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This Week in Microbiology

As a science Professor at Columbia University, Racaniello has spent his academic career directing a research laboratory focused on viruses. His enthusiasm for teaching inspired him to reach beyond the classroom using new media. TWiM is for everyone who wants to learn about the science of microbiology in a casual way.

While there are no exams or pop quizzes, TWiM does encourage interaction with the audience via comments on specific episodes (below), vial email and voicemail at 908-312-0760. Listeners can also use MicrobeWorld to suggest topics for the show by submitting articles or papers to the site and tagging them with "TWiM". Each week Racaniello will view the tagged content and select items for discussion.

TWiM co-hosts include Elio SchaechterMichael Schmidt, and Michele Swanson.

Music used on TWiM is composed and performed by Ronald Jenkees and used with permission.

The use of microbial genome mining to identify new drugs, and how a bacterial symbiont protects flies against parasitoid wasps.

Wednesday, 28 June 2017 17:11

Living in the stomach of a cell - TWiM 155

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Updates on Legionella in the Flint water supply, and how horizontally acquired biosynthesis genes boost the physiology of Coxiella burnetii.

Wednesday, 14 June 2017 18:00

Rigor, lotteries, and moonshots - TWiM 154

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TWiM speaks with Arturo Casadevall about his thoughts on the pathogenic potential of a microbe, rigorous science, funding by lottery, and moonshot science.

Tuesday, 30 May 2017 14:35

Covert pathogenesis - TWiM 153

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Analysis of type VI secretion across human gut microbiomes and insight into urinary tract infection: how bladder exposure to a member of the vaginal microbiota triggers E. coli egress from latent reservoirs.

Wednesday, 17 May 2017 20:02

Wooden steps - TWiM 152

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The bacteria that allow a giant shipworm to oxidize sulfur, and algae that live within salamander cells.

Thursday, 04 May 2017 16:14

Bat and moth antimicrobials - TWiM 151

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Potential new sources of antimicrobial compounds from unusual places: the skin of bats and the intestines of moths.

Thursday, 20 April 2017 19:42

Microbiology is where it’s at - TWiM 150

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In recognition of National Medical Laboratory Professionals Week, Robin Patel speaks with the TWiM team about directing a clinical bacteriology laboratory, and how an observation made by a laboratory technologist lead to the finding that Ureaplasma species can cause a system metabolic disturbance, hyperammonemia.

Thursday, 06 April 2017 15:11

You’re going to learn R - TWiM 149

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TWiM speaks with Pat Schloss about assigning sequence data to operational taxonomic units, and his experience with mSphere Direct, a new way of submitting papers for publication.

Thursday, 23 March 2017 17:04

Neanderthal Dentistry - TWiM 148

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Vincent, Elio, and Michael reveal what Neanderthals ate from analysis of DNA in their teeth, and new CRISPR-Cas systems found in the genomes of uncultured microbes.

Thursday, 09 March 2017 17:46

The Public Goods Dilemma - TWiM 147

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Why phosphorus is essential for fungal brain disease, and how bacteria kill local competitors to favor the evolution of public goods cooperation.

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