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William R. Obermeyer

Vice President for Research

ConsumerLab.com , LLC

HQ Phone:  (914) 722-9149

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ConsumerLab.com , LLC

333 Mamaroneck Avenue

White Plains, New York,10605

United States

Company Description

About ConsumerLab.com (CL) - According to the company's Web site, it is the leading provider of independent test results and information to help consumers and healthcare professionals identify the best quality health and nutrition products. Since its founding ...more

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Natural Home Cures - Acai - Spotlight - Men's Journal

www.naturalhomecures.com [cached]

"It doesn't really add up," admits William Obermeyer, vice-president of research for Consumer-Lab.com.


Supplements often hold harmful stuff

norfolkhealthworks.com [cached]

"We called it "the body rule,' " said William Obermeyer, a chemist who left the FDA to found ConsumerLab.com with Cooperman.


New Initiatives in Supplement Quality Standards

supplementquality.com [cached]

There is a need to keep the science moving, so we need to take a team approach on different fronts," says Bill Obermeyer, research director at ConsumerLab.com.
Obermeyer recently chaired a NIST-sponsored section of a quality conference in Bethesda, MD, attended by scientists and supplement industry quality managers. The selection of Obermeyer to lead such a conference is in itself noteworthy in that he is a leading player in a web-centric testing organization whose publicly-available test reports are beginning to impact public and governmental perceptions of supplement quality. In describing the conference, Obermeyer said: "NIST wants to take a lead in developing reference materials for botanical supplements, so that a wide variety of their chemical constituents can be looked at quantitatively.


AHP - Technical Advisors

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William Obermeyer PhD
ConsumerLab.com Dr. Obermeyer received his PhD in Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science in 1989. From 1989-1999, he completed post doctoral research at the United States Department of Agriculture, served as a Forensic Toxicologist at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, State of Delaware, and was a Research Chemist for the Division of Natural Products at the Food and Drug Administration. Dr. Obermeyer has given numerous oral presentations, presented abstracts, and has published on developing, testing and substantiations of various medicinal botanical properties. Dr. Obermeyer is currently the Vice President for ConsumerLab.com continuing his primary focus which requires the extension of existing techniques or technology for a rapid response to specific concerns.


Evaluating The Evaluators from Consumer Lab - The Health Wyze Report

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Consumer Lab's website claims that one of his first actions, when starting consumerlab.com, was to hire one of the "world's leading experts on dietary supplements", Dr. William Obermeyer.
Dr. Obermeyer had been working as an upper-level Food and Drug Administration chemist for nine years before undertaking his business partnership with Cooperman. We investigated Obermeyer based upon speculations about why someone with a cushy, well-paid governmental job at the F.D.A., with likely no accountability whatsoever, would suddenly give up that secure position in favor of a risky job venture in a new business that had never been explored. Dr. Obermeyer's work in the F.D.A. had been limited to investigating contamination in dietary supplements, and watching for unapproved claims from competing treatment methodologies. It is documented that Obermeyer complained that the F.D.A. did not have the necessary funds to persecute people who reported competing cancer treatments, whilst investigating supplement companies at the same time. Obermeyer's comments have led us to conclude that his resignation was prompted by the F.D.A. not being aggressive enough in suppressing information about successful alternatives, instead of concerns about sincere product safety. Cooperman's partner, Dr. Obermeyer, spent nine glorious years inside the F.D.A., seeking problems with dietary supplements, before continuing the same work at Consumer Lab.


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