SUMMARY


Senior Researcher with strategic corporate experience in discovering, targeting and applying new technologies and bio-actives for conception and creation of breakthrough personal care products. Proven record in directing and conducting innovative, patented/published, cutting-edge scientific research for claims substantiation of new products.  Management and leadership skills.  Strong academic background and numerous scientific publications. Board member of several international organizations.  

 

SCIENTIFIC - ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE - examples 


 Bioelectromagnetics

  • First time demonstration that EM fields modulate neurotransmitter function in-vitro. Published in Nature.
  • Co-developed and published a new method of electro-diagnosis to measure endogenous 
  • electromagnetic fields of the body. 
  • Demonstrated and published the effect of acoustic energy to enhance immune function. First time discovery that time-varying potential fields have neurological and immunological effects in-vitro. 
  • Published in journal articles and book chapters.
  • Received grant from Fetzer Institute to study bio-effects of potential fields. 
  • Developed a patented a technology to prevent damaging cutaneous effects of EM fields.

 

Photobiology

  •  Demonstrated a novel anti-inflammatory in-vitro effect of orange light
  • Patented a novel anti-oxidant effect of green light using a cell-free system
  • Discovered the ability of red light to activate cytochrome oxidase
  • Researched the detrimental effects of infrared light on the skin

 

Neuroscience    

  • Investigate neurochemical mechanisms of touch/smell and clinically evaluated new bio-actives.
  • A dogma-breaking discovery for the presence of two different neurotransmitters in a neuronal cell line which was published in prestigious journal Nature.
  • Developed and neurochemically characterized new in-vitro neuronal cell models with several 
  • publication in peer-reviewed journals.
  • Discovered and published a new effect of neuro-peptides of immune cell function resulting in 
  • several peer-reviewed publications.
  • Established, for the first time, growth factors necessary for long-term maintenance of human cutaneous mast cells in tissue culture (published results)

 

CORPORATE EXPERIENCE - MANAGEMENT & PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT


ESTEE LAUDER, Melville, NY   1995 - 2009

Senior Principal Scientist - Director New Venture and Applied Research Groups


  • Partnered with brand marketing teams to create new scientific claims strategies for core 
  • brand franchises 
  • Pioneered new clinical protocols for claims substantiation of key product lines
  • Directed, advised and participated in core business R&D task forces. 
  • Recruited and advised consultants from academia and technical companies.
  • Managed elite, futuristic Blue Sky group that oversaw development of unprecedented 
  • technologies ultimately marketed in global products.  
  • Introduced precedent-setting Neurocosmetic products generating millions in annual US retail sales by initiating and directing a Neurophysiology group.  
  • Innovated new direction for skin protection market by developing products with patented technology to protect skin from harmful electromagnetic radiation.
  • Secured world patent and introduced new optical technology for both Spa device and global product offering novel beneficial effect of visible light on skin.
  • Identified, negotiated and collaborated with (cross-industry) suppliers of novel raw materials. 

 

PROFESSISONAL EXPERIENCE


INSTITUTE OF HEARTMATH, Boulder Creek, CA     1993 - 1995                                   

Director of Biomedical Research

 

STANFORD MEDICAL SCHOOL, Stanford, CA        1987 - 1993

Research Scientist in Dermatology Department

 

Mt. SINAI MEDICAL SCHOOL, New York, NY         1984 - 1987

Assistant Professor in Orthopedics Department                           

            

 

HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, Boston, MA           1974 - 1977                                      


Research Assistant 1992- 1995: John F.Kennedy University: Department of Liberal Studies, Orinda, CA. 

Adjunct Professor: taught bioelectromagnetics for non-science students

 

SKILLS  EXPERTISE

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

General Chemistry: Boston University, Chemistry Department, 1971-1972.

Bioelectrochemistry: Columbia University, Bioengineering Program, 1985.

Graduate Student-Neuroimmunology: Stanford Univ, Dermatology Dept, 1989.

Adjunct Professor: Bioelectromagnetics:JFK Univ, Dept Liberal Studies, CA 1992-95.

 

GRANT WRITING

Cancer Research Campaign grant to characterize neural crest tumors - 1978-81

 DermatologyFoundation  grant to measure pH regulation in keratinocytes -1987-88

 Fetzer Foundation  grant to study electromagnetic field effects on immunity-1989-91

 

 COMMUNICATION 

Invited lecturer at National & International Conferences Society for Scientific Exploration  2007

National Institute Clinical Application Behavioral Medicine  South Carolina, 1999

Predicitive Medicine Conference -University of Auvergne France  2000

Electrodiagnosis Conference  St.Petersburg, Russia  1999

Neuroscience Conference Tel Aviv, Israel  1983

 

EDUCATION

 

ST. BARTHOLOMEWS HOSPITAL, London, England 

Postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Medical Electronics,                    

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, London, England 

Ph.D. in Biochemistry,                             

BOSTON UNIVERSITY, Boston, MA  

MS in Biochemistry,                                    

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH, Pittsburgh, PA 

BS in Chemistry,                                

                  

CONSULTING

 

1990-present: Quantum Biology Research Labs: Ridgway, CO. 

