Dr Frank Ryan M.D. is a consultant physician in the UK as well as being an innovative evolutionary biologist, who has introduced the concepts of aggressive symbiosis and genomic creativity to the story of human evolution. He pioneered the concept of viruses as symbionts, thus bringing together the disciplines of evolutionary virology and symbiology. His appointment as Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Animal and Plant Sciences at Sheffield University is aimed at introducing modern evolutionary concepts of human evolution to medicine. Frank is a Fellow of the Linnaean Society in London, a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Physicians and a Member of the New York Academy of Sciences.
Frank's multi-bestselling books have been the subject of many TV and radio documentaries and have been translated into many languages.
He is also an occasional reviewer of books for the New York Times.
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