Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists - Member Gallery 4

Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists™

Member Gallery Four

Members of Long Standing (and long hair)



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Early Members

Today, new members are celebrated in the Improbable Blog (where the LFHCfS has it's own category),
and are later collected into galleries organized by the year they joined.
But in the past, their luxuriant flowingness was celebrated in these multi-year galleries.
There are 6 of these early galleries, including this one.

Gallery 1  |  Gallery 2  |  Gallery 3
Gallery 4  |  Gallery 5  |  Gallery 6



Members of Long Standing (and long hair) - Gallery #4

Most of these members joined in 2004


NOTE: Some entries include comments. These comments were supplied by the LFHCfS member or by the person or organization who or which nominated her or him.

NOTE: Some entries don't include photos. These photos not included by the LFHCfS member or by the person or organization who or which nominated her or him

NOTE: Membership does not expire, but some of the job titles etc. recorded below may have changed since the person became a member.





Felicitas Bidlack
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Postdoc
The Forsyth Institute
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
<more about this member>

"I would like to nominate Dr. Felicitas Bidlack. Her scientific triumphs are many. She gives talks like: "Maturation Effects on the Chemical and Crystallographic Changes in Mammalian Teeth." In this photo she is, appropriately, wearing nerd glasses and showing off her own fine mammalian teeth."
(Nominated by Dany Adams)


J. Brewster, LFHCfS


Dr. Jeffrey Brewster
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Research Chemist
Microbial Biophysics and Residue Chemistry
Eastern Regional Research Center
Agricultural Research Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania, USA
<more about this member>

"I'm an analytical chemist working on the detection of bacteria in food. Please accept my self-nomination for membership in the LFHCfS. I look forward to a favorable decision by the selection committee, and the opportunity to enjoy all the benefits of membership in this prestigious association."


D. Clow, LFHCfS


Doug Clow
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Lecturer in Interactive Media Development
The Open University
Milton Keynes, UK
<more about this member>

"I have a doctorate in chemistry and am now a Lecturer in Interactive Media Development in the Institute of Educational Technology at the Open University. My colleague Alan Woodley took these photos and entered me in the 'Science Barnet Of The Year' competition."


F. Collins, LFHCfS


Francesca Collins
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Lecturer in Behavioural Science
Monash University
Melbourne, Australia
<more about this member>

"My main area of research is psychological dissociation. I am particulary proud of my work on the dissociative effects of roller-coasters. Amusingly, I am also conducting research on the psychological effects of female hair loss (something I definitely don't have a problem with) and am a member of the Australasian Hair and Wool Research Society."


J. Dunn, LFHCfS


Dr. Joel Dunn
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Neuroimaging Group member
Department of Diabetes
King's College Hospital
London, UK
<more about this member>

"I have known Joel well for several years now, and I can categorically assert that he has the most luxuriant and flowing hair of any scientist that I know. Joel graduated at the end of 2002 as Doctor of Theoretical Physics, at University College London. His thesis concerned theoretical studies of low energy positron-atom and atom-antiatom collisions. A collection of photos of Joel can be found at <http://www.seace.dircon.co.uk/>."
(Nominated by Alex Wrottesley)


D. Elliott, LFHCfS


David Elliott
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Research Assistant Professor
Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy
University of Arizona Medical Center
Tucson, Arizona, USA
<more about this member>

"Having mastered the Byzantine intricacies of your nominating process, I would like to nominate myself for membership in your honored institution."



