#24 Curing the Incurable, w/ Dr. Roberto Trujillo
"The Most important thing is to have passion."
EPISODE 24 • 04/21/2019 & • 52 min
Dr. J. Roberto Trujillo, M.D., Sc.D. is the Chairman and CEO of TruCytonics Institute & NeuroCytonix, Inc., at the Montgomery Biotechnology campus of Johns Hopkins University. His current focus is on translation research of neural tissue engineering (quantum magnetic resonance) for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease, stroke and Parkinson’s disease. He is a member of the medical advisory board at Fisher Wallace Laboratories, LLC. As a pioneer in the field of neurovirology at Harvard, Dr. Trujillo founded the Pan-American Society of NeuroVirology in 2000.
He is the co-inventor of CERCA, a U.S. patented photodynamic therapeutic medical device for the prevention of cervical cancer. Dr. Trujillo is a leader of medical sciences of the Americas, and he has received numerous awards, professional titles, and honorary doctor degrees. Following an internship in medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, he completed a two-year clinical neurological and neurosurgical fellowship at Texas Medical Center. After receiving a training award from NIH, Dr. Trujillo obtained his Doctor of Science degree in Neurosciences and Molecular Virology at Harvard University.