Amy Bullock, Ph.D.
Dr. Bullock earned her Ph.D. in Pharmacology from Albany Medical College. She has experience in academic research and teaching, and within
the pharmaceutical industry as a Medical/Neuroscience Scientific Liaison. She has taught classes and given lectures at (among others) Northeastern
University, Simmons College, and the University of Colorado. She is very interested in the serine issues and knows children with the disability.
Anne Lusk, Ph.D.
Dr. Lusk earned her Ph.D. at the University of Michigan and is currently a Visiting Scientist at the Harvard School of Public Health. She has joined the staff of our foundation as a volunteer to help with the writing of grant proposals. Her experience over the years has been working with foundations, universities, and government bodies as a
researcher, grant writer and principal investigator in various areas pertaining to public health.
Elise has worked in the high tech field with web sites in various capacities, including design and quality assurance. She is
volunteering her expertise for the foundation. We are grateful for all of her efforts, in addition to the special relationship she has with a couple of children with the serine deficiency.