Allocca Biotechnology, LLC
Allocca Biotechnology, LLC was founded and is fully owned by Dr. John Anthony Allocca.
Dr. Allocca is a medical research scientist and biophysicist with over 40 years of experience. He is the internationally published author of "The Neurotransmitter Solution for Migraine, Depression, and more;" "Starship Diabetes;" "Ascension In The New Age"; and 59 other books and textbooks. Dr. Allocca developed a computerized biochemical analysis and nutritional plan software program (Orthomolecular Assessment and Reprogramming), and nutritional formulas for migraine prevention and other disorders. He also invented the BrainicityTM Brain Biofield Therapy system. His previous work includes a computerized neonatal diagnostic system, a method for measuring intracranial pressure and vascular compliance noninvasively, development of computerized medical diagnostic systems and rehabilitative instruments. His biography can be found in Who's Who in Science and Who's Who in the World.
He received a Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) degree in Biophysics from Pacific Western University, a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Clinical Nutrition from St. Martin University College of Health Science, a Master of Science degree in Bioengineering from NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, and completed course work and dissertation for a Doctor of Philosophy in Physics at Columbia Pacific University.
Dr. Allocca worked as a medical research scientist for Allocca Biotechnology, LLC (migraine R&D), Andromeda Research, Inc. (noninvasive monitoring of intracranial pressure and nerve rehabilitation R&D), Mount Sinai Medical Center (pulmonary R&D), Long Island College Hospital, Albert Einstein College of Medicine (neurosurgery R&D), and Doll Research, Inc. (cardiovascular R&D) in connection with Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center.
Dr. Allocca is a full member of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society.
Allocca Biotechnology, LLC.
202 East Main Street, Suite 102, Huntington, NY 11743
Phone (631) 757-3919
Fax (888) 878-4199