Advisory Board

Professor Dr Michael Klentze

Michael Klentze, Ph.D. is International Medical Director for Thanyapura Health; President of Klentze Medical Education; Associate Professor at the University of Udayana, Indonesia; Associate Professor at UCSI Education Group, Malaysia; Founder of the Klentze Medical Institute, Thailand; Honorary President of the European Society of Anti-Aging Medicine (ESAAM); and General Secretary of the European Center of Aging Research and Education (ECARE).
 
As a worldwide recognized researcher in the field of clinical use of polymorphisms, he lectures worldwide and gives seminars on preventive medicine, endocrinology, and metabolic disorders.
 
Michael is the author of more than 100 papers, published in peer reviewed publications and is the author and coauthor of 10 books in the field of Anti-Aging Medicine, translated into several languages. He authored Anti-Aging. Die Macht der eigenen Hormone and coauthored Die revolutionäre Snips-Methode: Genetisch bedingte Gesundheitsrisiken erkennen und aktiv gegensteuern.
 
In research together with the Genosense company of Vienna / Austria, Michael developed several modules of polymorphisms used for the risk prediction in preventive medicine. He later was involved in stem cell research (reprogramming stem cells) and clinical use of embryonic stem cells. Later he cooperated with Dr. Vijay Sharma of Stempeutics Corp., Bangalore, India in the field of clinical use of MSC stem cells.
 
Michael earned his degree in Medicine at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich in 1975. He completed his OB/GYN training at the University of Tübingen and the Medical Association of South Wurtemberg in 1982. He completed his doctorate “cum laude” at Tbingen Urological Clinic on the subject of “Urethral Syndrome” in 1984. He completed his Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis training at the University of Tübingen in 1996. He became a board certified physician in Regenerative Medicine, Antiaging Medicine, and Endocrinology of Aging at the American Academy of Anti Aging and Regenerative Medicine in 2001.
 
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