|Dr. J. LaboratoryDr. J. is in his lab in the mid-seventies, immediately, before leaving to Britain to commence his postgraduate studies.
The Apparatus is for determination of the nitrogen content using Kjeldahl analysis.
The Kjeldahl method was developed in 1883 by Johann Kjeldahl. The amount of protein present is then calculated from the nitrogen concentration of the food.
|Dr. J. Graduation day This picture was taken in 1981, on the same day, while I was passing in front of Princess Ann (saluting her), upon my doctorate awarding event at Royal Albert Hall in London (UK).
Princess Anne, is the second child and only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.
|Dr. J. as a TraineeThis training session was held in Bangkok, Thailand on Medical devices. I think the workshop was on Enteral Feeding practices by using a gastrostomy kit.|
|Dr. J. as a TrainerI was teaching Abbott Labs employees on human nutrition, malnutrition among hospitalized patients and tube feedings formulas & devices. (Photo taken in Athens in the nineties).||Dr. J. with Professor Christian BarnardIt was on the historical third day of December, 1967, when Dr. Christian Barnard (a South African cardiac surgeon, 1922 – 2001) added a new glorious chapter to the pages of medical history with his first human-to-human heart transplant. (Photo taken in South Africa in 1999).||Dr. J. with Steven SpielbergBut Dr. J. Life is not free of fun. I remember that we were pictured with Steven Spielberg at the new year party in one of Amman nice Hotels.
Steven Allan Spielberg is an American director, producer, and screenwriter. He is considered one of the most popular directors and producers in film history.
|Dr. J. RecentlyPhoto taken in Abu Dhabi, in 2014 by the Photographer Luma.|
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