Teaching Disease Ecology in the Time of COVID-19

An Eastern Washington University biology professor shares his experiences teaching during the coronavirus pandemic in a new blog post for the website BioMed Central. In his blog called BugBitten, Krisztian Magori, an assistant professor of biostatistics at Eastern, reflects on his experience teaching his disease ecology class under the stay-at-home order and celebrates the perseverance and dedication of his students in successfully completing the class and five research projects.

Krisztian is a disease ecologist, interested in the complex relationships between hosts, vectors, pathogens and their biotic and abiotic environment. Click the link below to read his blog post.

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