W. Gill Woodall, PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Communication and Journalism and a Senion Scientist in the Center on Alcoholism, Substance Abuse and Addictions at the University of New Mexico. Dr. Woodall is an expert in the prevention of alcohol-related problems including driving under the influence and binge drinking. He has led projects creating novel online programs to prevent binge drinking by college students and to provide training in responsible beverage service, resulting in the Way To Serve training program licensed and marketed by Wedge Communications.
David B. Buller, PhD, is Senior Scientist at Klein Buendel, Inc., a health communication and media development firm in Golden, Colorado. Dr. Buller has extensive experience creating programs to prevent cancer and other chronic disease for children and adults, delivered over the newest online and mobile technologies. Dr. Buller led the research to develop a mobile application for smart phones that enhances a text messaging system to help smokers quit, which has been launched by Wedge Communications in the State of Colorado as Colorado Quit Mobile. Klein Buendel’s designers and programmers produced the Way To Serve online training and Colorado Quit Mobile.
Erwin Bettinghaus, PhD, is Senior Scientist at Klein Buendel, Inc. Formerly a member of the National Cancer Advisory Board, Dr. Bettinghaus is an expert in community programs and news media coverage related to the prevention of chronic disease. He was formerly the Dean of the College of Communication Arts and Sciences at Michigan State University.