The Thin End

Ray Noble

February 9, 2018

Ray Noble is a life-scientist, an author, freelance writer and musician.  He was formally Deputy Dean of Life Sciences at University College London and Sub Dean in the Medical School.  He was also Graduate Tutor at the UCL Institute for Women's Health and  Director of the Centre For Reproductive Ethics and Rights.   He has taught animal behaviour, neuroscience, physiology and medical ethics.  

 

He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology, a Chartered Biologist and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. 

 
Ray continues to publish on the philosophy of science and on evolution. He is also a freelance writer and musician. He holds an Honorary Senior Lectureship at UCL and is News Editor of Voices from Oxford.  
 
Ray's first novel, It Wasn't Always Late Summer,  was published in 2014.  He likes to explore the social and psychological dynamics of his characters. 
 
He is lead vocalist with the Oxford Trobadors and has appeared on radio and television. He has appeared on BBC radio 4 Woman's Hour and Radio 3 Night Waves and in other radio programmes throughout the word, including China.  He was also featured in the popular '21st Century Girl's Guide To Sex'. His music has featured on French and Korean Television and in British Radio broadcasts.