Heberto Earl Alcázar Green
Mr. Heberto Earl Alcázar Green is a Member of the WAMS Council of Mexico, Fellow of the Academy, Member of the WAMS General Council (The “World Medical Sciences Council”).
Mr. Heberto Earl Alcázar Green is a dynamic Mexican entrepreneur with a high focus on pharmaceutical research and development, as well as in the production and distribution of drugs, in Continuing Medical Education and in the creation of public policies to promote new clinical solutions. His commercial focus focuses on providing innovative solutions with bioactivated natural products to reduce the effect of diseases, conditions, and disorders such as epilepsy, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, neuropathies, cancer, and other psychiatric and psychological conditions.
Mr. Alcázar is CEO and founder of the Mexican pharmaceutical company SOMALAB (www.somalab.com.mx) with specialization in derivatives for the endocannabinoid system and the education and research on the same field. He is also the CEO and founder of Kupuri, a company focused on sustainable products and solutions for the field and the distribution of fertilization products for the agroindustry.
Likewise, Mr. Alcázar has participated in numerous clinical and scientific events in Mexico, as well as in different parts of the world, being able to act as a Member of the Organizing Committee for congresses and symposia of Cannabis Medicine, Nanotechnology, Molecular Biology, Stem Cells, and others.
From the academic field, Mr. Alcázar is a Board Member of WAMS, The World Academy of Medical Sciences, a Member of the WAMS Council of Mexico, Fellow of the Academy, WAMS, and a Member of the WAMS General Council (The “World Medical Sciences Council”). He also specialized in Practical Business Administration and also in Pharmaceutical Administration at ITESM University, CCM, Mexico, the same university where he attended high school and where he obtained the first place in the university's science contest. He competed in Robotics through an exchange program at MIT in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, where Mr. Woodie Flowers offered him a scholarship to the same university.