“It is not surprising to me that hydrogen has therapeutic potential because we have always been exposed to it. For example, nearly 14 billion years ago, hydrogen was produced by the “Big Bang,” 3.6 billion years ago the earth’s atmosphere was rich in hydrogen gas, which was essential in the genesis of life (e.g. hydrogenases, hydrogosomes, mitochondria, etc.).
Humans developed a symbiotic relationship with hydrogen-producing bacteria. Perhaps the reason that hydrogen has a beneficial biological effect is because we have been exposed to hydrogen gas since the dawn of time. I am extremely interested in knowing the primary targets of hydrogen gas”
Founder and Executive Director of Molecular Hydrogen Foundation
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry
Internship at Nagoya University Japan to research molecular mechanism of H2. Relevant course work include: Biochemistry, Physiology, Advanced Exercise Physiology, Nutritional Biochemistry, Molecular Cell Biology, Quantitative Chemical Analysis, Biology Analysis