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This Week in Parasitism
TWiP is a monthly netcast about eukaryotic parasites. Vincent Racaniello and Dickson Despommier, science Professors from Columbia University, deconstruct parasites, how they cause illness, and how you can prevent infections.
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4.9 stars from 539 ratings
I love it!!
I am a nursing student and i am fascinated by microbiology and infectious diseases. Thank you for having this amazing resource for free!
BulgarianNurse via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/10/20
Shouldn’t a monthly show be called This Month in Parasitism?
rhods via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/26/20
My favourite podcast on iTunes
TWIP was recommended to me by a postdoc in our group early in the first few weeks of my PhD studies. After a year or so of listening I am nearly caught up and very much looking forward to writing in with a guess to one of Daniel’s clinical cases. In my opinion, you would be hard pressed to find...Read full review »
benofosiris via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/31/20
Recent Episodes
Christina returns to the TWiP trifecta to solve the case of the Beachgoer with Red Lines on Her foot, and an experimental malaria vaccine based on the junctional region of the circumsporozoite protein displayed on a virus-like particle.
Published 05/31/21
TWiP solves the case of the Long Island Man with Unilateral Eye Pain, followed by a discussion of how enteric helminth coinfection enhances host susceptibility to West Nile virus by a tuft cell-IL-4 receptor signaling axis.
Published 04/24/21
Audun returns to help solve the case of the Ecuadorean Gentleman Treated for COVID-19, followed by a discussion of the interaction of Blastocystis with the intestinal microbiota and the immune system, and of course a new clinical case from Daniel.
Published 03/29/21
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