President, Soft Cell Biological research
Potomac, Maryland | PathNorth member since 2019
Greg is President of Soft Cell Biological Research, a startup biotech company focused on combatting antibiotic-resistant “superbugs” that have become one of the gravest threats to global health. Prior to that, he spent four decades in virus research, co-founding Virion Systems, Inc. and pioneering the standard of care for preventing RSV pneumonia in high-risk infants. In 2008, he and his wife JaLynn founded Madison House Autism Foundation (madisonhouseautism.org), named after their adult autistic son, to address the lifespan issues facing autistic adults, their families and other caregivers. He chairs national advisory councils at the University of Utah and his alma mater, Dixie State University (St. George, UT), and is a governor of Wesley Theological Seminary in DC. He has published over 150 scientific papers and four books.