I guess that qualifies in the field of toxicology drug testing then?
So I suppose you're a toxicologist?
No but the man sat next to me is a cancer research scientist
Is that like, "I stayed in a Holiday Inn Express" or something? (American ad campaign in case you are unaware) I have a few friends and associates who are in oncology treatment and research. Two juvenile cancer researchers were recruited by St. Judes from Duke and when they are in town visiting they stay with us. We have had some very interesting discussions on the subject as well. So, I do understand quite a bit more than just my localized occupation ..
The wife of one of my employees is the third highest person in the local CDC office and another friend just retired from the US EPA as an indoor air quality researcher and I regularly converse with both of these people on the subject of risk management.
Who is Dr Joe?
Dr Joe is the Chief Scientific Advisor to the Southern Animal Rights Coalition (SARC). He has a degree [BSc(Hons)] in molecular cell biology and has a PhD from the School of Medical and Surgical Sciences at The University of Nottingham.
Cool, I had a woman with PhD in molecular biology working for me once, but I had to let her go due to a problem understanding the training program. I have a man with a PhD in Chemistry doing that job now. Actually, we are supposed to have the largest per capita number of PhDs in the country in our metro area. The guy who lives next door is a molecular biologist but I do not believe he has a PhD in the field though.
Dr Joe has attended international and national conferences including the Digestive Disease Week meetings held in Orlando (2003), New Orleans (2004) and Chicago (2005). He has also had a number of papers published in respected peer reviewed journals.
Hey, I have not only attended national and international conferences, but I have also presented papers and even chaired sessions within those conferences do I get a special badge or something? I count a dozen "author" and "speaker" badges in the display on my office wall right now.
Dr Joe and SARC aim to bring the scientific opposition to animal based research in to the spotlight by exposing its flaws and educating the public about humane alternatives. We are also campaigning for the abolition of animal research by the implementation of these humane alternatives.
Sounds like a version of PCRM and their "spin doctoring" to me.
You can visit his site and discuss anything on it if you want to flex your hunting intellect
But you are not interested in opinions though are you?
I see you feel hurt and under qualified.