Jonathan David Kibble trained as a physiologist at the University of Manchester (UK) in the early 1990s. His previous academic positions have been at the University of Sheffield Medical School (UK) and at St. George's University (Grenada). Most recently he taught physiology at The Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada), where, in addition to serving as the physiology course director, he did research in renal physiology and active learning methods. Currently he is helping to develop the medical curriculum at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. He has taught physiology to over 4000 medical students from around the world.
Colby Ray Halsey received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Colorado at Boulder in Exercise Physiology and recently graduated from the University of Vermont College of Medicine, where he was elected into Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and the Gold Humanism Honor Society. He was awarded the Ellsworth Amidon Award for outstanding proficiency in Internal Medicine. He is currently a resident in Internal Medicine at Washington University Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. Colby worked on this project during his fourth year of medical school and offers a unique student/peer perspective to the clinical content of the book.