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EnzySurge, Maker of DermaStream(TM), Announces the Formation of its Scientific Advisory Board
Date:6/16/2008

result in faster, more effective and painless wound healing in the hospital, clinics, nursing homes and at home.

The members of EnzySurge's Scientific Advisory Board include:

Chairman, David G. Armstrong DPM, MD, PhD is Professor of Surgery and Associate Dean at the Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in Chicago. Armstrong is Director of the Center for Lower Extremity Ambulatory Research (CLEAR). He has produced more than 230 peer-reviewed research papers in more than two dozen scholarly medical journals as well as over two dozen book chapters and is co-Editor of the American Diabetes Association (ADA)'s Clinical Care of the Diabetic Foot. Armstrong was selected as one of the first six International Wound Care Ambassadors and is the recipient of numerous awards by national and international medical organizations. He is past Chair of Scientific Sessions for the ADA's Foot Care Council, and a past member of the National Board of Directors of the ADA. Armstrong is the founder and co-chair of the International Diabetic Foot Conference (DF-Con), the largest annual international symposium on the diabetic foot in the world.

Rob Kirsner MD, PhD is a Professor and Vice Chairman of the School of Medicine, University of Miami, School of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery. Dr. Kirsner received certifications from the National Board of Medical Examiners, American Board of Dermatology and American Academy of Wound Management. Dr. Kirsner's clinical interests are in wound healing, leg ulcers, skin cancer, medical dermatology and cutaneous surgery. He is active in research in wound healing, health care policy, dermatoepidemiology, inpatient dermatology and cancer control and prevention.

Diane L. Krasner, PhD, RN, FAAN is a Wound & Skin Care Consultant based in York, Pennsylvania. She works part-time as the WOCN / Special Projects Nurse at Rest Haven - York. She has been the lead co-editor of Chroni
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