Dr. Stohs is the Executive Vice President of Global Scientific Affairs for Boston BioPharm, Southlake, TX. He is Dean Emeritus of the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, Creighton University Medical Center, Omaha, NE where he was involved in the development of the Doctor of Pharmacy degree as the sole professional degree (third in the nation), the nation’s first web-based Doctor of Pharmacy program, and the graduate program. Creighton University he also led the development of the nation’s first entry level Doctor of Physical Therapy program and Doctor of Occupational Therapy program. He previously was a faculty member in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, where he served as Professor and Department Chair of Biomedicinal Chemistry and Assistant Dean for Research, and also held an appointment as Professor in the Eppley Cancer Institute.
Dr. Kraemer, during his career, managed and directed a diverse and incredible range of research portfolios over the past 35 years in Division I research institutions including The Ohio State University, and the Pennsylvania State University and University of Connecticut. His prior research as an officer in the U.S. Army gave him insights into the challenges of military service and the need for training and recovery methods to cope with stress.
Harry G. Preuss received his BA (3 years) and MD (4 years) from Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, and New York City, NY, trained for 3 years in internal medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center under Dr. David E. Rogers, studied for 2 years as a fellow in renal physiology at Cornell University Medical Center under Dr. Robert F. Pitts, and spent 2 years in clinical and re-search training in nephrology at Georgetown University Medical Center under Dr. George E. Schreiner. During his training years, he was a special research fellow of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Following 5 years as an assistant and associate (tenured) professor of medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center where he became an established investigator of the American Heart Association, he returned to Georgetown Medical Center. He subsequently per-formed a 6-month sabbatical in molecular biology at the NIH in the laboratories of Dr. Maurice Burg. Dr. Preuss is now a tenured Professor in 4 departments at Georgetown University Medical Center – Biochemistry, Physiology, Medicine, and Pathology.
Professor Robert Newton is Co-Director and Foundation Professor in Exercise and Sports Science in the Edith Cowan University Health and Wellness Institute, Perth, Western Australia. Prior to appointment at Edith Cowan University, Professor Newton was Director of the Biomechanics Laboratory, at Ball State University in Indiana. He has also worked at the Pennsylvania State University as a visiting research fellow in the Center for Sports Medicine.