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Clinton Howard

After graduating at Rice University in Biology and Chemistry, he did graduate work at Johns Hopkins Medical School, and completed a Master's Degree at Southwestern Medical School. With these on-campus studies, forty years of health care management, seven years of off-campus research papers, and a dissertation on Nanotechnolgy, he was awarded a Ph.D. from La Salle University. He served as the first President of the Irving Community Hospital, now Baylor Medical Center of Irving where an outpatient wing has been named "The Clinton Howard Center for Health Management". He was appointed one of six original members of the Texas Air Control Board that wrote regulations reducing air pollution in the state. He founded American Biomedical Corporation, the first network of medical laboratories in the US. He later founded Carrington Laboratories; the company that discovered the active healing ingredient in the aloe vera plant, and manufactured a line of wound care products. In 1991, he founded RBC Life Sciences, in order to manufacture a higher quality line of advanced nutritional supplements. In 1993 he was awarded "The Distinguished Health Service Award" by the Dallas Fort Worth Hospital Council, an organization of the 85 hospitals in North Texas. 

Jerry Phelps
Ph.D., D.Sc.

Dr. J. Lee Phelps earned a Ph.D. in Pharmacology at Columbia University and a Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) in Chemistry from the University of California. He was President of Austin Laboratories from 1981 to 1989 and Aneric Research Corporation from 1978 to 1981. He has had a distinguished 20 year career in the creation, formulation and manufacturing of health-related products for large companies in North America and Europe.  

Dr. Phelps formulated and manufactured the original RBC products and then took a sabbatical for several years. Fortunately, he is back working with the RBC Team of Scientists to develop exciting new products for RBC as our Vice President of Science & Technology.

Albert Zehr, Ph.D.

Dr. Albert Zehr co-founded the Pure Life company in Canada and developed high quality nutritional products. With a PhD in nutrition, Dr. Zehr has been formulating nutritional products for over 15 years. Dr. Zehr's passion for excellent products is only matched by his love of people. RBC Life Sciences acquired the Pure Life company in 1992 and is proud to have Dr. Albert Zehr as an emeritus member of our Scientific Advisory Team. Today he devotes most of his time as a missionary and lay minister. Dr. Zehr is the author of two excellent books in the field of nutrition: Healthy Steps and Help Yourself Healthcare.

Leonard Smith, M.D.

Dr. Smith received his Medical Degree from the University of Florida College of Medicine in 1969 and teaches there as Courtesy Professor in the Department of Medicine. He has practiced as a General and Vascular Surgeon since 1980. Dr. Smith is a member of several professional organizations including the American College for the Advancement of Medicine, American College of Surgeons, and the American Preventive Medical Association. He has made a life long study of the pharmacology of natural supplements, and has used an holistic approach to patient care during his entire career. He is an expert consultant on supplement formulations, and is a sought-after lecturer on Alternative or Complimentary Medicine, Diet, Nutrition, and Stress Management. As a Scientific Advisor to RBC, Dr. Smith has contributed to the development of a number of RBC products.

Kimberly Purdy Lloyd, M.S.

Kimberly Purdy Lloyd received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1975. She received a Masters of Science degree from the University of North Texas at Denton in 1979. Kimberly worked as a research associate in basic research at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Dallas in Immunology during and after her education. She was granted the Welch Scholarship for her graduate work in biochemistry with an emphasis in enzymology and immunology. Kimberly has published and presented numerous papers. She received a first place award with the American Chemical Society in 1976. Her thesis work was published in the Archives or Biochemistry and Biophysics, Purdy et al, 1979. Her academic interests were directed into aspects of biochemistry towards education, health and nutrition as a technical writer to present scientific materials as they pertain to the use of nutritional supplements.

Debi Drake

Dr. Debi Drake has a diverse background with medical residencies in Emergency medicine in Boston, San Francisco, and Detroit and numerous staff appointments in Ontario, Canada. For the past ten years she has actively pursued a private practice in Family and Preventative Medicine. During her college career, she was recognized numerous times with scholarships for outstanding achievements while earning a Bachelor of Science degree at McMaster University. She was later certified in Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine at the University of Toronto.

Dr. Drake has written a book called The Fundamentals of Living Well, and she has become a popular lecturer and guest on both radio and TV shows. In 1987, she founded the Cirquet Foundation for personal development, which is committed to creative, holistic, preventative health education. She is currently using RBC products in her practice with great success.

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