Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists - Member Gallery 3

Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists™

Member Gallery Three

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 #3

Most of these members joined in 2003-2004


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.




R. Amicel, LFHCfS


Ronan Amicel
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Chief Technical Officer
CAPS Entreprise
Rennes, France
<more about this member>

"I would like to apply for membership of the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists, whose existence just fascinated me when I came to learn about it in a french newspaper last year. Unfortunately, the article did not give any contact information... So when I finally stumbled upon your website by chance tonight, I felt this was a sign that the time had come to apply. My hair may be long enough now."



Dr. Isaac Asimov
Historical Honorary Member,
Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists


More information on this member is available on the Historical Honorary Members page

"I nominate biologist, author, and 20th century Renaissance Man Dr. Isaac Asimov (1920-1992) as an Historical Honorary Member. Surely 'Dr. A' is eligible for membership, based on his scientific accomplishments and the admirable tresses that provided such dramatic contrast to a set of sideburns Elvis envied."
(Nominated by Charlie Spencer)


S. Coles, LFHCfS


Simon Coles
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Crystallography Service Manager
EPSRC National Crystallography Service
School of Chemistry
University of Southampton
Highfield, Southampton, UK
<more about this member>

"I have been informed about the LFHCfS by a number of colleagues around the UK, most of them in my home institution. I figured I should nominate myself before a more embarrassing nomination is made! I am a chemical diffractionist and I find my hair most useful as protection from all sorts of radiation - especially cosmic rays."


S. Dloniak, LFHCfS


Stephanie Dloniak
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Doctoral Candidate
Department of Zoology
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan, USA
<more about this member>

"I would like to nominate four of my colleagues here at Michigan State University for membership in the LFHCfS."
(Nominated by Russell C. Van Horn)


B. Forbes, LFHCfS


Bruce Forbes
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Research Professor
Arctic Centre
University of Lapland
Rovaniemi, Finland
<more about this member>

"I saw an article in The Guardian a couple of weeks ago and realized I MUST propose myself for entry to THE club. I have had luxuriant flowing hair for some 30 years now, at first just to annoy my parents. however, I have found since becoming an arctic ecologist some 15 years ago that my Luxuriant Flowing Hair also has functional value as it keeps my ears and neck warm during field work in the cold. sometimes my beard gets a bit 'luxuriant' as well, thus helping to keep my face and chin warm, too! That's me on the right in the photo."


H. Gray, LFHCfS


Dr. Huw Kruger Gray
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Microbiologist
more about this member
Boston, Massachusetts, USA

"I nominate my old friend Dr. Huw Kruger Gray, alias Zip, for LFHC membership, submitting as my first choice the handsome and dignified picture attached. Alternatively you can use this other photo, should you prefer chaps to wear hats with ostrich feathers. That settles the hair qualification; as for the science part, Zip has a doctorate in Microbiology from Essex University, UK, and is working for a biotechnology establishment in Boston, U.S."
(Nominated by Marion Doran)


C. Harris, LFHCfS


Catherine L. Harris
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Associate Professor of Psychology
Boston University
Boston Massachusetts, USA
<more about this member>

"Evolutionary psychologists (such as our founding member) note that long flowing hair is valued because it is a costly (hard-to-fake) sign of youth, health and thus probable fertility."


J. Love, LFHCfS


Jennifer Love
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Technical Associate
Whitehead Institute Center for Microarray Technology
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

"I would like to propose myself (and my hair)."


W. Moss, LFHCfS


Walter N. Moss
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Undergraduate chemist
SUNY Stony Brook
Stony Brook, New York, USA

"I would like to nominate myself for membership in the LFHCS. I am currently an undergraduate in the chemistry program at SUNY Stony Brook. I have been accepted into Yale's and UCLA's chemistry PhD programs and will be starting one of the programs in Sept. This is a photo of myself in front of a poster showing my research. I will be presenting my paper 'Analysis of the chemical shift changes in the13C NMR of iodoalkynes due to complexation with Lewis bases' at the 227th American Chemical Society's National Meeting."


R. Müller, LFHCfS


Dr. Reidar Müller
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Department of Geology
University of Oslo
Oslo, Norway
<more about this member>

"I became a doctor two months ago. I really want to become a member."


S. Narasimhan, LFHCfS


Sridharakumar Narasimhan
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Graduate Student
Department of Chemical Engineering
Potsdam, New York, USA
<more about this member>

"If I had waited for a few more days, I guess I could have attempted to become the first entrant for 2004. But then, having procastrinated long enough, I thought, if not now, then probably never."

In 2006 this member wrote to update his information:
Post-doctoral fellow
Dept. of Chemical Engineering
NTNU
Trondheim, Norway


D. Notkin, LFHCfS


Dr. David Notkin
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Professor and Chair
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington, USAO
<more about this member>

"I nominate Dr. David Notkin. Dr. Notkin's beard alone qualifies him for the club"
(Nominated by Michael Ernst)


E. Muecke, LFHCfS


Eva-Maria Muecke
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Doctoral Candidate
Department of Zoology
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan, USA
<more about this member>

"I would like to nominate four of my colleagues here at Michigan State University for membership in the LFHCfS."
(Nominated by Russell C. Van Horn)


S. Wahaj, LFHCfS


Sofia Wahaj
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Doctoral Candidate
Department of Zoology
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan, USA
<more about this member>

"I would like to nominate four of my colleagues here at Michigan State University for membership in the LFHCfS."
(Nominated by Russell C. Van Horn)


S. Watts, LFHCfS


Susan Watts
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Assistant Dean and Lecturer
Department of Forest Sciences
University of British Columbia
<more about this member>

"I would like to nominate Dr Susan Watts RPF (Registered Professional Forester) from the Faculty of Forestry, UBC. Besides being Assistant Dean, she is also a Bug Expert (Forest Entomology)"
(Nominated by Clare Keating-Husk)


C. Wei, LFHCfS


Cindy Wei
Member, Luxurient Flowing Hair Club for Scientists
Doctoral Candidate
Department of Zoology
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan, USA
<more about this member>

"I would like to nominate four of my colleagues here at Michigan State University for membership in the LFHCfS"
(Nominated by Russell C. Van Horn)





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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