Founder/Director

 Consultant & independent research in biolectromagnetics

 Developed new in-vitro assays to demonstrate efficacy of ultra-weak EM fields

 Claims substantiation for companies selling EM devices

 

FELLOWSHIPS

Teaching Fellowship: Boston University, 1971-72.

 Postdoctoral Fellowship: St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Department of Medical Electronics, London, U.K., 1983-84.

 Research Fellow: Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Orthopedics Department, NY, 1984-85.

 Research Fellow:Stanford Medical School, Dermatology Department, CA, 1987-88.

  

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

 Society of Cosmetic Chemists variety of seminars     1998-2008

Several management training & success-promoting courses at Estee Lauder 1998-2006                          

 

BOARD MEMBER

 

 International Society of Bioelectricity: Governing Board Invitee, 1986.

 Foundation for Research on Natural Therapies: Board of Directors, 1989-1992. 

 International Association for New Science: Scientific Advisory Board, 1995-1998.

 

Temple University Frontier Sciences: Editorial Board Member, 1997-present.

Planetary Association for Clean Energy: Board of Directors, 1997-present.

Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine: Editorial Board, 1998-present.

Institute for Scientific Investigation Director, Biophysics Dept. 2011

 

SOCIETY MEMBER

 

Nat Foundation Alt Med: Member Device Evaluation Committee, 2008-present

Bioelectromagnetics Society: Member, 1984-present.

Scientific and Medical Network: Member, England, 1984-present.

 

 

RESEARCH GRANTS

 

 Cancer Research Campaign: Characterization of neural crest tumors. 1978-1981.

 Dermatology Foundation: Intracellular pH in human keratinocytes. 1987-1988.

 Fetzer Foundation: Electromagnetic field regulation of immune system.1989-1991.

  

PATENTS

 

US5958976, Composition & Method for Reducing Stinging in Skin, Neelam Muizzuddin, Ken D Marenus, Glen Rein, Mary Matsui, issued 9/28/1999

 

US20060088602, Electromagnetic Field Regulation Compositions, Paolo Giacomoni, Vasile Ionato-Manzato, Glen Rein, registered 2006

  

WO200200190 Cosmetic and Pharmaceutical Compositions and Methods of Using Green-light Emitting Materials, J. Gubernick, Glen Rein, George Cioca issued 4/8/02 

 

US 61/085213 Methods of treating wrinkles, developing wrinkle treatments and evaluating treatment efficacy, based on newly discovered similarities between wrinkles and skin wounds. T. Mammone, V. Ionita-manzatu, G. Rein filed 8/31/2008

 

MEDIA INTERVIEWS

 

Numerous radio and TV interviews discussing Bioelectromagnetics for lay audiences eg. Thams TV, London, 

 

 THAMES TV, London, England, Mind Over Matter Series Lecture/demonstration on healing with electromagnetic energy, 1980.

 

 Canadian TV, Ottawa. Hazards of Video Display Terminals, 1982.

Interview with A. Microwski on electromagnetic emissions from VDT.

 

 WKEST Radio, San Francisco, Alternative Medicine Series, 1986.

Interview with Dr. Badgley on electromagnetic healing. KISS Radio, Boston, 

Whole Life Expo promotion, 1987.

Interview with S. Danehy on electromagnetic/psychotronic devices.

 

 Newton Cable TV,Boston, Alternative Medicine Program, 1988.

Video interview on scalar electromagnetic energy fields.

 

 FLACH TV, Paris, France, Alternative Medicine in U.S.A., 1989.

Interview on Alternative Medicine research with B.Martino.

 

 Self magazine, 1990

Interview with Michael Castleman on electromagnetic pollution

  

Explore magazine, 1990.

Interview with Jeanne Manning - quantum biology

 

 Redbook magazine, 1991

Interview with Michael Castleman on homeopathy

 

 Beyond 2000 TV, Austrialia, 1994.

Interview about Alternative Medicine research

 

Natural Alternatives Health Talk Radio, nationally syndicated, 1997

Interview with Dr. Ellen Kamhi for Burton Goldberg and myself on alternative medicine

 

 WYNW, Channel 5, Good Morning New York, 1998

Interview about Alternative Medicine

 

Gary Null Radio show 

Two interviews about bioelectromagnetics 

 

INVITED LECTURE

 Bioelectromagnetics only

 

Neurochemical Mechanisms for Healing with Electromagnetic Energy

Parascience Conference, University of London, 1979

 

 Corona Discharge Photography & Electromagnetic Diagnosis of Breast Cancer Internat. Kirlian Research Association, New York  University, 1980.

