Zombies go academic as Kent State University professor explains how infectious diseases spread
From Jan. 19
: A zombie apocalypse is unlikely, but the living dead are being studied in relation to "real-world" infectious diseases. One proponent is Tara Smith, a microbiologist and infectious disease epidemiologist at Kent State University, who has gained notoriety around the world for embracing zombies as a way to explain infections. A zombie is an undead reanimated biological entity, which either dies and comes back to life or has a virus that causes a rage and need to bite people, she said.
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