Meet the Cryo-Save Team

Our Medical Team

Dr. Albert Ramon
Director de ITERA
Dra. Elena Nikiphorou
Hospital Univ. Cambridge
(Reino Unido)
Marcin Jurga
Doctor en Ciencias Médicas
Dra. Roxana Macrin
Universidad de Bucarest
Dra. Sally Snyman
Cryo-Save Group
Dr. Dimitar Borrisov
Universidad de Sofia
Prof. Stefano Grossi
Cryo-Save Group
Dra. Danica Alacka
Universidad Skopje
Dr Robert Crookes
Cryo-Save Group
(South Africa)
Dr. Renald Blundell
Universidad de Malta
Dr. Markus Riek
Medicina Interna


Cryo-Save Group is the largest Stem Cell Storage Company in Europe and Africa, one of the Leading Stem Cell Banks of the World.


camaf Cryo-Save South Africa has partnered with CAMAF Medical Scheme to provide their members with an exclusive service when it comes to storing their baby’s Umbilical Cord Stem Cells at birth. To find out more, please contact us directly on

satiba Founding member of The South African Tissue Bank Association (SATiBA). SATiBA is a not-for-profit organization that aims to support all South African tissue banks in regulatory and legal matters, data collection, training, accreditation, quality assurance, communication and collaboration, and more. There is a need for the industry to take responsibility for its own future and development due to a lack of government support and funding, but this can only be achieved through cooperation and agreement between the various stake holders.

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