Biology Survival Publishing
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Dr. Wayne's Biology Survival Kit and other related e-learning tools are the research and work of a team of many talents.

Education Director
Wayne Huang, PhD

Scientific Faculties
Kelly Deters, M.A.
Christine Hermann, Ph.D.
Theodore Nusbaum, Ph.D.
Manjula Shantanram, Ph.D.
P.T. Srinivasan, Ph.D.
Nithya Narayanan, M.S.
John Luo, Ph.D.
Fang Liu, Ph.D
Shabir Bhimji, Ph.D.

Creative Designers
Khiem Hoang
Erik Schlegel
Kristina Kish
Jennifer Schwartz

Web Developers
Neil Zhao
Sary Huang

Tech Writers
Robyn Scott
Maurna Desmond
Michael Mason, M.A.

Copy Editor
Richard Sandore, M.D.
Sandi Gostin
William Tannerbring
Kelly Lowe


Wayne Huang
Received his master degree in physical organic chemistry from Ball State University, Indiana and PhD in computational chemistry from University of California, Irvine, with Professor Warren Hehre, whose advisor was John A. Pople (1999 Chemistry Nobel Prize Laureate).

He has co-authored numerious chemistry books (including textbooks used by many universities around the world). He has also pioneered a ChemWizard system - using math modules to solve biology problems in real time. He co-found MolecularSoft Corporation to develop and publish the popular Homework Wizard software - SoftChemistry. He is also the chief editor of "Chemistry Tips and Tricks", the only daily student newsletter for Chemistry. He has also trained hundreds of biology professors across United States in the field of molecular modeling for chemical education.

His passion is to write books and develop learning tools to share with science students his break-through learning system, mostly recently the special report titled "Chemistry Survival Guide" and "Biology Survival Guide". He is also the creator of the RapidMastery Series - Teach Yourself Biology in 24 Hours

Theodore J. Nusbaum
Received a bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of Chicago, a master's degree in Ecology from Yale University, and a Ph.D. in Evolutionary Genetics from the University of New Mexico. Subsequently Dr. Nusbaum conducted research and taught at the University of California-Irvine.

Dr. Nusbaum has published a number of articles on evolution, senescence, stress, demography, physiology, and other subjects in various scientific journals and books. His research focused primarily on laboratory selection and postponed aging.

Dr. Nusbaum has also taught many biology courses to students in all grades from 6th through graduate school over the past 20 years in various private and public schools and he has trained hundreds of students in the methods of biological research. He has also worked with science textbook publishers on curriculum development. Dr. Nusbaum is keenly interested in developing methods for effectively teaching and learning biology.