Our Team

Rhonda R. Voskuhl, M.D.

Dr. Voskuhl is a Professor of Neurology at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), holds the Jack H. Skirball Chair, is the Director of the UCLA MS Program, and is the inventor on over 10 patents related to novel estrogen treatments in the U.S. and Europe. She obtained her M.D. from Vanderbilt Medical School, completed her neurology residency at University of Texas Southwestern, then completed postdoctoral fellowship at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). She was the President of the Organization for the Study of Sex Differences, an international group leveraging differences between women and men to promote health and discover optimal disease treatments tailored for each sex. Dr. Voskuhl is currently the neurologist for the UCLA Comprehensive Menopause Care Program, where she sees menopausal women with cognitive symptoms.

In 2023, Dr. Voskuhl was named recipient of the National Institutes of Health’s R35 Research Program Award, a highly competitive award granted to approximately 10 neuroscientists across the U.S. each year. Also in 2023, Dr. Voskuhl received the Rachel Horne Prize for Women’s Health Research in MS, an international prize conferred in Milan, Italy. In 2019, she was awarded the Kenneth P. Johnson Memorial Award of the Americas Committee for Treatment and Research in MS, representing the U.S. and Canada. In 2018, Dr. Voskuhl received the Berlin Institute of Health Excellence Award for Sex and Gender Aspects in Health Research, an international prize conferred in Berlin, Germany.

While investigating neuroimmune mechanisms in neurodegenerative diseases, Dr. Voskuhl first showed that unique estrogens called estrogen receptor (ER) beta ligands are neuroprotective. Her laboratory used genetic engineering to delete the estrogen receptor beta gene in each cell type in the brain to reveal mechanisms underlying brain repair induced by these unique estrogens. This research and associated clinical trials were conducted for women with multiple sclerosis. Since improvement in cognitive function was observed in her clinical trials, Dr. Voskuhl then pursued the effect of estrogen loss on cognition during menopause in otherwise healthy females and showed cognitive improvement and brain repair using a unique estrogen treatment. See her recent publication in the high impact journal Nature Communications (September 29, 2023).

Dr. Voskuhl’s community service has included working with Marymount High School to create their Summer Internship Program for Girls in STEM where she served as faculty mentor for five years as well as being the Girls Basketball Head Coach at St. Paul the Apostle Middle School for four years.

Dina Leeds

Dina Leeds is the CEO at CleopatraRX Development. She is a distinguished leader with a strong track record in both the business and philanthropic sectors. As the former owner of a leading medical equipment company, her company was the number-one West Coast distributor in providing pneumatic pumps to treat extremity swelling in cancer patients with lymphatic system blockage after lymph node removal or damage. Currently, Dina holds the position of Vice President at Fred Leeds Properties. One of her activities involves heading the company’s initiatives in providing affordable housing for underserved populations in the Los Angeles area.

Mrs. Leeds has a deep and longstanding commitment to generating philanthropic support for humanitarian causes. She served as the President of the Western Region Board of American Friends of Magen David Adom to support blood banks and emergency health services in Israel. She worked on Afghan Rescue to evacuate women left behind as well as on Too Young to Wed to free young prepubertal girls in poverty from being purchased by elder husbands. She chaired the Los Angeles Urban League’s Centennial Gala to benefit the African American community. She was the Grow, Unite, Build Africa Distinguished Women of the Year and the Israel Cancer Research Fund’s Women of the Year.

Dina serves on the Board for the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Health System, Pepperdine University, and the Aleph Institute for prison reform of nonviolent offenders. Dina was founding chair of Patron Ladies of the Guild for the Los Angeles Ballet.

Kevin Murray

Kevin Murray is the Chief Financial Officer and Vice-President at CleopatraRX Development, LLC, the parent of CleopatraRX.com. He is also the founder and president of Kevin Murray CFO, PLLC, a CPA firm that provides outsourced CFO consulting and business advisory services to private businesses in the United States and Puerto Rico.

Kevin has over 30 years of C-level executive management experience in finance, accounting, fundraising and business management. He has provided CFO consulting and business advisory services to over 200 companies, creating cost-effective and customized solutions that help his clients achieve long-term profitability. Kevin served as CFO at CreditPoint Software, LLC, from 2006-2018; as a member of the Board of Directors from 2008-Present; and as Chairman of the Audit Committee since 2018. He earned his B.S. in Accounting from Oklahoma State University in 1980 and a CPA License from the Oklahoma Accountancy Board in 1989.

Kevin serves as the Secretary/Treasurer elect on the Rotary Club of Tulsa, the largest volunteer and community service organization in the City of Tulsa.  He is the Chairman of Service Above Self Committee, leading work for low income neighborhoods including working with the elementary school, school for children with disabilities and food market.  Kevin is also a 20-year board member for Saint Simeon’s Senior Community; a faith-based retirement community that is acclaimed for Memory Care.

Jeramy Meacham, Ph.D.

