"The Downside Of Being The Boss"
John Rennie finds it's great to be editor in chief of Scientific American, but not when all the ingredients of sarin gas are in his office.
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Researching the funniest virus (explicit)
Lou Serico's childhood dream of being a scientist is tested by working in a herpes lab for his PhD.
“Clearly I have a lifelong destiny of researching biological punch lines.”
Lou Serico
Forensic scientist
Lou Serico is a molecular biologist by training. He studied virology at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine for four years, and also has worked as a laboratory research assistant at SUNY Downstate and Rockefeller University. For the past ten years, he has been a forensic geneticist for the City of New York, specializing in the development of DNA profiles from crime scene evidence and post-mortem samples. In addition to his scientific work, he was a blogger for Nerve and has completed a fictional novel based on the lives of forensic scientists.
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