As a founder and Chief Product Development Officer of Silverchair, Elizabeth focuses on the optimal retrieval, display, and integration of scholarly information. She played a leadership role in the development of the Semedica tool set, including the Cortex taxonomy, Tagmaster, and Totem taxonomy management tool that power the semantic architecture of SCM6. She also directs Silverchair’s team of project managers, who play leadership roles in product development with Silverchair’s clients, and led the product development efforts for the McGraw-Hill Access suite, the health care information and quality improvement sites funded by the Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research, and, most recently, the Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery. Elizabeth’s career in medical publishing began in 1986 at Little, Brown & Company in Boston. She is a graduate of Duke University and the Radcliffe Publishing Course.