Steven Hall

Royal Society Newton International Fellow at the Centre for Snakebite Research and Interventions

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

(Liverpool, England)

I am a pharmacologist from the east coast of Canada who moved to Liverpool to work at the Centre for Snakebite Research & Interventions to pursue my childhood dream of being a ‘snake scientist’. I grew up on the little island of Cape Breton, on which the most exotic snake species is a garter snake. I attended Mount Allison University (New Brunswick) for my undergraduate education where I completed my BSc in Chemistry, followed by my PhD in Pharmacology at Dalhousie University (Nova Scotia). I now live and work in Liverpool, UK.

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I really like snakes and now it's a dream come true

My story is as simple as, “I really like snakes”. I grew up in a part of the world with very few reptile species, let alone anything venomous. Instead, I...

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