RASHA Advisory Board
Dr. Rashid A. Buttar is an osteopathic physician, certified in general surgery, clinical metal toxicology, preventative medicine and emergency medicine, holding fellowship status in three separate national medical organizations. He currently practices in Charlotte, NC, where he is the Medical Director of Advanced Concepts Medicine at The Center for Advanced Medicine and Clinical Research.
Robert Slovak, a degreed Mechanical and Astronautical Engineer, has over 30 years of experience in the water treatment industry, specializing in membrane separation technology and products. Robert and his late-brother, Jack Slovak, are considered the pioneers in reverse-osmosis water technology. He is the founder of Water and Wellness and is also responsible for bringing Original Quinton Marine Plasma water into North America. His career included a “significant contribution” to the POU (Point-of-Use) and commercial/institutional RO (Reverse Osmosis) industry, especially in the area of system design, application knowledge, and technical training.
Isso Kimura PhD., DDS. majored in Anatomy. As the driving force for holistic medicine and heavy metal detoxification in Japan, he has taught over 500 doctors his heavy metal detoxification method, “removal of safe amalgam by USRA method” (www.apollonstyle.com). He holds the highest record of mercury amalgam treatment in Japan. He is a founder of High concentration Vitamin C IV Therapy study group Japan. (http://ivc-org.com). He founded Rasha Institute Japan (www.therasha.jp), a research group organized by Japanese doctors applying quantum mechanics to medical care. He published Japanese book for Quinton marine therapy.(http://www.originalquinton.co.jp) Dr. Kimura is medical advisor of professional MMA and boxing.
Isabel Silvestre, Ph.D., received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Lisbon, Portugal and received her Ph.D. from the University of Porto, Portugal and University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine. After completing a post-doctoral fellowship in cancer immunology at the University of Nevada, Reno, she joined as faculty in 2008. In 2013 and 2014, Dr. Silvestre served as the scientific director of Simmaron Research, Inc., a non-profit foundation that has a mission to benefit patients with neuroimmune diseases, and as a scientist to The Edward P. Evans Foundation, NY. She has more than 18 years of experience studying the biology of NK cells and other immune cells and their applications in pre-clinical and clinical immunotherapy with peer-reviewed publications. She is a member of numerous societies such as the American Association of Immunologists, Society for Natural Immunity and a member of the International Association for ME/CFS. She is a reviewer of journals and foundation and pharmaceutical grants. Dr. Silvestre has received several awards through her career.