Lab Culture Ep. 18: Alaska state virology lab — Freezing temps, wild animals, and extremely dedicated staff

Lab Culture Ep. 18: Alaska state virology lab — Freezing temps, wild animals, and extremely dedicated staff

Every area of our country is unique in ways that make public health laboratory work vary from one state or locality to another. But just as Alaska is different from the lower-48 states in most ways, their public health lab’s work is too. Have you ever considered all the ways it might be different to work in the Alaska state lab in Fairbanks? This episode of Lab Culture reveals some of the many ways in which working in Alaska is unlike anywhere else.

Listen here, in iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts.


Jayme Parker
Manager, Virology Unit, Alaska State Public Health Laboratory (Fairbanks)

Nisha Fowler
Microbiologist, Alaska State Public Health Laboratory (Fairbanks)

Links:

Virology Unit of the Alaska State Public Health Laboratory

Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities — FAQs

Alaska’s permafrost/ice lenses

 

 

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