Scientist Solutions - Collaborate4Cures

We help the World's Life Scientists so they can Heal Disease Faster
Marcia Allen
San Diego, California
United States
6 Team Members
Helping scientists find cures for diseases faster.
That’s what Scientist Solutions is all about.
1. Participate and help your favorite lab or institution win a $5,000 grant (for their lab) or a $20,000 grant (for their institution). Be sure to mention the name of your favorite lab or institution after you contribute. Here's how:

After you make your contribution here on Indiegogo, you'll receive an email within 24 hours from Scientist Solutions. Open that email and click on the name of your favorite Lab or Institution to help them win these grants. If we meet our funding goal, then whoever gets the most name mentions wins!

(The winners will be determined by the number of contributions, not the amount of money donated.  Even $1 donations can help you win! In the event of a tie, the winner will be determined by the total amount donated in the name of your favorite Lab or Institution.)
2. Who's in the Lead to Win our $5,000-$20,000 Grants?

Baylor College of Medicine - Wensel Lab
Case Western Reserve - Boron Lab
Rice - Beth Beason Lab
Texas A & M
UCSF - Marcus Muench Lab
University of Georgia - William S. York Lab
University of Washington Seattle - Ram Sarvar Lab
University of Wisconsin Madison - Zinnen Lab
University of Delhi - Cancer Proteomics Research Lab

3. Cool Perks:

4. How Scientist Solutions Helps Scientists
Find Cures for Disease Faster:

Scientist Solutions is a collaborative website. It's like Wikipedia in the amount of scientific information it houses, and it's like Facebook in how Scientists can interact and collaborate on our Forums.
We help accelerate the pace of scientific discovery by enabling scientists around the world to collaborate online in real time, all for free.  This helps scientists find cures for diseases faster and save millions of lives.

(CLICK HERE to Watch a video  about how scientific collaboration helped contain SARS before it became a worldwide epidemic 

We are one of the largest Life Science collaboration websites in the world.

Over the past 3 years we have been studied by a National Science Foundation grant recipient as one of the two best sites for scientists on the Internet. On our own we have bootstrapped and been able to grow the company to the point of reaching 1 million scientists a year. And we have advanced science thousands of times. But it’s not enough.

With an estimated 12-15 million life science researchers worldwide we are just scratching the surface.
With your help, we will connect 100% of the world's Life Scientists and cause an explosion of scientific discovery that can literally change our planet.
5. Where in the World Are Our Scientists?

Scientists from 163 countries collaborate on our website
to find cures for disease faster

6. Why the World Needs Scientist Solutions:

Life science researchers spend hours each week looking for products, protocols (recipes for experiments) and information. When a scientist/researcher gets “stuck “or has a challenge with their experiment, they can post a question on one of our moderated forums and often within hours they will have solutions posted from other scientists around the world. Because our forums are moderated by scientists, the answers to posted questions aren’t just crazy ideas posted by anyone, they are well-thought out and reality-based scientific answers that help move a scientist’s research forward.

Each question answered can save a scientist one month, two months, or even six months in their experiment. Take 1 million scientists and add up the time savings and you can begin to see how we are helping to accelerate the pace of scientific discovery and finding cures for disease.


These are all the areas of life science we help solve problems in.

7. A small segment of the Clients and Institutions we serve, publications we have been mentioned in and organizations we give back to.

8. Use of Funds

How we will spend the money we raise:

1. Website Development: We desperately need to overhaul the code of our website. After we re-code our website to make it stable and strong, we'll be poised to connect all 15 Million Life Scientists of the world.

 $4500/month for 24 months = $108,000

2. Staffing:

We're so grateful to all our moderators who have generously donated their time to forward scientific collaboration on our site. It's about time they got paid what they're worth!

We'll use Indiegogo funds to pay our awesome staff:

Stipends for Moderators: $200/month (24 months) for 26 moderators = $124,800

2 Support Staff (12 months) = 2 Support Staff at $3200/month x 12 months = $38,400

Our goal is $270,000. But we'll let you in on a little secret: our real goal is to raise $1 Million through this Indiegogo campaign (April 15 - June 14, 2013)!

