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SUCCESs amidst the BLUR: How this Election Campaign is so different from before

SUCCESs amidst the BLUR: How this Election Campaign is so different from before

20 April 2011 by Jason Tetro

Now that we’ve reached the halfway point of the election in Canada, and witnessed two Leader’s debates, I find that there has been much said to woo Canadians to vote one way or another.  It’s been interesting to see the differing styles and content from all five Leaders and how each of them has aimed […]

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  • Jason Tetro

    Jason A. Tetro has been in the scientific community for nearly 25 years. He has worked on diagnostic technologies and has expertise in the food, water and bloodborne fields. He is currently Coordinator for the Emerging Pathogen Research Centre (EPRC) and the Centre for Research on Environmental Microbiology (CREM) both housed at the University of Ottawa. Here, he works to develop novel methods to identify and mitigate infectious disease risks. Jason is also known as the “Germ Guy” where he promotes health and hygiene in the public. He is internationally recognized as an expert in germs, their spread and how to prevent illness.