"It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop"
PhD holder in Virology from the research group of Prof. J. Neyts at the Rega Institute in Belgium. The research group is a world authority on the development of novel therapeutic strategies for the treatment of RNA virus infections. Currently, I have founded a small self-funded company which focuses on creating cartoons for kids as from Virology and other up-to-date medical topics.
Ciao Alex! Many thanks for the very supportive comment! We can share the experience, of course, as this ongoing project would be "The First-Ever Comics Miniseries about Viral Diseases"! Students at the age of 11+ will find the Virology no longer complicated material to study. All love comics: a right way to convey my message. I have just completed the Volume-1 about vaccines, and I am heading to start with Volume-2: Ebola virus. However, without a fund or a sponsorship, such a self-supported project might be "aborted". I hope no...
Ciao Rami! Thanks for your comment. Very much appreciated! Yes, the Virology in Comics aims at converting such an non-appealing study material into easy, enjoyable and INFORMATIVE topic/reference. My Comics is proposed to reach out public everywhere: "students" and "parents". We go slowly, maybe very slowly, as the miniseries has been done so far on my own budget (self-support). It needs a hand from (an) organization(s) to convey the message more effectively and widely. This means, I will be very glad to receive interest and support from any who believes in this project. Please do not hesitate to contact me for any further suggestions/recommendations at firstname.lastname@example.org Grazie!