If we raise way more than our Indiegogo goal, we have even more plans.

We will dedicate the proceeds to populating our Site (patent pending) with product reviews and work towards the goal of aggregating the world’s millions of life science products from over 600 suppliers (all our customers) in one convenient place so scientists won’t have to search and research so many sites when they are designing their experiments.

Additionally we would hire additional support staff for our Events Division of where we connect our 600 supplier clients to scientists on site at their institutions so the two may have regular contact on the latest and most innovative products.

Please help us blow our goal out of the water so we can do everything we're dreaming of to help the Life Scientists of the World!
9. About Us

Scientist Solutions is a majority woman owned company dedicated to life science advocacy worldwide.

Scientist Solutions Inc. was started in 2004 for the purpose of promoting the worldwide advancement of science and biotechnology. To achieve this goal we have developed an internet discussion site or "Board" to provide scientists a resource for the exchange of ideas and information.
A Note from Marcia (Founder of Scientist Solutions)

The inspiration for Scientist Solutions came from two places: 
I saw the power of E-Bay many years ago to connect people:  What one person sees as trash is treasure to someone else.   While working with Southern BioTech, I saw scientists struggling every day to find antibodies.  Back then producing a monoclonal antibody was a 9 month process and the result wasn't guaranteed.  I saw my boss, Charles Lichtman, the CEO connecting scientists from one lab to another to share antibodies.  With the emergence of the Internet I felt there needed to be a hub for scientists to connect and share information, problem solve and even collaborate.
For instance, if one scientist in China shares an antibody from his or her freezer with a scientist in California, that can potentially save several months in an experiment.

Marcia Allen
If we improve efficiencies throughout all aspects of research, we can accelerate life science, finding cures years earlier.

Help us connect every scientist in the world and together we can change the world. Thank you!
Meet the Scientist Solutions Team

Welcome from Scientist Solutions' Team Leaders
Alfred Lagaya - Co-Founder
Scientist Solutions Events

I was a scientist at AxyS Pharmaceuticals in La Jolla, CA where our research revolved around high-throughput, genetic disease study programs such as Diabetes, Asthma, Schizophrenia, and Osteoporosis, prior to joining a sales team selling disposables for HTS and other science applications. Marcia and I were disturbed seeing reps walking into labs and invading scientists’ privacy. As reps ourselves, we were extremely uncomfortable walking into scientists personal bench spaces. We realized scientists needed access to technology and products but wanted to completely change the process of selling into labs. We started putting on vendor shows in 1998 with about two dozen vendor friends to get the lab doors closed, while improving the efficiency of the flow of information to scientists. About five years later we formerly incorporated BioTech Solutions. Today the company is called Scientist Solutions Events. We hope you have enjoyed less interruption of your experiments. Please let us know if you would like us to host an event at your Institution.

David Klein - Chief Executive Officer,
Scientist Solutions, Inc., Scientist Solutions Events & GATCAT

David Klein joined Scientist Solutions after a 25 year career in the Technology Sector of the Silicon Valley.After working for or with companies like HP, Siebel Systems, Microsoft, Intel and Legend (now Lenovo), he was intrigued by what we are doing here at Scientist Solutions.

 “Having a brother with ALS and knowing there is very little funding for this terrible disease makes me passionate to help scientists in their quest for discovery and cures.  I hope to use my experience in technology, both with prominent companies and successful growth of my own start up to propel the Scientist Solutions organization and family to make a difference in life science"

Fraser Moss - President
Scientist Solutions, Inc.

I am Fraser Moss, President of and also known as TheFFM on the site. I have a Ph. D. in Pharmacology from University College London and postdoc experience at the California Institute of Technology and Case Western Reserve University as well as spending some time in industry. My research has focused predominantly on neuronal ion channel and neurotransmitter transporter biophysics. I have extensive training in electrophysiology, fluorescence imaging, molecular biology and protein biochemistry and have employed these techniques to investigate the oligomerization, stoichiometry, trafficking and pharmacology of these elegant multimeric proteins in both normal and disease states. Before I became a moderator and then President of the site, I found in 2005 while looking for information on the web to troubleshoot a problem with my research. I've been logged on ever since. 

