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Anne Rosenwald

"Students wouldn't have been able to do effective podcasts without the equipment available at Gelardin."

Anne Rosenwald is currently a professor of biology at Georgetown. She earned her PhD from the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, followed by post-docs at the Carnegie Institution of Washington and the National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute). She taught at Dickinson College for 2 years before arriving at Georgetown in 1997.

For Biology of Global Health (BIOL 194) students were tasked with creating podcasts about health disparties in the United States.


M. micronuciformis
This podcast focuses on how one bacterium, M. micronuciformis, coexists with humans while some of its closest relatives do not.
AIDS quilt in Washington DC
The AIDS epidemic is largely seen as a problem of the past or of other countries; however this podcast looks at how AIDS is currently affecting gay and bisexual black men in the U.S.
Silhouette of a pregnant woman
This podcast describes a few of the challenges expectant mothers face in our nation’s capital.