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Kate Lesciotto
Teacher of anatomy. Fanatic of March Mammal Madness. Student of Biological Anthropology. Giant nerd. She/Her.
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Kate Lesciotto Jun 25
I always felt that my genetics/biology education has been lacking something :) Future students beware my attempts to sing!
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Kate Lesciotto Jun 25
Replying to @DrKirtyBrown
Congratulations!!!
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Kate Lesciotto Jun 25
Got my teaching evaluations from my 6 wk summer anatomy course.... The students did the hard work, but the credit they give me for helping them learn makes every late night of lecture prep totally worth it!
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Kate Lesciotto Jun 24
Bookmarking this for next year’s anatomy class ... *snort laughing as I practice saying it*
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Kate Lesciotto Jun 24
Replying to @theawkwardyeti
My students endured a difficult course, daily cartoons, and oodles of my super-awesome/terrible puns. 1 was kind enough to give me a Heart plushie and a tear-jerker of a card. Can't wait to teach again!! ... but first, a nap :) 2/2
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Kate Lesciotto Jun 24
6 wks ago I began teaching for the first time as an "instructor" rather than a TA. Class ended today. I've learned so much about the kind of educator that I hope to become post-PhD - in no small part to my amazing group of students. 1/2
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Kate Lesciotto Jun 21
Replying to @ScientistaMaggs
Raisin?
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Frank Gaillard Jun 20
Some images are striking. Giant scalp arteriovenous malformation. Thank you Dr Ayaz Hidayatov for sharing.
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Kate Lesciotto Jun 20
Replying to @KristaRompolski
Haven't met you IRL (yet!), but you are one of my favorite twitter peeps - my students this summer have enjoyed many of the tidbits that I've learned from your tweets! You got this!!
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Lauren Brent Jun 19
POSTDOC ALERT!! I will soon be advertising a 2-year postdoc position to work on social networks and aging in a highly social primate. Based in Exeter, fieldwork in Puerto Rico, joint project with labs of and . DM me for details if interested and Pls RT!
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Kate Lesciotto Jun 19
Replying to @GbuckTeo
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Kate Lesciotto Jun 17
I have found my vigilante calling in life. Are they currently accepting new members?
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Surgeons' Hall Museums Jun 17
This huge kidney stone has taken the shape of the pelvis and calyces of the kidney from whence it came, effectively forming a cast of the spaces inside the kidney. Kidney stones like this are known as staghorn calculi.
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Kate Lesciotto Jun 14
I found it in the main AAA site - under the Resources tab, go to Anatomy Connected, and then under the Communities tab, scroll down to Women in Anatomy.
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Shaun Keegan Jun 14
Parasites can be memeable too ...
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The Arch and Anth Podcast Jun 14
Replying to @TinaLasisi
If listeners want to learn more about human hair anatomy and growth, hair color and the broader discipline of … … blog posts on ’s website are well worth a read too! 💻
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jada crow ♿︎🌈 ✨ Jun 13
A thread. I believe any abled people reading this should consider asking all of the folks waiting in line if anyone is specifically waiting for the accessible stall before considering using it.
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Kate Lesciotto Jun 13
Wow - and this is just in time to add to my nervous system lecture on dermatomes next week! Thanks!!
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Michael Hortsch Jun 11
A big day for the ! 🔬 Today we signed up our 1000th user. The user pool represents 78 different countries and has access to >3300 virtual & image files. If you are an educator or researcher, become a VMD user at
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Kate Lesciotto Jun 9
Replying to @GbuckTeo @Ologies and 3 others
Well I don’t think we can bring to campus, but we are working on bringing (squid biologist from the teuthology episode and SciComm extraordinaire) to campus in the fall!
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