Chief Scientific Officer
Stemtech International Inc., USA
Drapeau holds a Bachelor’s degree in Honors Neurophysiology and a Master’s degree in Neurology and Neurosurgery from Canada’s McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, with work performed at the Montreal Neurological Institute. His thesis was on epileptogenesis and the role of eicosanoids in long-term potentiation and he completed further scientific training in variable projection microscopy at Bradford Research Institute and in ion-selective microelectrode recordings at St-Anne Hospital in France. Mr. Drapeau has been the Director of Research and Development at Cell Tech International and then Desert Lake Technologies, before co-founding STEMTech HealthSciences and becoming its Chief Science Officer. He is the author of the Stem Cell Theory of Renewal, detailed in his book Cracking the Stem Cell Code.
His interest focuses on basic and clinical research pertaining to adult stem cells, and more specifically the natural role of stem cells in the body and clinical potential of Endogenous Stem Cell Mobilization (ESCM).