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The Lancet Microbe Jan 13
The Lancet Microbe is committed to publishing content relevant to clinical worldwide, with a focus on studies that advance clinical practice, challenge the status quo, and advocate change in health policy. Register your interest now!
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The Lancet Microbe Jan 13
Welcome to The Lancet Microbe on Twitter. We are a new monthly journal publishing content relevant to clinical worldwide!
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Allyn Condon OLY 14 Jan 18
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Elearncollege Dec 26
aim to answer many important global questions by understanding . They work in many places, from labs in universities, research institutes, and industrial companies, to investigating microbes in fieldwork.
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Robert Will Aug 8
Really happy to be able to announce I have been elected the Communications Representative for the ! Thank you so much to all who voted, I'm really looking forward to working with the other amazing on the committee!
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Viren Kaul, MD 3 Jun 18
Damn! are the new Michaelangelos!
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Matt Harvey Nov 19
Do you have an understanding of the needs and frustrations of ? Are you looking to extend your network and build your experience? Consider becoming involved in the governance of .
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Azul PinoBa Oct 14
What a fantastic group of we have here 🦠🧬🧫! Thank you to the invited speaker , the organizers, and participants for a great symposium! 👏🏻👏🏻
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PVMS 18 Jan 19
It's finally here! is off to a great start 🤓🦠here's a sneak peek at the "Best Poster" and "Best Talk" Awards for later this evening 🤩
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Thomas Mock Jan 29
When plunge into the . Great feature by Vivien Marx The development of novel methods for studying ocean microbes will be crucial for improving our understanding of how global change will impact the oceans. ➡️
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Scott Chimileski, PhD 🔬 📸 🧫 Oct 21
The first “Kolter Lab Celebration” (reunion) occurred this weekend , organized by Dianne Newman & George O’Toole. Here are 60 of the ~130 who trained in Roberto Kolter’s Lab from 1983-2018, now working all over the world!
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NSF International Oct 23
NSF International is proud to have over 2,800 employees, including , , and , in 60 locations in 30 countries 😊
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Dr Benjamin Janaway 🧠 Aug 29
Quick shout out to all the keeping people, and antibiotics, alive.
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Iñigo Izal 6 Nov 17
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Jonathan Eisen Jul 20
Dear - we have a team we must route for in the
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Paul Hoskisson  🔬🧫🧬🐸🐍🦎🐢 Apr 7
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JAMS Brisbane Aug 2
Not long now until our first National Science Week event! Please join us for our August edition of to meet our panel of and hear about their research and careers. Doors open at 5:45pm, so take advantage of happy hour for networking before we begin!
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Andrea Prinzi SM(ASCP), MPH, CPH🧫🔬 Nov 24
In today's episode of "The Should Consult " 🤔 (that's a picture of Ebola Virus, Not E. Coli)
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Mona Wu Orr Dec 3
2020 Gordon Stress Response Seminar : do you have any gorgeous you’d like to see as on magazine? Let us know by Dec 4th! is looking for submissions - DM for details! 🧬🦠🧫
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IBMS #AtTheHeartOfHealthcare 23 Mar 18
To celebrate , we thought you might enjoy this pic. Did you know? Veterinary conduct tests for parasites and pathogens to ensure our furry friends stay healthy. Read about a typical day in the laboratory:
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