Love the TWIPs! I'm a helminth user (25 hookworm for allergies), so your programs are fascinating!
Dr. Racaniello, after listening to TWIP 33 where you were discussing the history of your surname, I thought I'd give your listeners a way to remember you... Read More
David Tuller, health journalist and Berkeley faculty member, has written a piece on the CDC's handling of CFS. His account draws from interviews, a close reading of a fraction of the 4608 epidemiologic studies that pop up on a PubMed search for “chronic fatigue syndrome,” and a review of many pa... Read More
thank you all for sharing your knowledge in such a comprehensible manner. Thank you also for your stand against bureaucratic censorship in the H5N1 research, and your win. I have two questions. Is H5N1 a highly specific test for a human ge... Read More
I would like to propose the book:
John D. Kraemer, JD, MPH, assistant professor of health systems administration at Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies, and Lawrence O. Gostin, the Linda D. and Timothy J. O’Neill Professor of Global Health Law and faculty director of the O'Neill Institute for National and Gl... Read More
This episode: Bacteria and predacious fungi work together to trap nematodes!
Dear Vincent Racaniello and Dickson Despommier
I am an avid listener of TWIP since its start, have been following TWIV for at least two years and, surprise, also follow TWIM.
My field is Computer Science, but I crave for... Read More
Dear TWiM Team
A fascinating article from New Scientist this week.
Standard medical teaching is that the foetus is sterile and that the microbiome only begins to develop post natal.
New research from Spain indicates that the microbiome s... Read More
Vince, here is the text of my post on Peter S site. I was disappointed in the quality of his article as I have much previous experience with his work and see him as the "David Baltimore of Risk Communication". If you could get him on as a guest you would e... Read More
How cool is that to be listening to you all reading my emails with Peter Sandman while I am stuck in traffic.
I loved the discussion and want to send a big thank you to Michael for joining in and giving us the missing perspective of what the NSABB ... Read More