Trevor G Marshall, PhD
Trevor's first teaching post was at the University of Technology in Lae, Papua New Guinea, during 1974.
He taught at Curtin University, in Western Australia, during the rest of the 70's.
operated one of the very first computer bulletin board systems (in the early 80's) and has watched the BBS grow into ARPAnet and, eventually, the Internet.
Actually, 'watching' is not really a good word, as Trevor
has been 'leading' at the bleeding edge.
During 1999/2000 he
wrote a monthly Editorial Column on Linux, and it is a similar open model of Collaboration that Trevor
is bringing to Medical Publishing
Over the last few years Trevor
has been defining the biochemical roles of the steroid hormones Angiotensin II and 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin-D in immune disease.
In 2002 he
published a complete etiological description for Sarcoid Inflammation, and his
current interest is in understanding how this same hormonal/bacterial pathogenesis might drive other Rheumatic and Cardiac diseases.
Trevor's Published papers