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Bruce Werber is currently acting as the President of BioStem Life Sciences tissue bank. From 2011 to 2016, he served as a consultant of medical and surgical industries of Cuboid Associates. From 1981 to 2014, he practiced as a Board-Certified reconstructive foot and ankle surgeon in Rhode Island and then in Arizona, the CEO of several medical practices 1981 until 2017. In 2012, he founded and, from 2012 to 2015, served as the President of Amnio Technology LLC, creating the company as well as developing the processing and clinical science related to utilizing placental tissue in orthopedic medicine. Prior to founding Amnio Technology, he wrote and published two peer reviewed papers relating to using placental tissue in the treatment of diabetic wounds, plantar fasciosis and Achilles tendinosis. He has spoken and lectured on this topic extensively around the United States and internationally. He has completed surgical fellowships in 2003 from Athens Institute for Orthopedics in Athens Greece, 2002/04 at the Ilizarov Institute in Kurgan Russia, and in 1989 Hadassah Hospital Jerusalem Israel. He was developing expertise in limb preservation techniques most notably reconstruction of the Charcot Foot with external fixation. Also, teaching positions of Professor at Midwestern University in Phoenix, AZ, and past faculty of Root Biomechanical Foundation. He has submitted eight patent applications in the area of placental tissue, six of which are still pending and two have been granted. Plus 2 additional patents in orthopedic implant designs. He served as the President of the American College of Foot and Ankle surgeons from 2003 to 2004. He has been a leader in the field of foot and ankle surgery, introducing new successful technologies to improve patient outcomes. His extensive business experience includes the development of the Anu Life Sciences 2016 thru 2017 which was acquired and became BioStem Life Sciences, in addition to founding and managing successful medical practices in Rhode Island and Arizona. He earned his DPM (Doctor of Podiatric Medicine) in 1980 from the California College of Podiatric Medicine in San Francisco, CA, Biomedical engineering master’s at Brooklyn PolyTech 1977 and a B.S. in Biology-Physics in 1976 from Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY.