I have played fiddle, called, and danced at folk dances in the Seattle area since 1985. Between musical gigs, I teach musculoskeletal radiology at the University of Washington.
I have been a geek for most of my life. My first programming language was solder, followed by a number of other computer and human languages. Along the way, I spent time training in physics, ham radio, radiology and biostatistics, skills which have come in handy in the rock star lifestyle of academic radiology.