Let’s explore the
potential of alternative
medicines together.

If you are interested in the effects of alternative medicines on your own personal health, sign up to join us today.

As a part of the People Science community, you’ll have the opportunity to directly contribute to our understanding of alternative medicines and share in the discoveries.

We’re all in this together.

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Do you have an alternative medicine product you’d like to study?

We want to connect you with research scientists eager to further explore and understand the potential benefits of your products.

In addition to furthering our understanding of alternative medicine, we want to help product brands differentiate themselves with legitimate scientific backing. With our platform you can put your products through rigorous clinical research to help inform doctors and patients on the best practices and applications for your product. We will design, implement, and analyze your clinical research projects to help you learn more about how your products are working.

We are also looking for investors to join us on our mission to bring better science to alternative medicines.

People Science brings people together to strengthen the science of alternative medicine.

Using our tech-led platform, we connect people with trusted scientists in an effort to explore the potential benefits and uses of alternative and natural medicines.

Belinda Tan MD, PhD


Belinda is a physician-scientist-entrepreneur and recognized as one of LA’s top 100 technology leaders. She earned her MD and PhD from UCLA and BS from MIT, with additional clinical training at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Cornell-New York Presbyterian Hospital.

Noah Craft MD, PhD


Noah is a physician-scientist-entrepreneur. Previously, he was the Co-founder and CEO of Science 37, the Chief Medical Officer for VisualDx, Chief Science Officer at Direct Derm, and Associate Professor of Medicine at UCLA. He received a ScB from Brown University and then completed his MD and PhD at UCLA.