E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Web: http://pobox.com/~rudolf (or tinyurl.com/rudolfcardinal). Full contact details.
Work-related sections. Some documents are in PDF format (click here to get the reader).
- Scientific publication list, including books.
- Whisker, a control system that I designed, also accessible at www.whiskercontrol.com.
- CamCOPS, a clinical/research data collection system that I designed, also accessible at camcops.org.
- CRATE, a de-identification/text extraction tool for clinical research.
- Web catalogue, my collection of useful links. The reason this site got created.
- My CV.
- Physiology 1B teaching materials for endocrinology, reproductive biology, and neurobiology.
- Experimental Psychology (1B, II) and Neuroscience (Part II) teaching materials.
- Statistics materials in support of a couple of textbooks.
- Medicine resources, with descriptions of practical procedures and support material for clinicians.
- Source code for various programs that I've written.
- Hannah Clarke's web presence.
- Techniques; a collection.
- Photo gallery. Friends of mine plus some more arty stuff and not a few animals.
No web site ever seems complete without a few tacky bits.
Did you ever wonder what an egret looks like?
A Dilbert cartoon.
A silly page.
- Family pages. Not generally accessible.
- Internal pages. For me to play around with; the server probably won't let you have them.
- Miniature biography:
- I was born in Norwich and grew up in Sandgate near Folkestone, where I went to Sandgate Primary School and the Harvey Grammar School.
- I worked briefly at South Kent College, then started a degree in medical sciences and neuroscience in 1993 at the University of Cambridge, where I lived at St John's College. After this, I did a PhD within the Behavioural and Cognitive Neuroscience Group in the Department of Experimental Psychology. I also studied at the Clinical School for some years and qualified as a doctor in June 2001.
- I worked as a PRHO at Addenbrooke's [wikipedia] (general medicine, infectious diseases, respiratory medicine, stroke) and the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital [wikipedia] (general, colorectal, trauma, and orthopaedic surgery).
- In 2002 I became a Lecturer in Neuroscience in the MRC Cambridge Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Centre and Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Cambridge; these are part of the wider Cambridge Neuroscience project. Research I conducted then led to an MD.
- In 2005 I started a medical SHO rotation at Addenbrooke's and Papworth [wikipedia] hospitals (hepatology/gastroenterology [including liver transplant assessment and preoperative care], general and acute medicine, geriatrics, respiratory medicine, cardiology), leading to MRCP (with the Royal College of Physicians of London) in 2007.
- In August 2007 I started a rotation in psychiatry in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) at Fulbourn Hospital [wikipedia], the adjacent Ida Darwin Hospital, Addenbrooke's, and Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Huntingdon, leading to MRCPsych (membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrists) in 2010.
- In August 2010 I became a registrar, then a Wellcome Trust fellow and researcher at the Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute, Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge.
- As of 2016 I am a university lecturer in clinical informatics at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge,
and an honorary consultant liaison psychiatrist at
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH).
Me in 2005.