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Bill Hanage
Associate Prof at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health and Gooner. Tweets are in a personal capacity
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Bill Hanage Feb 18
This is textbook “how to avoid being asked to review papers”
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Bill Hanage Feb 18
Replying to @baym @dr_norb and 4 others
And of course when I finished my PhD I had published nothing (1 paper would eventually emerge). Autre temps, autre moeurs i guess
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ruth massey Feb 17
Postdoc position in my lab, please share 😊
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Bill Hanage Feb 15
Roberto Kolter, and friendly tardigrade at
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Tami Lieberman Feb 15
Really enjoyed this talk today by !
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Ben Jacobs Feb 15
Speaking of facts and data, the CDC has been legally prohibited from studying gun violence since 1996
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Bill Hanage Feb 14
Well said. There is also evidence even c diff is more complicated eg
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Bill Hanage Feb 13
Replying to @MatthewJDalby
Very nice catch
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Matthew Dalby, PhD Feb 13
Faecal transplants and obesity in mice. When graphs look more impressive than they perhaps actually are.
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Robert Maguire Feb 13
During an ebola outbreak that killed 0 Americans, Trump proposed shutting down all air travel from effected countries. Now, amidst a flu season that is killing 4,000/week, Trump hasn't tweeted about the flu and is proposing a $1B cut to the CDC
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Lauren Cowley Feb 13
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Lukas V. F. Novak Feb 13
"...Epistasis may thus play an important role in both the short- and long-term adaptive evolution of bacteria and, unlike in eukaryotes, is not limited to strong effect sizes, closely linked loci, or other conditions that limit the impact of recombination."
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Bill Hanage Feb 13
Replying to @animalculum
OK :)
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Bill Hanage Feb 12
thanks John!
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Bill Hanage Feb 12
So bacteria recombine, some of them a LOT. Does this mean that they're like sexually reproducing eukaryotes when it comes to epistasis? Find out here! (spoiler - no they're not, but there's more to it than that) credit to
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Bill Hanage Feb 12
Replying to @karinlag @vscooper
I believe it should be available after the seminar. Will tweet a link - remind me if I forget!
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Marc Lipsitch Feb 10
Time after time, lab-associated exposures due to failed inactivation of pathogens. All the training, prophylaxi, monitoring, mechanical safeguards in the fanciest labs don't help if the people ultimately exposed are outside those high-containment labs
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Bill Hanage Feb 9
Replying to @karinlag @vscooper
I know that they have been in the past (see here ) but not sure now. Will investigate and let you know
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Bill Hanage Feb 9
Coming up next week in our ID epi seminar series, the one and only looking forward to it!
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Rees Kassen Feb 8
On whether bans on prescriptions could reduce the prevalence of : sometimes yes, sometimes no
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