American Academy of BioMolecular Medicine

The Educational Division of NAD Research, INC.

IV NAD  Training

Learn from industry leaders on how to administer NAD safely and effectively.


The American Academy for Biomolecular Medicine (AABMM) are leaders in the advancement and education for physicians and researchers on cellular regeneration through the use of biomolecules and coenzymes.

We strive to create a learning platform for physicians and researchers to collaborate and learn for the advancement of specific medical therapies. The AABMM aims to offer continuing medical education courses, host live events, support the publication of physician research, and raise funds for future research and academic development.

NAD Research Inc

AABMM is the educational division of NAD Research Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) private foundation dedicated to research into nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+), as it relates to its role in the management of addiction, neurodegenerative diseases, aging, and other diseases and/or disorders reflective of mitochondrial dysfunction.

Our lab currently measures levels of NAD, NADH, NAD/NADH ratios with the goal of understanding how these values impact health:

  • Pilot studies are measuring biomarkers for oxidative stress and inflammation and demonstrating very encouraging results.
  • Pilot studies are showing a positive response to nitric oxide with use of I.V. NAD.

Instructors and Staff

Our instructors and staff are industry leaders from across the globe to provide and maintain excellent standards in medical education for NAD+.  Click below to learn more about our organization. 

Donate for a cause

We understand the national crisis surrounding drug and alcohol addiction, and it is our mission is to provide published data that reflects how powerful IV NAD therapy can be towards helping individuals recover more effectively. Publishing more peer reviewed data on drug and alcohol detoxification with IV NAD will give us more of a scientific ground to stand on before we launch a clinical opioid detoxification study.

Join the AABMM Team

Are you looking to give back to society by helping fund critical research needed in addiction recovery and neurodegeneration? Or are you a college student looking to gain work experience?

Join our volunteer program to work on a variety of projects, including event planning, crowdfunding, and community outreach. Work directly with the Executive Director to plan and execute campaigns and learn about digital marketing. Click the link below to apply.

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