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Prof Dr Claus Muss

Prof Dr Claus Muss, PhD St Elizabeth University of Research and Social Health Bratislava SK President of I-GAP – The International Research Group of Anti-Aging Medicine

Prof Claus Muss has completed the doctorates in Medical School Munich and Veterinary School, Berlin and his PhD in Public Health Science at St Elizabeth University, Bratislave (SK), where after habilitation he was appointed as Associate Professor. Besides his clinical activities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, he is head of the world wide networking International Research group of applied Preventive Medicine, Co-author of 7 scientific journals and over 87 own publications.


  • Pathophysiology and Endocrinology for Nutritionists
  • Protective Factors in Food – Vitamins, Elements, Hormones, etc.
  • Obesity – Prevention and Therapy

Prof Karl J Neeser

Karl J Neeser, PhD, born 1947, is one of Switzerland’s leading Anti-Aging Research Scientists, author of several anti-aging books. He is a worldwide appreciated Health Consultant, Key Speaker, Board Member and Senior Lecturer at the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine; A4M. He lives in Switzerland and Bangkok/Thailand where he is currently a Professor at Chulalongkorn University College of Public Health Science. One of his special field is “The Exercise-Health Connection”. Furthermore, he works with scientists from Canada in the field of Molecular Resonance Effect Technology and its Influence on Human Physiology.

  •  The Key to Health and Longevity – The 12 Key Lifestyle Strategies

Dr Lucia Krcmeryova

Dr Lucia Krcmeryova MD Lucia Krcmeryova M.D. graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia. Additionally, she completed studies in moral and political philosophy at Collegium of Anton Neuwirth in Slovakia as well. She is currently doing her MA in Medical Ethics and Law at King’s College London’s Dickson Poon School of Law. She has published chapters on Medical Ethics and on Health Education in the European Union’ s HELP Project and has participated in ethical conferences at Princeton University and at the Catholic University of Leuven. In her current work she focuses on ethical and legal issues concerning end-of-life decision-making.

  • Ethical Issues in Aging

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