Meet Angus, an established authority in the scientific arena with a relentless commitment to learning and innovation.
Angus' academic journey, crowned by a Ph.D. in Pathology, a Bachelor's in Medical Microbiology from the University of Queensland, and a Master's in Environment from Griffith University, serves as a testament to his rich knowledge base. Currently, Angus is expanding his expertise by undertaking a Master's degree in Applied Mathematics at Monash University and by completing specialized online courses in data science and visualization. This persistent educational pursuit helps Angus stay on the cutting edge of scientific research, offering his customers and readers unparalleled insights.
Beyond academics, Angus is an accomplished researcher with an extensive portfolio of publications that traverse areas from tumor biology to adaptive immunity. His research has been recognized through multiple national and international accolades, including distinguished features in Editors Choice and News and Views in esteemed international journals. Taking his academic prowess a step further, Angus, the entrepreneur, has secured a patent for a novel therapeutic approach to treat chronic inflammation. This invention underscores his dedication to applying scientific knowledge for practical, real-world solutions.
In essence, Angus embodies a unique blend of academic excellence, innovative research, and applied knowledge, consistently delivering cutting-edge insights to his clientele.
I have a French background, this influences my cooking style a lot. People think French food is complicated, but it really isn’t.
Most of the food I cook is super-simple and focuses on bringing out the natural flavours of the ingredients.
When you look at it, cooking is really all about concentrating the flavours of the ingredient by using different dehydrating techniques. I do love cheese and creamy sauces, but those are ‘sometimes’ foods!
We keep away from take-out and processed foods. I can whip up a delicious and nutritious meal in 20mins! It takes longer to get take-out delivered and home-cooked always tastes better!
We’ve also found that, as we get older, processed food is getting hard to deal with and out digestive systems don’t respond well to it…
I hope you enjoy my recipes…and don’t stress! They’re all just suggestions! Add what you want, and experiment to discover your own unique style. I’m just showing you one way to enjoy cooking by making it easy, fun and vibrant.
Dave considers himself lucky to be alive after an adolescence punctuated by several aggressive melanomas, treatment for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and a six-month battle with glandular fever.
The echoes of these teenage years influence Dave’s drive to live purposefully by helping others avoid disease and disability and maintain high physical and mental function throughout their lives.
Dave has a highly successful background in the government, corporate, entrepreneurial, and not for profit sectors. He received the QUT Dean’s Award for Excellence after completing his Executive MBA in 2018 and was the recipient of the 2016 Colin Brain Governance Prize for Business Ethics. He is also an enthusiastic volunteer that supports a range of animal welfare associations.
All that aside, Dave is best known as a quiet guy with an unembarrassed love of the mountains, a passion for protecting animals, and as being a great support crew for his wife during her marathon running.