Respect & Dignity
Mission: The Circus of Scientific Curiosity believes that everyone should be treated with respect and dignity; even when they don't deserve it.
You Are Welcome Here, Until You Are Not
Vision: The Circus of Scientific Curiosity wants to be the premier source of scientific entertainment, education, and communication. Our goal is to become a studio for creativity and a salon for creative thought and progressive debates. You are always welcome here, until you are not.
Hi! It's Pax Your Favorite Field Epidemiologist
Hi I'm Pax and I am the owner and sole operator of the Circus of Scientific Curiosity. I am excited to build this brand for each of us to enjoy.
I have always felt odd, awkward, and out of place in the world. So I created a place where all of us could leverage this feeling and become stronger together and as such I bring with me myself and a few hundred thousand friends. Together we will start a movement.
Please reach out through the email here and I will get back to you.
EPI AFTER DARK
Join Snack Pax, The Master of Ceremonies, and Curious Wanderer and they navigate the Menagerie of Mayhem
COMING SUMMER 2022:
The Circus of Scientific Curiosity will be launching a series of education programs.
This site or the community in general will neve cost you a dime. This community page and the podcase will remain free. However, tips are appreciated.
COMING SUMMER 2022:
I will be offering a wide range of public health consulting services.
Who am I
I was born in Greenwich, CT and grew up in nearby New Canaan, CT where I attended St. Luke's School until I graduated in 2004. I attended New York University and earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and went the Columbia Mailman School of Public Health where I earned a Master of Public Health in Environmental Health Science with a concentration in Molecular Epidemiology. I spent two years in Thailand with the World Health Organization in their Field Epidemiology Training Program and then completed a fellowship in HIV at the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Public Health.