I was color coding my flashcards depending on whether they were bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. I used up my green "bacteria pen." Twice.
One of our labs involved running an ELISA (a test that can detect antibodies) on serum from our own animals, to determine if they were allergic to anything. I got to draw blood from my own dog, which was pretty cool.
Pathogen Bowl: Supposed to make learning pathogens fun, what it actually did was force us all to watch one person with a photographic memory answer every question almost before it was finished being asked. Not fun.
The cells of the immune system make great Halloween costumes: meet the Sexy B-Cell.
Puppy pile: the best way to de-stress from Block 4.
So, with Block 4 safely out of the way and successfully repressed in my memory, I hope to write more this semester!