My last video.
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 […]
You can also report any suspicious activity to me. Actually, that would be preferable. -Victoria TO: All ESU Medical Students & Faculty FROM: Dr. Abraham Waldman DATE: October 8th, 2014 University police are investigating reports of a break-in that occurred last night at The James Whale Memorial Lab. Nobody was injured, but the facility was […]
Nothing to see here. -Victoria TO: All ESU Medical Students FROM: Dr. Abraham Waldman DATE: October 1st, 2014 The Biomedical Science Research Center experienced some temporary unplanned power outages around 11:00pm, September 28, 2014. The power was restored by 11:20pm and it was not necessary to move critical items to the department emergency back-up freezer. […]
Signal boost: Please stay away from the lab this weekend. — Victoria TO: All ESU Medical Students & Faculty FROM: Dr. Abraham Waldman DATE: September 26th, 2014 Important. The James Whale Memorial Lab will be closed until further notice due to a biohazardous material spill. Only personnel outfitted in hazmat suits will be allowed inside or […]
See, everyone? No danger whatsoever. — Victoria TO: All ESU Medical Students FROM: Dr. Abraham Waldman DATE: September 12, 2014 In response to the numerous inquiries regarding the sound of a gunshot coming from one of the ESU laboratories yesterday, let me assure everyone that the firearm was used by a fully trained and […]
One of the topics I’ve been fascinated with lately is the difference between paralytic and anaesthetic agents. I think a lot of people confuse the two, and I want to set the record straight as we prepare to head into our next experiment in episode 3 of Frankenstein, MD. If you’re already lost (or your name […]
The second episode of Frankenstein, MD features Escherichia coli, commonly known as E. coli, a strain of bacteria that normally lives in the intestines of people and animals. While it doesn’t have the best reputation thanks to cases of food poisoning, this versatile micro-organism can be used for all sorts of fascinating things. By inserting recombinant […]