Stefano Bertuzzi

Stefano Bertuzzi

A new national opinion survey shows American attitudes toward public health, vaccines and preparedness for epidemics

Go see the Smithsonian exhibit “Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World,” which reminds us of the relationships encompassed in the One Health concept

The President's budget, by slashing science investments, will consequently hinder evidence-based policy making

From its beginnings, modern science has been international. Global collaboration enhances biomedical science, and clinical trials and genetic research today rely on international cooperation.

Given the enormous uncertainty and the long trek from discovery to commercial payback, relying on the private sector to carry the lion’s share of funding for basic research would bring discovery to a grinding halt

Thursday, 22 December 2016 10:16

My First Year at the Wheel: Reflections on ASM

Perhaps with more enthusiasm than originality, I feel compelled at the end of the year to look back on what has happened in my life.  The compulsion is even stronger this December, since the end of the calendar year coincides with my first year at the helm of ASM as its CEO. 

Microbiologists will soon be able to take advantage of a new publishing track that ASM is launching. Coming in the new year to all microbiology labs of the world and to ASM’s 50,000 members, it is my pleasure to announce mSphereDirect!

Wednesday, 30 November 2016 16:44

World AIDS Day 2016

World AIDS Day 2016 gives us an opportunity to reflect on what progress has been made, and on what work still must be done

Friday, 18 November 2016 09:52

Advancing Antibiotic Discovery

The value of sharing information



Tuesday, 08 November 2016 10:55

ABRCMS 2016: Promoting Diversity in Science

As I get ready to attend this year's ABRCMS meeting, I reflect on the issues involved in promoting diversity

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