I think he is a very under-appreciated guy in the medical world. Perhaps because of professional bias by the medical establishment as he is a Vet by original training. he has done more to move the knowledge of bartonella infections forward than any other researcher I have come across in all my reading. I highly recommend his papers and presentations
The presentations give a better overview - he presented at a convention on vector-borne diseases called NORVECT - if you searh for his surname and NORVECT you should find them.
Posted by Rumigirl (Member # 15091) on :
He is an absolute gem!! I've seen his presentations at conferences, heard him, read his papers. He's so dedicated, smart, incisive, and down-to-earth, all at the same time.
He's surely the world's expert on Bartonella. It killed his father, and likely his mother, so he had a strong incentive to delve into it deeply.