Posted by: getthenac | May 12, 2010

John, Paul, George, Ringo, and Tatsuki Koyama, Ph.D.

From Wayne Wood:
Tatsuki Koyama, Ph.D., is a cancer biostatistician who grew up in Japan in a home with the music of the Beatles all around, thanks to his Beatlemaniac mother.
Now the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center researcher has turned that inherited love of the Beatles into a research poster that, he says with a rueful laugh, “May be the most influential thing I’ve ever done here.”
It’s a poster that shows pretty much every song the Beatles ever recorded, in chronological order of release, along with how long the song is, who wrote it, the album on which it appeared, and more.
I’ve been a Beatles fan for decades, and still can get lost in the information on this poster.
Read the whole story and download the poster here.
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