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David Wilson earned a Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Columbia University, and works as a medical doctor. He taught chemistry at the University level for five years.
Lenore Hoyt teaches chemistry at Idaho State University. She has done post-doctoral studies at Yale University, and holds a Ph.D. from University of Tennessee. She has been a reader for the AP Chemistry exam for 5 years.
Lisa Zuraw has been a professor in the Chemistry Department at The Citadel in Charleston, SC for 12 years. She has served as a faculty reader for the AP Chemistry exam as well as a member of the AP Chemistry Test Development Committee.
Jason Just has been teaching AP, IB, and general chemistry for 15 years at suburban high schools aound St. Paul, Minnesota. He has contributed to science curriculum and teacher training through St. Mary's University, the Science Museum of Minnesota, Lakeville Area, South St. Paul, and North St. Paul public schools.