 

 Spontaneous and Induced Electromagnetic Emissions from Biological Systems

Parascience Conference, University of London, 1980.

 

 Scientific Investigation of the Human Energy Field Wrekin Trust Conference for Scientists and Mystics, Univ. Loughborough, UK. 1981.

 

 Ultra-weak Electromagnetric Emissions and High Voltgage Photography: The Cancer Connection. First Internat. Symposium on Acupuncture & Electrotherapeutics, 1985.

 

Crystals in the Pineal Gland as Transducers of Electromagnetic Energy

First Internat. Crystal Congress, San Francisco, 1986.

 

Healing with Electromagnetic Energy

The White Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel, 1986.

 

 The Teslar Watch: Protection from Harmful Electromagnetic Radiation

Whole Life Expo, Boston, MA, 1987.

  

Psychobiological Mechanisms of Electromagnetic Energies

US Psychotronics Assoc. Conference, Ohio, 1988.

 

Screening Effective Rife Electromagnetic Frequencies using Tumor Growth In-vitro.

National Health Federation, Spartinburg, SC. 1988.

 

Charging and Storing Subtle Energy in Water

Easlem Institute Annual Conference of Healing, Big Sir, CA. 1989.

 

 

Possible Role for the Non-Hertzian Electromagnetic Energy in Biological Systems

Temple University Center for Frontier Science, Philadelphia, PA. 1999.

 

 Energy Medicine for Clinicians 

National Institute for Clinical Applicat of Behavioral Medicine, Hilton Head, 

SC. 2001

 

Electro-pollution and its Prevention

US Psychotronics Association Conference, Cinncinnati, OH, 2003

 

Healing Mechanisms for Non-classical Electromagnetic Energies

Us Psychotronics Association Conference, St. Louis, MO, 2005

 

Electromagnetic Mediation of Water Stewardship

Business Unusual Group, Ridgway, CO. 2007

 

 Energy Healing  Beyond Electromagnetics 

Society for Scientific Exploration, Michegan State Univ., 2007-present

 

German Society for Energy Medicine 

Lecture on non-classical EM fields, Heidelberg, 2009

  

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Bioelectromagnetics (only) 50 additional (biochemistry, pharmacology, etc)

 

Dixey, R., Rein, G. (3H)-Noradrenaline release potentiated in a clonal nerve cell line by low intensity pulsed magnetic 

fields.  Nature 296, 253-256, 1982.

 

Gagnon, T.A. & Rein, G.: The biological significance of water structured with non-Hertzian electromagnetic, 

time reversed waves. J. US Psychotronics Assoc. 4, 26-31, 1990.

 

McCraty, R., Atkinson, M., Rein, G., Watkins, A.D.: Acoustic energy (music) enhances the effect of positive emotional states 

on salivary IgA. Stress Med 12, 167-175, 1996.

 

McCraty, R., Atkinson, M., Rein, G.: ECG spectra: the measurement of coherent and incoherent frequencies and their relationship to mental and emotional states. Proc. ISSSEEM Conf., Monterey, CA., 1993

 

Manzatu, V.I., Ionita-Manzatu, M.I., Giacomoni, P., Rein, G: Aqueous solutions exposed to electric and magnetic fields: spectroscopic and biochemical analysis. Roum Biotechnol Lett 7,783-94, 2002.

 

Mayaud, C., Pilla, A.A., Costal, F., Rein, G.: The effect of pulsating electromagnetically induced current on classical complement-mediated hemolysis.  In:Bioelectric Repair and Growth (eds. E. Fukada, S. Inoue, T. Sakou, H. Takahashi and N. Tsuyama) Nishimura Co., Niigata, Japan, pp. 177-183, 1985.

 

Pilla, A.A., Schmukler, R.E., Kaufman, J.J., Rein, G.: Electromagnetic modulation of biological processes: consideration of cell-waveform interactions.  In:Interactions Between Electromagnetic Fields and Cells (eds.  A. Chiabera and H. Schwan), Plenum Press, N.Y., pp. 423-435, 1985.

 

Rein, G., Dixey, R.: Neurotransmitter release stimulated in a clonal nerve cell line by low intensity pulsed magnetic fields.  In: Nonlinear Electrodynamics in Biological System (eds. W. R. Adey and A.F. Lawrence) Plenum, N.Y., pp. 79-86, 1984.

