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About me

Gender MALE
Industry Science
Occupation Retired; now a writer
Location Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
Introduction Science background: BSc, Ohio State Univ.; MSc, Univ. of Illinois; NOAA Sea Grant Trainee, UCLA, Harbor General Hospital, Torrance, CA; cardiovascular training, Univ. of Iowa; PhD, Univ. of Glasgow, Scotland (physiology); neuroscience fellowship, NIMH, NIH, Bethesda; first faculty appointment, Dept. of Neurosurgery, SUNY-Stony Brook; Karger Memorial Award, Basel, Switzerland; 2nd faculty appointment, Queen's Univ., Kingston, ON; Director, Neurosurgical Research Unit, Dept. of Surgery, Kingston General Hospital; Research Scholar, Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario; cofounder, Neurochem Inc., CroMedica Inc., Berry Wise Inc., http://berrywiseinc.com/ Publication history: 71 citations on PubMed, 85 total papers & book chapters, one medical science book (editor) and a new book on wolfberries -- Wolfberry book is now published June 2006 P.M. Gross, PhD, X. Zhang, MD, R. Zhang. Wolfberry: Nature's Bounty of Nutrition and Health, Booksurge Publishing, ISBN 1419620487, URL for Amazon.com, http://tinyurl.com/kgg9k
Interests world events, all sports, nutrition, fitness, taekwondo
Favorite Movies action, historical dramas, documentaries
Favorite Music baroque, classical period, jazz
Favorite Books Wolfberry book is now published, June, 2006 P.M. Gross, PhD, X. Zhang, MD and R. Zhang. Wolfberry: Nature's Bounty of Nutrition and Health, Booksurge Publishing, ISBN 1419620487, URL http://tinyurl.com/kgg9k

Do you believe that forks are evolved from spoons?

yes, spoons would have been the first utensils after fingers and a knife for feeding the mouth... a neanderthal told me so....