I quickly recognized the site’s power to allow quick interaction with peers from all over the world to help obtain the information I needed. I have gained a great deal of satisfaction sharing my own knowledge and experience on the site. I hope to continue to help my fellow scientists through for many more years and see the site become the first port of call for life-scientists worldwide when they turn on their web browsers.

Meet our fantastic team of scientist moderators
Scientist Solutions was created FOR scientists and is run BY scientists.
Our moderators are a dedicated bunch of  life scientists who read and answer posts,  look up information for you and help keep our board organized and orderly.


Guy Sovak - Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
Chief Scientist and Moderator of Anatomy & Physiology, Biomaterials, Microscopy & Imaging andCytology, Histology & IHC.

I graduated with a degree in Education of Biological Sciences, and proceeded to do a MSc. at the Faculty of Medicine in the Technion, Haifa Israel. Nowadays I am researching fascia and intermuscular connective tissue in the psoas major muscle and its implication on non-uniform psoas deformation under tensile load using histology, immunohistology and biochemistry methods. One of my main interests lies in finding whether there are differences in protein levels within different cross-sectional planes in and the effects on treatment load transfer through soft tissue during therapy.

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Ivan Delgado - President and CEO of Mouse Genotype
Moderator of DNA (PCR, Real-Time PCR)

After 10 years in academic research I moved to industry, where I worked at DNA sequencing companies, genetic testing companies, and biopharmaceutical testing companies, before I started my own genetic testing company. I am currently President and CEO of Mouse Genotype, a company dedicated to providing high quality and affordable mouse genotyping services. I was very lucky early on in my career when I received excellent training form post-docs and professors at various academic institutions. Scientist Solutions gives me the opportunity to give back. At the same time it is also a great venue to keep up to date with what scientists are doing in the laboratory.

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Sambuddho Mukherjee - Duke University
Moderator of Antibody Based Technologies and Cell Culture & Tissue Culture

I have been an active member at SSI for well over three years now, having got there through the simple accident of a Google search. The information I got then saved me weeks of trial experiments. It’s a great feeling when I'm able to pay it back and get heartfelt thanks from another researcher.  That's what embodies the spirit that drives this site;  scientists helping other scientists!

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Ed Dunphy - University of Wisconsin
Moderator of The Lighter Side of Science

I’m Edward Dunphy, a research scientist and comic strip writer in Madison, WI.  I grew up in New York, graduated from the University of Chicago and have worked primarily in academic labs in Chicago and Madison since 1985.  I recently made a move into the private sector and I have to say I’m pretty happy with the change thus far. Marcia asked me to join the Scientist Solutions team two years ago after seeing my Lab Bratz science humor webcomic.   As the Moderator for “The Lighter Side of Science” forums, I’ve enjoyed scouring the internet for interesting science quotes, scientist birthdays, weird science facts and science jokes.  I also regularly post the archives of my Lab Bratz webcomic on the forum.

Merlin Bicking - President of Analytical Chemistry Consulting and Training Associates, Inc.
Moderator of Analytical Chemistry

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Jason King- Edinburgh University College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine
Moderator of Virology

I have been a postdoc at Edinburgh University's College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine since 2001. My work here has involved using cloning and producing recombinant AAV, Adenovirus and lentiviruses to overexpress or knockdown gene expression to better understand mechanisms involved in inflammation and cancer and very recently,  human ES cell work. I stumbled upon Scientist Solutions just as I was beginning a new project and was happy to find such a friendly community that was always keen to point fellow scientists in the right direction. I found that this matched my (Scouting) scientist values and so now I'm "doing a good turn every day" - well almost.

