End of radiotherapy

My wife’s radiotherapy sessions ended last week, so we celebrated with a short trip to Amsterdam. Here is us immediately after eating some frozen yogurt (one of the things we both miss from the the US) I put together a few pics in adobe slate – the pic link below is really just to test…

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Colin and ColXVII

On the day I started at UofL I was shown in to my new office and told that I was to be sharing with fellow new starter┬áProf Colin Willoughby for awhile whilst his office was renovated. Colin, as those who have met him will tell you, is a great guy and an amazingly good scientist;…

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Early 2016 team photo

I’m off to give a seminar at Cardiff Uni tomorrow so asked the team to assemble for the obligatory acknowledgements photo. No instructions were given. This picture with its interesting stances and expressions is completely unscripted but could equally be used to promote the GAPs next line of scientist apparel! left to right; Lee Troughton,…

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Publish or perish?

I am approaching the three year anniversary of taking up my position as a lecturer at Liverpool and with each passing week the pressure to publish grows more and more. The current manuscript is taking shape nicely and all being well it will be out for review by the end of the month. The story…

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Coping with hair loss

Not mine. That’s a thing I have dealt with a long time ago and I fully embrace upsidedown head status. Nope, I’m talking about my wife’s. The past 4 months have been harder than most. My wife, Hilary, was diagnosed with breast cancer in September and I have been wanting to write something like this…

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