Mark I. Greene received his Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from the University of Manitoba in Canada, and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure from the Royal College in 1976...
See what I highlighted?
OK, maybe that's some business school undergrad doing an internship in PR, or an IT grunt. Googles "FRCP" and the first page of results was nothing but "Federal Rules", et voila.
But, surely, someone at NAVB with administrative authority had to have responsibility for reviewing the content on the site before it posted, and that person(s) either didn't do it, or is as clueless as the person who wrote it. Either way, that degree of either ignorance or incompetence at the administrative level does not inspire much confidence that the company will be able to successfully produce anything therapeutic from its macrophage asset.
Put it another way. If you're a biopharm thinking about partnering or investing, and your potential compatriot thinks FRCP behind their physician advisor's name stands for Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, how seriously can you take their science? Heck, if you're Dr. Greene, what would you think?
I found this error with just my first glance at one page. Irritated me enough that I couldn't make myself go through the rest of the site.