Applied Human Cryobiology
Editor: Prof. Dr. Klaus H. Sames
Applied Human Cryobiology (AHC) covers human cryobiology with an accent on organ cryopreservation and project planning for cryopreservation of the entire human organism as well as today's cryopreservation of deanimated human bodies for a future medicine which may be able to revive such human remains.
All cryobiological projects with the potential to save and maintain human life will be subject of the publications within AHC. Research on these projects should result in significant progress in emergency medicine as well.
Prof. Dr. Klaus H. Sames, born in Kassel, Germany, in 1939, worked as a physician and anatomist for 4 decades in research on the extension of the life span. He was the first university teacher in experimental biological gerontology in Germany. Currently, he works as a scientific advisor for Cryonics Institute (Clinton Township, Michigan, USA) and is an honorary member of the German Society of Gerontology and Geriatrics as well as honorary chairman of the German Society of Applied Biostasis. He has assisted in several suspension cases in cooperation with Cryonics Institute. Klaus Sames has been editor or co-editor of several books and author or co-author of several papers published in Z Gerontol Geriatr (Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie) treating gerontology and the extension of the life span including cryonics.
Human and Animal Projects and Results€39.90ibidem156 PagesThis second volume of the Applied Human Cryobiology series contains presentations on the second German scientific symposium 2014 in Dresden as well as contributions of outstanding scientists in cryonics....Available
Klaus Sames€34.90ibidem192 PagesThe volume at hand presents the proceedings at the first scientific cryonics symposium in Germany with additional contributions by expert authors. The topics discussed encompass the scientific basis of...Available