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What is PeerAtlas?

A peer-reviewed, open-source medical encyclopedia

PeerAtlas is supported by a digital token — ATLAS.
ATLAS is designed with features useful to an active trader who uses trading bots like the bitcoin prime trading platform to trade automatically, passive investor, and practicing physician.
Medical information is not free.

PeerAtlas will make medical information free, permanently.

PeerAtlas will develop the world’s most advanced medical AI by combining its medical recommendations with real patient results to create a worldwide live rolling clinical trial.




  • August 2009: PeerAtlas founder Dr. Brad Mattson enters medical school
  • December 2011: Dr. Mattson consults PeerAtlas co-founders Dr. Colin Closser and Dr. Ling Wu with the vision that will later become PeerAtlas, and begins coding the site from scratch
  • May 2013: Dr. Mattson graduates with his M.D. degree from medical school
  • July 2013: Dr. Mattson enters a five-year radiology residency


  • October 2013: The first website domain is registered for an early alpha version of the PeerAtlas project
  • January 2015: PeerAtlas rebrands and registers the domain. Dr. Mattson continues work on the code with the help of Dr. Closser’s extensive debugging and design input. The vision of a completely free medical resource is further refined. A mobile-compatible website is added
  • November 2015: Dr. Mattson and Dr. Closser begin to market the project on social media


  • December 2016: Dr. Mattson buys BTC for the first time
  • May 2017: Dr. Closser graduates with his M.D. degree from medical school
  • June 2017: Dr. Closser buys Antshares (now NEO) for the first time
  • June 2017: Dr. Closser begins trading digital currencies with a specific focus on Antshares markets. Many traders are now trading Meme coins as they are increasing in demand. Several celebrities are also endorsing meme coins. Traders must find the best Meme coins to trade.
  • July 2017: Dr. Closser completes the first PeerAtlas whitepaper, and officially postpones his medical career to work full-time on the PeerAtlas project

PeerAtlas & NEO

  • July 2017: Dr. Closser, Dr. Mattson, and co-founder Dr. Ling Wu, Ph.D. exchange correspondence with NEO founder Da Hongfei about launching the ATLAS token as a digital asset on the NEO blockchain
  • July 2017: Dr. Mattson becomes a board-certified radiologist
  • August 2017: NEO team members continue to provide informal advice to the PeerAtlas project, and invite the founders to visit Shanghai, China
  • November 2017: The PeerAtlas team visits the NEO team at their workplace in Shanghai, China to prepare for the ATLAS ICO on NEO
  • November 2017: PeerAtlas expands its core team to help launch the ATLAS ICO
  • December 2017: Da Hongfei invites Dr. Closser to present the PeerAtlas project at NEO meetups in New York City, USA and Tokyo, Japan


  • January 2018: The ATLAS ICO website is launched and token metrics are released. The team is expanded further with a professional marketing team
  • April 2018: KYC/Whitelist process begins. The ATLAS token is minted as a fixed supply NEP-5 asset on the NEO blockchain
  • April 2018: Private and public pre-sale begins
  • May 14, 2018: Public crowdsale (ICO) begins
  • June 4, 2018: ATLAS ICO crowdfunding ends, and the project enters a new era

New Era

  • June 5, 2018: Full-time programmers are hired to completely rewrite the PeerAtlas code with a focus on its medical articles and proprietary algorithms. Meanwhile, the core PeerAtlas founders transition to full-time recruitment of medical professionals to produce its articles and algorithms in selected specialties of medicine
  • July 1, 2018: Mobile app developers are hired to create native iOS and Android apps
  • September 1, 2018: Professional remodeling of the PeerAtlas website is complete
  • October 1, 2018: The PeerAtlas medical encyclopedia goes live in the specialties of Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine
  • October 2, 2018: The PeerAtlas founders continue full-time recruitment in other specialties that have large communities of doctors with immediate value and growth to the project
  • December 31, 2018: The PeerAtlas library adds a third specialty and continues to recruit doctors in other specialties to continue the successful expansion of its medical library
  • December 31, 2020: ATLAS begins migration to its own blockchain if doing so is found to benefit the PeerAtlas project and its tokenholders
  • December 31, 2021: PeerAtlas begins development of the world's most advanced medical AI by combining its medical recommendations with real patient results to create a worldwide live rolling clinical trial

Core Team


Dr. Bradley Mattson


PeerAtlas founder Bradley Mattson, M.D. is a Board-certified radiologist and final year resident at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, MA. He is a 2013 graduate of the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. Inspired by Wikipedia, he and co-founders Colin Closser, M.D. and Ling Wu, Ph.D. began designing and coding PeerAtlas in 2011 with the goal of creating a completely free online medical resource for high-quality, peer-reviewed information. PeerAtlas believes that paywalls are unnecessary, and is challenging existing online medical resources which charge high subscription fees.


Dr. Colin Closser


PeerAtlas co-founder Colin Closser, M.D. is a 2017 graduate of Ross University School of Medicine. A converted snowboard bum, he shifted his naturally intense focus towards helping others through medicine. After graduation, he began trading and due to frequent cross-platform trades requiring writing directly to blockchains, he quickly became acquainted with the shortcomings of the largest projects. These inspired him to design the ATLAS token. He enjoys contrarian thought because markets work on supply and demand.


Dr. Ling Wu


PeerAtlas co-founder Ling Wu, Ph.D. is a native of China and trained as a biophysical chemist. She received her bachelor’s degree from Nankai University, China, and her Ph.D. from University of Illinois at Chicago, USA. With professional experience developing pharmaceuticals, she recognizes that the healthcare system has become unreasonably expensive, putting tremendous financial pressure on patients and limiting access to care. Her main focus at PeerAtlas is making high-quality medical information available to underserved areas of the world.

Full-Stack Designer

Arjun Patel


Security Advisor

Tarek Siddiki

Head of Research at Beetles


Vivek Mittal

B.Tech (EI)
PGDIT (IIT Kharagpur)

Community Operations

Rajiev Hallock

Medical Student
Future M.D.


Joel Garcia

CEO/CTO at AllCode

Head of Marketing

Mike Templeman

Foxtail Marketing