Susanna Uusmaa, MSBS
Ms. Susanna Uusmaa is the Chairwoman of the WAMS National Council of Estonia, Member of the Academy Faculty, Fellow of the Academy, Member of the WAMS Education and Training Board (ETB), a Member of the WAMS Coronavirus Committee, and a Member of the WAMS Executive Council.
Ms. Susanna Uusmaa is a biomedical scientist with broad expertise in Medical Sciences and in International Business. Holding an MSBS degree, she is results-driven to integrate modern smart technologies into making substantive contributions to the biomedical sector.
Having conducted research in neuroscience and oncology and having proudly graduated from Tallinn University of Technology (TALTECH) and Tallinn University School of Natural Sciences and Health, Ms. Uusmaa takes an evidence-based approach to her professional objectives and also to her endeavors as a passionate healthy lifestyle entrepreneuse.
With a background in biomolecular and medical sciences, she has recently co-founded and is Chief Science Officer of the Quantum Brain Research Institute with the aim of supporting the development of neuroscientific research for neurocritical treatment applications through instructive programs in mental health assessment and management. She is also the Chief Science Officer and Co-Founding Partner of Nutrily™ | Health & Wellness Builders, a dietary supplements, nutritional products, and sportswear European corporation established in Tallinn, Estonia.
In collaboration with the Luxembourg Institute of Health and Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine, she developed a complete standard operating procedure for differentiating and generating fully functional glial cells from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) in only 30 days.
Moreover, she holds over 6 years of hard-working experience in business operations and relationship building in more than 5 countries around the globe, having created and nurtured mutually beneficial partnerships, enhanced workflow efficiency, and contributed to the growth of several initiatives with substantial savings.
Ms. Uusmaa’s biomedical undertakings have positioned her as an MSBS to be able to become an active contributor also to the longevity sector and put her expertise into helping people become their best version of themselves with properly validated and ethical practices.