What It’s Like Working In An Infectious Disease Laboratory

Summer 2013

Soon after graduating from Regis University, I had visions of a large office space, one that I was going to occupy at least five days per week. There’d be a wide oak wooden desk and a plush black chair for me to sit in, and a window tucked into a beige wall offering a view of Colorado’s snow-capped mountains.

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I am a teacher, essay writer, survivor, foodie, and politically obsessed progressive. ep2ihenetu@gmail.com

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Eze Ihenetu

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I am a teacher, essay writer, survivor, foodie, and politically obsessed progressive. ep2ihenetu@gmail.com

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