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Daniel K. Riskin

Guest Scientist, Bat Biologist and Animal Planet Host

Earth , Inc.

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4700 Walnut Street

Boulder, Colorado,80301

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Host

Discovery Education Inc


Evolutionary Biologist and A World-Renowned Expert On the Only Mammalian Parasites

University of Alberta


Webmaster

North American Society for Bat Research


Assistant Professor In the Department of Biology

City University of New York


Researcher

Cornell University


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Archive | Extras | How On Earth

howonearthradio.org [cached]

In our feature interview, our guest scientist, bat biologist and Animal Planet host Dan Riskin, challenges us to reconsider-humorously, disgustingly, creepily, scarily-our perceptions of nature.
Dan got me thinking-a good thing-and I think he'll get you thinking too! Listen to my interview with Dan Riskin:


How On Earth | Author Archives

howonearthradio.org [cached]

In our feature interview, our guest scientist, bat biologist and Animal Planet host Dan Riskin, challenges us to reconsider-humorously, disgustingly, creepily, scarily-our perceptions of nature.
Dan got me thinking-a good thing-and I think he'll get you thinking too! Listen to my interview with Dan Riskin:


About Monsters Inside Me | Monsters Inside Me | Animal Planet

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"In North America, parasitic infections are somewhat rare; regardless, they can happen to anyone," says biologist/zoologist Dan Riskin, host of MONSTERS INSIDE ME. "Parasites are in the food we eat, in the water we swim and on the ground we walk," continues Riskin.
"They are lurking in the shadows, waiting for just the right moment to take a host." You can follow Dan Riskin on Twitter -- @riskindan.


www.doctoroz.com

Evolutionary biologist Dan Riskin explains how this parasite got its name and how you can get Chagas disease from it.
Dan Riskin, biologist and host of Monsters Inside Me, joins Dr. Oz to talk about common parasites, including intestinal worms and toxoplasma. As the host of Animal Planet's Monsters Inside Me, Dan Riskin has heard many gross stories about parasites but find out which one really unnerved him! Evolutionary biologist Dan Riskin explains how this parasite got its name and how you can get Chagas disease from it. Then, Dr. Oz shares how to recognize the symptoms of a parasitic infection. Guests: Dan Riskin , Shay Butler , Gavin Butler , Brandy , Jade Alexis


Our People - Undergraduate Admissions - University of Alberta

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DANIEL RISKIN
Daniel Riskin is an award-winning evolutionary biologist and a world-renowned expert on the only mammalian parasites in the world-blood-sucking vampire bats. Riskin's unique interests, combined with his ability to successfully translate science into something compelling and fun, led to hosting roles on the History Channel's Evolve and the Discovery Channel's Monsters Inside Me. Today, Riskin's explanations of complex scientific concepts can be seen on Discovery Channel's Daily Planet and Curiosity: The Questions of Life.


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