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TWiM 38 Letters

Jim writes:

As usual I loved TWiM #37. Jo Handlesman adds a lot imho.

I think Michael Schmidt meant "dump data" instead "data dump."  Apologizes to Alan Dove.

Look forward to the up coming bioinformatics guest.

Thanks a million

Tim writes:

Dear TWiMeisters,

I'm quite behind in TWiM, TWiP and TWiV, because of my exams, which is a poor excuse, I know! Anyway I just listened to TWiM #22 with Dr. Sacchetti, and thought I'd write in with my appreciation. As an RN student, I love it when your podcasts are specifically pertinent to my area of interest. In this case, hospital-acquired infections and the most common infections in emergency departments.

This was one of the most fascinating episodes yet. I was wondering though if you'd consider doing something on infection-control in a surgical setting? That is, if you had any papers on the effectiveness of surgical attire in preventing spread of infection to the patient, and/or protecting the surgical staff from the patient. Particularly, I'd be interested in hearing which microbes are most commonly found on the Online Blackjack skin or in the hair of surgical staff. I wonder if surgical infections would be similar to those in emergency departments, or if the percentages would be slightly different.

Admittedly, such an episode would probably not be of interest to many, and the literature may not even be out there. My main purpose for this email was simply to express my appreciation for everything that you do. Keep it up! Much respect to every one of you.

Regards,
Tim (Melbourne, Australia)

Alicia writes:

Hello,

I was listening to TWiM a few weeks back and, if I remember correctly, it was mentioned that it would be interesting to find someone that could discuss spirochetes with you.

I would like to recommend one of my professors, Dr. Caroline Cameron. She is Canada's Research Chair in Molecular Pathogenesis and teaches at the University of Victoria. I have spoken with her and if you have any future papers concerning spirochetes (especially Treponema pallidum subsp. pallidum or Leptospira) she would be interested in participating.

I hope you will do an episode!

Best,

Alicia
 

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