Several years ago I gave three delightful medical students access to my life's work and documentation.
They transformed that knowledge and information into a working web site that has evolved into what you see today. I am sure you will agree that they did a remarkable job!
I am truly grateful to their efforts - so much so they have a permanent place here in the web site so you can also see what became of these talented individuals.
Mr John Lynn
Dr Matt Davis graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine, London, U.K in 2003. Before studying medicine, he read Natural Sciences at Cambridge University graduating in 1998. An interest in endocrinology and oncology started at Cambridge and he hopes to pursue this in his professional career.
Dr Ben Esdaile graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine, London, U.K. in 2003. Prior to studying Medicine he graduated from King's College London in 1998 with first class honours in Biochemistry. His final year dissertation looked at the development of specialist assay techniques for the diagnosis of Tay-Sachs Disease. His interest in endocrinology started at King's College.
Dr William McClatchie graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine, London, U.K. in 2003. He previously read Natural Sciences at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland graduating in 1997. His dissertation focused on the effects of MDMA ('ecstasy') on glutamate release and long term potentiation in the rat Dentate Gyrus. He has a particular interest in surgery and endocrinology.