A common question I am asked is “What is your research methodology?” Read on for: a breakdown of the multiple methods of research which I draw upon; why mixed methods & synthesis of methodologies is what works best; an elucidation of the flaws of the highly specialised approach for big picture understanding and most integrated … More What is my Research Methodology?
This February marks the eighteenth anniversary of my heart transplant.
A little update: I will be part of TACKERS’ volunteer staff team this year! Since 2002, TACKERS (based in Anzere, Switzerland), has been giving children who have experienced organ transplantation opportunities to meet other transplant kids- as well as to engage in snow sports and creative activities. This year’s camp shall be held from 8th … More News: Invited to TACKERS (Transplant Adventure Camp for Kids) as Volunteer this March
The story behind my being invited to present my research at my home University contains more synchronicity than one might initially assume.
On 1st December 2019 I had the opportunity to join the discussion about the importance of patients being directly involved in research about their health conditions, as well as the discussion about what ‘being human’ is all about! As a heart transplant recipient and intersubjective researcher myself, it was interesting to learn how “scientific” fellow … More News: Radio Guest on Heart N Soul Radio station at the Wellcome Gallery, London (01.12.19)
In the middle of August, soon after returning to the the UK from the Hybrid Minds/Hybrid Bodies symposium, I got a phone call from Montreal-based journalist Mathieu Perreault. He was curious about my experience as a transplant recipient as well as an intersubjective researcher. Below is a copy of the eventual article about the symposium- … More News: Featured in La Presse article about Hybrid Minds/Hybrid Bodies Symposium
Further blog posts, including photos and possibly videos, to follow!