Created by Andre Nantel (nantel[at]digitalapoptosis.com)|
My philosophy for Digital Apoptosis is quite simple, don't be boring. Well...at least I try.
I am a 44 year old biologist who's been married since 1987. We have two daughters
born on Valentine's Day 1991 and Halloween 1992.
Hometown: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
I was raised in Quebec city and lived 4 years in Chapel Hill, NC.
Senior Research Officer at the National Research Council of Canada
Adjunct Professor at McGill University
Project Manager of the BRI Microarray Lab
Time Magazine 2006 Person of the Year
If you think that what I write in my blogs represents the opinion of these organizations, then you are an idiot who shouldn't be allowed near a computer.
Fungal pathogens (Candida albicans)
Apoptosis in heart disease
Microarrays and bioinformatics
Click here for a list of my scientific publications.
And if you wonder what microarrays are, you can listen to my interview on TWiT.
Most of the images published before 2006 were taken with a Fujifilm FinePix S5000.
I then switched to a Canon Rebel XT and its EF-S 17-85mm IS USM lens.
Unfortunately, it met its demise in a tripod malfunction in February 2007 and was replaced by a Canon Rebel XTi.
In 2009, after a trip to India where I wished I could have been less conspicuous, my sweetie bought me a Canon S90.
I also post way too often in Twitter.
Print-ready files and low cost royalty-free licenses are available at:
List of clients: Dreamworks SKG, McGraw Hill, IGA, Pearson Education Canada, Frommers and a large credit card company who wants to remain anonymous.