Dr. Steers was trained as a molecular biologist graduating from the University of Pennsylvania (BS 1959, PhD 1963). He joined the staff of the National Institutes of Health and worked as a biomedical researcher in collaboration with Christian B. Anfinsen (Nobel Prize winner in 1972) until 1984 when he was appointed Deputy Science Director for intramural research in the Diabetes and Digestive Diseases and Kidney Diseases Institute (NIDDK). He retired in 1994 and took up writing fulltime in his favorite avocation, history.
During the past thirteen years Dr. Steers has published four paperback books and four hardcover books dealing with Abraham Lincoln, and the Home Front during World War II.
Equipment used: Canon XF300, Canon EOS T3i. Edited and graded with FCPX and Motion 5.