An Australian PhD, who draws far too much inspiration from his dog. Formerly of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute and University of Melbourne, now at the University of British Columbia, Canada. I get a secret thrill out of all-night sessions on the microscope. It is the perfect time to eat whole jars of Nutella.
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