Saving lives always a priority. In the 1990s i founded a series of companies to solve for the organ donor shortage (kidney, heart, liver) and lifesaving technologies to preserve the brain intact long enough to save the life of soldiers in the field who were bleeding out. Devices we created have saved tens of thousands of lives and is a London Public company on London Stock Exchange and now used the world over. At one time i was overseeing a patent portfolio of 150+ medical patents (many my own) and completed Cooperative Research & Development Agreements (CRADAs) with the Department of Defense, NASA, FDA, Stanford Research Institute, American National Red Cross and others. We launched the first series of patents on Brain Resuscitation and moved the American National Red Cross blood preservation research team over to the Navy Medical Research Institute and was notified we filed more intellectual property and patents than any other team in their history and also won the Grand Prize in Medicine, and Humanitarian Awards.