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Michelle Johnston
Emergency Physician. Not infrequently covered in blood (someone else's). Sees poetry in pathology (). Purveyor of odd fiction. Inamorata of
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Michelle Johnston 1h
:-) Frogs in wells have a great deal of princely charm, so do not sell yourself short. (But beware the slowly boiling water!)
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Michelle Johnston 2h
But complex resuscitation situations have taught me the value of insatiable curiosity in learning, and embracing my own discomfort :-)
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Michelle Johnston 2h
I've never found it simple. And the more I learn, the less I'm sure of. Plus with experience the goalposts simply change.
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Michelle Johnston 2h
It's beautiful :-)
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Michelle Johnston Apr 22
Yes - but ? too young to rule
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Michelle Johnston Apr 22
Replying to @EMtraveller
We may have bitten off more than we can chew here - will it be a vote, or a war between cells? We sort of need them to work together.
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Michelle Johnston Apr 22
Replying to @DrEricLevi
ooh yes - you're going the waving artistic option.
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Michelle Johnston Apr 22
:-) good point. This whole voting system has got a little complex.
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Michelle Johnston Apr 22
Replying to @EMtraveller
you have a point, but are they just relying on their fancy name? Head to head, my guys are producing a lot more policy, more substance.
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Michelle Johnston Apr 22
Replying to @fractillian
oh, just the usual. Shear stress, cholesterol, hypertension, too much fluid, general wear and tear. Quick to anger, but also forgive.
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Dr Krystal Evans Apr 21
So proud to be part of the diverse community celebrating & supporting science today
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Michelle Johnston Apr 22
Replying to @fractillian
Ah yes, but these are entirely masterful and altogether benevolent (except when angered)
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Michelle Johnston Apr 21
Replying to @RazaSN
And platelets! Man, these guys are seriously hard-working.
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Michelle Johnston Apr 21
Replying to @Eleytherius
Far from being an inert 'layer of nucleated cellophane', it is quietly secreting a gazillion molecules, controlling, pretty much, everything
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Michelle Johnston Apr 21
If I had to vote (although I'm not sure I'll ever be asked) I would punt for the endothelial cell as being the coolest cell in the body.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson Apr 21
Show me a Nation with a science-hostile government, and I'll show you a society with failing health, wealth, & security.
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Michelle Johnston Apr 21
I'm so very happy to discover that the collective noun for bakers is a tabernacle. A tabernacle of bakers.
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Michelle Johnston Apr 21
gorgeous!
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Michelle Johnston Apr 21
Replying to @coopesdetat
A little dram more, find a nice sofa, and read this story: Then you will have a moment of unexpected pleasure.
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Michelle Johnston Apr 21
and, I should add, we struggle with ourselves just as much. It's not always external pressures.
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