Brent Dorval, PhD Scientific Adviser
Brent Dorval is the creator of the FIT Test. He was involved in the creation of the first HIV/AIDS rapid diagnostic assay. Dr. Dorval has over 25 years of experience in strategic management of research, manufacturing and regulatory affairs in the area of medical devices and diagnostics. Previously, Dr. Dorval held a number of management positions and served as an adviser to the World Health Organization committee on vaccines and diagnostics. Dr. Dorval has several patents covering rapid assays, novel biomarkers and a novel Polio Virus vaccine. Dr. Dorval holds a Ph.D. in Medical Microbiology and Immunology from the College of Medicine, The Ohio State University and performed postdoctoral studies and was a Visiting Scholar in the Department of Chemistry at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Joel Evans, MD Medical Director
Joel M. Evans, M.D., a board-certified OB/GYN and international lecturer, is the Medical Director of KBMO Diagnostics as well as the Director of The Center for Functional Medicine in Stamford, CT. His work with KBMO allows Dr. Evans to help physicians understand the importance of the relationship of food sensitivities to health and disease. He is a member of the senior faculty of two of the most recognized and prestigious teaching institutions in integrative medicine: The Institute for Functional Medicine and the Center for Mind/Body Medicine. He continues to serve as the external leada of the IFM Advanced Practice Module in Hormone Health since its inception in 2011. Dr. Evans serves as a peer reviewer for the journals Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine and Global Advances in Health and Medicine and is a member of the editorial advisory board of Holistic Primary Care. Having pursued studies in spirituality, metaphysics, and personal transformation for many years, Dr. Evans has recently created a core curriculum designed to share ancient spiritual wisdom with others to help bring health and happiness into their lives.