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Discussions with researchers in the field of infectious diseases. microTalk is hosted by Karl Klose and colleagues from the South Texas Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases (STCEID).

How V. fischeri can count how many friends are around them through quorum sensing and how they can specifically colonize squid.

The evidence that the gut microbiome influences Parkinson’s Disease, implications of this research for the diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson’s Disease, and the involvement of the microbiome in other neurological conditions.

Students at Southside High School (San Antonio) sent a microbiology experiment up to the International Space Station (ISS).

Dr. Jabra-Rizk talks about fungal-bacterial coinfections, the difficulty of effectively treating polymicrobial infections, and how she asked for her first microscope at the age of 13.

Dr. Norris discusses everything you ever wanted to know about Lyme disease, including how people get the disease, the prospect for vaccines and eradication, the difficulty of working with this and other spirochetes in the lab, and his hobby of paleontology.

Dr. Alspaugh discusses fungal infections and the development of treatments and cures, his involvement in training mycologists at Woods Hole in Massachusetts, and how physician-patient interaction influences the research in his laboratory. 

Tuesday, 13 February 2018 14:08

Allan Hall Distills Down the Art of Fermentation

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The history of brewing and fermentation, the challenges of being an independent craft brewery, the science behind distilling whiskey, and beer brewing around the world

Monday, 29 January 2018 18:57

Ticks and Sandflies Suck!

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Controlling vector-borne disease by vaccines that target pathogen transmission, and the impact of global warming on vector-borne disease.

The promise of stem cell research in treating various diseases, including cancers and degenerative diseases, and the challenges of developing technologies that can be affordable and useful for everyone.

What it’s like to work in a BSL4 laboratory, what is the outlook for an effective ebola vaccine, and how to work with ebola-infected fruit bats in a BSL4 lab.

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