CryoSave’s operations are underpinned by strong medical know-how thanks to a network of medical doctors and medical professionals dedicated to supporting our activity. Each and every one of our medical staff believes that the stem cells we store for you will contribute substantially, in the near future, to the treatment of a growing number of diseases.
Assen Pachejieff, MD, (Bulgaria) is a a medical doctor and a gifted linguist, speaking no less than five languages. He is currently the country manager for CryoSave Bulgaria. He has had many papers published and has contributed to numerous other medical publications. On a daily basis, Dr. Assen is involved in developing the business for the Bulgarian market.
Sally Snyman (Sennitt), MD, FRCA, (England) qualified as a medical doctor from the University of London and specialised in anaesthesiology (FRCA, London). She has worked in clinical anaesthesia in the UK, Switzerland and South Africa and also has experience in regulatory affairs and quality management within the field of medical devices both in Europe and the USA. She has been the responsible person for the CryoSave lab activities in Belgium since Oct 2009.
Marcin Jurga, Doctor of Medical Sciences (PhD) (Poland), currently CryoSave’s Research and Development Manager, based at the flagship laboratory in Niel, Belgium. Marcin Jurga graduated at Warsaw University in Poland and got Ph.D. degree at Medical Research Institute of Polish Academy of Sciences. Marcin specializes for over 10 years in neurobiology, adult stem cells, tissue engineering, regenerative medicine and stem cell differentiation. Marcin has a long track record of scientific publications with over 20 peer-reviewed papers, 2 book chapters and over 60 presentations including invited lectures. Marcin Jurga has experience in management of multicenter research projects and preparation of clinical trials in stem cell regenerative medicine. Marcin received several prestigious awards e.g. The Chairman of the Polish Council of Ministers’ award in 2008; Stipend START for Best Young Polish Scientist awarded by The Foundation for Polish Science in 2007 and numerous international scholarships (e.g. NIH, IBRO, FENS, ESTIV). Marcin is peer reviewer of several scientific journals and grant committees.