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Author Archive for Iggy DeLacey
I’m Ludwig DeLacey, an MD/PhD student here at Engle State University. But you can call me Iggy. Or Dr. DeLacey in a few weeks, once I graduate. I am, finally about to earn my MD and starring (well, co-starring) in a YouTube Science Show. Everything's coming up Iggy!
We’ll miss you Abe! -Iggy TO: All ESU Medical Students FROM: Dr. Abraham Waldman DATE: October 31st, 2014 It is with great sadness that I share news with you of my impending departure from ESU, effective at the end of this semester. I have treasured my time here serving you as […]
Welcome to another installment of Ask Iggy, the show where I answer your pressing science and medical questions! Unless it’s about the dead guy. Let’s just…not talk about the dead guy… Hit me up on Twitter with more of your science and medicine questions! Tweet @IggyDeLacey using the hashtag #AskIggy.
Hello Internetians! It is I, Iggy the Great, or maybe just Iggy the Normal, I’ll answer to either. I’d like to take my time today to fill you in on a subject that has been taking over my brain recently: Zombies. Maybe it’s because my favorite show The Walking Dead just premiered, or maybe its because it’s […]
Ahoy, mateys! Let’s set sail into a stormy sea of science and medical questions on today’s Ask Iggy! Today’s question is about women in STEM, and comes to us from Elizabeth McAndrew, a real live nuclear engineer. Whoa! I’m sure she knows a lot more about women in STEM than I do, so check her […]
Greetings people of the Internet! Iggy here, and yes, I am alive. Thank you all for the texts, calls and tweets. I didn’t know you all cared so much about me. See, Dad? I do have friends! Recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about failure, or more specifically, failed science experiments. “But Ludwig,” you might […]
Hey there Internet! Iggy here, and while I’m stuck at home recovering from yet again another injury I incurred in the name of science (that I’d like to add was completely not my fault…this time), I thought I’d share some of my research with you. As you may have seen on the last episode of […]
Welcome to a brand new installment of “Ask Iggy,” where I answer all your urgent science and medical questions. Thanks for your questions @elyntrea and @beccabumblybee. Hit me up on Twitter with more of your science and medicine questions! Tweet @IggyDeLacey using the hashtag #AskIggy.