David G. Schrunk is an aerospace engineer and medical doctor with board certifications in the medical specialties of nuclear medicine and diagnostic radiology. Dr. Schrunk served two years in the United States Army as a flight surgeon / investigator at the US Army Aeromedical Research Unit and for one year as a flight surgeon / investigator with McDonnell Douglas Astronautics. He practiced medicine for twenty years as a partner in the Valley Radiology Medical Group in Escondido, California, and served as the radiation safety office for the San Diego North County Hospital District. He has authored numerous papers and presentations on scientific and law topics related to the exploration and development of the Moon and is the lead co-author of the book, "The Moon: Resources, Future Development, and Colonization," published by Wiley-Praxis in 1999; a second edition was released in 2007. In 1995, Dr. Schrunk founded the Science of Laws Institute, whose purpose is to expand science to encompass laws of government and the lawmaking process. In 2005, he authored the book, “THE END OF CHAOS: Quality Laws and the Ascendancy of Democracy,” which describes the rationale for developing the science of laws. Dr. Schrunk is a professor with the Kepler Space Institute and a member of the board of directors of the International Lunar Observatory Association (ILOA). His affiliations also include the Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), and the National Space Society (NSS). Dr. Schrunk and his wife reside in Poway, California.