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Lisa Coulthwaite
Principal Lecturer in Medical Microbiology, cat lover and proud mum. All views are my own.
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VeryBritishProblems May 19
To do list: - Sort out life - Try again tomorrow
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Jo Horne May 19
New to Twitter & wondering who in the community to follow? Here's a few ideas for you! Please note: this is not official, nor is it exhaustive/exclusive. Happy to accept additional recommendations. Enjoy networking!
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Lisa Coulthwaite May 13
Manchester Bacteriology Discussion Group talk by Professor Ray Borrow, Head of the PHE Meningococcal Reference Unit, Manchester. Tuesday 14th May 2019 “Meningococcal Disease & Safety in the Laboratory” Register attendance via…
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Ethics in Bricks May 13
"I've never met an animal I didn't like, and I can't say the same thing about people." - Doris Day (RIP)
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SfAM Microbiology May 13
The Bacterial World exhibition at Oxford’s Museum of Natural History explores how our lives have been shaped by bacteria. Personal highlight was the 28 metre E. coli, 5 million times bigger than the real bacterium!
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Lisa Coulthwaite May 13
Manchester Bacteriology Discussion Group talk by Professor Ray Borrow, Head of the PHE Meningococcal Reference Unit, Manchester. Tuesday 14th May 2019 “Meningococcal Disease & Safety in the Laboratory” Register attendance via…
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Lisa Coulthwaite May 13
The laboratory at Wythenshawe Hospital is looking for a Biomedical Scientist:
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Lab Medicine MFT May 7
Biomedical Scientists open event - next week
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Public Health England May 11
Heard ‘Victorian’ diseases are making a comeback? The reality is they never went away. Only through combined efforts of society, informed by science & public health policy, can the impact of infections, including scarlet fever be contained:
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VeryBritishProblems May 11
“Make yourself at home” - Translation: Pick a chair (as long as it’s not mine) and sit there quietly
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Lisa Coulthwaite May 9
definitely worth a read for anyone interested in becoming a Scientist
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Lisa Coulthwaite May 9
Careers open event Monday 13th May for Biomedical Scientists at Manchester NHS Foundation Trust
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Lisa Coulthwaite Apr 30
Replying to @IBMScience @MMU_HCS
We are running a ‘hospital outbreak’ live project with our students and local labs 😁🔬💊
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Lisa Coulthwaite Apr 30
Replying to @bexwhitehouse80
Fantastic well done Bex 🎉👏🏆
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Lisa Coulthwaite Apr 29
Fantastic opportunity to present your work and get a FREE day at IBMS Congress!
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Phil Race Apr 21
What a lot of good sense can be put in one Tweet. 🙂
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