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Dr. Virgil I. Stenberg

Created the 10-point pain scale
Discovered the body’s inflammation control system
Designed Microdose Therapy to control inflammation

Awards

Predoctoral Fellowship, National Institutes of Health   1959-1960

Teaching Award, University of North Dakota Students   1966

Career Development Award, National Institutes of Health   1970-1975

Research Award, Sigma Xi   1974

Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor Award   1977

Research Award, American Chemical Society   1993

Scientific publications:  152

Grants and contracts:  $13,428,117

Special Accomplishments

Developed and published the 10-point pain scale
Discovered and published the inflammation control system
Created Microdose Therapy™
Double-blind clinical trial on Microdose Therapy™ completed and published

Professional Activities

Author of the books:

Arthritis. The Simple Solution
When Inflammation Becomes The Disease
Fibromyalgia Breakthrough

International Advisory Board, Interscience World Conference on Inflammation

Editor, Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Sciences

President, North Dakota Academy of Sciences

President, Red River Valley Chapter, American Chemical Society

President, Listen and Drop In Center, for the mentally challenged

Lectures on Microdose Therapy™

University of Arizona School of Medicine

Interscience World Conference on Inflammation Geneva, Switzerland Stenberg VI, Fiechtner JJ, Johnson LK, Miller DT. Rheumatoid arthritis: patient diary design and validation. IWCI, Geneva, Switzerland, 1993.

American College of Rheumatology Fiechtner, J.J., Miller, D. and Stenberg, V.I., Control of Rheumatoid Arthritis [ ] A Patient Initiated Flare Response Regimen, 155th meeting of the ACR, Boston, MA, November 17-21, 1991

International Society for Rheumatic Therapy Fiechtner, J.J., Miller, D. and Stenberg, V.I., Control of Rheumatoid Arthritis [ ]. 2nd Congress of the ISRC, London, U.K., June 25-29, 1990.

University of Florida Medical School Stenberg, VI. On the Theory and Therapy of Rheumatoid Arthritis, Gainesville, FL, January 16, 1987.

Riker Laboratories Stenberg, VI. The Etiology and Therapy of Rheumatoid Arthritis, 3M Company, St. Paul, MN, February 28, 1986.

E.I. Dupont Stenberg, VI. On the Etiology and Therapy of Rheumatoid Arthritis, Experimental Station, Wilmington, DE, May 28, 1986.

Regional Research Laboratory Stenberg VI. The hypothalamus/pituitary glands and the etiology of rheumatoid arthritis. Recent Advances in Mediators of Inflammation and Anti-inflammatory Agents, Jammu-Tawi, India, November 3, 1984.

University of Oslo Stenberg, VI. The Etiology and Therapy of Rheumatoid Arthritis, Institute of Immunology and Rheumatology, Rikshophitalet, Oslo, Norway, July 1, 1985.

Central Drug Research Institute Stenberg, VI. The hypothalamus/pituitary glands and the etiology of rheumatoid arthritis. Lucknow, India, November 6, 1984.

Published Research

Inflammation Control System Discovery:

Stenberg VI, Bouley MG, Katz BM, Lee KJ, Parmar SS. Negative endocrine control system for inflammation [ ]. Agents and Actions, 29: 189-195, 1990.

http://helenfoundation.com/downloads/articleAgentsActions.pdf

Clinical Trial on the Solution:

Stenberg VI, Fiechtner JJ, Rice JR, Miller DR, Johnson LK. Endocrine control of inflammation: rheumatoid arthritis double-blind, crossover clinical trial. Int J Clin Pharm Res , 12(1): 11-18, 1992.

http://helenfoundation.com/downloads/articleTrials.pdf

Academic Degrees

Ph.D., Iowa State University, Ames, IA,   Organic and Biochemistry

B.A., Concordia College, Moorhead, MN,   Chemistry and Mathematics

Positions & Awards

Scholarship, Concordia College, Moorhead, MN    1956

National Institutes of Health Fellow    1959-1960

Assistant Professor, University of North Dakota    1960

Associate Professor, University of North Dakota    1963

Teaching Award, University of North Dakota students    1966

Professor, University of North Dakota    1967

National Institutes of Health Career Development Award    1970-1975

Visiting Professor, Imperial College, London, UK    1971-1972

Research Award, Sigma Xi    1974

Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor, University of North Dakota    1997

Research Award, American Chemical Society    1993

Professor Emeritus, University of North Dakota    1992

Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor lifetime title, U North Dakota    1992

Director Research and Development, Microdose International, Inc.   1992-1999

Director Research and Development, Helen Foundation    2000-present

Book

For Details of the inspiring Dr. Stenberg & Helen Story

Read the book, “When inflammation becomes the disease.”

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