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Infectious Diseases

  • February 11, 2023

    June Almeida & The Discovery of the First Human Coronavirus

    Almeida’s contributions to the field of virology are immeasurable. Besides her discovery of the coronavirus family, she pioneered and perfected multiple techniques that have resulted in huge strides in viral imaging and diagnosis.
  • November 30, 2022

    What If We Couldn’t Diagnose Infectious Diseases?

    What If We Couldn’t Diagnose Infectious Diseases? Accompanying interview with Dr. Mark Miller, Chief Medical Officer at bioMérieux
  • November 22, 2022

    MRSA Surgical Site Infections: What You Should Know

    MRSA Surgical Site Infections: What You Should Know
  • October 31, 2022

    Early Contributors to the Science of Blood Culture

    Today, blood cultures are a commonplace in microbiology laboratories, but this was not always the case. This article highlights three scientists whose research was integral to the blood cultures that laboratory professionals now regularly perform.
  • October 15, 2022

    Data Interoperability is Critical for Modern Healthcare Systems

    Our healthcare systems generate enormous amounts of data every day. Data interoperability—the seamless flow of information from one point to another within appropriate boundaries—aims to facilitate optimal care for individuals and populations.