Dr. Ross Adey
William Ross Adey, a distinguished neurology professor and towering figure in electromagnetic fields research, died May 20, 2004. Adey received his degree in medicine at University of Adelaide in Australia in 1949. His thesis was written on research in clinical and fundamental neurophysiology. Adey's work in defining how electromagnetic fields (EMF) affect one's health is highly recognized. His most recent positions were associate chief of staff for research and development, Jerry L. Pettis Memorial Veterans Hospital and assistant dean of research, Loma Linda University School of Medicine.