The MicroG came into being 18 years ago as nothing more than a desk, chair, computer and an idea – and has since grown into an internationally recognized reference centre in the study of Human Space Physiology and Space Biomedical Engineering, with laboratories focused on Aerospace Medicine, Human Physiology, Biomedical Engineering, and Telemedicine & eHealth.
I would like to thank all of my colleagues at the MicroG, past and present, and all the numerous students, researchers and professors who have contributed to the success and growth of the centre. I wish continued progress and many future victories to the MicroG crew and hope it continues to grow and prosper.
In the meantime, I will now be based in London, my favourite city, focusing on my activities at King’s College London as a Senior Lecturer and my role as International Relations Director at HuSCO and CMO at the International Space Medicine Consortium. I will also be launching a new space life sciences and telemedicine consultancy business called InnovaSpace, which will work with universities, scientific communities, private enterprises and government agencies around the world to disseminate and implement Space Science and Telemedicine.
Take a look at the InnovaSpace webpage – www.innovaspace.org - and let me know what you think.