James Lyons-Weiler PhD, is a former AP Sloan Foundation postdoctoral fellow and evolutionary biologist with a background in evolutionary theory, molecular evolution, genetics, phylogenetics, biogeography, ecology, genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, and clinical research. He is the former Scientific Director of the Bioinformatics Core at the University of Pittsburgh and has participated in over 100 biomedical research studies over the past 14 years, including many in immunology.
An expert in complex data analyses, Dr. Lyons-Weiler is also the author of three books, one on Ebola, one entitled Cures vs. Profits, and one entitled Environmental and Genetic Causes of Autism. For the book on autism, he read over 3,000 studies on autism. He is now CEO and Director of the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge, a research institute located in Hampton, PA, which focuses on research without profit motive.