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is the founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Aethlon Medical. Under his leadership, Aethlon has transformed the concept of a selective therapeutic filtration device (The Aethlon Hemopurifier®) into the reality of treating both HIV and hepatitis C patients in a clinical setting. Follow-on research has further validated the ability of the Hemopurifier® to capture a broad-spectrum of bioterror and pandemic threats as well as immunosuppressive cancer exosomes. Mr. Joyce has originated numerous collaborative relationships with government and non-government research organizations, has authored supporting publications and reports, and raised capital resources to support the mission of Aethlon Medical. He has represented the Company on CNN, NBC, ABC, and other media outlets and has testified before Congress on issues related to Project BioShield legislation and the deployment of the Aethlon Hemopurifier® as a countermeasure against biological weapons. His efforts on Capital Hill were instrumental in expanding the definition of treatment countermeasure in Project BioShield legislation to include medical devices. In May 2011, the Company introduced the Aethlon ADAPT™ system to advance Mr. Joyce’s vision of an expansive device platform that converges affinity drug agents with plasma membrane technology to create new candidate therapies against life-threatening disease conditions. Mr. Joyce is a graduate of the University of Maryland and was a member of the Denver Broncos Football Club of the National Football League.
With the Cures Act now signed into law, the incoming Trump administration has an opportunity to advance the broad-spectrum medical countermeasure goal set forth by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) 2015 Public Health Emergency Medical Countermeasure Enterprise, otherwise known as PHEMCE. If achieved, the PHEMCE broad-spectrum goal would spur the advancement of innovative therapeutics to defend against the many pathogens that are not addressed with traditional disease-specific drugs or vaccines approved by the FDA.