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About the Instructor Lee Woolley
Born in 1952, in a sleepy Colorado agricultural college town, Lee was fascinated with how things worked, and especially how to create new mixtures with his chemistry set. After the family fence was used for target practice from his newly created cannon, Lee decided to move on to more valuable, and less dangerous experiments. Yet, life still presented a few bumps. His father, a professor a Colorado State University, was somewhat embarrassed when Lee failed English in his first semester of college–but that is behind Lee now. (Several years and a few editors later, can do wonders!) His father a zoologist, who gave Lee his inner gift of research, which had paved the way writing the first textbook ever published in the field of Acarology entitled: Acarology-Mites and Human Welfare, was a great addition to fueling the fire of learning for Lee.
“A fascinating overview of the complexity of the human consciousness and its influence on health and illness” – Richard Gerber, M.D.
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