Congratulions to postdoctoral fellow, KP Smith, for being selected for the Paul E Strandjord Young Investigator Award
KP's abstract was selected for the Paul E Strandjord Young Investigator Award from the Academy of Clinical Laboratory Physicians and Scientists (ACLPS). He will be given an oral presentation at the ACLPS annual meeting this coming June. ACLPS is the organization that represents and promotes the discipline of academic clinical pathologists. Congratulations KP!
ASM has reorganized their website. Their blogs are now impossible to find, They are now organized under author pages. Blogs from current and former research and/or clinical fellows:
KP Smith's blogs can be found at: www.asm.org/Biographies/Kenneth-(K-P-)-Smith
Rose Lee's blogs can be found at: www.asm.org/Biographies/Rose-Lee
Thea Brennan-Krohn's blogs can be found at: www.asm.org/Biographies/Thea-Brennan-Krohn
Jennifer Tsang's blogs can be found at: www.asm.org/Biographies/Jennifer-Tsang
We will be describing our MAST platform for rapid AST diagnostics along with several longitude prize contenders at BU Law School followed by question and answer period. Tomorrow. Looking forward to feedback. Will be attending along with colleague, Ramy Arnaout from our extended rapid AST research group.
Great week for graduate school/medical school admissions (congratulations to Liam Friar and Matthew Ware)
Congratulations to Matt on admission to medical school and Liam for admission to graduate school!!!
Notice of award to collaboratively explore structure-function of a long ignored natural product. Updates soon! Multi-PI grants are fun!
Notice of award to collaboratively explore structure-function of a long forgotten natural product. Updates soon! Multi-PI grants are fun!
Working with Harvard Business School and Harvard School of Public Health students to develop a business plan for rapid diagnostic technologies being develop in the research laboratory. More information about the course at: https://lish.harvard.edu/lab-market.
Congratulations to Kate Zulauf for Peggy Carter Travel Award to attend the ASM Microbe Meeting in San Francisco, CA!
The ASM Peggy Cotter Travel Award Program provides funds for early career branch members, in this case, the ASM Northeast Branch, to attend the ASM Microbe Meeting, to be held this year in San Francisco, CA. Kate will be presented her work on a small molecule screen to evict CRE resistance plasmids.
"New Treatment Options against Carbapenem-Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii Infections" cites our preclinical studies on apramycin
"New Treatment Options against Carbapenem-Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii Infections" cites our murine apramycin PK/PD studies and activity spectrum studies against "CRAB.".
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