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Meet the Microbiologist

Meet the Microbiologist is a podcast that showcases the people behind the scientific discoveries. Each guest introduces their research in one of the cutting-edge areas of the microbial sciences: genomics, antibiotic resistance, synthetic biology, emerging infectious diseases, microbial ecology, public health, probiotics, and more! You no longer have to suffer in silence: learn about epidemiology as you run errands, explore drug discovery as you drive home, delve into microbial genomics at the gym. Each guest discusses their scientific discoveries and where future technologies may lead. Meet the Microbiologist, hosted by Julie Wolf, was previously titled Meet the Scientist, hosted by Merry Buckley and Carl Zimmer.

Veterinarian and epidemiologist Matthew Muturi tells how a Rift Valley Fever outbreak led to implementation of One Health-based policies.

Using comparative bacterial genomics to find DNA sequences that influence virulence or antibiotic resistance.

Developing mycobacterial genetic tools and using them to discover ways to shorten TB treatment.

Ilaria Capua talks about running an internationally renowned animal influenza lab, and her time spent in the Italian Parliament. 

Vaughn Cooper tells us what bacterial biofilms are, why biofilms differ from test tube environments, and how long-term evolution experiments combined with population genomics are teaching us how bacteria really work.

Researcher and ASM Treasurer Marylynn Yates discusses how the urban water cycle and its importance in eliminating waterborne pathogens.

What is it like to treat Ebola patients while the nation watches? Colleen Kraft talks about treating the Americans who were evacuated from west Africa during the Ebola epidemic.

Thursday, 04 January 2018 06:00

Biological sex and influenza with Sabra Klein - MTM 73

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How does biological sex influence influenza infection and vaccination?

Jennifer Martiny describes the incredible microbial biodiversity of natural ecosystems such as soils and waterways.

Peter Hotez talks about neglected tropical diseases: what are they, where are they found, and where did the term “neglected tropical disease” come from, anyway?

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