- Malaria Research
- Schisto Research
- Toxoplasma Research
- Tuberculosis Research
- General Open Research
- Getting Started
- Resources Needed
The Synaptic Leap has had a lot of help along the way. I'll do my best to keep a running log of those people who have helped behind the scenes. The names are in alphabetical order.
- Randy Akl is a developer at Oracle. He helped with some of the graphics for the website in the early days.
- Rick Bergquist, a consultant and board member for several silicon valley companies, was a good sounding board for me during the early days of TSL.
- Sid Chadwick, my father, has made generous contributions to help cover some of our administrative expenses.
- Doug Chasman is an architect at Salesforce.com. Doug did the heavy lifting system administration during our first year or so of The Synaptic Leap. I was getting back up to speed with these kinds of skills and Doug carried the ball with these activities for quite a while.
- Peter Gassner, president and CEO of Verticals on Demand, was a good sounding board for me during the early days of TSL.
- Chris Heller, is an architect at Grey Sparling Solutions, Inc. During the early days, Chris hosted a change management solutions for us so we could track our enhancement ideas and code modifications.
- Rich Manalang, is a Web 2.0 gu-ru at Oracle. Rich deployed the very first version of Drupal for us to beta with Tropical Disease Initiative.
- Scott Merkle, is a sales and marketing executive for technology companies. Scott gave us early advise for TSL launch activities and also served on our board of directors for a little more than a year.
- Khurram Mahmood, is a development manager at Workday. Khurram has served as a system administration backup when I have gone out of town.
- Ken Pugsley, a software developer at Workday, helped with some early system administration and continues to provide technical assistance periodically. He has also served as my system administration backup when I go out of town.
Volunteers like this are my heroes.