Department of Physics, Brock University
- Board of Directors, Canadian Institute for Neutron Scattering
The logo seen at the top of these pages is of a maple leaf being struck by a beam of neutrons. Neutron diffraction has been my primary experimental technique for many years now. The maple leaf represnets the biological aspects of my research, as well as the fact that I am now based in Canada. The original concept for this logo is attributed to Alastair McIvor of the Canadian Neutron Beam Centre, but this particular design is mine own.
|Research Associate, Deparment of Physics, University of Guelph. Part of the AFMnet, a participant in the Canadian Networks of Centres of Excellence||2005|
|NSERC Visiting Fellow, at the Canadian Neutron Beam Centre, a Program of the National Research Council, Canada||2003-2005|
BBSRC post-doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, U.K.
Jeremy Bradshaw, advisor
|W.M. Keck pre-doctoral felowship in computational biology, Rice University||1999-2000|
NIH/Houston Area Molecular Biophysics Program, Rice University
Huey Huang, advisor
|American Physical Society|
|Neutron Scattering Society of America|
|Canadian Insititute of Neutron Scattering|