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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.

Tracks

TWiP 201: Tiny and hairy 59:38 12/08/2021
TWiP 200: Parasites without borders 82:01 11/04/2021
TWiP 199: Chagas kisses Cruzi and Brucei bites 67:40 10/12/2021
TWiP 198: Cyclospora in the dining room with the salad bar 75:13 09/14/2021
TWiP 197: An adventurous eater 64:13 08/16/2021
TWiP 196: Naked eye entomologist 56:16 07/12/2021
TWiP 195: Shocking diseases in attractive NY accents 81:00 05/31/2021
TWiP 194: Eye had a corneal scraping 73:02 04/24/2021
TWiP 193: A serpiginous trail 76:03 03/29/2021
TWiP 192: Towel off vigorously 61:20 02/15/2021
TWiP 191: Dickson's ocular anomaly 80:07 01/11/2021
TWiP 190: But Doc, what could it be? 94:08 12/08/2020
TWiP 189: Toe jammin' 105:19 11/07/2020
TWiP 188: Terrible tropisms 90:13 09/26/2020
TWiP 187: Granny's granuloma 76:37 08/29/2020
TWiP 186: Not rationing rationality 80:51 08/01/2020
TWiP 185: Latrinalia 63:43 07/03/2020
TWiP 184: The hunter gets captured by the game 63:55 06/06/2020
TWiP 183: When they dry they die 71:43 05/08/2020
TWiP 182: Super spreaders of science 74:53 04/11/2020
TWiP 181: Daniel's drive-through 80:33 03/14/2020
TWiP 180: A spleen palaver 81:57 02/08/2020
TWiP 179: Verminous visitors 103:07 01/11/2020
TWiP 178: The shadowlands of medicine 111:59 12/04/2019
TWiP 177: A scabrous education 89:39 11/06/2019
TWiP 176: Blood schmear 93:17 10/09/2019
TWiP 175: None alone pathognomonic 107:57 09/04/2019
TWiP 174: Fat cat 73:35 08/01/2019
TWiP 173: Rose colored spots 110:43 07/13/2019
TWiP 172: A painless lesion 103:33 06/14/2019