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Saving Dad: Stories about fathers who needed a helping hand

Saving Dad: Stories about fathers who needed a helping hand

Update: 2020-06-19
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This week we present two stories about people who sprung to action to help a dad.

Part 1: To cheer up her ailing father, Victoria Ruiz decides to smuggle a turtle into his hospital room.

Part 2: Stacey Bader Curry finally meets a nice guy -- the only catch is, he needs a liver.

Dr. Victoria Ruiz is an Assistant Professor in Biology at St. Francis College and Adjunct Assistant Professor at NYU Langone medical center. She obtained her PhD in Pathobiology from Brown University, and she completed her postdoctoral work at New York University Langone Medical Center. Her primary research focuses on the effects of environmental perturbations of microbial communities on host immunity. In addition to research, she is passionate about increasing equity and inclusion in STEM and developing new and innovative pedagogical strategies to improve learning outcomes for undergraduate students interested in pursuing STEM fields.

Stacey Bader Curry has a BA in art history and political science from Rutgers University. Naturally, she began her career by selling laboratory equipment at Weill Cornell Medical College. She now sells apartments but can still get you a good deal on a centrifuge. Stacey is also a writer and storyteller and has appeared on PBS’ Stories From the Stage, Yum’s the Word with Mo Rocca, and has won several Moth slams, including a Grand Slam. Stacey lives in Manhattan with her four children, husband, a dog named Pip, and cases of powder-free nitrile gloves.

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Saving Dad: Stories about fathers who needed a helping hand

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