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posted by xbeliever, 12.02.2012, 16:55

In his bio on the Hairloss Research website, Jason Wats makes no mention of attending medical school nor of being a licensed physician -- career achievements most would consider relevant for inclusion in a professional bio on a medical-related site. He states only that his degree is in biology. In his forum postings, however, Wats lists himself as "Jason Wats, MD." Curious about this discrepancy, I checked the AMA online directory and could not find any Jason Wats listed as a licensed MD in the US. It's of course conceivable he's an MD who hasn't joined the AMA, but that's fairly rare among American physicians. Anyone know what state "Dr. Wats" is licensed to practice medicine in?

As pointed out earlier, Wats' colleague "Sarah Campeau" lists herself in the heading of her bio as an "Omeopath" -- a glaring misspelling of the actual term "homeopath." How many professional people don't know the correct spelling of their vocation? Or, would allow a prominent error like that to remain uncorrected in their personal bio? Unless: They don't realize it's an error. The writer was plainly spelling "homeopath" the way it *sounds* in conversation (the "h" is soft) versus the correct dictionary spelling you'd expect from someone actually in the profession. Anyone who's ever taught or attended an ESL class recognizes this as a common tendency exhibited by adults whose first language is something other than the one in which they are attempting to write. In many places on their website, the postings don't read (to me) like they were written by a couple of American college grads as "Jason" and "Sarah" describe themselves. The syntax seems stilted; the grammar stumbles. Just my guess, but the site reads more like it was written by someone awkwardly struggling to sound like an educated professional who actually isn't -- or someone who does not have a native acquaintance with English.

Anybody have a theory about why, if you mouse over the bio photo of Sarah Campeau (well-known Omeopath) a .jpg filename appears with the name "Maria" instead? Just wondering ....




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