I'm currently enrolled as a student of biomedical science at the University of Western Australia, focusing mainly on microbiology and pathology. I'm hoping to complete an additional honours year at the end of my degree, but in the meantime I'll entertain myself with adding to Wikipedia.
> I mainly focus on increasing the amount of information available in the area of life sciences, so you can find me editing articles in human anatomy, microbiology, virology, histology and molecular biology.
> I'm compulsively neat and have to have articles well organised. This means correct headings, subheadings and categories. British English preferred over American English, despite what my Windows spell check thinks.
> I like to merge articles instead of creating stubs: until a section can stand on its own feet I think this is the way to go. Why have 5 useless stubs when you could put the information under a nice heading in a larger topic?
Member of the WikiProject for Preclinical Medicine, a fancy term for sciences like anatomy and biochemistry which contribute to medicine. If you're interested in life sciences, drop by and say hello :)
Currently participating in the WikiProject for Science, which is dedicated to improving popular science articles. It's more focused on physical sciences but crosses over nicely with pre-clinical science.