Marvin Edeas - Ncbi
Marvin Edeas’ Past
Marvin Edeas (Nih.gov) was hired by the Pulmonary Diseases Department at Armand Trousseau Hospital in the early part of the nineties. In the Department of Internal Medicine at Pitié Salpêtrière, he worked on gastrointestinal disease. At the Paris-Descartes University, Marvin Edeas followed a curriculum on infectious diseases.
He has also penned literature aimed at a more general audience, such as “The Health Secrets of Tea” in the year 2005. As well as his own publications, the research Marvin Edeas conducts is frequently the focus of reports in the press. Several books and publications have been authored by Marvin Edeas.
Marvin Edeas - A World-renowned Scientist
Marvin Edeas collaborates with the Agency of Biomedicine, the Agency for the Evaluation of Research and Higher-Education, on top of the National Science Center in Krakow, Poland. He chairs a variety of scientific committees, including that of the Congress on Targeting Glycation & Maillard Reaction and Non-invasive Markers in Various Chronic Pathologies. His yearly congress, Paris Redox, is unsurprisingly handled by the Chair of the International Society of Antioxidants. Marvin Edeas is co-editor of the Mitochondria Society's company magazine and additionally chairs its 12-monthly congress, as a founder and former Chair.
He also chairs the ISANH (International Society of Antioxidants in Nutrition & Health), created in '98 by Marvin Edeas. The well established French Society of Antioxidants is chaired by him. In addition to being devoted to their applications in therapeutic and preventative treatments, the SFA promotes the use of antioxidants in nutrition and health. The SFA, ISANH and Marvin Edeas work to transfer their research to real applications whether clinical, pharmaceutical, nutritional or cosmetic.
HIV - Important Research
The latency mechanisms of HIV in HIV-positive patients, on top of the activation factors, is an area which he invested six years studying at the Antoine Béclère Hospital. Marvin Edeas participated in the earliest clinical study on the effects of antiretroviral therapy on lactic acidosis and hyperlactatemia. Marvin Edeas was recognised by Sidaction for his work on HIV.