Elizabeth A. Rauscher, Ph.D.
Dr. Elizabeth A. Rauscher received her Ph.D. and M.S. in Astrophysics, Nuclear Physics and engineering, B.S. in Physics and Chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Rauscher had three Nobel Laureates on her Ph.D. thesis committee. They were Glenn T. Seaborg who won the 1951 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for discoveries in the chemistry of the transuranium elements. Edwin McMillian, an American physicist and Nobel laureate credited with being the first ever to produce a transuranium element. He shared the Nobel Prize in chemistry with Glenn T. Seaborg in 1951 and Owen Chamberlain, an American Physicist who shared the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1959 for the discovery of the anti-proton with American physicist Emilio G. Segre.
She was a nuclear scientist and astrophysicist and researcher at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) from1962-1979. She was the recipient of numerous Navy grants through the University of California, Berkeley (1970-1974) and through Tecnic Research Laboratories in1983 and 1990-1991. Dr. Rauscher was a researcher at Stanford Research Institute (SRI International) Radio Physics Laboratory from 1974 to 1978. While at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) she co-founded and chaired the Fundamental Physics Group (FPG), an informal group of physicists who met weekly to discuss special aspects of quantum mechanics including quantum mysticism and the philosophy of quantum physics. MIT American physicist and historian of science David Kaiser credited her group with nurturing new ideas in physics and forming the basis of modern quantum information science. From 1966 to 1969, Rauscher was a staff researcher of the Theory Group at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL). She also was a Professor of Physics and General Science at John F. Kennedy University of California from 1978-1984. Dr. Rauscher served as a research consultant to NASA (1983-1985) and Stanford University’s linear accelerator SLAC. From 1990 to 1998 she was a Professor and graduate student advisor at the Department of Physics at University of Nevada, Reno.
Dr. Rauscher is a member of numerous professional organizations including the APS, IEEE, AAAS, MAA, ANA and AAMI. From 1970-1980 she served on the Congressional OTA advisory committee. She also served as a delegate and advisor to the United Nations during 1979, 1989 and 2002. Dr. Rauscher has been President and served on the Board of Directors of six non-profit 501(c)3 Organizations. Currently she is President of Electromagnetic Signal Laboratory of Arizona (2003-present). Dr. Rauscher is currently an internationally recognized consultant and invited lecturer in the US, England, Europe, Korea, Japan, China, India, Africa, Singapore, Iceland, Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, and South America.
Elizabeth is the author of over 275 scientific peer reviewed papers, 6 books, 3 U.S. patents and one European patent. Her main fields of research include Nuclear and Atomic Physics, Astrophysics, Cosmological Models, Plasma Physics, Biomedical Engineering, Geophysics Monitoring and Data Analysis. She has received numerous awards and grants and is listed in eleven Who’s Who, including Marquis’ Who’s Who, and Men and Women in Science and Technology. She currently resides in Apache Junction, Arizona where she is the sole proprietor of Tecnic Research Laboratory.
Elizabeth Rauscher has a Ph.D. and M.S. in Astrophysics, Nuclear physics and engineering and a B.S. degree in Chemistry and physics from the University of California at Berkeley. She was a nuclear scientist and astrophysicist and researcher at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) (1962-1979). Dr. Rauscher received Navy grants through University of California, Berkeley (1970-1974) and through Tecnic Research Laboratories (1983, 1990-1991). She was a researcher at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI International) Radio Physics Laboratory (1974-1978). Elizabeth was also the Chairman of the Fundamental Physics Group (FPG) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) (1974-1977). Dr. Rauscher was a Staff Researcher of the Theory Group at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) (1966-1969). She was Professor of Physics and General Science at John F. Kennedy University of California (1978-1984) and was a Research Consultant to NASA (1983-1985), and Stanford SLAC (1971-1972). Dr. Rauscher was Professor and graduate student advisor at the Department of Physics at the University of Nevada, Reno (1990-1998).
She is a member of the APS, IEEE, AAAS, MAA, ANA, AAMI and served on the Congressional OTA Advisory Committee (1970-1980). Dr. Rauscher was a Delegate and advisor to the United Nations (1979, 1989, 2002). She was President of Tecnic Research Laboratories (TRL), San Leandro, CA (1979-1988), and partner Tecnic Research Laboratory of Apache Junction, AZ (1988-2004) and sole proprietor (2004-present). Dr. Rauscher received a Stanford University Grant in astrophysics (1997-1999), and Event Horizons (1999-present). She is currently President and board of directors of six non-profit 501(c)3 Organizations. Currently President of Electromagnetic Signal Laboratory of Arizona (2003-present). She has performed Consulting research and has been invited to lectures in U.S., England, Europe, Korea, Japan, China, India, Africa, Singapore, Iceland, Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, and South America. She is also author of 275 scientific papers and 6 books, and 3 U.S. patents and one European patent. She was Co-inventor with her late husband W.L. Van Bise of non-superconducting magnetic detector; external magnetic pacemaker, and pulsed magnetic pain control system (issued patents in the U.S. and Europe). Her main field of research include: Nuclear and Atomic Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmological Models, Plasma Physics, Biomedical Engineering and Geophysics Monitoring and Data
Analysis. She has received numerous awards and grants and is listed in eleven Who’s Who, including
Marquis’ Who’s Who, and Men and Women in Science and Technology. Dr. Rauscher is extensively published with over 200 publications in mainstream journals.
Richard L. Amoroso, Ph.D.
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Sal Giandinoto, Ph.D.
He was born in The Bronx in 1958 and still is an avid Yankee fan! Congrats to the New York Yankees for their 27th World Title. Number 30 is just three years away!!
He received his B.S. in Chemistry in 1980 at Clarkson University, Postsdam, NY. He then went directly into the Ph.D. program at Polytechnic University in Brooklyn, NY and received a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry with a minor in Physical Chemistry in 1985. He performed some postdoctoral work at the Medical University of South Carolina working under the world famous immunologist and microbiologist Dr. H. Hugh Fudenberg in 1986. From there he obtained another postdoctoral position at the University of Pennsylvania in the Cerebral Vascular Research Center (CVRC) Cyclotron/PET facility. While there, he synthesized radiolabeled molecules with the positron emitter 18F. The molecules were used to image blood glucose metabolism in patients with Alzheimer’s Disease and Schizophrenia. In 1988 he was offered a position at a start-up company called Advanced Immunotherapeutics, Inc. in Irvine, CA and developed over 75 hypoxanthine analogs as potential immune modulators for treating Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Disease, Neurological disorders associated with HIV, etc. From there he worked in the Irvine, CA area for ICN Biomedicals as a radiochemist making C-14 labelled compounds. He then worked for another company in Irvine, CA named Toxi-Lab, Inc. and developed an entire line of solid-phase extraction devices that are being sold in huge amounts today by VWR Scientific and a variety of other companies for use in conducting high throughput purifications of potentially new drugs before entering an LC/MS detector. While at Toxi-Lab, Inc. he developed these products in only 6 months and the company launched them immediately thereafter. Other companies he has worked for were PharmEco Labs, Inc. in Lexington, MA, where he worked on a US Army grant for producing novel anti-malarial drugs. Sal also worked for Celgene and Chemir Analytical Services performing customized organic synthetic and custom analytical work.