David Sterratt is a Research Fellow in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh. His computational neuroscience research interests include models of learning and forgetting, and the formation of connections within the developing nervous system.
Bruce Graham is the author of the following plays: Burkie, Early One Evening at the Rainbow Bar & Grille, Minor Demons, Moon Over the Brewery, The Champagne Charlie Stakes, Belmont Avenue Social Club, Desperate Affection, Coyote on a Fence, and According to Goldman. Coyote on a Fence was the winner of the Rosenthal Prize and recently opened in London's West End starring Ben Cross. His one-man show, The Philly Fan, was recently revived for a third run. Two new plays, Dex and Julie Sittin' in a Tree (Arden Theatre) and Full Figured, Loves to Dance (Theatre Exile), opened this year. His feature film credits include Dunston Checks In, Anastasia, Steal This Movie, and his TV movie, Ring of Endless Light, won the Humanitas Award for Best Children's Teleplay. Graham has received grants from the Pew Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, and he was a recipient of the Princess Grace Foundation Statuette Award. He currently teaches playwriting and film courses at the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University. Graham lives in Media, Pennsylvania, with his wife, Stephanie, and their daughter, Kendall.
Andrew Gillies works at Psymetrix Limited, Edinburgh. He has been actively involved in computational neuroscience research.