Marcus Muench - Blood Systems Research Institute. 
Moderator of Stem Cell Technology

The research focus of my laboratory is on development stem cell biology, particularly of the hematopoietic and hepatic systems.  A driving force behind my basic research efforts is a desire for the research to be clinically applicable, particularly in the field of fetal medicine. I believe that an active online community of scientists helping each other is a mutually beneficial arrangement that will foster research progress.  I have found Scientist Solutions to be a new way to meet colleagues that share similar research interests.

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Peter Barlow- Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)
Moderator of Immunology

I joined Scientist Solutions after being introduced to it by the Virology moderator, Jason King, while I was a postdoc in the Centre for Inflammation Research at the University of Edinburgh.  I am now a Fellow in the Influenza Division at the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia.  My primary interests lie in modulating the immune response to bacterial and viral infection.  I'm very happy to be a part of what is a fantastic and valuable resource for every person in the scientific community.

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Sami Tuomivaara - Moderator of Protein Chemistry & Bioinformatics

I’m currently pursuing a PhD degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. My dissertation work focuses on the structure and function of plant cell wall, a topic which I find intellectually extremely challenging. Besides cell wall research, I’m interested in a wide range of topics in biosciences and I hope this multidisciplinary interest and the depth of my training will help me to be an independent researcher in the future. In the summer of 2009, a colleague introduced me to SSI and I started contributing soon after that. After less than one year stint as a regular contributor to the SSI forums, I was asked to join the moderators’ team, which I gladly accepted. I hope this way I can give back the scientific community some of the knowledge I have received over the years.

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Gaganjot Singh - University of Delhi
Moderator of Cancer, Diagnostics & Proteomics

I’m Gaganjot Singh also known as Argerine on the I have my Ph.D. in Biochemistry with specialization in cancer proteomics from University of Delhi, India. My research work is based on the screening of protein based serological markers for diagnosis of lung, breast and ovarian carcinomas. I am currently teaching Cell and Molecular Biology to the under graduate students at University of Delhi. I joined SSI in April, 2009 and as a moderator in 2011. The fabulous part of Scientist Solutions lies in the fact that a large number of professionals from all over the world, provide expert help based upon their own research experience. Together in SSI, we are determined to help and discuss the problems faced by fellow scientists and researchers to explore the numerous fantastic possibilities of science.

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Chin Fen Teo 
Moderator of Protein Chemistry & Glycobiology

I am currently pursuing my PhD degree in Biochemistry, focusing on the impact of glycosylation on cell signaling. I stumbled across Scientist Solutions one summer evening of 2009 while searching for a “second opinion” regarding one of the experiments I was working on. Having read some of the threads on the forum, I realized that I could also contribute and help others to overcome their problems similar to mine, which I spent days or weeks or even months figuring out by myself. Hence I started actively posting my tips and thoughts. In the spring of 2010, I gratefully accepted an invitation to join the team of Scientist Solutions' moderators. I hope that as a moderator, I can continue helping others in the true spirit of science.

Qiang Wang - Michigan State University
Moderator of Protein Dection

I had always admired that Scientist Solutions could do so much for the scientific community, so I became a member in 2006. In November of last year I was selected to be moderator of the Protein Detection and Plant Biology forum. I am proud to be on the Scientist Solutions team working hard to contribute more to society.

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Ginny Pearce
Moderator of Mitochondria Research

My overall research centers on human gender specific stem cell renewal with the objective of advancing the understanding and treatment of disease and injury. Adult stem cells are capable of renewing themselves, and/or generating multiple cell types during normal growth and repair. However, these capabilities can also play a role in diseased states that are associated with inflammatory response/stress and cancer. To harness and take advantage of renewal capabilities, my research focuses on two areas (1) optimization and characterization of adult stem cell cultures for renewal and selection of cell subtypes, and (2) identification and subcellular localization of certain mitochondrial associated proteins that mediate stem cell renewal/survival. The types of adult stem cells used in these studies include human neural stem cells derived from fetal tissue and mammary epithelial stem cells. Proteins of interest studied include stem cell markers for identification of cell types, and mitochondrial associated proteins survivin, p53, cytochrome c, TOM20, nuclear receptors, and hTERT for renewal. My research efforts are aimed at determining subtypes and their associated proteins as potential targets for pharmacological mediation of stem cell renewal. I am fortunate to collaborate with both institutional and industry sources to develop and culture gender specific stems cell lines.

