Glenn Warden, MD, MBA, FACS
Chief Medical Officer
Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board
PluroGen Therapeutics, Inc.
    Glenn Warden received his M.D. from the University of Utah in 1968.  His
    distinguished career in burn surgery began with a research fellowship at the
    United States Army Institute of Surgical Research Burn Unit at Brooke Army
    Medical Center (1971-1974).  In 1976, he was appointed to the surgical faculty
    at the University of Utah, rising to full Professorship in 1985.  He served as
    Director of the Intermountain Burn Center and the Trauma Division in the
    Department of Surgery from 1977 to 1985.  In 1985, he became Professor of
    Surgery at the University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine, Director of the Burn
    Division of the Department of Surgery and the Chief of Staff of the Shriners
Hospital for Children – Cincinnati Burns Hospital.  He was appointed Vice-Chairman of the
Department of Surgery in 1997.  In 1999, he received a Masters of Business Administration from
Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio.Dr. Warden has authored over 600 manuscripts in burn care
and serves as Emeritus Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation.  He was
President of the American Burn Association (ABA) from 1992-1993 and recipient of the coveted
Harvey Stuart Allen Distinguished Service Award in 1997  and the American Burn Association
Special Achievement Award in 2006.  He chaired the General and Plastic Surgery Devices Council of
the Food and Drug Administration in 1992 and contributes to several medical advisory boards and
39 professional societies.  Dr. Warden is currently Adjunct Professor of Surgery, University of Utah,
Professor of Surgery Emeritus, University of Cincinnati, Emeritus Chief of Staff of the Shriners
Hospital for Children, Cincinnati Burns Hospital and Staff Surgeon, Intermountain Shrine Hospital
for Children, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Prompted by his long interest in tissue banking, Dr. Warden became CEO of USTC Tissue and Cell
in 2000 and retired from surgery to perform this role full time from 2004-2005.  He presently serves
as CEO of Warden BioScience Associates in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Josef Fischer, MD, FACS
Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School
Surgeon in chief and Chairman
Department of surgery
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
    Dr. Fischer attended Harvard Medical School, graduating magna cum laude in
    1961. He interrupted residency training at Massachusetts General Hospital
    twice, first serving as a research associate at the National Institutes of Health
    from 1963-1965 with Dr. Julius Axelrod and Dr. Irwin Kopin and again to work
    with Dr. K. Frank Austen at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in 1968. After
    serving as the east service chief resident in 1969, Dr. Fischer joined the faculty
    at Harvard in 1970, rising to associate professor in 1975 and serving as head of
    the Surgical Physiological Laboratory, and chief of the Hyperalimentation Unit at
    the Massachusetts General Hospital.
In 1978, Dr. Fischer assumed the position of Christian R. Holmes Professor and chairman of the
department of surgery at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. In 1999, Dr. Fischer
assumed the additional position of Associate Dean for Community Affairs. Dr. Fischer's principal
interests are gastrointestinal surgery, metabolism, especially as it relates to sepsis, nutritional
support, liver disease, and cancer anorexia and cachexia. He has contributed to more than 750
publications and has edited eight books. He has served on councils of most surgical organizations,
was president of the Halsted Society, the Surgical Infection Society, and the Central Surgical
Association. He served as chairman of the American Board of Surgery in 1998, and is currently on
the Residency Review Committee for Surgery. Dr. Fischer has served as Governor and First Vice
President of the American College of Surgeons and is current Chairman of the Advisory Council for
General Surgery. He received the Distinguished Service Award in 1997 and in 1996; he received
the Distinguished Service Award from the Ohio Chapter of the American College of Surgeons, of
which he served as President in 1995. The University of Cincinnati awarded Dr. Fischer the Award
for Excellence in 1997. He holds an honorary Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of
Lund, Sweden, and is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.

