Randolph Fish, DPM: is a board-certified podiatrist (ABPM) with more than 30 years of experience in clinical wound management. He graduated from The Evergreen State College in 1976 and received his DPM from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia. Post graduate training was at James C. Giffre` Medical Center in North Philadelphia. He has both a certificate of added qualification in wound management from the American Board of Wound Management and a Certification in Medical Education and Testing (CMET), and is a fellow of the Academy of Physicians in Wound Healing and of the Academy of Certified Wound Specialists. He is currently working in wound clinics at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Tacoma, WA, and Grays Harbor Community Hospital in Aberdeen, WA. His interests include resistant infections and vascular disease. He was introduced to phage while working in Dr. Kutters’ lab while at Evergreen as an undergraduate, recently became interested in the therapeutic potential of phage for diabetic ulcers, and joined the Phagebiotics Board in 2013.