Chris Spivey has been Senior Editor at BCC Research since 2010, during which time he has directly overseen the publication of more than 500 market research reports. He is the Cofounder of the Human Proteome Organization (HUPO) and has co-authored half a dozen scientific papers (in the field of Advanced Wavefront Transforms and Adaptive Optics). He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand.
Chris served as conference chair for a wide variety of sub disciplines: from Human Genetic Variation and Microarrays, to Gene Quantification and Biotech Startup Funding and Management. His consulting work includes Bulk Hetero-Junction CdS/CdTe thin film solar cells, Spinel LiMn2O4 as Li-ion Battery Cathode Material, Passivation of Laser Diode Micro Channel Coolers, Nanomaterial processes for Algal Biodiesel Fuel, General Nanoparticle manufacture from a "bottom-up" approach, and most recently modelling algorithms for physical vapor deposition systems.
Tim spent six years with the National Science Foundation's Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications (COMAP) as Managing Editor for both the education wing and periodicals. COMAP's focus was real-world applications of mathematical modeling. He then joined QuantiaMD (now Univadis, a division of Aptus Health), an online learning platform for physicians with over 200,000 members, as Managing Editor of Healthcare Education. He spent 10 years refining how practicing doctors and nurses learn, retain what they learn, and improve their patient care decisions accordingly. Tim holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado.