Peter - Lead Project Manager
Peter, the leader of the team, knows the site very well. His knowledge and his computer expertise made "All About AIDS" possible. Peter created the HIV Flash animation on the homepage. He also visited Bristol-Myers Squibb Virology and interviewed HIV/AIDS experts. The Medicine category was his excellent work.
Shaunak - Flash Developer
Shaunak, the Flash-Master, constructed the Physiology web pages. Furthermore, the creative Flash introductory movie was only one example of his amazing technological skills.
Michael - Multimedia Manager and Bus Driver
Michael researched, authored, and uploaded the Immune System web page. He also was one of the two Macromedia Flash literate team members. He designed the animations, the tour bus, and part of the Flash intro movie.
William - Educational Content and Learning Specialist
William researched all of the HIV epidemics occurring around the world. He produced informative and insightful content for the Epidemiological Profiles. In addition, all of the Quizzes, in English and Spanish were his handiwork.
Joey - Historical Analyst
Joey authored and researched the AIDS history, evolution and discovery. In addition, Joey aided Shaunak in making the Flash movie by writing the script that it followed, and writing the glossary of the site.
Arturo - Chief Translator
Arturo is the translator. Thanks to his bilingual skills and his diligent work, Arturo translated parts of the website into Spanish. The end result is stunning. Try saying "Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitor" in Spanish!
Lastly, the team's coach.
Mrs. Schuster was wonderful. She aided her team in many ways, including proofreading the material, acting as our advocate, and our guide. When problems arose, she was always there to reassure and get the team back on track as well as relieve the tension among the participants. Nothing was too much for her. She gave up her free-periods, her time after school, and even her weekends to help her ThinkQuest participants achieve their goal. For her actions, the All About AIDS website team members are forever grateful. Thank you, Mrs. Schuster.