Chris Duffield, Ph.D.
Stanford CA 94309-9652
Check out IPTQ.com, my big website about insulin potentiation therapy (IPT).
The information on that website could save the life of someone close to you, and
could change the practice of medicine worldwide.
I gave a
talk (read about it) about virtual information and the virtual information domain (Vid)
at the Xerox PARC Forum on February 15, 2001.
it now on the Microsoft MURL website. (100 KBps connection required).
Personal statement: I am a generalist, interested
and active in many realms. After exploring and participating in a lot of
fields, I find that they all begin to fit together in my life, intuition,
comprehension, action, and experience. For me, Stanford and the Bay
Area and the Earth are a playground of endless fascinations. I am
delighted to have this chance to be alive, participate, and contribute.
Skills: Science &
technology consultant. Creative problem solving, liaison, insight,
foresight, research, invention,
writing, innovation, overview, intuition, vision.
|visiting scholar, Department of Pediatrics,
School of Medicine, Stanford University. Lab research on insulin
potentiation therapy (IPT),|
IPTQ.com a website about
insulin potentiation therapy (IPT), probably one of the greatest
medical discoveries of the 20th century, which has been ignored for 70
years. IPT could offer better treatment for cancer, arthritis,
infectious, respiratory, cardiovascular, neurological, and other
diseases. This is a large, comprehensive website.
Read about how I got involved
|Science & Technology Consultant, based in Silicon Valley.
Research, design, intuition. Involved as co-founder in two biotech
|Director of the Virtual Information Lab™
(VIL).and its Info-X ™
|Visiting Scholar, Center for Latin American
Studies, Stanford University. Research, writing, and teaching
about insulin potentiation therapy (IPT), and its discovery by
Mexican doctor Donato Perez Garcia MD in 1926.
|Visiting Scholar, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, California.
Research projects: magnetic fields and water, memory effects in water, and more...
Working with Professor emeritus William A.
Tiller and his Ph.D. student Masumi Yamashita.|
|Research Associate, large neuroscience lab
of Carol Barnes and Bruce McNaughton, University of Arizona.|
Design/Science/Engineering/Computer consultant in Tucson.|
|Director of Scientific Research, and Corporate Secretary,
SANA Institute, Inc.|
|Treasurer and Vice Chairman of Medical Renaissance
|Associate Engineer for Sverdrup at NASA-Ames.|
Current projects & interests: Launching IPTQ.org.
Inertia experiments. New computing and communications concepts.
New genomics and gene chip concepts. Quantum nonlocality in nanoscale
systems. Technoecology. Consciousness.
New ways of doing business.
Past projects & interests: Running shoe design.
Medical measuring instruments. Neuroscience electrodes and lab apparatus. Jet
website. Technoecology book. Information technology book. Screenplay with science
& spirituality themes.
Past writing projects & publications:
Geothermal and solar
energy technoecology overview monographs.
Virtual information domain abstract at Tucson II
Consciousness Evolution and the Space Odyssey (2001) Tunnel, private manuscript in 1971.
Amherst College: B.A., geology.
University of Arizona: M.S. in
geosciences, Ph.D. in global technoecology and arid lands, and postdoctoral studies in
optics, electronics, engineering, neuroscience, and business.
C Duffield consulting logo © 1997
Honors: Presidential Scholar. National Merit
Scholar. Sigma Xi scientific society. Rolex Awards for Enterprise,
international finalist. Invited speaker at Royal Nepal Academy of Science &
Pastimes and outside interests: Travel. Nature.
Solar eclipses. Movies. Arts of all kinds. Jazz. Hiking, trail running. Attending seminars, conferences,
and trade shows. Flying, surfing, and snowboarding in my next life, when
there is time... time...
Family background: One of my great grandfathers, Selim Franklin, was a
founder of the University of Arizona. My mother, Mary Rose Duffield, is a landscape
architect and author.
My father, Richard Duffield, is an attorney in Tucson, Arizona. And my biological father, Milton
Frank, was involved in high level public relations with the US Air Force, California State
University system, and Adelphi University, and was U.S. Ambassador to Nepal.
To help develop radically new technologies and scientific
understandings. To understand and experience consciousness. To get to know my
inner resources, and to manifest them in the world, while I have this precious
life. To learn to
be a human being and to fully appreciate being alive. Oh, and I'm still
hoping my ideal female partner will show up...