IPAK


Faculty

 


Grant McFarland

Grant McFarland holds a BS in electrical engineering from Duke University, and a PhD in electrical engineering from Stanford University. He is a principal engineer at Intel corporation where he created a corporate training course teaching engineering fundamental to non-engineers. He is also author of the book Microprocessor Design. His passion is creating clear explanations of complex topics to make the details of technical specialties accessible to everyone.

IPAK Studies: Aluminum accumulation under alternative schedules, Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated study.

 

 Elaine LaJoie

Elaine La Joie received a BS in Physics from San Jose State University.  She was the recipient of the MARC (Minority Access to Research Careers) pre-doctoral fellowship from the National Institutes of Health.  She attended the Oregon Graduate Institute and earned a Masters in Applied Physics.  While waiting for the Biomedical Engineering program to open, she taught Physics at the University of Portland, then worked in biomedical research at the Oregon Medical Laser Center in Portland and later in neuroscience at the University of Texas, Austin.  Elaine also is a certified life coach, and has a shamanic work practice mainly working with clients who have experience trauma.  She has written a series of books based on her client work called The Empath as Archetype.  She is excited to return to science and contribute to IPAK in any way she can.


Bartholomew (Bart) Kay MSc (SpExSci), BSpExSci (Hons, First Class)

Physiologist / Nutritionist / Epidemiologist

Research area: Systematic reviews and meta-analyses of the impact of nutrition on health.

Some Relevant Publications:

Kay B. 2016. Healthful Eating As Lifestyle (HEAL) for Hyperlipidemia. In: "Healthful Eating As Lifestyle (HEAL): Integrative Prevention for Non-Communicable Diseases" (2016). Anil S (Ed). Taylor and Francis, ISBN 9781498748681 - CAT# K27108.

Kay B. 2015. Re: Low carbohydrate-high protein diet and incidence of cardiovascular diseases in Swedish women: prospective cohort study (Letter to the editor). British Medical Journal; http://www.bmj.com/content/344/bmj.e4026/rapid-responses.

Morton RH, Stannard SR, Kay B 2011. Lower reproducibility of many lactate markers during incremental cycle exercise. British Journal of Sports Medicine; doi:10.1136/bjsm.2010.076380. Published online first; 21 February 2011
Impact factor 2.547 (Cited 20 times as at 02/07/2018).

Kay B. 2010. Critical power revisited: an alternate interpretation of physiology based on observation. Malaysian Journal of Sport Science and Recreation; 6(1): 63-79.

Kay B 2009. Wanted: guidelines for reporting correlations. Advances in Physiology Education; 33: 134.
Impact factor 1.0 (Cited 5 times as at 02/07/2018).

Kay B 2008. Why is the term “anaerobic” ubiquitous in human physiology? Malaysian Journal of Sport Science and Recreation; 4(1): 81-93.

Kay B 2008. Misconceptions: Bicarbonate as an ergogenic aid? A physical, chemical, mechanistic viewpoint. Brazilian Journal of Biomotricity; 2(4): 205-19.

Kay B 2008. The ongoing debate surrounding standard deviation and standard error. Advances in Physiology Education; 32: 334.
Impact factor 1.0 (Cited 4 times as at 02/07/2018).

Heather Rhodes, DHS is a research scholar with deep experience in radiology, public health policy, autism outcomes, and Continuing Medical Education.  She is an experienced patient advocate with working knowledge of interdisciplinary teams, and has a passion in the field of neuropsychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders.  This Bowling Green, Kentucky native is focused on integrative medicine with a particular interest in its application towards medical interventions, especially in autism.  Her personal and professional goals include increasing patient value in primary care, defining evidence-based interventions for brain health, and improving the quality of life of those individuals diagnosed with neurological disease.  In her free time, Heather loves to be active in the outdoors with her son Luke, who inspires her every day.

 

James Lyons-Weiler, PhD is CEO and President of IPAK and full faculty. A full bio is available here.  His focus is to bring objective science to bear on public health to bring about a reduction in human pain and suffering.  He advocates for unbiased, uncensored results via the tried and true methods of rational inquiry and the scientific method.  

Editor-in-Chief, Science, Public Health Policy & the Law.

PHPI Production Editor

Jeff Graf, M. Ed.

Jeff has a masters degree in science education from the University of Delaware. This degree is primarily concerned with educational principles associated with understanding the foundations of scientific thought, or science as an epistemology. Although this particular endeavor was primarily concerned with secondary education biological science curriculum, his focus has changed to causation in relation to the current autism epidemic in schools.

While most educators believe that special education
is the answer, prevention is a better answer, Mr. Graf is also interested in engineering and computational technology, and has a B.S. in Industrial and Systems engineering from Lehigh University.

He is interested in server administration, C programming,
document processing, and data base management systems.

Past job titles have included, Manufacturing engineer,
CAD/CAM engineer, management information systems consultant, C programming language instructor ( Teaching Assistant ), and Masters Swim Coach.

Recreational interests include tall ship sailing. He
has been a crew member on the Kalmar Nyckel, the tall
ship of Delaware, and the Martha White, a topsail schooner on Chesapeake Bay.