“Leapsmag is the only publication presenting public discussions of vital bioethics issues, and I am very supportive of its mission of inspiring thoughtful consideration of the juxtaposition of ethics, emerging technologies, and the future of society.”
Llew Keltner, M.D., Ph.D., has a 40-year career in biopharma drug and business development. He is Chief Executive Officer of EPISTAT, an international healthcare technology transfer, corporate risk management, and healthcare strategy company that he founded in 1972. Dr. Keltner is an Associate Professor at Case Western Reserve School of Medicine, and a Guest Lecturer and Director in the Bioethics Program at Columbia University School of Medicine.
“Leapsmag is the vital new platform, illuminating all the vexing “Toffler-esque” societal issues presented by the onslaught of emerging technologies–that shockingly have no current boundaries. By providing a platform for the leading experts, writers and provocateurs, we now have a forum for thoughtful consideration and discussion, so that we might try and prepare ourselves for the unknown.”
Bernard Siegel, J.D., is the Executive Director of the nonprofit Regenerative Medicine Foundation, with a mission of accelerating regenerative medicine to improve health and deliver cures. Bernie founded and co-chairs the annual World Stem Cell Summit & RegMed Capital Conference, founded and serves as editor-in-chief of the peer-reviewed World Stem Cell Report (AlphaMed Press). He founded and is the spokesperson for the Stem Cell Action Coalition, a 100+ member international alliance of nonprofits and research institutions leading the global “Pro-Cures Movement.”
“I support Leapsmag’s mission to bring discussions of bioethics to the forefront of people’s minds, since emerging technologies stand to reshape all our lives.”
Pamela Silver is the Elliot T and Onie H Adams Professor of Biochemistry and Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School. She is also a full member of the Wyss Institute of Biologically Inspired Engineering. She was one of the first members of the Department of Systems Biology and the first Director of the Harvard University Graduate Program in Systems Biology.
“I admire Leapsmag’s investment in excellent journalism and commitment to telling stories about medicine and bioethics that affect our lives in profound ways, yet would struggle to find a place in the modern digital media landscape shaped by cost-cutting and clickbait.”
Amy Odell is a journalist, author, and media consultant. She served formerly as editor of Cosmopolitan.com, the largest community of millennial women on the Internet, from 2013 to 2018. She expanded the site’s content scope to include a wide range of feminist, political, and LGBTQ topics. Under Odell’s leadership, Cosmopolitan.com has more than tripled traffic to reach over 35 million monthly unique visitors. She is the author of the critically acclaimed book of humorous essays about the high fashion world, Tales From the Back Row, published in 2015, which has been optioned by Sony.