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Scientific & Medical Advisors

Darrell Luke Holland, RN
Co-Chair, AYAO Work Group
Duke University Medical Center

Brad Love, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology & Mass Media
University of Texas at Austin

Leonard Sender, M.D.
Medical Director, AYAO Program
University of California, Irvine

H. Irene Su, M.D. M.S.C.E.
Assistant Professor of Reproductive Medicine
University of California, San Diego

David E. Victorson, Ph.D.
Professor, Medical Social Sciences
Northwestern University

Teresa K. Woodruff, Ph.D.
Vice Chair for Research
Northwestern University

Bradley Zebrack, Ph.D.
Professor, School of Social Work
University of Michigan

"Instapeer is the next step in 21st century tools focused on
improving social well-being and health-related quality of life."

Tambre Leighn, MA, CPC, PCC, ELI-MP
Cancer Survivorship Coach / Bereaved Spouse
Managing Director, 7th Level Wellbeing, iPEC
"Instapeer is unlike any other mHealth product out there. It brings an unparalleled level of innovation to the digital space and I cannot wait to use it to be there for others like me."

David Beach
Cancer Survivor
Director of Product, eBay Innovation & New Ventures
Founding Backers Lilly Oncology Prevent Cancer Foundation David Beach
Ronald Doornink
Kathy Douglas
Robert Kushner
The Martin Family
Nerd Herd Running
Katherine Estes Rogers Foundation
Leonard Sender, MD
Scott Slater
Jennifer Slutzky
Thrive/Survive Los Angeles
Edda Tinis
Beta Squad Backers ($500+)
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Zachary Greenzweig
The IBC Network Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Greenzweig
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