Neil Bradbury is Professor of Physiology and Biophysics at the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in Illinois. He earned a Ph.D. in medical biochemistry from the University of Wales College of Medicine in 1988, and graduated with honours in biochemistry from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland in 1984. A full-time scientist and educator, Neil has won numerous awards for his unique approach to teaching physiology.
As a scientist, Dr. Bradbury’s research has focused on the genetic disease of Cystic Fibrosis, where he has made several fundamental discoveries regarding the protein affected in this disorder. He has spoken at national and international meetings to present his research, and authored numerous scientific manuscripts and book chapters.
Dr. Bradbury’s interest in poisons and their effects on the human body started as an undergraduate biochemistry student, and have continued throughout his career. His talks on this subject have been received enthusiastically by high school, undergraduate, graduate and medical students, as well as the general public.
Neil currently lives with his wife and two border collies in Illinois