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Dr. Richard Sagebiel
Dr. Richard Sagebiel is a pathologist in dermatology and co-director of the UCSF Melanoma Clinic. Sagebiel examines tissue from biopsies to determine if cancer cells exist and if so, the type and severity of the cancer.

Sagebiel joined UCSF Medical Center in 1970, helped to start the first Melanoma Clinic in 1971 and joined the faculty fulltime in 1978. He earned a bachelor's degree at Yale University and medical degree at Harvard Medical School. He completed a residency at Massachusetts General Hospital and a research fellowship at the Chester Beatty Research Institute in London. He has published many articles regarding moles and melanoma, which has been his interest and subspeciality for over 30 years. He is currently a clinical professor of dermatology at UCSF.

Karel Bouley
Karel Bouley has blogged for the The Huffington Post since its inception. Prior, he was a columnist for Billboard Magazine as well as a staff writer for the R&B Report.

He is a columnist for the #1 gay/lesbian newsmagazine The Advocate at Advocate.com and IN Magazine Los Angeles. His book of essays "You Can't Say That" is published by Alyson Press. His music is available at iTunes and other online stores and he maintains a blog, podcasts and message boards at www.radiokrl.com.

Cheryl Contee
Cheryl Contee blogs as Jill Tubman at Jack & Jill Politics and is a pioneer in the field of Web 2.0, social media, mobile and blogger relations. Cheryl has specializes in helping Fortune 500 companies, major non-profit organizations and leading trade associations manage their brands and their campaigns online. She has led the interactive team as Vice President at Issue Dynamics Inc, a boutique public affairs firm based in Washington DC, now Amplify Public Affairs. While at IDI, she launched and led the group blog BloggerRelations.com. Previously, she was the Web Director for Oceana, an international marine conservation organization.
Ari Melber
Ari Melber s a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, and his commentary has appeared in The Nation Online, The Baltimore Sun, The New York Post, The Times Union, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Kirkus Reviews, The Forward, Alternet.org and TomPaine.com. Melber served as a legislative aide in the U.S. Senate and as a national staff member on the 2004 presidential campaign of John Kerry. He was born and raised in Seattle and he currently lives in New York.
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