Vincent Giampapa, MD, FACS
Dr. Vincent C. Giampapa is a board-certified aesthetic, plastic, and reconstructive surgeon and Assistant Clinical Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ). He is the Director of the Plastic Surgery Center Internationale and the Chief Medical Officer of the Cell Health Institute. Dr. Giampapa is board-certified in plastic surgery by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Giampapa received his MD degree from Mt. Sinai Medical School in New York City and continued his medical training in aesthetic plastic surgery. Upon becoming a certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Giampapa completed a year of microsurgery and hand fellowship at New York University Medical Center. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a Founding Member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and served as President of the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine. He was one of the first board-certified anti-aging aesthetic plastic surgeons in the world.
Over the past several years, Dr. Giampapa has been featured in many national magazines and on national radio and television including CNN, Fox News, Discovery Channel’s Science Channel, Geraldo Rivera, Joan Rivers, Phil Donahue, and Anderson Cooper 360. He has also published numerous articles in both national and international plastic surgery journals as well as book chapters. He has been featured in many articles in both national and international magazines concerning cosmetic surgery and new surgical techniques.
Dr. Giampapa has served as Research Fellow for other prestigious institutes such as Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City and has been the Director of Microsurgery and Re-plantation Surgery at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. His writings have been published in numerous academic journals including the Annals of Plastic Surgery, the Journal of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, and the Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery.
Dr. Giampapa is the author of the first and only medical textbook on anti-aging medicine and age management for medical doctors, titled The Principles and Practices of Anti-Aging Medicine for the Aesthetic Surgeon and Physician (River Publishers, 2012). He also authored consumer books on age management including (1) Breaking the Aging Code (Basic Health Publications); (2) The Anti-Aging Solution: 5 Simples Steps to Looking and Feeling Young (Wiley); (3) The Gene Makeover: The 21st Century Anti-Aging Breakthrough (Basic Health Publications) ); and (4) Younger Today: The Cell Solution to Youthful Aging and Improved Health by Vincent D., M.d. Giampapa and Carol Alt (Basic Health Pubns, 2014).
He has also served as a consultant for NASA in reference to the robotic arm of the space shuttle. His research has been published in technical journal formats as well as genetic engineering journals and other research publications.
He has been awarded over a dozen patents from the United States Government for unique cell culture delivery techniques as well as new drug delivery systems and surgical instrument designs.
Dr. Giampapa is well known in the United States, Latin America, and Europe where he lectures regularly. He is recognized as an innovator in new cosmetic and surgical techniques and surgical instrumentation.
Dr. Vincent Giampapa has been nominated for the Nobel Prize for 2014.
Dr. Giampapa, chief medical officer of the Cell Health Institute and his research team at Rutgers University in New Jersey, have successfully completed stem cell research over the past two years that promises to have a strong global impact on both the quality of health and the economic problems of the world’s aging population. An improvement in these variables will in turn positively influence the current state of political turmoil in a number of countries.
The purpose of the revolutionary science produced by the Giampapa research team has been to focus on improving the quality of health throughout our lifespan rather than the length of life itself.
Increasing the overall quality of life, achieved through a human body’s natural regenerative mechanisms, is now possible. The ability to improve life through the goal of enhancing aged adult stem cell functions has broad benefits to everyone. A healthier humanity means longer periods of productivity and higher quality of life while reducing healthcare and related costs.
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April 7, 2014