Information on Darryl Reanney sought

Donald Forsdyke of Queens University has sent this request:

As set out on a recent paper in Biological Theory, the microbiologist/philosopher Darryl Reanney, who I believe started off in New Zealand but did most of his work in Australia, advanced one of the earliest hypotheses on the role of introns when they were discovered in 1977. Apart from a TV interview he gave shortly before his death from leukaemia in 1994, there is little I can find on him on the internet. In particular, I would like a photo to add to the web version of my intron paper. If anyone in AAHPSSS can help it would be much appreciated.

Donald R. Forsdyke, Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada

University of Melbourne, Parkville