Keynote - The Autism Nexus: New Discoveries of Links Among the Gut Microbiome, the Immune System, and Brain Dysfunction and What YOU Can Do!

Premier researchers Dr. James Jeffrey Bradstreet,. Prof. Dr. Marco Ruggiero of Italy, and Dr. Yi Jin of the Newport Brain Research Center will present cutting-edge innovations in autism therapies. Their research can explain the relationship of the immune system to brain function. Topics include vitamin D deficiency, vitamin D binding protein (GcMAF), magnetic resonant therapy (MRT), a unique application of transcranial magnetic brain stimulation, transcranial ultrasound (TUS), and the body’s endocannabinoid system. The preliminary findings of the controlled study on MRT will be announced during the presentation.

Yi Jin, MD

Dr. Yi Jin is a psychiatrist with 30 years of neuroscience research experiences. He is a faculty members at both UCSD and USC. He has co-founded two biomed companies, Neosync, Inc. and Newport Brain Research Laboratory (NBRL), and currently holds positions of COB and CMO in NBRL.

Marco Ruggiero, PhD, MD

Earned a PhD in molecular biology and is a doctor specializing in clinical radiology. He worked at Burroughs Wellcome, publishing a seminal paper with Nobel Laureate Sir John Vane, and subsequently at the National Cancer Institute of the NIH. He has published more than 150 peer-reviewed scientific papers. For 20 years he has worked on the vitamin D axis, a metabolic pathway that includes GcMAF. In the past 3 years he has published studies on the immunotherapeutic effects of GcMAF in a variety of conditions.

James Jeffrey Bradstreet, MD, MD(H) FAAFP, FMAPS

Dr. Bradstreet is extensively published and involved in ongoing research into the immune system and brain physics (TMS/MRT) of autism. He is on faculty at Western University of Health Sciences Faculty for Autism Collaboration and Education (FACE) and is working with the faculty to develop innovative biomedical techniques to restore functionality to individuals with autism spectrum disorders. He recent publications cover topics in immunology, brain imaging and stem cell interventions.