Terry Burnham, Ph.D., (left) is an economics professor at the Harvard Business
School. He received his Ph.D. in Business Economics from Harvard in
1997, and has an MBA from MIT, a master’s in computer science,
and a bachelor's in biophysics from the University of Michigan. Terry
has worked on Wall Street and co-founded Progenics, a biotechnology firm with promising
treatments for cancer and AIDS. Terry has studied wild chimpanzees in
Africa, and served with distinction as a tank driver in the U.S. Marine
Corps. E-mail Terry...
Jay Phelan, Ph.D., (right) is a biology professor at UCLA. He
received his Ph.D. in Biology from Harvard in 1995, and master's and
bachelor's degrees from Yale and UCLA. His main area of research is
evolutionary genetics and aging. He has been featured on BBC and Talk of the
Nation, as well as in magazines and newspapers. An accomplished educator, Jay
has received accolades and numerous awards for his teaching. E-mail Jay...