Varsha Singh - Duke University
Moderator of Microbiology, Proteomics and Model Organisms

I am Varsha Singh. I am currently a postdoctoral fellow in a Microbial Pathogenesis Lab at Duke University Med center. I am so excited about microbes that I have them pervade my work, personal life and hobbies. I have even done an oil painting of a macrophage infected with Pneumophila (PDF available on request). So, when I got an opportunity to be part of Scientistsolutions as a moderator for ‘Microbiology, I leapt at it. It has been tons of fun and a learning experience. It is easier and fun to share than to go alone. Since then I am also become a moderator for “Proteomics”.  A recently added “Model Organisms’ forum, is my favorite as it includes C. elegans.

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Rusty Bishop 
Moderator of Protein Chemistry

I earned my PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics from the University of Alabama-Birmingham. The exciting part of Scientist Solutions is helping scientists get their experiments done faster. I love it when someone figures out a tough experiment that has taken months of their valuable time. That’s what every part of the company is really about - pushing back the frontiers through communication.

Omai Garner - UCLA
Moderator of General, Genetics and Bioethics.

My name is Omai Garner, and I am a postdoctoral researcher at UCLA in the department of pathology. I work in the lab of Dr. Linda Baum and study the role of glycosylation in innate immunity and viral pathology. I was always taught that science, at its best, is a collaborative process. It’s collaboration, and not competition, which produces the most significant advances in biomedical research.  This website provides a rare opportunity for scientists to interact with others worldwide through a well organized and useful discussion forum.

Chris Fisher - Private Industry
Moderator of Biochemistry, Biophysics, Organic Chemistry and Animal & Veterinary Technology

I am currently a Microbiologist at STERIS Corporation involved in the research and development of disinfectants and sterilants for the medical industry, including business acquisitions and licensing opportunities.  I received my Ph.D. in Microbiology from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. The great aspect of working for SSI is that everyone is encouraged to provide their ideas for developing the site.   Scientist Solutions is really being developed by scientists, for scientists.

Ryan Morin - British Columbia Genome Sciences Centre
Moderator of Genomics

My name is Ryan Morin and I am currently pursuing a doctorate degree in bioinformatics at the Genome Sciences Centre in Vancouver, Canada.  I have been the moderator for the Genomics forum at Scientist Solutions for the past 3 years.  I started moderating for the board after being a user/contributor for several months. Scientist Solutions has been a great way to find answers to problems I’ve encountered in my research.  It has also been useful in meeting people with common research interests.

Ben Good - University of British Columbia
Moderator of Bioinformatics

I'm finishing up my PhD. in bioinformatics at the University of British Columbia.  My research has focused around  defining new ways to create, measure, and apply the components of the  semantic Web for the life sciences.  I'm particularly interested in  social tagging (e.g. Connotea, and other approaches to  community-driven creation of metadata.   I've been involved with SSI since 2006.  Looking forward, I hope, to continue to contribute both as a technical advisor on Web-related aspects of information science and as a participant in the forums.

Shareef Nahas - Harvard University
Moderator of DNA (PCR, Real Time PCR)

I am a post doctoral fellow in the department of Pathology and laboratory medicine at UCLA working on identifiying defective gene products in rare genetic orphan diseases. Since joining Scientist Solutions, I have not only been able to help and meet wonderful people through the numerous scientific categories and like research interests, but I have learned ... and continue to learn ... new and exciting techniques and ideas from others on the site.

Ashish Kumar- UC-Santa Barbara
Moderator of Pharmacology & Drug Discovery

I am a diversely trained scientist with a background in genetics, C. elegans biology, bioinformatics and nanotechnology. I am currently at the Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology department at UCSB. I am very interested in molecular diagnostics, drug discovery and development and have been moderating these forums at SSI since 2006. I look forward to the stimulating discussions here and helping our community to the best extent possible.

