Edward E. Jacobs, Jr, MD (Dr Ted), a graduate of Princeton and Harvard Medical School, is a biotechnology consultant with over 25 years experience in biopharmaceutical and medical device development, as well as, 35 years of teaching and direct patient care. His drug development experience has involved international human and animal trials, including medical support for the FDA and global regulatory affairs. Dr. Jacobs received surgical training at Harvard and held research positions at the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, Bethesda, MD, and at St. Thomas’ Hospital Medical School, London. He has served as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Harvard Medical School, on the Scientific Advisory Board of the Armenise-Harvard Foundation and the Publications Committee for the New England Journal of Medicine. His current focus is on natural supplement formulations for human and animal use, anti-aging strategies, and primitive cell biology. He is an author of more than 40 scientific publications and is the holder of four patents.