Profile: Rob Hart

Personal background
Where?: Perth, Western Australia
What?: University Lecturer (Medical Imaging). Also work with NASA as a subject matter expert with the Space Health Care Systems team at Johnson Space Center.
First Appearance: Dec 13 1967
Education: UK "A" levels (crashed and burned). Degree/doctorate 1992-2000, in Western Australia. Subject: medical imaging/ultrasound. Specific applications: survivors of stroke.
Previous jobs: Diagnostic radiographer, 1995-2000 (Royal Perth Hospital) Research Fellow 2000-2001 (University of Dundee, Scotland)
Research Interests: Medical imaging and medical support in space, imaging of musculoskeletal changes occuring in microgravity, changes ultrasound interactions with bone.
Ambitions: Learn to fly.
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
Statistically I'd be stupid not to believe extraterrestrial life exists. I don't think we'll find it with SETi@home, though. SETI operates on the premise of intelligent life, which severely limits our options. Let's consider prokaryotes, or at least the ET equivalent, as being the goal for the moment.
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