Michael B. Toth, president of R.B. Toth Associates and Honorary Research Associate at the University College London, leads and manages the use of advanced technologies for cultural heritage studies around the globe. With over 25 years of experience in technical integration, program management and strategic planning, he has led teams of scientists, scholars and technical experts as they help museums, libraries and other institutions make more data widely available for all. He has provided program and technical management support for numerous cultural heritage projects ranging from the Vatican Library, St. Catherine’s Monastery in the Sinai, and the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage, to the Walters Art Museum, University of Pennsylvania and Library of Congress.Mike has led advanced digitization and archiving projects to provide data and information for global access over the Internet. He and his teams support academic, preservation, and scientific studies in scientific and cultural institutions across the United States, Europe and the Middle East, including: Top Treasures and artifacts at the Library of Congress; Islamic and Western Manuscripts at the Walters Art Museum; David Livingstone’s Diaries and Letters at the National Library of Scotland; The “Gospel of Jesus’s Wife” at Harvard and “Gospel of Mary” at the John Rylands Library; Palimpsests and manuscripts at St. Catherine’s Monastery in the Sinai; the privately owned Archimedes Palimpsest; translations of medical texts by Galen in a Syriac Palimpsest; and mummy mask cartonnage at the University College London. Mike works closely with data managers, information technology professionals, imaging scientists, and museum and library managers and staff. With them he provides the planning, integration and management needed for efficient research and development, preservation and access. Mike studied science at Wake Forest University, where he received his degree in history.