Randy McIntosh is an aspiring fiction writer and established neuroscientist studying brain health and aging for over 25 years. He has an extensive scientific publication record on topics ranging from learning and memory functions in the brain to analytics and computer modeling of brain networks. He has built an open-source brain modeling platform, TheVirtualBrain (http://thevirtualbrain.org), in with his two close collaborators in Europe. His first short story, “For the Cost of Steak Dinner” about an interview with a retired hitman appeared in Adelaide Literary Magazine.
Randy is also an amateur musician, enjoying weekend gigs at local cafés in Vancouver, where he and his wife reside.