I have spent most of my adult life in biochemical research in the fields of diabetes and obstetrics. I have published over 100 peer reviewed papers and presented around 200 abstracts at national and international conferences. In addition I have written 4 chapters in technical books and have been invited to give several lectures at meetings. I also edit and correct papers written for English and American journals by authors whose first language is not English and most have been published. During my 37 years in research I have developed many techniques in the laboratories I have worked in. These include techniques such as PCR, immunoblotting, ELISA, radioimmunoassay, cloning, immunocytochemistry and tissue and cell culture. I have worked in laboratories in the United Kingdom, the United States and in the P.R.China. In addition, I am proficient at using databases and word documents. In later years I have been involved with managing funds for the laboratory and in the purchasing of equipment. I was made visiting Professor at Southwest hospital, Third Military Medical University, Chongqing in June 2008 and visiting Professor at Youjiang Medical University for Nationalities, Baise, Guangxi in November 2009. I can speak both English and French. I have taught several British and international students and helped them to study for further university degrees such as MD and PhD.
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