Dr. Georg S. Kobinia is an experienced cardiac, thoracic, and vascular surgeon. He was the Evart's A. Graham fellow of the American Association for Thoracic Surgery. During his stay at the Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston, USA), wrote his dissertation about prostaglandin metabolism of the heart during the cardioplegic arrest. As a heart surgeon, his main interest was in stentless heart valve surgery. In addition to his engagement in surgery, he founded and established regenerative medicine in Austria. He has performed the first stem cell surgery in Egypt and the UAE. With more than 1500 patients treated by him-self with stem cell transplantation in various fields, he surely belongs to a small group of pioneers. His current work is focused on autism and spinal cord injury.