Bucharest, Romania (September 12,2016) (PRWEB) September 21, 2016
This partnership will create a new subsidiary, Global LIFE, to build a Center of Excellence in Bucharest, Romania specializing in regenerative medicine. The facility will consist of a hospital and GMP laboratory for research and development of existing and new products and protocols using regenerative medicine to help patients heal faster. The Global LIFE facility will be located within an existing building owned by BOMAX Group designed to be the “OTOPENI Recovery Center” located near the International Airport in Bucharest.
The Center of Excellence will be a state of the art medical facility offering advancements in medicine under the guidance of Global ACADEMY, a subsidiary of GOB. Global ACADEMY consists of the world’s most prestigious researchers, scientists, and physicians in various fields of medicine from the USA, Europe & Asia. Global ACADEMY has developed innovative therapies in regenerative medicine around the world and the Center of Excellence will create the proper environment for these scientists to introduce their protocols and proven medical devices under a regulated medical application in Europe.
The Global LIFE vision is to develop innovative treatments and products utilizing minimally invasive therapeutic approaches using the body’s natural healing ability. To achieve its goal, the Global LIFE translational research program has a mission to conduct basic research in fundamental stem cell biology and to translate and commercialize research outputs by developing regenerative medicine therapies and products for patient applications. Supporting the realization of our vision are the strategic partnerships Global LIFE has forged with worldwide recognized research centers and scientists.
Dr. Dzihan Abazovic (GOB Scientific Officer), “Global LIFE focus is to use the basic research brought from our strategic partners and translate it into clinical trial applications – to successful progress from research to human therapy with effective treatments and products. Global LIFE will allow European patients access to novel therapies through state-of-the-art clinical trials and research. It will allow Global LIFE to build on its existing partnerships with European companies operating in the medical technology area, to further develop a global hub of medical device technology in Romania.”
Randy Beimel (GOB President), “The creation of Global LIFE in Bucharest, Romania demonstrates to our worldwide partners that GOB is focused on its commitment to bring innovative medical techniques from around the world to Europe. My experience with spending time with these brilliant scientists and surgeons from around the world has shown me that great minds offer great ideas and the creation of Global LIFE provides a platform for these great ideas to be developed and proven in Europe under EU law giving GOB the opportunity to introduce these innovative medical devices and protocols to the European medical community.”
Sorin Bonciu, (BOMAX Trading President), “The Global Academy has provided the opportunity to introduce new innovative medical applications in regenerative medicine from some of the world’s leading scientists. The Center of Excellence will immediately be the go-to facility in Romania and the rest of Europe for the latest, most advanced applications in regenerative medicine from around the globe.”
Valentin Neata, Global LIFE partner and President Euro Communications & Consulting. “Romania has been chosen to participate to this project because the country belongs to the European Union, has a strong and internationalyl well known medical school, good and well trained doctors, and hundreds of medical researchers. One of the major priorities of the country is to enhance and strengthen the medical sector and EU grant funds are now available for the new Research & Development Department created within the project. Romania is also close to Asia and the Middle East, parts of the world very active and open to Regenerative Medicine.”
About BOMAX Group
The businessman Sorin Bonciu is part of the first wave of Romanian entrepreneurs, entering the business immediately after the Revolution. At present, the architecture group Bomax Group comprises several companies with activities in trade and energy sectors. Bomax Trading company founded in 1993, is the company that gave its name to the group. The company is owned by Sorin percentage of 99.29%, Bonciu remaining 0.71% by Bonciu returning shareholder Catherine. Bomax concentrates 82.5% of Electricom Trading SA, another company in the group controlled by Bonciu. Electricom has been working 40 years in the energy sector, and is one of the equipment suppliers to companies. Under the umbrella Bomax Group companies include: Comat Giurgiu, Eagle International SA, Venetian and Altius Construct International SA.
About Global OrthoBiologic (GOB)
Global OrthoBiologic, based in Miami Florida, invests, identifies, develops and markets ground-breaking medical technologies related to Regenerative Medicine in the global market. Global OrthoBiologic is a privately-held medical technologies company specializing in therapies that significantly enhance the body’s natural healing ability. The company has developed extensive experience in the most advanced medical device industries. In the past several years, the emphasis has been focused exclusively on Regenerative Medicine and stem cell technologies, products, and therapies. The technologies for stem cells are cutting edge, safe, clean and do not use any additives, enzymes, or require culturing or growing of cells. Global OrthoBiologic consults with medical technology companies that are startups and/or companies looking to expand and grow their business. Global OrthoBiologic has built a comprehensive network of experts in Europe, South America, Middle East, Asia, and Australia. The company partners with recognized medical facilities worldwide for evidence-based clinical medicine. Global Orthobiologic has additional sales offices in Sofia, Bulgaria and Dubai, UAE, as well as a distribution center in Amsterdam, Netherlands.