Dr. Ward Dean
International Anti-Aging Systems, Medical Director
Dr. Dean graduated from the U.S. Military Academy (West Point) in 1967, followed by six years as an infantry officer (including a tour in Vietnam as a Ranger battalion advisor). He attended Han Yang University College of Medicine in Korea, and spent seven years as an Army Flight Surgeon. He was the first surgeon for Delta Force (1982-1985). He transferred into the Navy in 1990, from which he retired as a commander in 1996. He is currently in private practice in Pensacola, Florida, where he specializes in the prevention and treatment of chronic degenerative diseases—focusing on the most common of these diseases—the aging process.
Dr. Dean served on the founding Board of Directors of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M), was the first vice president of A4M, and organized A4M’s first scientific program in Cancun, Mexico, as well as the first two Monte Carlo Anti-Aging Conferences in Monaco. He is the Medical Director for International Anti-Aging Systems (publisher of the journal, Aging Matters).
Dr. Dean’s publications include: Biological Aging Measurement – Clinical Applications; Smart Drugs & Nutrients; Smart Drugs II; GHB, the Natural Mood Enhancer; and The Neuroendocrine Theory of Aging and Degenerative Disease.