Amy Cooper: Amy is a graduate of the University of Kentucky with a degree in Chemical Engineering, and has worked for E.I. du Pont de Nemours (DuPont), since 1993 in a variety of manufacturing, technical service, sales, and marketing roles. She joined the board of the Phagebiotics Foundation in 2001, drawn to its work because she lived next door to Dr. Kutter, enjoyed long philosophical conversations about world health issues, became fascinated with phage, and traveled to Georgia to explore phage application there. Amy is currently the Technology Manager for Brand Licensing and Intellectual Property in DuPont’s Titanium Technologies business in Wilmington, Delaware, and brings her international experience with business agreements and intellectual property management along with her enthusiasm and critical eye to the Phagebiotics Foundation Board of Directors.