Thanks to Najeeb for highlighting the article (https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-02218-x) - this is an important topic.
I am reminded of when I was teaching immunology to overseas Masters' students. Understanding the difference between mouse and rat was essential - but (pre widespread use of the internet) I would despair at how to explain this difference to students that insisted they were the same creature!
HIFA profile: Julie N Reza is a UK-based specialist in communications for biosciences, global health & international development (www.globalbiomedia.co.uk). She predominantly works with NGOs and not-for-profit organisations. Previously she was the senior science editor at TDR, based at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva; prior to this she worked at the Wellcome Trust, UK, leading educational projects on international health topics including trypanosomiasis and trachoma. She has a PhD in immunology and a specialist degree in science communication. She also has several years research and postgraduate teaching experience. She is a member of the HIFA Steering Group and HIFA Social Media Working Group. www.hifa.org/people/steering-group
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