We looked inside some of the tweets by @KlingstromLab and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Women are underrepresented in the infectious diseases research community and as senior clinicians. The problem is not entirely in the numbers @TheLancetInfDis Paper discussed during the publishing research session. https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laninf/article/PIIS1473-3099(19)30072-6/fulltext … #ECCMID2019
Academics, I corresponded yesterday with an early career researcher who was so thrown by a rude, belittling review that they still couldn’t look at the paper six months later. Let’s not eat our young.
As a 2nd year assist. prof. one of the 1st papers from my lab received a snide review that wasn’t based on science but on my junior status. I am forever grateful to the awesome editor (Dr. Tom Shenk) for ignoring the rude review & accepting our paper. We shouldn’t eat our young!
Interested in understanding and fighting hemorrhagic fever and emerging viruses? Our group is expanding and looking for an enthusiastic someone with high containment (BSL3/4) virology experience. Please share with folks that might be interested: https://jobs.asv.org/job/268/biocontainment_research_associate_ii_or_iii …
“Collective amnesia about the virulence of this disease has driven us to forget that measles virus has killed tens of millions of infants throughout history” http://theconversation.com/measles-why-its-so-deadly-and-why-vaccination-is-so-vital-110779 … writing this piece for @ConversationUS is sobering #vaccineswork
Fascinating work and insights by @fablabpitt and @CDC_NCEZID team: #Macrophage Activation Marker Soluble #CD163 Associated with Fatal and Severe #Ebolavirus Disease in Humans https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/25/2/18-1326_article … #HLH #ebola #pathology
A tragic milestone today: The Ebola outbreak in DRC has officially become the second largest in history with 426 cases, surpassing the 2000 Uganda outbreak with 425 cases. This is what Ebola looks like in a war zone. My latest on the crisis:
Our discovery of a new receptor for hantaviruses that cause severe pulmonary syndrome (Sin Nombre and Andes viruses) is out in @Nature. Thanks to our amazing team on 3 continents! Long road, labor of love for @Jangra_RohitK. At https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-018-0702-1 ….