Steve Muhi is a medical doctor who is two years from qualifying as a specialist in Infectious Diseases. He has a long background in science, firstly completing a Bachelor of Space Science and a Bachelor of Medical Science at La Trobe University. He went on to complete a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at Deakin, followed by a Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in Northern Queensland. He is currently completing a Masters of Clinical Education at the University of Melbourne.
“Existing at a point where science meets storytelling, Laborastory is a night of five scientists telling stories about personal heroes from their field.
Sometimes serious but often funny, this different take on storytelling will switch on your scientific brain and you might even learn something!"
”The Laborastory is great for two main reasons. Firstly, there's nothing quite like listening to someone talk about something they deeply understand - and who understands science better than scientists? Secondly, most of history's greatest scientists were batshit insane, so the stories about them are always top-notch."
”So much fun! It should be required post-grad/doc/prof experience!"
— Dr Colin Hales
“As for the storytelling itself, for the most part it was roll-on-the-floor funny. These guys and gals were naturals. Or, perhaps, they have inhaled, imbibed or injected so many weird chemicals that they are actually cracked. Either way, it was a great night."
— Bait for Bookworms