If you have ever had Norovirus, then you will remember it for a while. Let me tell you about it, and tell you to wash your hands once, twice, and three times. Listen to this, then go wash your hands. If you want to download the mp3 file, click here.
Ah, summer is finally here, and I can relax for just a little bit before I am sent off to a far away land to do some epidemiological stuff. Let me tell you all about it in about five minutes time. As always, you can download the episode here, […]
My wife and I went to the store, and I decided to record us and see what would happen. Lo and behold, she’s played with Ebola before.
About twenty minutes of audio from my trip to Old Mexico. Look for a thunder clap when I’m recording dad and his friends at dad’s shop.
Vuelve el podcast de la semana epidemiologica. Espero que les guste. Y si no les gusta, ni modo. 🙂
Just testing a mic. Nothing to see. 🙂
My lovely wife and I delivered a presentation (more like a chat) today at the annual conference of the American Mental Health Counselors Association. It was a one-hour presentation on the use (and abuse) of research studies in mental health settings. Coming from an infectious disease background, I felt a […]
El pasado 23 de Octubre del 2012 tuve la grata experiencia de dar una entrevista a una estación de radio de Washington, DC, sobre la gripe y sobre el brote epidémico de meningitis fúngica. Al principio se escucha un poco de discusión entre la reportera y yo. La entrevista puede […]
I gave a 30 minute talk about influenza to a group of sanitarians the other day. The conference was held at Ft. Meade, a military installation. The story I tell at the beginning really did happen… I almost didn’t make it. [section][/section]
It happened in Florida in 2009. Here’s the audio of a passenger taking over and landing the plane while being instructed to do so by the flight controllers. The accidental pilot had some experience in flying, which probably helped a lot. httpvh://youtu.be/Oz9sNwmeCws