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Christopher Hugh Reynolds

Christopher Hugh Reynolds, British research biochemist. Co-editor: Biotechnology Applications of Microinjection, Microscopic Imaging, and Fluorescence, 1993; contributor numerous articles to professional journals. Member Bio-chemical Society, Christians in Science.

Background

  • Reynolds, Christopher Hugh was born on April 3, 1944 in Worthing, England. Son of Ronald Hugh and Helen Eileen (Bovell) Reynolds.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Cambridge (England) University, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, University Edinburgh, Scotland, 1971.

    Career

    • Demonstrator University Edinburgh, 1969-1971. Lecturer Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria, 1971-1975. Researcher Oxford (England) University, 1975-1977.

      Scientist Wellcome plc, Beckenham, England, 1977-1991. Researcher Institute Psychiatry, London, since 1993.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: member Church of England.

    Religion

    Denomination: Church of England

    Membership

    Co-editor: Biotechnology Applications of Microinjection, Microscopic Imaging, and Fluorescence, 1993. Contributor numerous articles to professional journals. Member Bio-chemical Society, Christians in Science.

    Personality

    Interests

    Church-related activities.

    Connections

    • Married Lesley Gray Reynolds, July 11, 1969. 1 child, Meikle.
    • father: Ronald Hugh Reynolds
    • mother: Helen Eileen (Bovell) Reynolds
    • spouse: Lesley Gray Reynolds
    • child: Meikle Reynolds
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    Born April 3, 1944
    (age 73)
    Nationality
    • 1966
      Cambridge (England) University
    • 1971
      University Edinburgh
    • 1969 - 1971
      Demonstrator University Edinburgh
    • 1971 - 1975
      lecturer, Ahmadu Bello University
      Zaria, Kaduna, Nigeria
    • 1975 - 1977
      researcher, Oxford (England) University
    • 1977 - 1991
      scientist, Wellcome plc
      Beckenham, Kent, United Kingdom
    • 1993
      researcher, Institute Psychiatry
      London, Mpumalanga, South Africa