Mr. James E. Ehrlich M.D. serves as Clinical Collaborator of Premier Micronutrient Corporation. Dr. Ehrlich served as Medical Consultant at Atherotech, Inc. Dr. Ehrlich served as the Chief Medical Officer of Atherotech, Inc., since June 18, 2007. Dr. Ehrlich is the Medical Co-Director in Houston, Washington D.C. and Boston, while consulting at several other imaging centers nationally and in Europe. He is a veteran in the development of advanced coronary risk assessment centers in major metropolitan cities. He has an extraordinary range of skills and experience and has been primarily involved in the early detection and assessment of coronary, stroke and cancer risk. He serves on the Emeritus staff of Rose Medical Center in Denver. Dr. Ehrlich served as Corporate Medical Director of U.S. Preventive Medicine, Inc. Dr. Ehrlich served as the Medical Director of Colorado Heart Imaging (CHI) in Denver, which he founded. He served as the Medical Director of Heart Check in Washington, D.C.; HeartScan Houston and HeartScan Indiana in Indianapolis. He served as Chairman of the National Medical Advisory Board of U.S. Preventive Medicine. He serves as a Member of Medical Advisory Board of Infrared Sciences Corp., and U.S. Preventive Medicine. He is a Director and Founding Member of the Society of Atherosclerosis Imaging. He is the president of the Society for Responsible Preventive Imaging. He is on the cardiovascular advisory panels for Pfizer and Genzyme and is on the speaker”s bureau of numerous diagnostic and pharmaceutical corporations. He also directs physician seminars on preventive medicine worldwide and has appeared on over 150 radio and TV broadcasts. He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the department of Medicine at the George Washington University Medical Center in Washington DC. He was a Clinical Assistant Professor in the department of Anesthesiology at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, a specialty he practiced for twenty years. Dr. Ehrlich is on the staff of University Hospital and Rose Medical Center in Denver. Considered an Authority in the integration of imaging methods with conventional coronary risk assessment, he has given over 75 lectures to physician audiences in 3 continents during the past 4 years. He has contributed a chapter on Electron Beam Tomography imaging for the second edition of Cardiology Secrets, a textbook released in 2001. He is routinely profiled in the Denver Business Journal, ‘Who’s Who in Health Care’ and for two years hosted a talk radio show on KHOW emphasizing preventive medicine. He did his Internship and Residency training at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. He is involved in atherosclerosis research with investigators at three medical schools. Dr. Ehrlich holds a degree in Medicine from Boston University (1976, magna cum laude).