To say something is poetic is not to declare it ultimately untrue, futile and meaningless—it is to say it is more profound and meaningful and true than many other modes of expre... Read More >
Dr. James May is a General Practitioner (family doctor) and vice-chairman of the UK charity HealthWatch-UK, which promotes the practice and public understanding of evidence-based medicine. Dr. May graduated from Sheffield Medical School in 1997, and earned an MA in Bioethics at the University of Surrey, where he wrote a dissertation on the mind-body problem in medicine. During a sabbatical this year, May spent 6 weeks working with the Faraday Institute, Cambridge, on the connections between Science and Art, and another 6 weeks exploring the American West, the Californian coast, Yosemite, Death Valley and the Canyon Lands. He lives with his wife and four children in the central-London borough of Hackney, part of a church plant among the highest concentration of artists in Europe.