Phyllis Bronson, Ph.D
Biochemical Consulting Company
Biochemical Research Foundation
Aspen, Colorado
Phyllis Bronson, Ph.D., holds a doctorate in biochemistry, and is an Adjunct Associate Professor at The University of Denver Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Her ongoing research involves studying the biological impact of molecules on mood and emotion. Dr. Bronson works with women who have hormone-based mood disorders utilizing her original research on human identical hormones. She lives in Aspen, Colorado, where for many years she was a partner in The Aspen Clinic for Preventive and Environmental Medicine, and is now President of Biochemical Consulting and The Biochemical Research Foundation.

Phyllis Bronson has done years of molecular research, see the important quote below from her great chemistry colleague and mentor, Dwight Smith, Ph.D., former chancellor of the University of Denver:

"The research which Phyllis and I pursued here, resulting in a significant finding, involved the spectroscopic study of natural progesterone and the synthetic version developed by pharmaceutical companies. The structural differences between the natural and synthetic progesterone have significant implications for women's health. The work which Phyllis has done generally in the chemical and physiological effects of bioidentical hormones has received wide attention through her numerous lectures and publications."