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Jason Tetro is a microbiologist with over 25 years’ experience in research, funded by national and international agencies and has numerous peer-reviewed publications, chapters, reports and other knowledge translation activities. In public, Jason is better known as The Germ Guy™. In 2007, he ventured out of the lab and into the media studio doing a Question and Answer news segment on the Canadian Television Network as The Germ Guy. He has since written for national and international newspapers and magazines including The Toronto Star and Scientific American. He currently writes for The Huffington Post Canada and is a freelance contributor for other national and international media outlets. His new book, The Germ Code (Random House/Doubleday Canada) is available in Fall 2013. This trade paperback will build a foundation for our at times fraught relationship with germs and how we can live in co-existence rather than war and fear.
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Has the H1N1 virus got you in a panic?
Do you have pressing questions about H1N1?
Do you have concerns that you'd like to be put at ease for regarding H1N1?
Microbiologist, Jason Tetro will be talking all about the H1N1 Virus and why we don't need to panic or fear the vaccine.
We will open the phone lines and Jason will answer YOUR questions and concerns about this virus.
This is your chance to get your questions about the H1N1 virus answered by an expert.
Jason is adamant that the public NOT panic about this Virus and this is going to be a very positive and powerful evening.
Jason A. Tetro has been in the scientific community for over 20 years. He has worked on diagnostic technologies and developed expertise in the food, water and bloodborne fields.
After various stints in industry and the government, he returned to research at the Centre for Research on Environmental Microbiology, where he currently acts as a Specialist in Technology Design.
At the Centre for Research on Environmental Microbiology, he works to develop novel methods to identify and mitigate infectious disease risks.
He has over 20 publications and ruffled more than a few feathers with articles in peer-reviewed journals on such topics as SARS and avian flu, book chapters, position papers for reports and newspaper columns. He also has regular appearances on a local Ottawa television station where he discusses microbiology with the public.
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In honor of director Francis Ford Coppola's 72nd birthday on April 7, host Robin Milling revisits her 2009 conversation with the famous film maker, when he released the film Tetro.
Seventy-two is a special number for Coppola who released his masterpiece The Godfather in 1972. Robin talks with him about how he came to make the Oscar winner. The Coppola patriarch discusses the importance of family whose extended clan has created it's own legacy in show business.
The Godfather director Francis Ford Coppola joins the Movie Geeks to discuss his new film Tetro, starring Vincent Gallo, which opens June 11. To read more about the movie, click here.
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