Tyler W. LeBaron is the Founder and Executive Director of the science-based nonprofit Molecular Hydrogen Institute. His background is in biochemistry and exercise physiology. He was a 1-year Adjunct Instructor of Physiology, and interned at Nagoya University in the department of Neurogenetics to research the molecular mechanisms of hydrogen gas on cell signaling pathways. He is a director of the International Hydrogen Standards Association (IHSA) and the International Molecular Hydrogen Association (IMHA). He speaks at Medical conferences in the US for doctors CMEs/CEUs, and at academic biomedical hydrogen symposia and conferences around the world. He is also a member of the Academic Committee of Taishan Institute for Hydrogen Biomedical Research. He collaborates with researchers at home and abroad, and helps advance the education, research, and awareness of hydrogen as a therapeutic medical gas
All my scientific life has been devoted to heart physiology, specifically regarding ischemia, reperfusion, hypoxia, calcium paradox, etc. My recent focus has been treating and preventing radiation-induced heart disease, which is a good model for many heart pathologies normal heart disease. I learned about H2 as a potential radical scavenger that could more easily permeate the injured organs; although skeptical our lab began investigations and were amazed at the protective effects. We did the experiments again and again to confirm the results, as they were difficult to believe. The benefits of hydrogen are more believable now that we know that hydrogen is not simply an antioxidant, but modulates signal transduction, expression of miRNAs, and protein interactions. We still do not know the exact mechanism of these effects, but the clinical applications of hydrogen as a medical gas strongly warrant our further attention.
USA / Serbia
Prof. Dušan Miljkovič is a world-renowned expert with more than 30 different patents, including the most important for us, US patent number 8852660B2, which revealed to the world the area of Molecular Hydrogen and its effects on health and beauty few years ago; this discovery started the most interesting part of his long career.
Since Professor Dušan Miljkovic has produced several prototypes of Molecular Hydrogen-based products, it has been going on for several years and during that time, of course, several suspected immitations have been made in the form of hydrogen tablets or capsules that promise users the same or similar effect as products made by Professor Dušan Miljkovic himself.
Headmaster and an owner of the Spa sanatorium Dr. PETAK s.r.o.
„I’m closely connected to the belief that Molecular hydrogen can be used in modern medicine due to my own health experience.“
MUDr. Peták Josef graduated the Faculty of Medicine in Hradec králové and after years at the internal department in Brno he recieved an attestation. He devoted part of his career to working with athletes especially basketball players and even jet pilots. This part of his career he completed with an attestetion from Aerospace Medicine.
Since 1976 he focused on treating patients after heart attack and heart surgeries in Frantiskove Lazne and he recieved an attestation from Rehabilitation and Balneology.
In 1994 he opened his own private rehabilitation centre and since 2001 he started doing spa treatments in his newly-built spa house where he focused on indication and treatment of cardiovascular and musculoskeletal problems.
Pavel Malovič M.D. works in Bratislava where he graduated from the Medical Faculty (4 attestations). He completed his education at Vienna University and University in Orlando (USA). For several years he has been the Chief Expert of the Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic for Physical Education.
He has been the head of the Department of Physical Medicine at the University Hospital in Bratislava for over 25 years and is currently the head of the Department of Physical Medicine at UNB.
Many people know Pavel Malovič M.D. as a popular sports doctor who has been working with the Slovak professional football teams for many years, formerly Czechoslovakia. Pavel Malovič M.D. has also worked in international football structures (UEFA, FIFA). As a UEFA Doping Commissioner, FIFA, has repeatedly participated in the European Football Championship, is active in the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA European League.
Using molecular hydrogen in sport, Pavel Malovič M.D. has been working for several years and has already written numerous articles on his experience, thanks to which we have the opportunity to present and spread the practical usage of molecular hydrogen
Faculty of Physical Culture, Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech republic
Assoc. Prof. Botek is a teacher and researcher at the Faculty of Physical Culture, Palacky University in Olomouc, and he is specialized in allied health sciences and exercise physiology, specifically in autonomic nervous system analysis via heart rate variability, simulated altitude, assessment of body response to molecular hydrogen administration, and laboratory performance testing in adolescents, adults, and seniors, respectively.
Positioin and honors
2007 – present: Czech Society of Sports Medicine
2014 – present: Czech Kinanthropology Association
2017 – present: Collaborative Research in Bioactives and Biomarkers Group (University of Canberra, Australia)
2016 – present: Executive member of international conference board (Sports Medicine and other Sports Sciences)
Czech Republic/Holland – Biomed Expert
Prof. Elsacker has more than 50 years of research experience. He became a specialist in the field of how human cells are created and communicate with each other (Crosstalk of Cells).
He spent last 4 years researching on how can molecular hydrogen help to diabetes and cancer patients. As one of the advisory board expert members of the European Institute for Molecular Hydrogen Therapy (www.EIMHT.com ) his aim is to support and help all health professionals who are involved in the field of molecular hydrogen therapy in relation to diabetes and cancer.
Doctor, health teacher combining acupunture, dietotherapy and the latest scientific achievements in over 30 years of practice. Author of the books „Let’s talk about Acupuncture”, “Open the Pandora’s box” and “For health! How to achieve harmony of body, spirit and mind.”
A medical doctor with an interest in pathology and aging. Unites the knowledge of traditional medicine with possibilities of modern technologies.
Student of the 3rd medical faculty of Charles University. After graduation she worked as a secondary doctor in the pathology department of hospital in Kolín on Labe since 2005-2011, then ad CGB laboratories in Ostrava till the end of 2014. From the beginning of 2015 till now she is working as a secondary doctor at the department of Geriatrics in the Town Hospital in Ostrava. In the beginning of 2013 Dr. Markantová starts with the project of the Clinics of Natural Medicine – European Traditional Medicine. Here she works on natural fighting diseases and aging. Dr. Markantova takes part on the stages of medical conferences, authors articles and works on the acknowledging of traditional medicine and also molecular hydrogen medicine, and their use in terms of conventional medicine.
In 1997 she earned master degree in biology and chemistry from the Faculty of Science at he University of Ostrava. Afterwards she studied clinical pharmacology at the Faculty
of Medicine at the Palacký University Olomouc and she earned Ph.D. degree in 2002. From 1999 till 2012 she worked on therapeutic drug monitoring at the Institute of Clinical Pharmacology at the University Hospital in Ostrava.
David Suchý graduated from Charles University Prague, Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen – generale medicine in 1995. He took a Ph.D. degree in 2009 at Palacky University, Faculty of Medicine in Olomouc with the doctoral thesis:
“Pharmacokinetic of cyclosporine in patients with rheumatic diseases“ He works as head of Dept. Of Clinical Pharmacology and also head of Independent Ethic Comitee of University Hospital in Pilsen. His specialisation include rheumatology and clinical pharmacology. He participates in research projects in the fields of early diagnosis of rheumatic diseases, treatment and personalised medicine focused on biomarkers in rheumatology in cooperation with Institute of Rheumatology Prague. He is an author and co-author of more than 40 articles in medical journals.