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MOSTLY MICROBES AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES

Welcome to Mostly Microbes and Infectious Diseases. David Ojcius posts newspaper and journal articles in the broad field of microbiology.

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David Ojcius -- on Lifelong Learning as a Researcher

#microbiology #LifelongLearning #education #research #biophysics #Pacific #immunology Interview at Thrive Global What do you love most about the industry you are in? The industry I’m in is actually two in one: teaching and research. I love teaching and interacting with students. In many ways I learn as I teach them. I love their enthusiasm and their optimism. The thing about research is you are a student for life. You constantly have to learn new skills. It requires you to be

Drop in childhood vaccinations during pandemic may raise risk of other outbreaks when schools reopen

#measles #COVID19 #education #coronavirus #MMR #school #vaccines Routine childhood vaccinations dropped dramatically during the early months of the pandemic, and although those began rebounding last summer, many children and adolescents are still behind on shots, according to a federal health report released Thursday. That lag might pose “a serious public health threat” of outbreaks of vaccine-preventable illnesses such as measles and whooping cough that have the potential t

David Ojcius on Lifelong Learning as a Researcher

#lifelonglearning #education #research What do you love most about being a university professor? The profession I’m in is actually two in one: teaching and research. I love teaching and interacting with students. In many ways I learn as I teach them. I love their enthusiasm and their optimism. The thing about research is you are a student for life. You constantly have to learn new skills. It requires you to be a lifelong learner, which is something I enjoy. Read more at: http

David Ojcius on Lifelong Learning as a Researcher

#LifelongLearning #microbiology #immunology #education David Ojcius of SF, California, is a professor and researcher with a wealth of experience. In 1979, David Ojcius graduated from the University of California, Berkeley and continued his education there to earn his Ph.D. in Biophysics. He then completed two postdoctoral fellowships at Harvard and Rockefeller University. Taking his skills to France, David Ojcius began his career at the Pasteur Institute, which had received N

David Ojcius Assistant Dean of Research, University of the Pacific

#lifelonglearning #microbiology #immunology #education David Ojcius is a professor and researcher at the University of the Pacific in San Francisco, California. He earned a B.A. at the University of California, Berkeley in 1979 and then continued at Berkeley to get his Ph.D. in Biophysics. After two postdoctoral fellowships at Harvard and Rockefeller University, David Ojcius took his skills to France, where he had his first permanent job at the Pasteur Institute, which had re

Lifelong Learning as a Researcher

College professors have two jobs in one: teaching & research. Teaching & interacting with students, we also learn from them. Doing research, we are students for life. One constantly has to learn new skills. It requires us to be lifelong learners. #LifelongLearning #research #education #teaching #microbiology #immunology https://thriveglobal.com/stories/david-ojcius-on-lifelong-learning-as-a-researcher/

On Lifelong Learning as a Researcher

About life of university professors: "The industry I’m in is actually two in one: teaching and research. I love teaching and interacting with students. In many ways I learn as I teach them. I love their enthusiasm and their optimism. The thing about research is you are a student for life. You constantly have to learn new skills. It requires you to be a lifelong learner, which is something I enjoy." #LifelongLearning #Research #university #dental #education https://thrivegloba

David Ojcius on Lifelong Learning as a Researcher

Although they have been separate professions, dentistry is converging with medicine. There is a growing awareness that oral health affects systemic health. Patients see dentists more often than physicians. Dentists are in a good position to diagnose early signs of non-oral diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease. #LifelongLearning #education #oralhealth #microbiology #immunology #InstitutPasteur #Rockefeller #Pacific #dentistry #microbes #infection https://www.newsbreak.

David Ojcius - Assistant Dean of Research, U. of the Pacific - on oral health and lifelong learning

Although they have been separate professions, dentistry is converging with medicine. There is a growing awareness that oral health affects systemic health. Patients see dentists more often than physicians. Dentists are in a good position to diagnose early signs of non-oral diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease. Interview on #microbiology #LifelongLearning #oralhealth #immunology #microbes #infection #inflammation #education #dentistry #medicine https://ideamensch.com/d

‘A lost generation’: Research reveals students sliding backward, most vulnerable worst affected

Unequal gaps in learning during remote school. New studies & grading data released by multiple school districts in the US confirm fears that students are falling behind. Hardest hit are Black, Hispanic, low-income students & children with disabilities. #remotelearning #education #COVID19 #coronavirus #pandemic #microbes #infection https://www.washingtonpost.com/education/students-falling-behind/2020/12/06/88d7157a-3665-11eb-8d38-6aea1adb3839_story.html

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