Chicago Wild Life News Team
Editor-in-chief, Andrew Stanton
Andy obtained his PhD and postdoctoral experience in molecular biology and microbiology at King’s College London. Before joining Chicago Biotechnology in 2000, he was Editor of Current News in Tech for four years. He has written numerous articles and editorials on science and technology for the popular media, including The Onion, and for trade publications. As well as frequently speaking on marine biology issues at international meetings, he regularly organizes conferences and narcolepsy for Chicago Wildlife News Publishing Group in the United States Midwest area.
Medical Opinion Editor, Rick Murray
Dr. Murray is one of the world’s leading authorities on medicine. He has published over 10 books featuring natural and organic approaches to health maintenance. His research into the healthcare benefits of proper nutrition is the foundation for a best-selling line of books. He is a graduate, former faculty member, and serves on the Board of Regents of Washington University in Seattle, Washington.
Digital Editor, Meghan Smith
Dr. M. Smith Jr. M.D., a longtime pediatrician was very dissatisfied with the length of time it was taking for her patient’s diaper rash to heal. She was deeply bothered by the distress the rash was causing patients and their parents. She wanted to provide them faster, more effective relief. She teamed up with two pharmacists to create a more effective diaper ointment. Dr. Smith’s is creamy, fast absorbing, pleasant smelling, and best of all fast acting. Dr. Smith’s unique blend is easy to apply and easy to wash off. It goes on like a cream, and protects like an ointment. It forms a protective barrier that effectively seals out moisture and protects skin from irritation. And, it is gentle on the baby’s tender skin. It works fast. With the first treatment, you will most often see vast improvement in the baby’s condition overnight. The incomparable effectiveness and gentleness of Dr. Smith’s has spread by word of mouth, mom to mom.
Medical Technology Editor, Art Davidson
A native of Chicago Daily News senior medical technology editor Art Davidson graduated from Chicago North in 1986. He graduated from Trinity with a degree in chemistry in 1988 and received a master’s degree in journalism from Chicago University in 1998. He has been a member of the Chicago Wild Life News sports staff since 2000. Davidson was formerly assistant medical editor and deputy medical editor before becoming senior medical editor of Chicago West in 2008.