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|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....