Frederick Marks has been a licensed architect for over twenty-five years and has a planning & design specialty in healthcare and laboratory science facilities. He holds degrees in architecture and business administration with a major in real estate & urban land economics. Frederick currently serves as a Board Advisor to The American Institute of Architects in Washington, DC, on its Research Committee and its Knowledge Communities Committee. He is also an advisor to the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation- Delos Well Living Laboratory in Rochester, MN and the building systems organization ASHRAE. He is a founding Board member of ANFA, its former Chief Operating Officer and now president-elect. At Salk Institute, Frederick is working with a principal investigator to acquire data about the relationship between the human circadian system and exposure to natural and electric indoor lighting.