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Dr. Hal Simeroth
Founder, Chief Technical Officer
Hal H. Simeroth, Ph.D. is the co-founder and Chief Technical Officer for DermaTech Research LLC, also acting as lead formulator for the Stemology product line. Dr. Simeroth’s work in formulation led to the initiation and use of a new complex of ingredients that, when combined with growth enhancing ingredients derived in part from laboratory grown colonies of human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSC), enable the formulated combination of ingredients to mimic, more effectively, the body’s natural ‘call to repair’ response. These unique, growth-enhancing secretions, along with THE concomitant performance-enhancing ingredients, are uniquely designed for use in Stemology anti-aging skin care products.
An expert research scientist and research engineer, Dr. Simeroth’s career has spanned more than forty years including experience at both the scientific researcher level and at the director and Vice President of Research level. From June 2004, to June 2008, Dr. Simeroth managed three research projects, all with a focus in biochemistry. At the State University of New York – Buffalo, he helped develop university research patents into a unique cellular identification methodology for detecting molecular level biochemicals. At the University of Texas, Austin he managed a corporate-sponsored research project, which led to a unique bacterial fabrication leading to artificial skin for burn victims. And in cooperation with the University of Dayton research labs, he helped to develop a chemical sensing device to determine harmful chemicals in engine oil.
Dr. Simeroth has also been a consultant in biotechnology as it relates to skin rejuvenation, and over a twenty-year period has served as Vice President of Research and Development for three large public companies: Eagle Computer, MSI Data Corporation and Symbol Technologies. He has also served as Chief Technical Officer in three major corporations: MSI Data, Encad Corporation, and Calcomp Technologies, Inc. In addition, Dr. Simeroth has taught at several top universities including the University of Southern California (USC), where he taught courses in Medical/Pharmaceutical ethics and, as an Adjunct Professor, at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California where he taught business seminars in Technical and Corporate Ethics.
Dr. Simeroth received his Ph.D. in ethics, with a focus in bioethics, from the University of Southern California (USC). Prior to that he completed studies in the Master of Science Engineering Graduate Program of California State University, Fullerton, plus management studies at California Institute of Technology (Cal Tech), and also attended a special research graduate program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Dr. Simeroth received his Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from California State University, Long Beach. He currently resides in Dana Point, Calif.