— October 31, 2007 —
tracks a soaring hawk
drain before winter
Linda Pilarski is a Professor in the Department of Oncology at the University of Alberta, and Canada Research Chair in Biomedical Nanotechnology. In addition to her passion for cancer research, she enjoys literature, archeology, hiking, and photography. Linda has (quite literally) traveled the world in search of perfect photos and perfect sunsets: her eye for the artistic side of nature has recently helped capture stunning images of Greece, Iceland, Antarctica, Egypt, and Peru. She also enjoys a good cup of loose tea.
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