Mr. Wesner is a Biostatistician and a [Chi Beta Phi] graduate of The University of Memphis with degrees in biology, mathematics, and statistics. His first position after graduate school was an appointment to the Faculty of Harvard School of Medicine as Director of Research for the National Diabetes Association. While a Faculty member at Harvard School of Medicine, Mr. Wesner researched gestational diabetics. Since then he has been a Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, published a successful series of 30 college level mathematics textbooks with McGraw-Hill Publishers, and currently is CEO and Owner of Bernard J. Klein Publishing and GetMath Educational Software. Mr. Wesner brings a unique perspective to the Board as one of the Founding Investors in Opexa Pharmaceuticals, a wholly owned subsidiary of PharmaFrontiers. Following a 16-month search of the journals, he chose Dr. Zhang's T-cell based therapeutic and technology platform as the experimental treatment for his son's Multiple Sclerosis. After having his son qualified by Dr. Zhang for the next FDA trial, he participated in the startup funding of a company to commercially develop Dr. Zhang's targeted T-cell elimination platform for autoimmune diseases. He also has been elected to the National Council of The Text and Academic Authors Association, his company has formed a partnership with World Vision to bring free educational materials to needy schools throughout the United States, served as Chair of his community's planning commission, founded and is now Vice-Chair of his community's building authority, serves on The Advisory Board for The Ann Arbor Academy a school for children with learning disabilities, and volunteers for various other community and civic organizations.
Stress is something we should all try to avoid. I assume some of you may be feeling some stress over the suggestion that I might be a fabrication.
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