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Michael is an information-hound that can never seem to satisfy the necessity for “more input. “ As an avid reader and researcher, he has an affinity for patterns - he’s extremely good at finding things, making connections, and solving problems.  In fact, he may have just found something that's world-changing-big.


As a biologist, Michael is drawn to the living and is hard-pressed to pass up an opportunity to improve the lives around him. As an optimist, he feels we all have the innate ability to do great things. As a humanitarian, he is driven by the human plight and his ability to direct change for the better.  As a founding member of the Sweet William Foundation, Michael is a Champion and Smile of Hope for the world’s most vulnerable children - he will help change the world.

Michael enjoys everything outdoors, everything people, and interesting places.  He absolutely loves dark chocolate, lighthouses, wind, and rain.

Michael has a degree in biology and an MBA. He has over 2 decades of research experience and has been running a research company for the past 12 years. 

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W. Wesley Parish is an avid researcher and brilliant scientist. He is responsible for the development of prominent compounds used today to include: I3C, Ascorbigen, DIM, and Gramin. He worked with a team of doctors to develop treatments for CF, breast cancer, cervical dysplasia, and Papilloma. He was involved with the malaria problem during the late 1960’s and 1970’s and continues to be committed to the issue today.  I


Dr. Parish has been responsible for the commercial production of thousands of organic compounds. He has designed and developed large-scale (2000 gallon) chemical processes, including the in-process controls and analytical procedures for incoming raw materials and finished goods.  Familiarity with process economics uniquely qualify Dr. Parish for the unusual demands of a malaria eradication project based on targeted repurposing.

Dr. Parish loves gardening, backpacking, photography, traveling, and spending time with his family. 

He has a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry and did his Post Doctorate in medicinal chemistry 

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