|Where are they now?
Everyone wants to know what happened to people they trained with and worked with....
If you send us details, we will publish them here. For example where
are these lot, photographed in 1970, now?
Send us photographs (either real or digital
via the web) and we will publish those as well.
|| Dr. David Walker - Senior Lecturer in Child Health|
I graduated in 1977 and have become, by a circuitous route, a
Paediatric Oncologist. I work as a Senior Lecturere at the University
of Nottingham, having been recruited by David Hull and Peter Barbor.
Interestingly, out of 42 graduates in the year, 4 of us are
oncologists. Steve Chan and myself in Nottingham and Sheila Pritchard
(nee Mayall) and Mike Barnett in Vancouver. I am married to Gill, whom
I met at Great Ormond Street, and have two daughters, Emma 11 and Kate
5. My rugby days are over but I enjoy hill walking (109 Munro's ticked
off!), golf (handicap unmentionable) and exercising the dog (oscar).
The Pickering Association is coming alive, now in its third year - it
has been rewarding to see it grow. Do join in with our activities
either on this website or at the annual dinner (6 October 2000)