In this provocative TEDxChapmanU talk, Frank challenges the notion that the use of steroids in the athletic world should be condemned and actually suggests we celebrate the way steroids allow the human body to function at its fullest potential. Frank explains how steroids are a natural drug, can be controlled, and can be compared to “steroids” found within the human body.
Frank Frisch is Professor of Biological Sciences and Scientific Director of the STAR (Science Teaching and Research) Institute at Chapman University. Dr. Frisch has worked in various capacities with Orange County schools and science teachers since 1982. His area of scientific expertise is in comparative anatomy and physiology, and will work with Project SMART teachers on life science, mathematics, and technology. Dr. Frisch has been featured by the National Geographic channel as a science commentator for such shows as The Science of Superman and SpiderMan Tech.
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