DLP's new arrival

Caryn Peiffer with daughter Dylan Rose DLP welcomes a brand new member to the team!

Dylan Rose Everett, daughter of Research Fellow Caryn Peiffer and her Royal Navy officer husband Oliver Everett, made her debut on September 10. She is their first child and our first DLP baby.

Caryn tells us that Dylan is already showing signs of being a night owl – perfect for those long evenings helping her mother check citations and references when deadlines loom in years to come.

We send Caryn, Oliver and Dylan our warmest congratulations. 


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