I really like to build things that involve electronics and computers.
John Freeman, MD (McGill Medical School), PhD (MIT). Freeman was a professor at Vanderbilt Medical School and MIT and did a post-doctoral fellowship with Sir John Eccles (Nobel Laureate), won a coveted Career Development Award (equivalent to the MacArthur Genius Award), and started Nashville’s first high-tech company, successfully marketing an instrument he designed to analyze 2-dimensional gel autoradiographs. During his 25-year scientific career he published over 300 peer-reviewed scientific papers and served as chairman of an NIH study section. Following his retirement from academia, Freeman completed a residency in Psychiatry and is currently licensed to practice medicine in Washington, California, and Texas. He has been described as a pioneer in tele-medicine. He holds several patents for electronic devices he designed. Freeman also has extensive experience in a variety of programming languages, and has won a number of programming awards.