Dr. Jeramy Meacham is the co-founder and Board Member of CleopatraRX Development, LLC, the parent of CleopatraRX.com. He is also the founder and CEO of Fountain Park Healthcare, a supplier of outsourced service-related resources in the United States to pharmaceutical, medical device and other healthcare companies.

Jeramy has over 20 years of experience in the manufacturing, commercialization and distribution of pharmaceutical products and medical devices across the U.S., having started or invested in more than 30 companies during his career. He has served as an advisor to countless pharmacies and pharmaceutical companies during his tenure. Jeramy holds a PhD from Jackson State University in Operations Management (2009), an MBA from McNeese State University (2003), and a B.S. from Nicholls State University (2000).

Sharon Voskuhl, P.E., M.B.A.

Sharon Voskuhl has experience in business, philanthropy, and community service. Sharon was an engineer for Cities Service/Occidental Petroleum for twenty years culminating in management of oil reserve evaluations and financial reporting for the western half of the United States. Next, Sharon and her husband successfully built oil and gas companies and real estate entities, which in turn enabled entrepreneurial ventures into several startup companies, including bringing patented ideas to the marketplace. Currently, she is the Manager and a Co Owner of Voskuhl Centennial Farms in Oklahoma where operations include energy production and farming.
Community service is a longstanding priority for Sharon Voskuhl. She has served on notable boards, such as Catholic Charities, where she supported many initiatives including Mary Martha Outreach, a grocery store offering assistance to the underserved in Tulsa. Sharon was critical in planning and funding the building of the Tulsa Memorial High School Veterans Arena, an award-winning architectural gem at a high school with a diverse student body. She worked with Tulsa United Way’s Domestic Violence Intervention Service to help women gain their independence by offering them and their children a safe refuge, as well as the Margaret Hudson Home to support to expectant teens with no resources.

Sharon Voskuhl has a legacy in the College of Engineering at Oklahoma State University. Upon entrance to the building, the Sharon Voskuhl Recruitment Center has a focus on encouragement of the next generation of women and minorities toward entering a career in engineering. Sharon V’s Number Crunch Café in the OSU Advanced Technology Research Center is a reminder of the growing presence of women in the field of engineering. In addition, Sharon is on the Oklahoma State College of Engineering Advisory Board and has served as an officer for a number of professional engineering societies and women’s groups.

Sharon has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Oklahoma State University where she was named the Top Engineering Graduate of the year. She earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Oklahoma.

Karen Miller, Ph.D.
Geropsychology, Clinical Neuropsychology

Dr. Karen Miller is on the advisory board with CleopatraRX™. She is a leading expert in the area of memory and cognitive decline during aging and menopause. For over two decades, Dr. Miller was a Health Sciences Clinical Professor at UCLA Medical Center in the Department of Adult and Geriatric Psychiatry as well as Director Practicum Training for medical psychology. She has vast experience in the field of aging and memory as a geropsychologist and clinical neuropsychologist. With a strong background in clinical work, research, and community involvement for individuals and families who are experiencing psychological and cognitive changes related to aging, Dr. Miller has focused on developing novel intervention programs, including Memory Fitness®, Memory Care®, and Brain Boot Camp®. These brain game programs, which are presently licensed in the United States, aim to stabilize cognitive decline and improve overall memory and other lifestyle factors (stress, nutrition, exercise, sleep) for individuals experiencing aging related cognitive decline. She has co-authored many publications in the area cognitive decline during menopause with Dr. Prabha Siddarth (UCLA).

Currently, Dr. Miller is the Senior Director of Brain Wellness and Lifestyle Programs at the Pacific Neuroscience Institute Foundation (PNIF). Her role is to develop and direct the implementation of lifestyle programs that provide a roadmap to brain wellness. She and her team at PNIF aim to reach a broad audience of individuals who want to optimize their cognition in the Los Angeles community and beyond.

Prabha Siddarth, Ph.D

Dr. Prabha Siddarth is on the advisory board with CleopatraRX™. She is a Senior Research Statistician at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). She is an expert on clinical research focused on memory and aging, cognitive difficulties, and Alzheimer’s Disease. She has published papers as the lead statistician for clinical trials of estrogen treatment in women with multiple sclerosis and on sex differences in regional brain atrophy with Dr. Rhonda Voskuhl (UCLA) as well as on the effect of menopause on cognitive decline and strategies to prevent it with Dr. Karen Miller (UCLA). Dr. Siddarth also serves as the statistician for Dr. Voskuhl’s UCLA grants funded by the National
Institutes of Health that are focused on identifying neuroprotective treatments for neurological diseases and aging.

Dr. Siddarth’s unique expertise entails developing and applying novel and sophisticated analytical techniques to understand data from large samples as well as smaller observational studies and clinical trials. She has been instrumental in identifying early neuroimaging and genomic biomarkers of cognitive and mood disorders that are useful for designing preventive and treatment approaches. She has collaborated with the Gallup organization to investigate risk factors for memory problems and depressive symptoms using data from tens of thousands of patients. She is passionate about technological and multidisciplinary health innovations in the area of brain health. She has authored over 100 scientific publications and has received numerous awards and honors.