Our Scientists and Researchers

Terry Fredeking

Terry Michael Fredeking

President – Antibody Systems, Inc.
President – Global Disease Research

In 1977 Terry Fredeking founded Antibody Systems, Inc (ASI) a leading supplier of raw materials for diagnostic and therapeutic products for national and international pharmaceutical companies. ASI has participated in clinical research resulting in FDA approval for products such as Hepatitis B Vaccine, Cholera Vaccine, and Typhoid Vaccine.

Terry has been directly involved in researching treatments for diseases through Cooperative Research Agreements (CRADA) and collaborations with various government, private, and university laboratories in the United States.  Read more...

Tracy Goen

Tracy H. Goen, M.D.

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Dr. Tracy Goen began his colorful career as a Harvard University graduate student majoring in Archaeology.. His focus was in the area of Human origins/evolutionary theory, and worked with Dr. Richard Leakey in Kenya excavating early human fossil remains. His quest for knowledge took him to Medical School at Texas A&M College of Medicine where he graduated with a masters in veterinarian medicine and a Doctorate in human medicine.  Read more...

Michael Foster

Michael Foster, MPH


Mike is currently teaching Biology at the University of North Texas, Denton while finishing his Ph.D. in biology. He is a graduate of the Health Science Center, Fort Worth and plans to attend medical school after his PhD.

Mike has worked on the GDR dengue project done at the University of Mexico Medical school in Merida, Yucatan. Read more...  

Norwood Hill

Norwood Hill, M.D.

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Michael J. Ricciardi

Michael J. Ricciardi, PHD

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Stanley Cryz, PHD

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Tom Folks

Tom Folks, PHD


Leslie Lobel

Leslie Lobel, MD, PHD


Alfonso Rodriguez-Morales

Alfonso J. Rodríguez-Morales, MD, PHD

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Dr. Alfonso J. Rodriguez-Morales is the Secretary of the Colombian Infectious Diseases Association (ACIN) (2015-2017), President of the Committee of Travel Medicine of the Pan-American Infectious Diseases (API) (2015-2017), Co-Chair of the Working Group on Zoonoses of the International Society for Chemotherapy (ISC) and member of the directive board of the Latin American Society for Travel Medicine (SLAMVI). He earned his MD degree at the Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV) and later a MSc in Protozoology at the Universidad de Los Andes from Venezuela. Read more...  

Derek Lang

Derek H. Lang, D.O.

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