March 5, 2019 — This is the audio of a lecture I gave to undergraduate global health students at Carleton University in Ottawa. You can access the PDF of my slides here.
May 28, 2018 — This is the audio of a lecture I gave to a graduate class in Community Outreach and Media Relations in the Sciences. It was recorded using my bluetooth microphone, so the audio quality is not as great as it could be. A PDF of the class slides (with most photos removed) can be accessed here.
During the class, I conducted a simulated data collection exercise wherein a hat was passed around and students were asked to write questions on pieces of paper. Here are the ones that were legible:
P.S. we have armpit hair because it’s a scent trap.
It’s been about a week since I returned from my most recent trip to Guyana. I’ve often joked to my students that the thing that will likely kill me is probably already in my blood stream. So many trips to so many jungles in the world have exposed me to a fair number of parasites and disease vectors. Almost certainly, some of them have no known taxonomy. Continue reading Toe Eggs