Advance surgery and divers fellowship in stem cells and regenerative therapy, Dominican Republic.
Domingo Guerra studied at the medical school from Pontificia Universidad CatÃ³lica Madre y Maestra, Dominican Republic. While performing as an outstanding student he was a physiology tutor and professors assistant, graduated with honors. He was then admited to the general surgery residency, where he performed as Chief Resident during his final year, and where he also graduated with highest honors. While having a tremendous career as a surgeon, as science advanced into more deep grounds, he decided to start looking into and studying regenerative medicine, cellular culturing, peptide therapy. As of 2002, he started his regenerative medicine practice (along with his surgical practice) becoming a pioneer in the field in the Dominican Republic. Now after 20 years of a successful career, more than approximately 1,600 patients treated, he has received numerous awards, IOCIM (International Organization for medical research an capacitation) Medical Research Award, Profesional Health Excellency, Prize to the Medical by Achievement for a Better Life. Speaker in various conferences, and numerous interviews, he is now fully dedicated to his Regenerative Medicine practice and research, with outstanding clinical outcomes in patients with degenerative diseases and continuing to update his practice as science advances with new discoveries.