Beth A. Traylor, MD
Board President, Cenegenics Education and Research Foundation
Dr. Traylor is a board-certified family physician who brings to the AMMEF a rich knowledge of—and on-going curiosity about—bioidentical hormone replacement. While this area is what brought her to Cenegenics for her own training, Dr. Traylor emphasizes in her teaching that hormone optimization is just one third of the nutrition-exercise-hormone balance triad. Dr. Traylor served as lead physician and branch medical officer for the San Jose Medical Group while maintaining a full clinical practice with a special area of interest in women’s health. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians—not to mention an accomplished chef focused on the medical importance of healthy nutrition.
J.E. Clark Delanois
Secretary/Treasurer, Cenegenics Education and Research Foundation
As Managing Director of the West Lake Forest Financial Center, J. E. Clark Delanois leads a team of professionals who provide investment/fiduciary services as well as private and commercial banking solutions. He has served as Managing Director of the Schaumburg Financial Center and Division Manager of the Illinois West Region Owner Entrepreneur Client Group. A graduate of the University of Illinois College of Business and Cannon Trust I, II and III, he serves on several boards: Friendship Senior Options (board of directors), Age Management Medicine Education Foundation (trustee), Roosevelt University (board member), Chicago Community Trust (professional advisory committee) and WINGS Leadership (board member). He also chairs the Harper College Educational Foundation investment committee and serves as commissioner for the Village of Schaumburg Business Commission.
Robert D. Langer, MD, MPH
Board Member, Cenegenics Education and Research Foundation
Dr. Robert D. Langer is the founder, principal scientist and medical director of the Jackson Hole Center for Preventive Medicine. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Preventive Medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Preventive Medicine, the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Heart Association Scientific Councils. He has served as the principal investigator for more than 30 national and international clinical trials and observational studies with cumulative funding of more than $26 million over the past 25 years. He is the author of over 180 publications in peer-reviewed literature and a sought-after speaker, presenting invited lectures in 13 countries on 4 continents. He earned his medical degree from the Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine – University of Illinois, completed an internship in family medicine at Overlook Hospital (Summit, New Jersey) and a residency in preventive medicine at the University of California – San Diego State University, where he also earned an MPH in epidemiology.