I have been an editor and contributor since 8 April 2007, focussing mainly on health and biology-related articles. I have written eight articles that have appeared on the Main Page as Todays' Featured Article. I was an administrator from 2008 to 2022, when I voluntarily relinquished the extra page tabs. I was a Featured Article Candidates' Delegate for four years from 2012 to 2014 and I promoted 502 articles to FA status. In real life, I am a National Health Service Microbiologist and Honorary Professor. My research papers are listed on PubMed here:  "Rotavirus vaccination has saved hundreds of thousands of children’s lives from diarrhea" 
Featured Article Save Award
On behalf of the FAR coordinators, thank you, Graham Beards! Your work on Menstrual cycle has allowed the article to retain its featured status, recognizing it as one of the best articles on Wikipedia. This is a rare accomplishment and you should be proud. You may display this FA star upon your userpage. Keep up the great work! Cheers, Nikkimaria (talk) 03:58, 23 December 2021 (UTC)
If you contribute to Wikipedia, be prepared to be plagiarised
The Historical/Evolutionary Cause and Possible Treatment of Pandemic COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2, 2019-CORONA VIRUS): World-War III: The Blackout of the Modern World by Neglected Small Infectious Agent
And not only by schoolchildren. This "publication" is copied from several of our articles including Social history of viruses, Introduction to viruses and Influenza.
Here's some excellent advice
Achieving excellence through featured content
List of Featured Article Candidates I have promoted
Demonstrating the wave-like behaviour of photons (in my kitchen)
Neisseria gonorrhoeae in pus from a case of gonorrhoea in a man
A typical case of aerobic vaginitis (Gram stain)
Ring forms of Plasmodium falciparum in red blood cells
A malarial parasite, probably Plasmodium vivax, in a red blood cell
A Giemsa-stained blood film from a person with iron-deficiency anemia. This person also had hemoglobin Kenya.
A Giemsa-stained blood film from a person with iron-deficiency anemia (lower magnification)
Blood from a person with beta thalassemia
Whole blood with microfilaria worm, Giemsa stain, from a person with Loa loa
Electron micrograph of a herpesvirus
Trichomonas vaginalis by phase-contrast microscopy single trophozoite
Trichomonas vaginalis May-Grünwald-Giemsa staining. A barb-like axostyle (left) projects opposite the four-flagella bundle.
Monocytes, a type of white blood cell involved in immunity
Electron micrograph of adenovirus and adeno-associated virus
Red blood cells in sickle cell anaemia
Candida albicans Gram stain
Another case of gonorrhoea (Gram-stain)
Giant platelets in a person with immune thrombocytopenia pupura. (Blood film Giemsa stain)
Agar diffusion antibiotic sensitivity testing
Antibiotic resistance tests: Bacteria are streaked on dishes with white disks, each impregnated with a different antibiotic.
Electron micrograph of EDIM - the rotavirus that infects mice
A plant rhabdovirus
Gram stain of lactobacilli and squamous epithelial cells in vaginal swab
Gram stain showing normal flora and the bacteria seen in bacterial vaginosis
Gram-stain of Gram-positive streptococci surrounded by pus cells from and infected cut on a finger
Phase contrast microscopy of clue cells in a vaginal swab
Trypanosoma cruzi in blood Giemsa stain
A Kleihauer–Betke test used to measure the amount of fetal hemoglobin transferred from a fetus to a mother's bloodstream.
Caesium chloride (CsCl) solution and two morphological types of rotavirus. Following centrifugation at 100g a density gradient forms in the CsCl solution and the virus particles separate according to their densities. The tube is 10cm tall. The viruses are the two "milky" zones close together.
Neutrophils, a type of white blood cell
Cryptococcus neoformans a pathogenic yeast
A culture of salmonella bacteria
Electron micrograph of molluscum contagiosum virus
Scanning electron micrograph of Actinomyces israelii (false colour)
Electron micrograph of Parvovirus B19
Haemophilus influenzae requires X and V factors for growth. In this culture, Haemophilus has only grown around the paper disc that has been impregnated with X and V factors. No bacterial growth is seen around the discs that only contain either X or V factor.
The cytophathic effect of Varicella zoster virus on cells in cultures
Mpox lesions on a penis
|The Half Million Award|
|For your contributions to bring Menstrual cycle (estimated annual readership: 718,200) to Featured Article status, I hereby present you the Half Million Award. Congratulations on this rare accomplishment, and thanks for all you do for Wikipedia's readers! SandyGeorgia (Talk) 01:41, 24 April 2021 (UTC)|
|The Million Award|
|For your contributions to bring Virus (estimated annual readership: 1,453,000) to Featured Article status, I hereby present you the Million Award. Congratulations on this rare accomplishment, and thanks for all you do for Wikipedia's readers. -- Khazar2 (talk) 12:56, 29 August 2013 (UTC)|
This picture is a transmission electron micrograph at approximately 200,000× magnification, showing numerous bacteriophages attached to the exterior of a bacterium's cell wall.Photograph credit: Graham Beards
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|This editor won the Million Award for bringing Virus to Featured Article status.|
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