Harry G. Preuss, M.D., F.A.C.N., C.N.S.
ANH-USA Board Member
His bibliography includes over 150 peer-reviewed research papers, 110 miscellaneous items such as requested articles, book chapters, etc. and over 170 abstracts. Dr. Preuss has edited or co-edited four books and two symposia published in well-established journals. He is the co-author of The Prostate Cure.
He was a special research fellow of the NIH in 1966 and an Established Investigator of the American Heart Association between 1967-1972. In 1976, Dr. Preuss was elected to membership in the American Society of Clinical Investigations, a prestigious research group. He has had numerous grants from the NIH and completed a recent one for the US Department of Agriculture. He is currently an advisory editor for six journals. His previous appointments included four years on the Advisory Council for the National Institute on Aging and was their representative to the Advisory Council of the then director of the NIH (Wyngaarden). He was appointed by the Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare and became a member of the Advisory Council for the Office of Alternative Medicine of the NIH. He was appointed by the National Research Council for Health of Meridian, Idaho, to be their director. He has been a member of many other peer research review committees for the NIH and American Heart Association and was recently appointed to the advisory council of the National Cholesterol Education Program at the NHLBI.
Dr. Preuss has been invited as a featured speaker at many meetings and has participated in discussions concerning nutrition on audio and video tapes, as well as live television. Dr. Preuss is a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition (FACN), former chairman of the Hypertension Council of the ACN, and is now Past President of the FACN after a brief stint on their board of directors, three years as secretary/treasurer and three years as Vice President, President-Elect and President. Dr. Preuss is a member of the board of directors for the American Association for Health Freedom and is on the medical advisory board of Advocare, Inc., of Dallas, Texas, and the Alzheimer’s Prevention Foundation. He is a consultant for Novartis Pharmaceuticals (Summit, New Jersey), Alternet Health Technologies (Los Angeles, California), and InterHealth Neutraceuticals (Concord, California). Dr. Preuss wrote the nutrition section for the Encyclopedia Americana and was recently certified as a Certified Nutrition Specialist. He is now Co-Chairman of the Internal Review Board, which reviews all clinical protocols at Georgetown University Medical Center.