 

Rein, G., Pilla, A.A.: A new in vitro cell adhesion model system for studying the bioeffects of induced current waveform parameters.  In: Bioelectric Repair and Growth (eds.  E. Fukada, S. Inoue, T. Sakou., H. Takahashi et.al.) Nishimura Co., Niigata, Japan, pp. 199-205, 1985.

 

Rein, G.:Corona discharge photography of human breast tumor biopsies.

     

 J Acupuncture & Electrotherapeutics 10: 305-308, 1985. 

 

       Rein, G.,Pilla, AA.: Biological and physical mechanisms of electromagnetic modulation of cell surface membrane adhesion. Bioelectrical Repair & Growth Soc. Boston, MA 1985

 

       Rein, G.: Weak electromagnetic fields inhibit sodium-dependent transport of neurotransmitters in PC12 cells. 

Bioelectrical Repair & Growth Soc. Atlanta, GA 1986.       

 

       Rein, G.,Korins, K., Pilla A.: Inhibition of neurotransmitter uptake in neuronal cells by pulsed electromagnetic fields. 

9th Annual Bioelectromagnetics Soc. Portland, OR, 1987.

 

Rein, G.:  Effect of non-Hertzian electromagnetic scalar waves on the immune system, J. U.S. Psychotronics Assoc. 2, l5, 

1989.


Rein, G.: Non-Hertzian scalar energy and electromagnetic energy: the biological connection.  In: Proc. Internat. Tesla Soc. (ed. S.R. Ellswick), Internat. Tesla Soc., Colorado Springs, CO, 1990.

 

Rein, G.: Utilization of a cell culture bioassay for measuring quantum fields generated from a modified caduceus coil.  

Proc. Inter. Soc. Energy Conversion & Engineering Conf., Boston, MA, 1991.

 

Rein, G.: The scientific basis for healing with subtle energy.  In: HealingWith Love, L. Laskow, Harper San Francisco, CA, 1992.

 

Rein, G.: Quantum Biology. Tools for Exploration Press, Chatsworth, CA, 1992.

 

Rein, G.: Storage of non-Hertzian frequency information in water.  In: Proc. Internat. Tesla Soc., (ed. S.R. Ellswick), 

International Tesla Soc., Colorado Springs, CO, 1992.

 

Rein G.: Modulation of neurotransmitter function by quantum fields. In: Rethinking Neural Networks: Quantum Fields and Biological Data, Pribram KH (ed) p379-388, Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., Hillsdale, N.J., 1993.

 

Rein, G., Poponin, V., McCraty, R.: Effect of cardiac electromagnetic fields simulated using an ECG waveform on human fibroblasts cells in culture. Proc. Bioelectromagnetics Soc., Boston, MA., 1995.

 

Rein, G., Tiller, W. A.: Spectroscopic evidence for force-free and potential-free information storage in water.  Proc. Internat. 

Society on New Energy, Denver, CO, 1996.

 

Rein, G.: Biological effects of quantum fields and their role in the natural healing process.  Frontier Perspectives 7, 16-23, 1998

 

Rein, G.: Quantum energy healing. Proc Internat. Soc Study of Energy Medicine Conference, Boulder, CO, 1998.

 

Rein, G.: Biological effects of non-classical EM fields. In: Energetic Processes, Vol 1, Moscow P. (ed) p187-25, Xlibris Corp, 

N.Y., 2001.

 

Rein, G., Syldona, M.: Energy Medicine and Energy Therapies. In: Complementary & Alternative Medicine Treatments in 

Cardiovascular Diseases, Stein R & Az M (eds), Humana Press, NY, 2003.

 

Syldona, M., Rein, G. The use of DC electrodermal potential measures. J. Alt. & Compl. Med. 5, 329-347, 1999.

 

Syldona M., Rein G. Reducing the in-vitro electromagnetic field effect of cellular phones on human DNA and the intensity of their emitted radiation. Acupuncture Electrotherap Res 32, 1-14, 2007.

 

Rein G. The ability of the radiated energy from a paramagnetic mineral to neutralize heavy metal toxicity in-vitro. Internat Conf of Acupuncture & Electrotherapeutics, Columbia University, NY, 2007.

 

 

CELL PHONE RESEARCH


Internal memos for Aulterra International Quantum Biology Research Lab

 

Rein, G. Conformational changes in human DNA characterize the radiated energy from the Aulterra formulation. www.aulterra.com

 

Rein, G. The cell phone controversy. www.aulterra.com

 

Syldona M., Rein G. The ability of Aulterra's Neutralizer to reverse the harmful effects of electromagnetic fields generated from cell phones on human DNA.

CURRICULUM VITAE


INNOVATIVE BIOPHYSICAL TECHNOLOGIES