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500womenscientists Jun 25
This document presents concrete recommendations for how to incorporate inclusion and equity practices into scientific meetings, from the ground up.
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 24
Great article from on some the actions & technologies necessary to . We're proud to be a part of this fight!
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 24
Important takeaway from this paper: "precision medicine requires precision genomics." If we hope to apply to detect & treat disease, we need to recruit diverse populations into studies.
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 24
Glad you liked the talk!
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 21
Always feels good to be at the top of a list like this, but it’s even better to see all of the great innovations coming from the revolution. Looking forward to the mammoth impacts to come!
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 21
Thanks for including us!
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 21
Check out the feed and to keep up with everything going on at ASM Microbe 2019. Being a powered company, we love hearing about new research :D.
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 20
We're sorry we weren't able to make it to , but it's been great to see all the discussions about , , access, and more by following
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 20
Interesting blog post on current approaches to treating (a prevalent antibiotic resistant ). The post highlights the need for a renewed focus on detection and isolation. Perhaps can help!
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Malaria No More Jun 19
As part of we brought together many of the leading innovators & implementors to discuss the needs & challenges to . Thanks to all for the great discussion around improved data, communications, and tech to empower local health workers and communities!
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 19
diagnostics can be powerful tools in the fight to . Tonight, Mammoth CEO will receive a “10 to END” award honoring our determination to develop these tools. We’re proud to have our innovative work recognized by !
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 18
Interesting take on the need to monitor and work with microbes to deal with effectively. can help us learn more about and microbial populations in a changing world.
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 17
We're excited to see what advancements in and medicine come out of this collaboration. A better understanding of the of disease is sure to create many opportunities for !
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 17
It's always cool to see work examining interesting phenomena like these mammoth-sized bacterial cells (:P). As with the revolution, you never know where fundamental work like this will go! These giant cells could have relevance to & more!
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 14
We’re honored to be speaking at the Under 30 Summit, alongside other influential people creating innovative solutions to the world’s problems. Click here to read more about the event and see the full list of speakers:
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 13
Replying to @mammothbiosci
Now Nefeli is driven to find ways to use to provide seamless solutions to difficult problems. She says the people at Mammoth make her job here one of the best she’s ever had. We’re proud to have Nefeli on the team!
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 13
Replying to @unisouthampton
Nefeli isn’t afraid to work hard and even pipetted almost 1 million times for just one chapter of her PhD thesis ! She started her research career working with electron spin resonance spectroscopy.
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 13
In today’s post, we introduce you to Scientific Director, Maria-Nefeli Tsaloglou (). Like many on the Mammoth team, Nefeli has an international background and has been moving west throughout her (Athens>Southampton>Boston>San Francisco).
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 13
We're excited to learn more about this new initiative from our co-founder, Jennifer Doudna. Looks like combined w/ machine learning to find the best drug targets. We'll probably learn more tonight!
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Mammoth Biosciences Jun 11
Interesting article on difficulties in preparing for influenza outbreaks. New could help patients & physicians deal with outbreaks in real time. Rapid could limit disease spread & might even lower reliance on vaccines.
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