Dr. Matthias Löhr
Scientific Advisory Board.
Professor of gastroenterology and hepatology
Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden
United States of America
Dr. Matthias Löhr is Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Löhr served as Principal Investigator for the Phase 1/2 and Phase 2 clinical trials of PharmaCyte Biotech’s pancreatic cancer treatment that were completed in the early 2000s. Not only is he familiar with the Cell-in-a-Box® live cell encapsulation technology that forms the core of PharmaCyte Biotech’s pancreatic cancer treatment, he has actually administered PharmaCyte Biotech’s treatment (the combination of Cell-in-a-Box® capsules with low doses of the well-known anticancer drug ifosfamide) in clinical trials in patients with advanced, inoperable pancreatic cancer. Dr. Löhr is also serving as a consultant to PharmaCyte Biotech in connection with its development of treatments for pancreatic cancer and diabetes based on the Cell-in-a-Box® technology. Dr. Löhr has expertise in the treatment of both diseases in addition to thoroughly understanding the Cell-in-a-Box® technology and its use in a clinical setting.
Dr. Löhr is Professor of gastroenterology and hepatology at the famed Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. He has also served as Professor of Molecular Gastroenterology at the University of Heidelberg and Head of a division at the German Cancer Research Center. Dr. Löhr has also worked as a translational scientist and Principal Investigator in clinical studies in gastrointestinal oncology for many years and has completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Scripps Clinic & Research Foundation in La Jolla, California. Following receipt of his medical degree, Dr. Löhr served a residency in pathology and a residency in internal medicine and gastroenterology in Erlangen and Rostock in Germany, where he was also an Assistant Professor. Dr. Löhr holds a Ph.D. and an M.D. from the Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden. In addition, Dr. Löhr is a Member of Clinical Cooperation Unit of Molecular Gastroenterology at the German Cancer Research Centre, Heidelberg, Germany.