interests are in ruminant digestion, physiology of lactation, nutritional energetics, mechanisms and quantitative aspects of regulation of animal and tissue metabolism, and computer simulation modeling of animal systems. He was a member of the ILAR Guide Committee.
John Donovan is Vice President of Laboratory Animal Science and Welfare, Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. From 1986 to 1994, he was Director of the Office of Laboratory Animal Science at the National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health. He is a Diplomate of the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM) and was President of ACLAM 1994-5.
Janet Greger is Professor of Nutritional Sciences and Environmental Toxicology of the University of Wisconsin. She was both Associate Dean for Research of the Medical School and Professor of Nutritional Sciences and Environmental Toxicology of the University of Wisconsin, has chaired the all campus animal care and use committee at the University of Wisconsin and is on the Board of Trustees of AAALAC (1992-2000), serving on their strategic planning committee in 1996. She was also on the Board of Directors of the Council on Government Relations and was a member of the NRC committee that wrote the report on Nutrient Requirements of Laboratory Animals, fourth edition.
Joseph Hezir is a Managing Partner of the EOP Group, Inc., and was a co-founder of the Group. He was associated with Office of Management and Budget for 18 years, ending there as Deputy Associate Director for Energy and Science. He specializes in regulatory strategy development and problem solving, and identifying newly created government business opportunities formed from mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, and new markets.
Charles McPherson is Executive Director of the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine and an independent consultant in laboratory animal medicine. He was Chair of the Committee on Revision of Cost and Rate Setting Manual for Animal Research Facilities. He has been a leader in laboratory animal medicine and has published extensively on the care and use of laboratory animals.
Josh Steven Meyer is the managing principal of GPR Planners Collaborative, Inc., and a Registered Architect in the State of New York. Mr. Meyer has participated in the programming and planning of 60 major research projects and more than 40 animal facilities for academic, institutional and corporate clients. His assignments include existing facilities analysis,