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Advanced BioMedical Technologies Inc. Announces Formation of Scientific Advisory Board
Date:11/2/2011

NEW YORK and SHENZHEN, China, Nov. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced BioMedical Technologies Inc. (OTCQB:ABMT), a developer and manufacturer of orthopaedic internal fixation devices, is pleased to announce the formation of its scientific advisory board (SAB). The SAB is comprised of three distinguished physicians and scientists. The combined expertise of the SAB will provide the Company with critical scientific and strategic input as the Company continues to develop its internal fixation devices using its proprietary bio-absorbable material.

Prof. Liu Shang-li, M.D., Ph.D., is a professor and surgeon, specializing in Pediatric Orthopedic, Spinal and Joint Surgery. He currently works as the Director and Chief Physician of Incumbent Orthopaedics Department, Director of Sun Yat-sen Spinal Center, Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Mentor at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University in China. Prof. Liu has published more than 50 papers and co-authored 4 textbooks. He has been awarded with more than 10 prizes in scientific research. Two of his studies, "Bone Tumor Clinical Pathology Research" and "Children Stock Bone Necrosis Pathogenesis", have won government awards in China.  Prof. Liu is a frequent speaker at international academic conferences and he holds the honourable international scholar title from the Cleveland Clinic in USA. He also worked as the Associate Professor and Researcher of spinal column surgical department of the South Illinois University Medical School; Guest Professor of University of Copenhagen, Denmark; Guest Researcher of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Prof. Liu graduated from Sun Yat-sen School of Medicine in China in 1968. After working as a surgeon at various hospitals, he continued his graduate studies in 1978 at Sun Yat-sen School of Medicine, where he was awarded his Master and Ph.D. degrees. He also worked as a Lecturer, Associate Professor, Professor, Deputy Director, Deputy Dean
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