Will My Background Surprise You? Let Me Explain
After High School, I was drafted into the U.S. Army. I was enlisted for an extra year to obtain training in Navigation Electronics. Back then I worked with many scientists and engineers at Fort Huachuca in Arizona on DECCA (the system that later evolved into the Global Positioning System or GPS).
Afterward, I received my BA degree in Chemistry and Mathematics from the University of Minnesota and a PhD in Biochemistry at the University of California at San Francisco.
My work focused on the specific reasons why young human blood proves better than blood from older persons for supporting cells and tissues. It was during this endeavor that I discovered the amazing actions of Copper Peptides while working at research centers in Minneapolis, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, and Seattle.
Today, I find it very fulfilling to continue my research on possible methods to reset human genes in a diseased state to a healthier condition.
My new website highlights the latest effects of GHK on multiple cellular systems and how (much like the periodic fine-tuning of a piano) GHK-Cu tunes human gene expression back to a healthier, younger state.