical institutions to gain industry recognition and grow into thriving organizations. He is a sought-after speaker and has been an invited guest and keynote speaker at a number of medical congresses across the globe, sharing his latest marketing strategies with medical institutions looking to recruit new patients.
Novas has also played an integral role in the regenerative medicine field as a business owner. His contributions to the field are noteworthy and include organizing various congresses and certification courses across five continents. His holding, the Global Stem Cells Group, has worked to increase access to affordable equipment and regenerative medicine supplies to doctors across the world. His foundation has provided hundreds of free regenerative medicine treatments in each country where he has visited.
“It is an honor to have such a prestigious award bestowed upon me” said Novas. “I am grateful to the administration at CES University for considering me for this award.”