ASEA SCIENCE ADVISORY COUNCIL Dr. Gary Samuelson Dr. Gary Samuelson, Ph.D. Dr. Samuelson was awarded his Ph.D. in Atomic/Medical Physics from the University of Utah and has received the American Association of Physics Teachers Award for Teaching Excellence. He works as an independent science consultant to help bridge the gap between promising emerging technologies and commercialization efforts in the health science field. He has worked on stabilizing nanoparticle structures integral to several promising technologies. Dr. Samuelson was the first to discover that the components of ASEA are stable Redox Signaling complexes being studied worldwide and has also helped to further stabilize them. Dr. Samuelson is devoted to advancing the science behind such promising technologies to the highest extent possible. Dr. Samuelson serves as the chair of the ASEA Science Advisory Council. Dr. Robertson D. Ward Dr. Robertson D. Ward, M.D., FAAFP Dr. Ward is an acclaimed community medicine physician and researcher. He was awarded a medical degree from University of Illinois, named University of Cincinnati Family Practice Resident of the Year, and has served with distinction in top positions as a family practitioner in community health organizations and hospitals all over the mid-west. Dr. Ward has directed over 15 full clinical research studies on hypertension, endocrine/metabolism, infectious diseases, insomnia, musculoskeletal disorders, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, and many more. He has an incredibly broad range of experience in clinical medicine and a proven track record and intense interest in helping people find real solutions to their health problems. Currently Dr. Ward is in the trenches as the founder of "Project REACH," helping those struggling with substance abuse to gain their lives back. Dr. Ronald V. Norris Dr. Ronald V. Norris, M.D., MBA Dr. Norris has a long, distinguished career – awarded a medical degree from University of Iowa; named Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School and Tufts School of Medicine; and awarded Air Force Commendation Medal for service as Psychiatric Service Chief, USAF. Dr. Norris has served (for over 25 years) as a consultant to over 30 professional health care business organizations and ethics committees, and has been awarded several vice chair and vice president appointments in many of them, accumulating years of business management experience. Ron Norris is a proven champion of women's and veteran's health care issues; he has presented hundreds of lectures nationwide, making appearances on the MacNiel/Lehrer Report, Today Show, and 20/20. His work has been reported inTime, Newsweek, New York Times Magazine and others. Dr. David Carpenter Dr. David Carpenter, N.D., C.Ac., C.C.I. Dr. Carpenter is a well-known naturopathic doctor and an acupuncturist. He has studied at the University of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia and Central States College of Health Sciences in Columbus, Ohio. He is nationally board certified as a Naturopathic Medical Doctor and is a member of the Idaho Naturopathic Physicians Association and the International Association of Medical Acupuncturists. Dr. Carpenter has over 20 years of clinical experience and has helped thousands of people on the path to health and vitality; he is a formulator of supplements and has founded his own supplement companies. He has served on several industry boards of directors, including the Idaho Association of Naturopathic Physicians, the Medical Acupuncturist Board and the International Iridology Practitioners Association. He believes strongly in education and is a popular speaker, trainer, and author. Dr. Mark Jay Snyder, Ph.D. Dr. Mark Jay Snyder, Ph.D. Dr. Snyder studied Biological Sciences, Animal Science, and Endocrinology and earned his doctorate from the University of California, Davis. For the past 25 years he has traveled the world teaching and doing scientific research. His programs have been the recipient of more than $3,000,000 in grants. Several awards and honors have been bestowed on him, including Sigma Xi Award, Graduate Research Awards, American Society of Zoologists, and the Aubrey Gorbman Award. He is a member of the American Diabetes Association. Dr. Snyder has a passion for science, having more than 100 presentations and publications to his name. A true scientist, his thirst for knowledge knows no bounds. Dr. Bristol Sorensen, Ph.D. Dr. Bristol Sorensen, Ph.D. Dr. Sorensen did her undergraduate work at Brigham Young University and received her doctorate degree from University of Colorado at Boulder. She is an experienced scientist with expertise in the fields of Exercise Physiology, Immunology, and Genetics. Dr. Sorensen has been the recipient of many awards, among them, the PsychoNeuroImmunology Research Society Scholars Award. She has aided the Centers for Disease Control as a Research Fellow and taught Sport Psychology, Exercise Immunology, and Scientific Writing classes to undergraduates at the University of Colorado at Boulder. She has also authored or coauthored many scientific publications and presentations. Dr. Alon P. Winnie Dr. Alon P. Winnie, MD, S.C. Dr. Winnie did his undergraduate work in Princeton and received his medical degree from Northwestern University Medical School. He is acclaimed world-wide and known by many as the father of Pain Management, in which he has been active for over 40 years. Dr. Winnie leads or belongs to over 15 major medical societies and possesses fellowships from many of them. He serves on 6 editorial boards for review of scientific papers and has authored or coauthored literally hundreds of scientific articles. He comes with a strong desire to contribute to ongoing efforts in health management.