Dr. Lem Moyé, M.D., Ph.D. is a physician, epidemiologist, and biostatistician. After receiving his M.D. at the Indiana University Medical School, he completed post-doctoral training at Purdue University and the University of Texas. Dr. Moyé has conducted federally sponsored research for over 30 years, including 12 years investigating cell therapy for heart disease. He has published over 220 manuscripts, 15 books including three novels, and has worked with both the US FDA, and pharmaceutical companies. Dr. Moyé has taught graduate classes in epidemiology and biostatistics for three decades and has served as an expert witness in both state and federal court. He served as a volunteer physician during the Hurricane Katrina calamity, and his memories of that experience led to his prise winning book, Caring for Katrina’s Survivors. A cancer survivor, he is retired and living in Arizona with his wife Dixie.