David Herndon, MD, FACS
Jesse H Jones Distinguished Chair in Burn Surgery
University of Texas Medical Branch
Chief of Staff and Director of Research
University of Texas Medical Branch and Shriners Burns Institute
    David N. Herndon, M.D., is chief of staff at the Galveston Shriners Hospital. He
    received his undergraduate (magna cum laude) and his doctor of medicine
    degrees from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He received
    his surgical training at Duke University, the Army Institute for Surgical Research,
    and the New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, where he was appointed
    chief of burn services upon completion of his surgical residency. In 1981,
    Herndon joined the Galveston Shriners Hospital in his present position as well
    as director of burns services at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB).
    In 1988, Herndon assumed the Jesse H. Jones Distinguished Chair in Burn
Dr. Herndon is an honorary member of Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha, and has been
selected for many honors including the James IV Traveling Fellowship, International James IV
Surgical Society, Meritorious Service Award from the State of Texas, and the Distinguished Service
Medal from the U.S. Army.  He has published a textbook entitled Total Burn Care and is now
on a second edition. He has been Chairman of the Residency Advisory Committee in the
Department of Surgery at UTMB and presently serves as Chairman of the Center of Excellence in
Trauma, Infection and Repair Task Force, also at UTMB.  Dr. Herndon has served as President of
the American Burn Association and is the current President of the International Society of Burn

Thomas K. Hunt, MD, FACS
Professor Emeritus
Director, Wound Healing Laboratory
University of California, San Francisco
    Dr. Hunt graduated from Harvard Medical School.  He completed his General
    Surgery residency training at the Boston City hospital and the University of
    Oregon Medical School. He is one of the early leaders in wound healing
    research.  He has written numerous articles and books on wound healing and
    has received numerous awards nationally and internationally. He has been
    Director of the Wound Healing Laboratory in the Department of Surgery,
    University of California in San Francisco since its inception.  He also served as
    Vice Chairman of the Department of Surgery in San Francisco for many years.
He is professor Emeritus of the Department of Surgery, University of California, San Francisco. He
was a founding member of the Wound healing Society and served as its first President from 1989 –

Basil Pruitt, Jr. MD, FACS
Professor of Surgery
Department of Surgery
University of Texas at San Antonio
Editor in Chief, Journal of Trauma
    Dr. Pruitt received his MD degree from Tufts University School of Medicine in
    1957. He began his residency at the Boston City Hospital and completed it at
    Brooke General Hospital in 1964. During a year in Vietnam he served as Chief of
    Professional Services at the 12th Evacuation Hospital and the Chief of the
    Trauma Research Team. He then became Commander and Director of the U. S.
    Army Institute of Surgical Research (Army Burn Center), a position he held for
    the last 27 of his 35 years as a military surgeon. In January 1996 he joined the
    faculty at UTHSCSA as Clinical Professor of Surgery. Dr. Pruitt is presently the
    Editor of the Journal of Trauma and has served on 14 other editorial boards.
Dr. Pruitt is a senior member of the American Board of Surgery and has served on the NIH Surgery,
Anesthesiology, and Trauma Study Section, the VA Merit Review Board for Surgery, and on four
research advisory boards for the Shriners Hospitals. He has served as president of the American
Burn Association, International Society of Burn injury, American Association for the Surgery of
Trauma and American Surgical Association.

Naoki Aikawa MD, D.M.Sc, FACS
General Director
Keio University Hospital, Tokyo, Japan
    Dr. Aikawa is Professor, Department of Emergency & Critical Care Medicine,
    School of MedicinKeio University, Tokyo and General Director, Keio University
    Hospital, Tokyo.  He received his medical education at School of Medicine, Keio
    University in 1968 and Doctor of Medical Science (D.M.Sc.) in 1981. He
    completed a general surgery residency in 1978. He has been a member of the
    American Burn Association since 1975 and received the Everett Idris Even
    Memorial Award in 1995. He has been activity involved in the international
    Sociality for Burn Injury and served as president in 2004.  He has been
    president of the Japanese Society for Burn Injuries, Japanese Association for
Acute Medicine, Japanese Shock Society, and American College of Surgeons, Japanese chapter.   
He has been on numerous committees for the Japanese government including Central Drug
Administration Committee and the Drug and Food Administration Committee.

David P. Mackie MD
Rode Kruis Ziekenhuis Vondellaan 13 Beverwijk
    Dr. Mackie is Anesthesiologist/ intensivist at the Red Cross Hospital, Beverwijk,
    Netherlands. He received his medical education Edinburgh, England in 1978.  He
    completed an anesthesiology residency in the Netherlands in 1979
    and a Specialist in Intensive Care in the Netherlands in 1993. He has numerous
    publications in the areas of skin allografts and tissue banking, intensive care
    and selective decontamination of the digestive tract. He became an Executive
    member of the European Burns Association in 1991 and was president of the
    European Burns Association from 2003 – 2005. He has been actively involved
    with the International Society of Burn Injury and now serves as Secretary.

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