Lab Members (left to right)- Back row: Stephen, Joseph, Matt, Kim, Chris; Middle row: Nick, Phoebe, Anna; Front row: Jenny, Keersten, Holly, Becca, Adam
Team Building: Celebrity Doppelganger Edition
There have always been ongoing jokes in the lab about how one member looks like a certain celebrity. One afternoon (after a successful day of science of course), we decided to come up with celebrity dopplegangers for the lab. The pictures were revealed at a Friday group meeting. See if you can guess who is what celebrity (using our current members pictures as a guide). Here are the answers if you really want to know!
Dr. Seuss and Malaria
During WWII, Dr. Seuss was a captain in the U.S. Army. While we all know him for his whimsical children's stories, he put his clever techniques to use to create a pamphlet for the troops on the dangers of malaria. Germany had cut off the U.S.'s supplies to quinine, so the troops had to use alternative methods to prevent infection. Deemed "Ann," the Anopholes mosquito is brought to cartoon life to instruct the troops on what to do to ward off malaria. Click here to read more!