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Josh Wolf
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Josh Wolf 11h
Amazing opportunity to do groundbreaking work with a great PI... Share it with your grad students!!!!
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Josh Wolf 12h
So "This reviewer is obviously biased, and even if they weren't they'd still be an idiot..." won't cut it at ?
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Josh Wolf Jan 27
These central lines are trouble!
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Josh Wolf Jan 27
Replying to @onisillos
I have written it on a post-it note and stuck it on a computer. I will refer to it whenever I'm considering whether to offer advice...
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Josh Wolf Jan 27
Replying to @babbymd
She is going to love that story when she grows up!!!!
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Florent Malard Jan 23
Establishing or Exaggerating Causality for the Gut Microbiome: Lessons from Human Microbiota-Associated Rodents: Cell
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Josh Wolf Jan 23
This is the take home point, folks. Blood PCR isn’t going to answer your question - you gotta get to the tissue...
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Josh Wolf Jan 19
The Princess Bride through new eyes!!!
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Josh Wolf Jan 17
Great work that helps us think about how bacteria evolve in the face of different pressures!!!
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Josh Wolf Jan 17
Follow this thread for a great story about (eventually) coming through for a mom who found that the black travel Barbie had a lot less travel accessories!!!
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Josh Wolf Jan 17
Great analysis of a new randomized trial showing no benefit from Vitamin C or thiamine in severe sepsis... sad to see, but good to know.
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Dr. Todd Wolynn Jan 16
My follow up TikTok to my current viral TikTok posted 2d ago. Imagine reaching & educating outside the examine room on a scale that reaches thousands... to millions! We Healthcare Providers, Child Advocates, Scientists need to develop our virtual voices!
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Karius, Inc. Jan 15
Publication by Dr. Jose Camargo et al, , on their experience using the Karius Test in the evaluation of immunocompromised patients, particularly with febrile illness or documented invasive infections.
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Josh Wolf Jan 15
Especially if the test is not accompanied by ID consultation!!!
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Josh Wolf Jan 15
Very proud to have our work noted by Dr. Montoya!
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Karius, Inc. Dec 26
This study is a first step towards building evidence for predicting and preemptively treating infections before onset in this high-risk patient population using the Karius Test.
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Josh Wolf Jan 15
Thanks for profiling this work. We are very proud and excited for the next steps! Incredible contribution from our 3rd year Peds ID fellow, Dr. Katy Goggin.
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NatureRevClinOncol Jan 8
In immunocompromised paediatric patients with cancer and imminent bloodstream infection, mcfDNA-seq can reveal the clinically relevant pathogens days before onset of attributable symptoms:
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Christiaan Rees Jan 11
Microbial cell-free sequencing to bloodstream infections in patients before onset of symptoms.
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Josh Wolf Jan 14
I suspect that implementation studies like this are very important. We need to ensure that metagenomic testing comes with an automatic ID consult - we might change management more.
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