Our Image of the Month shows Professor Seth Love at the Witness Seminar 'The Development of Brain Banks in The UK 1970–2010'.
Professor Seth Love PhD MBBCh FRCP FRCPath (b. 1955) trained in medicine at the University of the Witwatersrand,graduating cum laude in 1978. After completing internships, he moved to London, where in 1980 he joined the Department of Neuropathology at Queen Square. This was initially as a PhD student but he became interested in the diagnostic work of the department and decided to train as a neuropathologist. He completed his PhD in 1984 and his neuropathology training in 1985. He then spent two years as a Research Fellow at UCSD before returning to the United Kingdom in 1987, to a consultant post at Frenchay Hospital in Bristol. In 1995 he was awarded a Personal Chair in Neuropathology in the University of Bristol. He is Director of the South West Dementia Brain Bank, President of the British Neuropathological Society, serves on multiple editorial boards and grant review committees, and was appointed Director of the UK Brain Banks Network in 2013. He is the lead editor of Greenfield’s Neuropathology, and Editor-in-Chief-elect of Brain Pathology. His current research is supported by the Medical Research Council, Alzheimer’s Research UK, Alzheimer’s Society, British Heart Foundation, and BRACE, and is largely focused on Alzheimer’s disease and related causes of dementia.