David is a co-founder and editor-in-chief of
ACADEMICWORD. He received his M.D.
from Yale University, where he did his thesis
research in neurophysiology. He received
his M.P.P. in health policy and economics from
Harvard University, where he wrote his thesis on development
and population health. He was a visiting lecturer in
economics at Boston University, and worked
in medical research consulting for
several years prior to founding ACADEMICWORD.
Michael is a co-founder and head of management
of ACADEMICWORD. He received his
J.D., magna cum laude, from the University
of Zurich and his LL.M in international taxation
from New York University. He has
worked for Frick, Neupert & Partners of
Switzerland, the City of New York's law department,
and as a senior consultant with Deloitte &
Touche prior to founding ACADEMICWORD.
Sidney is C.O. Professor of Medicine at
the University of Florida and emeritus
professor of medicine at Wayne State
University. He has published
extensively in the area of immunology
and allergic disease. He
was one of the founding members of the
American Board of Allergy and Immunology
and is a past editor of the journal Allergy &
Esther received her Ph.D. in astrophysics from Yale University. She has held several faculty positions and worked at the Space Telescope Science Institute. She is currently a research professor at Tufts University. Esther speaks English, German, Turkish, French, and Spanish.
Yurika has lived her life between Japan
and America. She was born
in the United States, then moved to Japan, where she
received her bachelor's degree from the University
of the Sacred Heart in Tokyo. She
returned to the United States to pursue her master's
degree in education at Harvard. She
has served as the associate director of the Donald
Keene Center of Japanese Culture at
Columbia University for two and a half years.
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Hsing Hsing is fluent in English and Chinese, and has lived in both the United States and China. Her time and education in each country have given her a profound understanding of both cultures. She received her bachelor's degree in operations research from Columbia University and is currently a specialist in the financial services industry.
Brad received his bachelor's degree from Duke University
and his law degree from the
University of Michigan. He
is currently an adjunct professor of law at DePaul University,
where he teaches legal
writing, and is a partner in the law
firm Pattishall, McAuliffe.