Dr. Todd Ovokaitys did his undergraduate studies at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. After 2 years he was at the top of his class with a 4.0 GPA (out of 4.0). He was one of 26 students in America accepted to an accelerated medical training program at the prestigious Johns Hopkins University Medical School in Baltimore, Maryland. In the course of this work, he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa at this institution. During this time Dr. Todd also studied voice and classical guitar at the Peabody Institute. He received both BA and MD degrees from Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Todd’s subsequent training included an Internship and Residency at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC. He was invited to be a Chief Medical Resident in the Georgetown University system, responsible for the teaching program of medical students, interns, and residents. This honorary position was followed by the completion of a two-year Fellowship in Pulmonary and Intensive Care Medicine, also at Georgetown University Hospital.
While at Georgetown, Dr. Todd experienced a deep insight into an elegant method for matching the vibrational states of biological molecules to neutralize toxins and enhance human biochemical functions.
Pursuing this insight, he moved to Southern California and constructed a platform with the assistance of Scottish physicist Scott Strachan. This colleague had won the Enterprise Scotland Award from Prince Charles for laser measurement devices. Scott Strachan also contributed to the creation of real time ultrasound, the technology that uses sound waves to view internal organs with precision.
Since 2005, Dr. Ovokaitys has been an Associate Professor of Medicine at Louisiana State University. This appointment has been for developing research into metabolic mechanisms for improving the condition of persons with HIV infection. Dr. Ovokaitys is also a high level consultant for anti-aging and regeneration medicine. His realm of expertise includes the best of conventional and complementary, metabolic and nutritional medicine.