Gordon Wheat, MD: Gordon is a Board-certified physician (ABFM) with more than 30 years of experience in clinical practice and teaching at a University of Washington affiliated residency training program. He graduated from Stanford University, received his MD from University of California, San Diego and did post graduate residency training at the University of Utah. Dr. Wheat also worked for 12 years in the Department of Preventive Care for Group Health Cooperative, a large integrated health care company, reviewing evidence and setting policy for the organization regarding disease prevention. He has published in a peer reviewed journal regarding his work on fitness testing in primary prevention. Overseas medical work in Nepal, Nicaragua, Barbuda and Borneo led to increased interest in antibiotic resistant infections and risks associated with overuse of antimicrobial drugs. He took an interest in the phage research of his two sons during summers in Dr. Kutter’s lab and joined the board of the Evergreen Phagebiotics Board in 2004.