Dr. Peter Acs is a Board-Certified Hematologist and Oncologist with over 23 years of experience as a researcher and practitioner. He has a PhD in Molecular and Cancer Biology, and worked at the National Cancer Institute for 6 years and was a practicing oncologist for 10 years with Florida Cancer Specialists. He holds multiple patents for innovative drug applications, and has authored and co-authored over 40 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. Dr. Acs, as the founder of Nutronco, has succeeded in developing All-In-One Natural and Non-GMO nutritional supplements that are scientifically designed for people concerned with maintaining overall body health and function, patients undergoing chemotherapy, and post chemotherapy. He also leads the clinical team in developing cutting edge nutritional supplements for Aging and Brain Health, changing how nutrition is utilized in healthcare.
Stephen Anton, PhD Senior Advisor for Aging and Geriatrics
Dr. Anton is an Associate Professor and Chief, Division of Clinical Research Department of Aging and Geriatric Research at the University of Florida College of Medicine. His specific research interests are in the role that lifestyle factors have in influencing obesity, cardiovascular disease, and metabolic disease conditions. He completed his doctoral degree in Clinical and Health Psychology at the University of Florida (UF), receiving training in health promotion and the delivery of lifestyle interventions designed to modify eating and exercise behaviors. Following completion of his post-doctoral fellowship at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in June 2007, he accepted a joint Assistant Professor position within the Department of Aging and Geriatric Research and Department of Clinical and Health Psychology at the University of Florida. Since joining the University of Florida, he has successfully obtained and conducted multiple grants examining the effects that lifestyle-based interventions have on biological and functional outcomes relevant to obesity, cardiovascular disease, and metabolic disease conditions related to aging. His research and teaching activities have been recognized at the University level. In 2009, Dr. Anton was selected an Outstanding Young Alumni by the College of Public Health and Health Professions. In 2010, he was the recipient of the Thomas H. Maren Junior Investigator Award, which is awarded to one Assistant Professor in the College of Medicine each year. In November of 2011, Dr. Anton was selected to become the Interim Chief of the Clinical Research Division within the Department of Aging and Geriatric Research, and became the Vested Chief of the Clinical Research Division in March of 2013. During this same year, Dr. Anton was an Invited Member of the University of Florida’s Leadership Academy. In June of 2014, Dr. Anton was promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure. Most recently, Dr. Anton was recognized as a Master Mentor by the University of Florida’s Mentor Academy.