|ARISTO VOJDANI, Ph.D., Immunology and Microbiology, Bar Ilan University,
Israel, completed his post-graduate work at Tel Aviv University Medical
Center and the University of California Hospital, Los Angeles. Currently
Dr. Vojdani is an Associate Professor at Charles Drew School of Medicine.
Dr. Vojdani is also director of Immunosciences Lab, a licensed clinical laboratory for detecting environmentally caused immunological injuries. The lab's services include: comprehensive immune system evaluations, gastrointestinal evaluations, lymphocyte immune function testing, and immunotoxicology assessments. The company is now developing tests for cancer, Alzheimer's disease, atherosclerosis, and diabetes.
Dr. Vojdani recently testified before the US Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs about the effect of chemical agents on Persian Gulf War veterans. His testimony helped secure the passage of legislation enabling veterans to receive free medical care for neuroimmunological disorders.
Dr. Vojdani has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals, including Internal Medicine, Journal of Nutritional Environmental Medicine and Cancer Research. He may be contacted at 1-800-950-4686.