Cliff Han
Cliff Han President and CEO at AllerPops

Dr. Cliff Han, a seasoned biologist for over 28 years, built on his extensive medical experience and knowledge to develop an innovative solution for allergies, AllerPops®. His path to this breakthrough included time as a psychologist in Jining Mental Hospital to completing a Ph.D. in Genetics at Fudan University, to spending 22 years as a biologist at the famous Los Alamos National Laboratory where he authored more than 300 research papers and took part in the indispensable Human Genome Project.

In 2017, driven by personal motivation to solve allergic reactions, he founded AllerPops and became the company's President and CEO. The firm, based in Los Alamos, operates in the sphere of alternative medicine. As CEO, Dr. Han successfully sold his product to more than 6000 customers, initiated a clinical trial to launch AllerPops nationally and internationally and completed a Wefunder campaign raising more than $260,000. His scientific background coupled with leadership skills honed from leading teams to map bacterial genomes and his medical training make him uniquely positioned to tackle complex medical problems like allergies.

A highly connected individual, Dr. Han has 5754 LinkedIn connections which testify to his broad professional network built over years of dedicated work in medical and scientific roles. His skills include Microsoft Office application and customer service abilities. Always seeking to improve and learn, he attended the Los Alamos Leadership Institute for additional leadership training. His resolute approach to tackling difficult biomedical problems has shaped his multifaceted career that spans clinical and scientific research work to a successful entrepreneurial pursuit in alternative medicine.

More about this expert

Full name
Cliff Han
Location
Los Alamos, New Mexico, United States
Title
President and CEO
Company
AllerPops (since 2017)
Industry
Alternative Medicine
LinkedIn Connections
5754
Summary
Dr. Han, a biologist for 28 years and a former medical doctor developed AllerPops (US Pat No._9,795,579). The discovery started with my family. From infancy, my son had allergies. As a medical doctor, a biologist, and of course a father, I wanted to find a solution. But how? The opportunity came when I developed allergies in 2014. I started to collect data on my allergic reactions. In the spring of 2017, I revealed the secret behind allergic reactions that nobody had discovered. The application of my newly found theory, AllerPops, relieved my familys allergies shortly after. Biological research was not new to me when I began to study my allergies. I had been a biologist at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) for 22 years, where I participated in the Human Genome Project, led a team to complete many hundreds of bacterial genomes, and authored more than 300 research papers. Before that, I got my Ph.D. from Fudan University. I was trained as a medical doctor in college and worked in a hospital for many years. With purpose, simple things become enjoyable, and difficult things become opportunities to learn and overcome.
Skills
Microsoft Office Customer Service

Education

Los Alamos Leadership Institute
Attended in Mar 2008 - Mar 2008
Fudan University
Ph.D.
Attended in Sep 1992 - Jan 1996
Field of study: Genetics

Positions

AllerPops
Los Alamos, NM
President and CEO
Jul 2017 - Present

Started the company for a single purpose to attack the allergy problem first for the family and then for hundreds of millions of people around the world. In the last 5 years, I have carried out a pilot study that discovered the cause of allergies, developed AllerPops that give people long-lasting allergy relief, sold the product to more than 6000 customers, initiated a clinical trial that will launch AllerPops to the national and international markets, completed a Wefunder campaign with raised of more than $260,000.
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Los Alamos, NM
Team Lead
Sep 1996 - Apr 2018

Participated in the Human Genome Project, led a team to complete many hundreds of bacterial genomes, and authored more than 300 research papers.
Jining Mental Hospital
Jining, Shandong, China
Medical Doctor
Jul 1985 - Sep 1989

Cared for patients with mild to severe mental conditions with drugs and behavioral treatments as a residence psychiatrist.