Executive Management Team
Dr. Kimmerling, along with with his team of brilliant chemists, consultants, and researchers from many universities, continue to further study, develop, and refine the virtually endless applications of KHG fiteBac® Technology.
John Sharkey, Ph.D.
Entrepreneurial pharmaceutical and medical device executive with proven expertise in the development and partnering of pharmaceutical and medical device products for the U.S and international markets.
Yash P. Khanna, Ph.D.
Dr. Yash P. Khanna, recipient of two international awards in the areas of Plastics and Analytical Sciences, has over 40 years of highly diversified industrial experience. His career is credited with over 120 research publications, and 25 U.S. patents.
A seasoned technologist and digital entrepreneur with demonstrated success across the health care, financial services, and software industries. A catalyst in producing market altering strategic partnerships and exploiting big data opportunities.
Allen Johnston, Ph. D.
Allen is a recognized expert in the design and synthesis of dental adhesive molecules, as well as an industry advisor in the dental restorative field, particluarly in the area of dental adhesive chemistry, with extensive experience in design, research, and manufacturing processes.
Brett provides the leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that KHG fiteBac® Technology has the proper operational controls in place to effectively grow the organization, and to ensure operating efficiency.
Julie Kimmerling is responsible for executing marketing strategies, organizational strategies, global business planning and contributing to the firm’s growth.
Cindy is involved in the design or modification of business systems or IT systems and interacts with the business stakeholders and subject matter experts to understand their problems and needs.
Advisory Board & Researchers
Dharam V. Ablashi, DVM, Director
Arthur Fry, Inventor
Gerhard R. Krueger, MD
Prof. Albert Ramon, PhD
Global Research Network
Researchers from the University of Texas, Department of Human Genetics and Environmental Sciences, Harvard University School of Medicine, and the University of Wurzburg – Department of Microbiology, have provided crucial research efforts.
Researchers – PDF File