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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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Catorce maestros. Argentinos que mejoraron la medicina en el mundo

Fourteen Argentines who improved medicine in the world. The National Academy of Medicine pays them tribute in a book. #medicine #nobelprize #chemistry #monoclonalantibodies En la apertura del Año del Bicentenario de su creación, la Academia Nacional de Medicina ha publicado un libro dedicado a catorce médicos y bioquímicos argentinos que contribuyeron a mejorar la medicina en el mundo. El autor del texto que sigue fue invitado por la institución a presentar la obra en un acto

New impact factor for Biomedical Journal is now 4.91 !!

The new (2020) #impactfactor for Biomedical Journal is 4.91. The journal continues to improve. We thank all authors and editors for your contributions! #biomedical #biology #medicine #immunology #cellbiology #development #biochemistry #metabolism #surgery https://www.journals.elsevier.com/biomedical-journal#/

The Role of Medicine and Technology in Shaping the Future of Oral Health

by Namrata Nayyar, David Ojcius, Arthur Dugoni #oralhealth #dental #dentistry #technology #medicine #genomics #robotics #artificialintelligence #AI This commentary describes the changes taking place in dentistry and speculates on improvements that could happen soon. Advances in health care will have an impact on the integration and delivery of oral care; conversely, there is growing acceptance that oral health impacts systemic health. Technological innovations are changing th

Association Between Oral Health & Systemic Disease.

Recent research shows a link between health conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease & periodontal disease. But it's still unknown how oral bacteria can have such an impact on systemic health. #oralhealth #medicine #dentistry #dental https://www.trueactivist.com/david-ojcius-discusses-the-association-between-oral-health-and-systemic-disease/

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

The Role of Medicine and Technology in Shaping the Future of Oral Health

This commentary in the California Dental Association Journal describes the changes taking place in dentistry and speculates on improvements that could happen soon. Advances in health care will have an impact on the integration and delivery of oral care; conversely, there is growing acceptance that oral health impacts systemic health. Technological innovations are changing the face of medical care and are quickly becoming integrated into dentistry. Advances in novel antimicrob

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