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The managing editor of English Science Editing, Dr. Paul Kolston, has worked as a research scientist at the Delft University of Technology, University Hospital Utrecht, the University of Bristol, and the University of Keele. Whilst at Bristol and Keele he was a Royal Society Research Fellow. He decided to resign from a tenured position at Keele University in order to be able to live in New Zealand. In the 3-year period immediately preceding his departure from Keele he obtained grants totalling US$ 1.4 million from three UK funding bodies, all as the sole applicant.

Dr. Kolston's work has been published in the following journals (* denotes single-author papers): *Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA; *Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Series A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences; Brain Research; *Trends in Neuroscience; *Journal of the Acoustical Society of America; *Hearing Research; *Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control; Current Opinion in Neurobiology; and *Comments on Theoretical Biology.

Dr. Kolston has acted as a referee for research proposals submitted to government and private funding bodies in the UK and the USA, including the Wellcome Trust, Medical Research Council, Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, and National Institutes of Health. He has also refereed papers for the following journals: Nature; Nature Neuroscience; Journal of Physiology (London); Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B: Biological Sciences; Journal of the Acoustical Society of America; IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing; Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology; Acta Acustica; and Audiology and Neurotology.

Dr. Kolston has presented his own research work at scientific conferences in the USA, the UK, The Netherlands, France, and Japan, and he has acted as the principal examiner of British PhD theses.