Timmy Bouley is currently a medical student at Duke University. Primarily he is interested in how anthropogenic climate change is impacting human health-- and in particular, how environmental change will impact biodiversity and ecosystems that are relevant to bio/medical-technology. He is also involved in the University Allied for Essential Medicines movement to secure equal access to healthcare and medicines for global populations. Prior to medical school, Timmy worked in documentary film production, as a bioethics researcher, and obtained a master's degree in religion and bioethics at Harvard. In 2009-2010 Timmy will be pursuing a MSc in Environmental Change and Management at Oxford. When not in the hospital, a library, or a cafe, Timmy enjoys running long distances in the woods, climbing rocks, ocean swims, drinking Sonoma Cabernet's (out of the bottle) around a campfire, and eating 54-85% cacao chocolate.