Dr. Moshe Dekel
Institutional Review Board (IRB) Research Director
Dr. Moshe Dekel is the academic Director of the University of Integrative Medicine and institutional review board research Director of the UHSS™️. He graduated at the top of his class, Cum Laude, in 1974 from the University of Bologna Medical School in Italy.
He attended the Long Island College hospital internship program and then finished his OB GYN residency as a chief resident, at Brooklyn Jewish hospital in NY.
He started his private practice in 1981 in the town of West Islip in Long Island, NY and has been practicing clinical medicine since then.
During his medical career he served as an assistant clinical professor of Obstetrics-Gynecology (OB-GYN) at Stony Brook's University Medical Center. Subsequently becoming the medical director of the Long Island Birthing Center, and serving as chief of Gynecological Surgery at the Long Island Surgery Center.
In 2000 he made the transition to Holistic/Functional medicine and since then, he has implemented a countless cutting edge holistic modalities that are aimed to address the medical issues that his patients presented, such as Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BIHRT) for men and women, as well as Breast Thermography instead of the use of radiation and compression in Mammography, thyroid/adrenal issues, digestion, chronic fatigue, skin issues, stress, insomnia, emotional stress and many more conditions.
In 2016, Dr. Dekel took part in launching the American University of Integrated Sciences Medical School in St. Martin (currently located in Barbados) and served as its first Academic Dean.
In 2019 he founded "Rejuvenate Health" with Dr. Morris in Hilton Head South Carolina. This a fully fledged Holistic clinic, that encompasses regenerative medicine, biological dentistry in conjunction with Dr. Blanch Grube, and the use of colon hydro therapy with ozonated water.
As the Academic Director of the University of Integrative Medicine, Dr. Dekel continues his vision to educate as many professionals and laypersons about the Holistic/Functional and Integrative Medicine's power and ability to heal.