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    October 5, 2021

    Queen's In The News Tuesday, October 5, 2021

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Airton, Lee
    • Education
    Toronto Star: Kingston Frontenac Public Library organizes public event educating on gender diversity
    Dr. Airton talks about gender diversity and the evolving conversations around it.
    Amarnath Amarasingam
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    • School of Religion
    Lawfare: The Lawfare Podcast: U.S. Prosecutors Indict a Canadian ISIS Propagandist
    Dr. Amarasingam talks about the U.S. case against a Canadian who is allegedly a leading figure in ISIS.
    Oyedeji Ayonrinde
    • Health Sciences
    • School of Medicine
    • Psychiatry
    CBC Online: Unregulated cannabis not as potent as advertised, study finds
    Dr. Ayonrinde talks about how contaminants in cannabis can cause serious health problems.
    Cockfield, Arthur
    • Law
    CBC-TV: Pandora Papers: Inside the massive leak of secret offshore financial records
    Prof. Cockfield talks about the Pandora Papers leak.
    Evans, Gerald
    • School of Medicine
    • Biomedical and Molecular Sciences
    • Medicine
    • Division of Infectious Diseases
    • Pathology and Molecular Medicine
    Capital Current: Ottawa Public Health warns residents about West Nile virus after mosquito tests positive
    Dr. Evans talks about the West Nile virus in North America and its origins.
    Santiago Perez Patrigeon
    • Health Sciences
    • School of Medicine
    CBC/Radio-Canada - Toronto: Le réveil / Nouvelle-Écosse et T.-N.-L.
    Dr. Perez talks about how to differentiate between the flu and COVID-19 (7:20 a.m. and 7:45 a.m.).
    Jonathan Smallwood
    • Arts and Science
    • Psychology
    CBC Radio: All in a Day with Alan Neal
    CBC Online: Researchers study effect of COVID-19 lockdowns on people's thoughts
    Dr. Smallwood talks about how research found that participants alone in lockdowns turned their minds to other less, and when they were able to socialize, they thought about other humans more frequently than pre-pandemic.

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