The Directors of 98 Alive Pty Ltd wish to express their thanks to the many scientists and researchers who have advised or contributed to the global community’s growing understanding of the potential of MAC/98alive, including:

Professor Max Reynolds

Professor Reynolds – developer of MAC/98alive.

Professor Cordia Chu [MSc], PhD

Professor Chu has a PhD in Medical Sociology and Medical Anthropology, and works in the area of integrated health planning. Professor Chu has worked as a consultant for international agencies such as WHO and the Ford Foundation in many Asian countries including China, Indonesia, Mongolia, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam.

Professor Chu has a long-term relationship with complementary medicine and has introduced the Company to a wide range of experts in those countries

Professor Tjandra Yoga Aditama M.D.

Professor Aditama is the Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health for the Ministry of Health in the Republic of Indonesia.

Professor Aditama is the Responsible Person for the National IHR Focal Point in Indonesia, and was involved in Indonesia’s response to H5N1 events and the 2009 H1N1 pandemic. He was also temporary adviser for several WHO activities and a member of the Review Committee on the functioning of the IHR (2005) and assessment of the international preparedness and response to the pandemic of influenza (H1N1) 2009.

Professor Aditama has been Professor of Pulmonology and Respiratory Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia, and DTM&H in London (LSHTM) and also Adjunct Professor in the Centre for Environment and Population Health, Griffith University, Australia. He has authored more than 100 publications.

He has been involved in the health sector in government management positions and as an academic researcher. After finishing his medical studies, he worked as the head of health centres in several municipalities. He did his specialist training in pulmonology and respiratory health (infection consultant) at the University of Indonesia. He was the Medical Director of Persahabatan Hospital Jakarta in early 2000s.

Dr John Miller B.Sc., PhD

Dr Miller qualified as a Bachelor of Science (Chemistry), PhD in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and a Diploma of Business Administration.

He worked for many years with the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration before moving into industry, in which his duties covered Production Development, consulting on Medicine Application both operations and Technical Manager and Divisional Compliance Manager for 7 major pharmaceutical companies in Australia for over 30 years. Dr Miller currently has his own business acting as a consultant to many local and international pharmacy companies.

Professor Lifang Jiang MD

Professor Jiang is the Director of Department of Microbiology at the Zhongshan School of Medicine at Sun Yat-sen University, China. She has held the position of the Department Head since 1993.

Professor Jiang is a Member of the Committee of Chinese Association of Microbiology and the Deputy Director of the Board of Guangdong Province Association of Microbiology. Her research interests include pathogenicity, immunity and molecular epidemiology of Dengue viruses, SARS-Coronavirus and Influenza A H5N1 virus. She has lead a team to play a key role in the discovery of the SARS-Coronavirus in 2003, and of the Influenza A H5N1 virus in 2005 in China.

Dr Tan M.D.MBBS (Qld), BA, Dip. MSM (Otago, New Zealand)

Dr Tan is a General Practitioner who carried out his residence training in the Royal Brisbane Hospital and Redcliffe Hospitals from 1978-1980.

He went into General Practice in 1980 and is currently working in a Family Medical Centre in Brisbane.

He has special interests in Musculo-skeletal medicine and melanoma skin cancers.

Dr Tan brings to the committee “hands on” experience that is invaluable in understanding the medical/human inter action and re action needed in dealing with the practical art of medicine.

Professor Lukman Hakim MSc. PhD

Professor Hakim served as Head of the Research Centre for Pharmaceutical and Traditional Medicine Development of the Ministry of Health in the Republic of Indonesia from 2000-2003. Following this he worked as a Research Consultant in The National Agency for Drug and Food Control from 2003-2006.

He is currently the Head of the Laboratory of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Department of Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacy at Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Professor Hakim has research experience in pre-clinical studies on the pharmacokinetics and pharmacology of drugs and herbal medicines, drug-herbal medicine interactions in laboratory animals, clinical bioavailability-bio equivalency studies in human subjects, and clinical trials of Indonesian herbal medicines.