Greetings, everyone! Looks like it's time to update my intro to this thread. When I first posted it, we had just passed the 100 member mark. As of today we have welcomed 830, and many more to come.
Even if you've been here for a while, it's not too late to introduce yourself. By getting to know one another we can truly collaborate in a transdisciplinary environment. None of us can cross disciplines alone, but together we all can!
In the thread below I'll tell you a little bit about me and I hope to learn more about you. What brought you to TCFIR? What is the focus of the work you are doing right now? And if you are comfortable sharing, what interests and hobbies capture your attention when you aren't working?
Thanks for taking a minute to introduce yourself--I'm looking forward to meeting you!