The above figure shows an anterior (front) view in panel A and a posterior (back) view in panel B of brainstem nuclei that are critical to human consciousness. These nuclei were manually traced on an ultra-high resolution MRI of a human brainstem. The locations and borders of the nuclei on the MRI dataset were correlated with microscopic analysis of the same human brainstem after it was scanned. The neuroanatomic information from this human brainstem, along with neuroanatomic data from standard atlases of the human brainstem, formed the basis for the Harvard Ascending Arousal Network Atlas ( /resources/aan-atlas ). Figure adapted from Edlow BL, Takahashi E, Wu O, Benner T, Dai G, Bu L, Grant PE, Greer DM, Greenberg SM, Kinney HC, Folkerth RD. Neuroanatomic connectivity of the human ascending arousal system critical to consciousness and its disorders. Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology. 2012;71:531-546.
In the 2003 film Hulk , Brian, renamed David Banner (a reference to the television series ), appears as the main antagonist in the film and is portrayed by Nick Nolte , and Paul Kersey in the film's prologue and subsequent flashbacks. The character's antagonist name, as stated by Ang Lee , is simply called The Father. In the film, David is a genetics researcher who, in his quest to improve on humanity, experiments on himself. After his wife, Edith gives birth to Bruce, David sees that Bruce is not normal, and feels that he is responsible. He realizes his experiments on himself have affected Bruce, who barely shows emotion and gains patches of green skin when he is hurt or angered. While attempting to find a cure for Bruce's condition, David has his research shut down by General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross . In his rage over the loss of his work and the hopelessness of Bruce's situation, David destroys his laboratory to prevent the military using the data and tries to murder Bruce, believing that Bruce will mutate out of control. Instead, he accidentally kills Edith when she tries to stop him. Bruce is taken into foster care, with the memories of his mother's death blocked out , and David is confined to a mental institution. Years later, after being released from the institution and after Bruce becomes the Hulk, David, convinced the Hulk to be his "true son", tests the Hulk by sending three "hulk-dogs" to kill Betty Ross . While the Hulk defeats them, David attempts to replicate the Hulk's powers, giving himself Absorbing Man / Zzzax -like abilities. After both he and Bruce are captured by the military, David engages the Hulk in battle, and is killed by absorbing gamma radiation from the Hulk. 
"A PhD in Sport and Exercise Science is not available in my home country of Chile so I needed to look elsewhere. I choose ECU mainly because my supervisor, Professor Ken Nosaka, is very well known in the area of sport sciences. Professor Nosaka has been very supportive and helpful in my research journey at ECU. He is more than a supervisor; he is more like a mentor and I learn something new every meeting, both as a researcher and as a person. Probably my greatest challenge at the beginning was the language, especially in scientific writing. I attended writing and other workshops and I’ve since had the opportunity to do oral presentations at three big conferences in Europe and Australia. Since graduating, I have returned to Chile to teach and undertake research at University Finis Terrae."