Chief Science Officer
Dr. Kimberley’s passion for creating innovative herbal and nutraceutical formulations stems from 30 years of experience as an internal medicine specialist in integrative and alternative medicine.
Dr Kimberley is a board certified specialist in internal medicine with over 35 years of clinical experience. He also has naturopathic training and an ND degree, with a lifelong passion for using herbal and nutraceutical supplements to improve health and well-being.
Over the past 15 years he has served as Senior Editor at WebMD Health Services – he has written the world’s most widely used health risk assessment (Health Quotient) as well as providing the framework and research for Symptom Checker, which has information on the top 1,127 health conditions. His integrative medicine content for WebMD includes herbs and nutraceuticals, and is used by over 500 clients with 3 million employees. In that time, he has developed over 50 diagnostic and health management tools and shared his extensive knowledge of natural ingredients and their powerful effect on wellness.
He has conducted research for the NIH with the Oregon Research Center for Advanced Sciences and served as medical director for an international lung cancer support organization. He served on the Oregon Governor’s Drug and Supplement classification committee and the Governor’s Committee on Pain Management
He has consulted with several tea companies over the years including Stash Tea, Tazo Tea, and Smith Teamakers.
He is one of the founding members of Qsciences and serves as Chief Science Officer and formulator.
Dr. Kimberley received a graduate degree in neurochemistry and biology from the University of Oregon, a medical degree from the University of Oregon Health Sciences Center, and completed his residency in internal medicine at UCLA’s Kern Medical Center.
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Moshofsky has 30 years of medical experience as a family practice physician. He is the former Chief of Staff of PeaceHealth’s RiverBend and University District hospitals in Oregon, where he oversaw a combined medical staff of over 800 physicians. As the current chair of PeaceHealth Sacred Heart’s Medical Staff Quality Assurance Committee, Dr. Moshofsky is entrusted with evaluating and implementing patient safety measures. He is passionate about encouraging patients to make lifestyle choices to improve their health and eliminate the need for excess medication.
Dr. Moshofsky received his medical degree from the University of Oregon Health Sciences Center and completed his residency at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center in Contra Costa, California.