Marina’s Gallery Marina with Yulisha. The school, El Santiago de el Cedral, was visited for sampling. Cedral is endemic for intestinal parasites. Trichuris trichiura egg. Ruben (Professor at University of Salta) and Paola (PhD student at University of Salta) heading out to collect samples from the field. Ruben distributing collection containers. Rojelio (MD/researcher from Baylor College) fishing out eggs. Nico (technician at the Tropical Medicine Clinic) and Paola in Orán. Nico and Maria (student at the Tropical Medicine Clinic) in Orán. Marisa (nurse at the Tropical Medicine Clinic) distributing containers for stool samples to 2nd grade children. Marina fishing out eggs. School kitchen in Cedral, Orán. Hookworm larva. Hookworm transparent eggs. Hymenolepis nana, an enigmatic intestinal parasite. We didn't look only at helminths....Protoza were present as well The Harada Mori culturing technique for recovering nematode larvae. Children in Cedral, Orán. Containers for collecting stool samples at the elementary school. Gauchito Gil - Argentina's cowboy saint. Typical yard in Cedral, Orán. Typical housing in Cedral. Flying over Tucumán. Breathtaking landscape! Enjoying the field trips. In the jungle the mighty jungle (Orán.) Buenos Aires. STEAKS! The fun part of Argentina. El monumental. Alejandro (director of Tropical Medicine Clinic), Ruben, Rojelio, Marina and Paola. Steak and wine in Salta, Argentina. Cutlural burst in Salta, Argentina. Obelisco. Blue hour in Buenos Aires.