Anjuli Timmer - UC-San Diego
Moderator of Microbiology

My name is Anjuli Timmer and I co-moderate the Microbiology forum of Scientist Solutions. I did my undergraduate in Biology at the University of New Hampshire and after working as an Associate Scientist at AME for 2 years, joined the Molecular Pathology PhD program at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. My favorite part about Scientist Solutions is how many different people from different countries are involved – not only as members, but also participating in the company.   It has really brought scientists from all over the world together to help each other.

Saswati Hazra - UCLA
Moderator of Pharmacology & Drug Discovery

I am a Research Faculty at the division of Pulmonary and Critical Care, Department of Medicine, UCLA and my research work involves the area including Lung Cancer treatment and chemoprevention. I used to go to the SSI site to get help and then one day I saw a flyer hanging in the corridor looking for moderators. I contacted Marcia, who gladly accepted my request to volunteer.   I’ve learned a lot here. If I did not know the answer to a question, I was encouraged to go to pubmed to find the answer.   That way I also learned something new!
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Randy Gastwirt
My name is Dr. Randy Gastwirt. I am a post-doctoral fellow in the Departments of Orthopedics at UC San Diego and the Veterans Hospital.  I am originally from Brooklyn, NY but have called myself a Californian since high School. I got my BA in Biology from Pomona College and my PhD in Biomedical Sciences from UC San Diego School of Medicine. I joined the Scientist Solutions team almost a year ago because I believed that our site could have a major impact on the world of research science. In the future I envision a site that provides scientists with everything they need to do their research.  My current role is to increase web traffic though link exchanges and by spreading SS content, news and information around the web.

Arvind Pundir
I work at the National Brain Research Centre, a pioneer institute in India for research in Neuroscience.  I have 10 years experience in microbiology and histolgy, cytology and IHC.  I did my PG in lifescience and PG diploma in Biomedical Lab technology. I joined SSI as member in 2008 after seeing the SSI flyers in an adjacent lab.  Ever since, this has been my favorite place to visit on the web and I love helping our fellow members with their queries.  This is a fantastic science forum with a knowledge bank full of the expertise of numerous eminent scientists from around the world. 

Scientist Solutions' International Directors
Amarnath Annamalai
Director - India
Customer Services Manager
I am a Ph.D. Research Student in the Department of Animal Science, Bharathidasan University, Tamil Nadu, India. One day, while doing research on the web, I discovered Scientist Solutions and began a chat with Marcia. During our conversation, she asked me to promote the site in India and continuously inspired me to succeed. I am now Director of India for SSI and coordinating special projects for both SSI and SSE. In the past four years of my experience in SSI, I enjoyed meeting new people from various countries. Without their contribution we couldn't have grown. Thanks all! I welcome all indian scientists to our board and we can make a new history in life sciences once we assembled under one roof.

Andreas Heinemann
Director, Germany & Austria
I promote SSI to my distribution company customers and my friends by introducing them to the fantastic possibilities and advantages of the SSI website. Awareness of SSI and SSE in Europe is growing, but it’s not where it could be. Let’s conquer this market by sharing the opportunities! TOGETHER WE CAN!

Xin Zhang
Director, China
I am a Senior Research Scientist at Bayer with previous experience as a research Scientist at Merck, The Burnham Institute (under John Reed), and Elan Pharmaceuticals.   I founded a reference lab in China which over the past years has grown to annual revenue of $10 million.
Scientist Solutions' Sales & Support Team
Wenjun Wang
Webmaster Emeritus
I was senior software engineer working for Dept. of Defense contractor DefenseWeb Technologies. After joining Scientist Solutions, we have made a lot of improvements to the website. Almost every month we release new features that make the system better and better. We have received a lot of feedback from our members saying that we are doing a great job and that they see our website is getting better and better... I believe the company is set up to promote success. I love Scientist Solutions and the culture around here. People are motivated and things are getting done very fast.
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