We looked inside some of the tweets by @DougBrackney and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Limited influence of the microbiome on the transcriptional profile of female Aedes aegypti mosquitoes https://t.co/c1A2pMBU67 Our paper is finally out. Take home message the transcriptional response to microbiota is more akin to transient inf. than large physiological changes.
This Thursday, 7pm ET, log on to the @CienciaPR or @CosacoPr FB for a live conversation w @Yale's @awyllie13 who will speak about saliva as a cost-effective and scalable #COVID19 PCR testing strategy. (Paper here 👉🏾 https://t.co/25K1LDLtjw) https://t.co/whTgPXvH7x https://t.co/47VUZMGLCo
It was my absolute pleasure to speak with @CienciaPR & @CosacoPr this evening. I continue to be inspired by everyone coming together in this fight against #COVID19. We urgently need affordable, mass testing. Saliva offers a way but restrictions on labs continue to hold this back. https://t.co/EGAW9wz1Lt
Looking for a postdoc position? We are hiring a postdoctoral researcher to work on host-microbe interactions and stem cell biology in the mosquito midgut (Aedes aegypti). More information here: https://t.co/0XHLEbim3L Please share this opportunity with others!
This is a short paper describing early results from our surveillance of workers in 5 skilled nursing facilities. Very lucky to work with @Nicehrhart, and proud of everyone involved. This was hard and will get harder I'm sure. Hope the data is helpful. https://t.co/7SCjmOhsyg
Great new study examining the asymptomatic transmission of SARS CoV2 in nursing facilities. Foot. Mouth. WHO. https://t.co/Ku6X98sqfE
Breonna Taylor’s 27th birthday would have been June 5. She was shot 8 times by three police officers, who still have not been charged with her murder. #SayHerName