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Metagenomics for the masses | David Roos, PhD & Daniel Beiting, PhD, Univ. of Pennsylvania

Drs. David Roos and Daniel Beiting talk about the development of an open-access data-mining platform for interrogating microbiome experiments. Learn more here: https://veupathdb.org/veupathdb/app …

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Microbial cooperation during C. difficile infection | Joe Zackular, PhD, Univ. of Pennsylvania

Dr. Joe Zackular talks about Clostridioides difficile, which is the most commonly reported nosocomial pathogen in the United States and an urgent public health threat worldwide. The primary risk…

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What is Precision Medicine?

Precision medicine aims to collect, connect, and apply vast amounts of data and information about our health to help guide more precise and predictive medicine worldwide. Learn more at…

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The Future of Early Cancer Detection? | Jorge Soto | TED Talks

Along with a crew of technologists and scientists, Jorge Soto is developing a simple, noninvasive, open-source test that looks for early signs of multiple forms of cancer. Onstage at TEDGlobal 2014,…

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The Problem And Promise Of Precision Medicine | TIME

Direct YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/zkagtWSeisQ A recent announcement of massive funding toward precision medicine by President Obama administration is prompting a bearish sentiment among medical…

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The influence of Pseudomonas on the Agaricus bisporus fruiting body microbiome and the initiation of bacterial blotch disease

Max Aleman, a PhD candidate in Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology, shares a current research project on the metagenome in mushroom blotch disease. Penn State’s Microbiome Center…

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Do Anthropogenic Impacts on the Gut Metagenome Underlie the Risk of Chronic Disease? | Thomas Sharpton, Ph.D.

Dr. Thomas Sharpton joins us from Oregon State University and discusses his research on environmental exposures and their impact on the gut metagenome. Penn State’s Microbiome Center…

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Dean's Lecture Series: Special Event - Missed Opportunities with COVID-19 Vaccination – Maybe it’s not too Late

Daniel Salmon, professor of international health and health, behavior and society and Director of the Institute for Vaccine Safety at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, will…

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PICO questions hierarchy of evidence

Presented by Nancy Adams of the Harrell Health Sciences Library. The learning objectives for this module are: Explains the principle of "hierarchy of evidence" Use information tools to find…

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2019 SEPT 20 Know your enemy before you go to war: a story of bacterial blotch of mushroom

Samuel Martins, Penn State

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2019 DEC 13 From Neanderthals to artic ice: what ancient microbial communities can tell us

Laura Weyrich, Penn State

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2021 APRIL 16 Infectious burden, APOE-ϵ4, and risk for poor cognition

Chen Zhao, Penn State

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2020 MARCH 20 Pouchitis: A Human Model for Gut Inflammation?

Walter Kolton Penn State

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Lesson 3.2. Measures of Association (Part 2) [PHS550]

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Lesson 3.1. Measures of Association (Part 1) [PHS550]

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Lesson 2.2. Understanding the Use of Measures of Frequency in Practice

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