Dr. Othmar Engelhardt
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Sir William Dunn School of Pathology in Oxford
Oxford University
Oxford, UK

"Dr. Othmar Engelhardt cultivated his hairstyle in order to become a "retro"virologist, but ended up in influenza virus research at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology in Oxford instead. He believes that a scientist should be able to perform an unmistakable shake of his head, when asked for his opinion on the newest humbug in the media."
(Nominated by Kathrin Hagmaier)


M. Farah & L. Chepenik, LFHCfS


Martha Farah & Lara Chepenik
Members, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Martha Farah
Professor
and
Lara Chepenik
Postdoc
Farah Laboratory Center for Cognitive Neuroscience
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
<more about Martha Farah>
<more about Lara Chepenik>

"There are a few members of our lab that I'd like to nominate for membership in the LFHCfS. I've attached photographs of them below. The first picture is of Martha Farah, psychology professor and director of the CCN here at Penn, and Lara Chepenik, a postdoc..."
(Nominated by Cyrena Gawuga)


A. Fordy, LFHCfS


Allan P. Fordy
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Department of Applied Mathematics, and
Centre for Nonlinear Studies
The University of Leeds
Leeds, U.K.
<more about this member>
(Nominated by Adrian Smith)


A. Heberlein, LFHCfS


Dr. Andrea Heberlein
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Postdoc
Farah Laboratory Center for Cognitive Neuroscience
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
<more about this member>

"...and here is Andrea Heberlein, another postdoc."
(Nominated by Cyrena Gawuga)


B. Lavoie, LFHCfS


Bruce Lavoie
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Electrical Engineer
more about this member
Framingham, Massachusetts, USA

"I am an electrical engineer at the Bose Corporation doing advanced developement in RF systems. I would also like to apply for the Big Sideburns club if you know who is hosting one."


L. McNeil, LFHCfS


Laurie E. McNeil
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Chair, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy
Univ. of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
<more about this member>

"I would have liked to nominate Andy Gavrin, then I learned that he is already a member. My own hair is flowing."


S. Mazzalupo, LFHCfS


Stacy Mazzalupo
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Drosophila Researcher
Yale University School of Medicine
New Haven, Connecticut, USA
<more about this member>

"I would like to nominate Dr. Stacy Mazzalupo as a member of your august institution. When she is not gallivanting around the French countryside, she is a Drosophila researcher at Yale University School of Medicine."
(Nominated by David Elliott)


L. Penke, LFHCfS


Lars Penke
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Dipl.-Psych
Institut für Psychologie
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Berlin, Germany
<more about this member>
<even more about this member>

"As a long-haired scientific assistant and doctoral candidate, I would like to be included into your exclusive society.
A comment: The Israeli biologists Amotz and Avishag Zahavi (in their 1997 book The Handicap Principle) argue that having luxuriant long hair pronouces one's intelligence and dexterity, since both are necessary to wear them as an ornament instead of being plagued by them in everyday life."


M. Ryba, LFHCfS


Martin Ryba
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Senior Principal Systems Engineer
BAE Systems
Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA

<more about this member>

"Marty is the 'scientist's scientist.' He graduated in physics from Case Western Reserve University (BS) and Princeton (MS, PhD)."
(Nominated by James W. Youngberg and Richard F. Picanso)


Schuch, Linsner, & Jung, LFHCfS


Dr. Falk Schuch, Dr. Andreas Linsner, Dr. Kai Jung
Members, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Chemists
Zentaris GmbH
Frankfurt/Main, Germany

"We are three chemists who are working for Zentaris GmbH, which is a german biotechnology company. We are very proud of becoming members in LFHCfS."


SPECIAL NOTE: These scientists were jointly named LFHCfS MAN OF THE YEAR 2004/5


S. Smith, LFHCfS


Steven M. Smith
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor
Psychology Department
Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas, USA
<more about this member>

"My graduate advisor has been overlooked by your august organization. Although he usually keeps his hair in a ponytail (probably to keep it out of the way while he is rock climbing), I convinced him to let his hair down for this picture."
(Nominated by Barb Corbisier)


J. Thewalt, LFHCfS


Jenifer Thewalt
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Associate Professor
Department of Physics
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
<more about this member>

"One of my colleagues suggested I join your club!"





Other Galleries of LFHCfS Members



Member Galleries:   2013   2012   2011   2010   2009   2008   2007   2006

Early Member Galleries:   #1   #2   #3   #4   #5   #6

Historical Honorary Members 
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