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Joanne Manaster is a cell and molecular biology lecturer at the University of Illinois. She writes about science at her website, Joanne Loves Science, and also at Scientific American. She has been named by Mashable as having one of the 25 Twitter Accounts That Will Make You Smarter. Manaster has taught histology, cell biology, and tissue engineering laboratories to biology and bioengineering students for nearly 20 years. Currently she executes online courses on the human genome, emerging infectious diseases, and evolution and medicine for current and future science teachers. She creates videos on science, runs a girls’ bioengineering camp, helps with the iGEM synthetic biology team, and encourages her four children to become passionate about many subjects, including science.
A few weeks back, I shared with you of the first episode of a series of videos about the persistent and rising problem of the global epidemic of TB. Since then, the...
Just a few weeks ago, I flew into India to join other new media specialists and journalists with the International Reporting Project to examine issues of child survival and health. ...
I am writing this to you from New Delhi, India as I am here with the International Reporting Project as a New Media Specialist! We have been in the crowded,...
Today’s post is number three in the run-up to my International Reporting Project trip to India where I will be part of a team of 10 journalists covering the topic of...
In 2008, WHO estimated that 1.5 million of deaths among children under 5 years were due to diseases that could have been prevented by routine vaccination. This represents 17% of global total mortality in children under 5...
This is the first in a series of five posts leading up to my trip to India to examine issues of child survival with the International Reporting Project via Johns...
I will be leaving in just a matter of days to go to India with the International Reporting Project as a New Media Journalist to examine the issues of child...