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Joshua A. Krisch

Josh is the frenzied product of ambulance nightshifts, aviation emergencies, long hours in the laboratory, and a burning desire to write about them. While earning his B.A. in biology at Yeshiva University and completing graduate work in health sciences at Cornell, Josh was routinely exposed to the excitement of science and medicine. When not deciphering medical jargon, Josh enjoys bad science fiction, decent coffee and excellent company.

August 8, 2014

WikiMusical, a satire of the digital age, brought some good ol’ fashioned geek to this summer’s New York Musical Theatre Festival.

November 11, 2013

New research suggests that copper kills the offending norovirus

October 31, 2013

A new study investigates migraine as a risk factor for stroke

October 24, 2013

Are bacteria the super sleuths of the future? Study suggests that microbes could help determine time of death in tricky murder cases.

October 19, 2013

Certain prescription drugs may activate the most common strains of herpes

October 10, 2013

A closer look at exaggerated reports of the man-eating microbe that terrorized Florida.

October 8, 2013

With living tissue as his artistic medium, Oron Catts aims to put science into perspective.

 
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