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Fred Westall
Professor of Biochemistry

Professor Fred Westall is an expert in the biochemistry of immunology and autoimmune disease. Educated at the University of California at San Diego, he later served as director of laboratory work for Jonas Salk at the Salk Institute. His research has included definitive elucidation of the peptide and protein structures that stimulate experimental allergic encephalomyelitis, a primary experimental model for study of Multiple Sclerosis and related diseases.

Founder of the Institute for Disease Research in Temecula, California, Professor Westall has carried out extensively published biochemical research, especially in the disciplines of peptide mediated effects.

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