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Ask Iggy – Episode 6

Ask Iggy – Episode 6

October 18, 2014

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.

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Life Finds a Way – Episode 20

Life Finds a Way – Episode 20

October 17, 2014

Dealing with the repercussions of my experiments. Read my thoughts on scientific responsibility here.

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The Responsibility of the Scientist: A Cloud of Uncertainty

The Responsibility of the Scientist: A Cloud of Uncertainty

October 16, 2014

Just a few short weeks ago, I graduated from medical school and took the Hippocratic Oath. Though it doesn’t actually contain the phrase, “First do no harm,” the modern version of the Oath that I took does include several passages about the physician’s responsibilities to her patients and to society as a whole. In light […]

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Zombie Brain Aggression – Episode 19

Zombie Brain Aggression – Episode 19

October 14, 2014

Iggy and I hypothesize about zombies, and Eli interrupts with upsetting news. Read more about the science of zombies here.

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The ScienZe of Zombies

The ScienZe of Zombies

October 12, 2014

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 […]

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Ask Iggy – Episode 5

Ask Iggy – Episode 5

October 11, 2014

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 […]

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Understanding the Basics of Infection

Understanding the Basics of Infection

October 9, 2014

Between all the headlines about Ebola and the surprising results of my recent experiment, I thought it was a good time to revisit the basics of infection. If the subject is in fact alive,  I’m determined to leave no stone unturned to determine how he has managed to fight off the infections I thought would […]

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Memo to Students – October 8, 2014

Memo to Students – October 8, 2014

October 8, 2014

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 […]

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The Brilliant Dr. Victoria – Episode 17

The Brilliant Dr. Victoria – Episode 17

October 7, 2014

Adjusting to life back home in Geneva.

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Failure Is a State of Mind

Failure Is a State of Mind

October 6, 2014

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 […]

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