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Ray Greek, MD
President and Co-founder

Ray Greek, MD is board certified in anesthesiology and has taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine in Philadelphia. During the course of his medical career, he performed experiments on animals and conducted clinical research. In addition to being published in peer-reviewed scientific literature, Dr Ray Greek is the author, along with his wife, Jean Swingle Greek, DVM of three popular science books on the topic of attempting to extrapolate the results of animal experiments to humans. His most recent books include Animal Models in Light of Evolution, written for scientists or people with a strong background in science and FAQs About the Use of Animals in Science: A handbook for the scientifically perplexed, written for the nonscientist.

 

 

Jean Greek, DVM
Vice-president and Co-founder

Dr Jean Greek is board-certified in veterinary dermatology, taught at the University of Missouri School of Veterinary Medicine, and has published in the scientific and lay literature.

 

 

Mark Rice, MD
Secretary-Treasurer

Dr Mark Rice is on staff at the University of Florida in the Department of Anesthesiology. Dr Rice has performed research on animals and with humans and has been involved with research on both academic and private levels. His clinical and research interests include liver transplantation and noninvasive blood analysis. He is the founder of a national pharmaceutical distributor and has seven US patents.

 

 

Lawrence Hansen, MD

Dr Lawrence Hansen is Professor of Pathology and Neurosciences at the University of California San Diego. He has authored over a hundred papers. His research interests include dementia.