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Chronic Disease Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Novel Therapies

Chronic Disease Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Novel Therapies

Chronic Disease Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Novel Therapies

Dr Lester Mandelker
Dr Lester Mandelker

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Launch date: 22 Dec 2016

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Last updated: 11 Apr 2017

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A 3 part (inclusive) scientific Report on Chronic Disease, Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Novel Therapies.

ABSTRACT
Chronic infammation and disease create oxidative stress. Oxidative stress is simply the elevation of intracellular free radicals (reactive oxygen species/reactive nitrogen species) that accumulate in higher than normal levels. Excessive or inappropriate levels of oxidative stress damage cells and tissues and cause mitochondrial dysfunction.

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The learner will gain a comprehensive understanding of:
Chronic Disease, Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Novel Therapies
Dr Lester Mandelker

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Dr Lester Mandelker

Lester Mandelker, D.V.M., Dip. ABVP Fellow, American Academy of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics.
Private Practitioner since 1972.
Community Veterinary Hospital
1631 West Bay Drive
Largo, Florida 33770

Personal Information:
Born 1945
Married 17 years (wife: Brenda)
Twin 16 year-olds (Boy, Zev, Girl, Blakelee)
Health: Excellent
Hobbies: competitive tennis player/ senior amateur circuit in Florida/state ranking in top 10

Graduated Michigan State University (MSU): 1967 (B.S.), 1968 (DVM).
Private Practitioner, Author, Speaker, Editor, Pharmacology and Nutraceutical Consultant
Private Practitioner since 1972
Owner/Director AAHA Certified Hospital since 1972.
Memberships: AVMA, FVMA, AAHA, FVMA, ABVP, Fellow AAVPT
Past President/Secretary of Pinellas County Veterinary Medical Association 1990-1992
Pinellas County Florida USA.

Diplomate of The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (1986-present)
Certified in Canine and Feline Medicine. Specialty Interest: Pharmacology, Nutraceuticals and
Antioxidants.

Fellow, American Academy of Pharmacology and Therapeutics (FAAVPT) since 2005

Guest Editor and Author: The Veterinary Clinics of North America Jan 2004
哲utraceuticals and Other Biological Therapies

Guest Editor and Author: The Veterinary Clinics of North America Jan 2008
徹xidative Stress: The Role of Mitochondria, Free Radicals and Antioxidants

Co-Editor and Author 鉄tudies on Veterinary Medicine ・ Oxidative Stress in Applied Basic and Clinical Practice・
Humana Press March 2011

Pharmacology Consultant/Moderator Veterinary Information Network (VIN) since 1988

Selected Among Nations Top Veterinarians 2006 & 2007 by the
Consumer痴 Research Council of America

Member Executive Board ・ Association for Pet Obesity Prevention・

Published over 175 scientific articles on pharmacology, medicine and nutraceuticals in journals such as: AVMA journal, VM/SAC, Veterinary Forum and The Veterinary Clinics of North America.

Lead Small Animal Researcher and consultant on Panavira (Antiviral drug) for Nuovobiologics LLC (Nuovobiologics.com)


Dr. Lester Mandelker, DVM of the Community Veterinary Hospital in Largo, FL has been awarded a 2011 AAFP Research Award for a Pilot Study for PANAVIRA™ for the Treatment of Feline Viral Upper Respiratory Disease.

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