Robert H. Keller M.D., M.C., FACP
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on the Immune System
Dr. Keller devoted 25 years to researching and studying the immune system. Dr. Keller served as the Director of Research of Vit-Immune Inc., which develops, tests and markets unique nutritional supplements focused on strengthening the Immune System - including a supplement that enhances the benefits of the antiviral agent, PBS119. (PBS Patent Number 6,734,192)
As Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of Phoenix Biosciences, he was instrumental in the development of the company's first antiviral agent, PBS119. Dr. Keller had been diligently working with a team of specialists to find a treatment for various forms of immune-based diseases, specifically HIV/AIDS. The Company is seeking to expand the patent coverage for its innovative HIV/AIDS treatment, PBS119, to include hepatitis A, B and C, herpes simplex virus 2, Epstein Barr and meningitis.
In 1994 Dr. Keller founded Biodoron, a state of the art medical clinic for the innovative treatment of patients afflicted with chronic illnesses such as HIV, Hemophilia, Hepatitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Autoimmune diseases and after cancer care for rebuilding the immune system.
Dr. Keller previously served as the Director of Research for Coulter Immunology. Before that, Dr. Keller served as Director of the Marcus Center of Immunology Research for nine years. Earlier, he was a Professor of Health Sciences at the University of Wisconsin and prior, a Clinical Investigator at the Milwaukee Veterans’ Hospital Center. In addition, he served as the Associate Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics, and Biophysics at the Medical College of Wisconsin. As Assistant Professor, Dr. Keller also worked at the Mayo Clinic and University of Minnesota for three years.
Dr. Keller served on numerous NIH and VA Scientific Review Boards and as Immunologic Consultant to NASA. He was an elected member of many national and international scientific and medical societies, had been elected as a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and was listed in Who’s Who in Science and Technology and Who’s Who in the World. He was also elected as one of the 2,000 most prominent scientists of the 21st century and held three U.S. patents.
He was awarded the Unsung Hero Award for Medicine from the People with AIDS Coalition of Broward Country, and the Humanitarian of the Year Award from the National Hemophilia Federation. Dr. Keller was also elected to the Board of Governors of the Florida Chapter for the American Academy of HIV medicine. In addition, he was voted one of America’s top physicians in internal medicine, immunology and hematology by the Consumer’s Research Council of America.
Dr. Keller had authored more than 100 peer reviewed research and clinical publications, as well as numerous reviews and text chapters.
Dr. Keller held a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University in New York and a medical degree with high honors from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.