our Scientific team
our advisory board
our executive team
luis Romero, MD
Co-Inventor of Patent
Scientific Director

Dr. Romero graduated as Doctor in Medicine from the J.M. Vargas School of Medicine, at Venezuelan Central University. He participated in training programs in Medical Biochemistry at the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research and the Sloan Kettering Institute for Cancer Research, in New York City. He also studied medical and research specialties in Cardiology and Clinical Pharmacology at the University of Massachusetts and Harvard University in Boston. He founded Humanitas International Foundation with the mission to develop worldwide health programs, He is the author of "Adaptogenos", and co-author of the "Healing Power of 8 Sugars"and the "Basic Course in Nutrition". Dr. Romero is President of Humanitas International and Humanitas Technology as well as consultant adviser to the health industry.

John Colman
Co-inventor of Patent
Product Development & Research Director

Scientific adviser and Vice-president, Humanitas Technology, LLC. Wayne State University. Bachelor’s and Postgraduate in pharmacology studies. Former Co-Product Development Director, Life Extension Foundation. Responsible for over $70 million dollars in sales of developed, launched and article-based products in the supplement business. Responsible for 21 major product launches, participation in 40 product launches. Has 22 patents pending. Cited in 3,567 journal articles in the previous 3 years in articles authored. Written 10 human clinical trial protocols. Lead investigator in 5 human clinical trials in the Health, Wellness and Fitness industry.
Vijay Zaveri, M.D.
Clinical Director

Dr. Zaveri is a native of Jeptur, India. He received his Bachelors Degree and Post Graduate Studies of Surgery in Ahmedabad, India. He completed his residency in General Surgery at Howard University Hospital in Washington D.C. and then completed his residency in Otolaryngology at Jackson Memorial Hospital, University of Miami School of Medicine. Dr. Zaveri has extensive experience in the evaluation and the treatment of head and neck diseases. Through his extensive charitable work in Central, South America and the Caribbean, he has gained extensive experience in diagnosis and treatment of tropical infectious diseases. At the present, Dr. Zaveri is affiliated with Mercy Hospital, Miami Children’s Hospital, Doctors Hospital and Bayside Surgical Center. He is the chief and responsible for the ENT Department at the Leon Medical Center and has served as Chairman of Surgery Department at Mercy Hospital. The latest accomplishment awarded to him is the founder chair of department of Otolaryngology at HWCOM, Florida International University. He is an active member of organizations such as, the American Academy of Otolaryngology and American Medical Association. He has served as a board member at Care Plus Health Plans, South Florida ENT Associates, and Mercy Hospital Sleep Lab. With over thirteen publications in all areas of medicine, Dr. Zaveri’s experience presents an invaluable asset to our organization.
Lisa Schneper, PhD
Assistant Professor

Dr. Schneper received her PhD in Biochemistry at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Molecular Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. She has worked closely with Dr. Mathee for the past three years. She will be working closely with Dr. Aileen Marty in developing and describing the business plan and ensuring all the IRB protocols are in place to proceed. She will serve as liaison between parties and assist in coordinating the successful design of the business plan for the in vitro studies and clinical trials.
Aileen Marty, MD, MSn, USN
Clinical Professor,
Department of Molecular Microbiology & Infectious Diseases

Aileen M Marty MD, FACP, Professor; Department of Molecular Microbiology & Infectious Diseases has over 30 years’ experience in the practice of medicine. She served 25 years in the US Navy specializing in Tropical Medicine, Infectious Disease Pathology, and Disaster medicine and in the science, medical response and policy involving weapons of mass destruction. Doctor Marty has served as a professor of emerging infections and pathology at the Uniformed Services University, the Johns Hopkins University, the National Defense University, and the University of Valencia. She has worked with and for the World Health Organization in Europe, Africa, and the Americas. She has extensive in-country experience in infectious diseases, humanitarian assistance, and mass gathering medicine and she is also an Anatomic and Clinical Pathologist with a certificate in Forensic Medicine and has served as an expert witness for various legal cases. She has worked with and for elements of DoD, DHS, DHHS (CDC, NIH), DOS, and USDA developing plans, programs, training, and policy for government agencies, the White House National Security administration, and other government agencies. Dr. Marty has over 90 peer reviewed journal articles, book chapters, and has edited 3 medical books on Infectious diseases, biological warfare, and tropical medicine.
Kalai Mathee, MSc. PhD
Founding Chair & Professor

Dr. Mathee is the Founding Chair and Professor of the Department of Molecular Microbiology and Infectious Diseases at the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine. She is widely respected for her research in molecular genetics and pathogenesis of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. She has identified and developed alternative anti-microbial therapies. She has published over 60 peer-reviewed publications, proceedings and book chapters. She conceived the idea of a consulting group for the development and execution of the clinical trials and has identified key personnel for this project. She will advise the clinical trialsa nd the project execution.