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a specialist in microbiology

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These writers are past presidents of ASM and microbiologists from academic institutions around the world.
respondents whose labs had a doctoral-level microbiologist director said they had not been involved in Ebola preparedness at their health system.
Officials also say that dirty flood water poses a risk to people's health - something confirmed by test results on waters in Moorlands, Somerset, obtained by microbiologists from the University of Reading.
(1-3) Clinical microbiologists are the first line defense within national hospitals and reference laboratories against these emerging pathogens.
As a clinical microbiologist in a healthcare setting, you would aim to identify diseases and protect the community from the spread of infection.
Working in the NHS a trainee microbiologist receives between pounds 9,726 and pounds 10,782 a ye a r.
Labour leader Eamon Gilmore said: "We knew St Colmcille's wanted a microbiologist for at least three years but the HSE put this on the long finger.
On October 25, a microbiologist aged 61 years (microbiologist B), who worked at the same Minnesota clinical laboratory that received microbiologist A's isolate, had onset of low-grade fever, fatigue, and night sweats.
A senior microbiologist in Birmingham has pioneered a system for diagnosing a deadly new superbug, a TV programme is expected to claim tonight.
By harnessing bacteria that "breathe" uranium the way animals breathe oxygen, Florida State University microbiologist Joel Kostka is working to solidify liquid uranium waste under a 243-acre site adjacent to Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Beuchat, a food microbiologist at the University of Georgia in Griffin.
recently announced the addition of microbiologist Sergey Gazenko to the company's hydrogen generation technologies team.
Eligibility requirements for a Registered Microbiologist (1) include a Bachelor's degree (BS/BA) with 20 semester hours of microbiology-relevant courses and one year of full-time work experience or 12 semester hours of relevant courses and seven years full-time work experience.
Scott Kelley, a microbiologist from San Diego State University, and colleagues scraped the soap scum from four shower curtains.
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