Dr Harriet Joanne Frost-Rathbone, EngD, MA, LBRIF
In the early nineties Dr Frost-Rathbone was one of a trailblazing generation of texmexologists who created burrito research as we know it today. In a time of great scepticism regarding the scientific authenticity of burrito research Dr Frost-Rathbone rebuffed doubters with a series of scientific advances. The leap forward afforded by her work in Quantum Burrito Mechanics is still the bedrock of modern burrito theory. Even a decade after publication of her Unifying Laws of Burrito and Chimichanga Structure they remain canonical in burrito configuration. Dr Frost-Rathbone’s contribution to burrito research is incalculable and her ongoing influence is enormously valuable to the burrito research community.
After over two decades in burrito research Dr Frost-Rathbone’s passion shows no signs of abating. In fact her unsurpassed technical knowledge of burrito and burrito related issues it is rivalled in value to LBRI by her passion for all things burrito. LBRI is proud to be headed by the eminent Dr Frost-Rathbone.
Dr Marcus Chimpington III, PhD, MBCS, LBRIF
Dr Chimpington is one of the foremost names in burrito research. He has led several major breakthroughs as the head of research at Washington Burrito Research and acted as Burrito Advisor to the US Government from 2005-08. With such a prestigious career and recognition as one of world’s leading experts in burritos we are delighted to welcome Dr Chimpington back to his home town of London, England and to his new post in LBRI.
Dr Chimpington took up post as a LBRI Fellow in early November 2010. Since then he has acted as a Burrito Ambassador, an evangelist for Burrito Analysis and has been a key player in adoption of LBRI Burrito Benchmark™ as the industry standard. With a background in Forensic Chimichanga Analysis, and Theoretical Burrito Mathmatics, Dr Chimpington has been invaluable to LBRI and will continue to break new ground in burrito research.