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Anne Osterrieder has a new series on her blog called Faces of plant cell biologists, where we are asked a series of questions. So far, it has featured Charlotte Carroll (also an guest author here), Chris Hawes and Kentaro Tamura, who all answer Anne’s questions is surprisingly contrasting but  complementary ways. Today, I have been selected and my interview is on her blog via YouTube – as usual best viewed in 1080p if you have a fast internet. All the contributors so far have featured videos in their presentations, and perhaps because we study dynamic processes, this is very appropriate!

I think Anne’s concept of building up a library of these interviews is a great idea, and I know that she will welcome and encourage contributions from all plant cell biologists (in the broadest sense).

Editor Pat Heslop-Harrison

Pat Heslop-Harrison is Professor of Molecular Cytogenetics and Cell Biology at the University of Leicester. He is also Chief Editor of Annals of Botany.

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