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  1. 106: Creepy dreadful wonderful parasites (and a few bacteria) with Bobbi Pritt2019/04/18
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  2. 105: HPV vaccination with Doug Lowy2019/04/05
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  3. 104: Burkholderia pseudomallei and the Neglected Tropical Disease Melioidosis with Direk Limmathurotsakul2019/03/21
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  4. 103: Predicting Spillover Events with Barbara Han2019/03/08

    When will the next disease outbreak occur? Why are some pests better at spreading disease than others? Disease Ecologist Barbara Han talks about her research that addresses these questions with computer modeling, as well as how modeling predictions can inform field and bench research.

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  5. 102: HIV vaccines with Dan Barouch2019/02/21
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  6. 101: Structural Biology Insights into Ebola Virus with Erica Ollmann Saphire2019/02/07
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  7. 100: It’s our 100th Episode! A retrospective into Meet the Microbiologist with Merry Buckley and Carl Zimmer2019/01/25
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  8. 099: Microbial engineering for biofuels and beyond with Wayne Curtis2019/01/11
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  9. 098: Insect and human microbial symbionts with Seth Bordenstein2018/12/30
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  10. 097: The Cool World of Glacial Microbiology with Christine Foreman2018/12/13
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  11. 096: HIV interaction with the immune system with Mark Connors2018/11/30
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  12. 095: The Evolution of Virulence with Andrew Read2018/11/15
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  13. 094: Containing a Nipah virus outbreak with G Arunkumar2018/11/01
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  14. 093: Biofilms and metagenomic diagnostics in clinical infections with Robin Patel2018/10/18
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  15. 092: A new type of malaria vaccine utilizing the mosquito immune system with Carolina Barillas-Mury2018/10/05
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  16. 091: SARS and MERS coronaviruses with Stanley Perlman2018/09/20
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  17. 090: Using yeast to generate new chocolate and beer flavors with Kevin Verstrepen2018/09/06
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  18. 089: Using the zebrafish microbiome to study development and the gut-brain axis with John Rawls2018/08/23
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  19. 088: Using Bacterial Structures as Nanowires with Gemma Reguera2018/08/10
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  20. 087: Legionnaire’s Disease with Michele Swanson2018/07/25
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  21. 086: Toxoplasma gondii and neuro-invasive disease with Anita Koshy2018/07/12
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  22. 085: Using DNA technologies to answer epidemiological questions with Jennifer Gardy2018/06/21
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  23. 084: How viral-bacterial interactions influence viral infection with Julie Pfeiffer2018/06/07
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  24. 083: Microbial communication via quorum sensing with Pete Greenberg2018/05/24
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  25. 082: The struggle to study hepatitis C virus with Charlie Rice2018/05/11

    Charlie Rice gives the history of learning to grow hepatitis C virus in culture, from pitfalls to hurdles and successes along the 20-year journey. He also talks about yellow fever virus, its vaccine, and the importance of curiosity-driven research
  26. 081: Developing infectious disease diagnostics with Melissa Miller2018/04/26
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  27. 080: Implementing One Health with Mathew Muturi2018/04/12
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  28. 079: Comparative Bacterial Genomics with Dave Rasko2018/03/29
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  29. 078: Tuberculosis treatment and mycobacterial genetics with Bill Jacobs2018/03/15
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  30. 077: Influenza, politics, and scientific credibility with Ilaria Capua2018/03/06

    Ilaria Capua talks about running an internationally renowned animal influenza lab, and her time spent in the Italian Parliament. Accused of virus trafficking as part of a national scandal, she has since cleared her name and speaks here about the importance of scientific credibility and reputation.
  31. 076: Evolution of bacterial biofilm populations with Vaughn Cooper 2018/02/15
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  32. 075: Working with the Microbes in our Drinking and Waste Water with Marylynn Yates2018/02/02
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  33. 074: Treating Ebola in America and Fecal Transfers with Colleen Kraft 2018/01/19
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  34. 073: Biological sex and influenza with Sabra Klein2018/01/04
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  35. 072: Microbial diversity of natural ecosystems with Jennifer Martiny2017/12/20
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  36. 071: Neglected Tropical Diseases and Vaccine Advocacy with Peter Hotez2017/12/08
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  37. 070: Influenza vaccine and susceptibility with Stacey Schultz-Cherry2017/11/23
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  38. 069: Biopreparedness and biosecurity with Gigi Kwik Gronvall2017/11/09
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  39. 068: Microbiomes everywhere with Jack Gilbert 2017/10/25
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  40. 067: MRSA in agriculture and zombie epidemiology with Tara C. Smith2017/10/12
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  41. 066: Insect-pathogenic fungi as fertilizers and mosquito control with Raymond St. Leger2017/09/28
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  42. 065: Polio Research Breakthroughs with Vincent Racaniello2017/09/28
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  43. Welcome to Meet the Microbiologist!2017/09/24
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  44. MTS64 - Martin Blaser - Save Our Endangered Germs2010/12/29
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  45. MTS63 - Jeff Gralnick - I Sing the Microbe Electric2010/12/16
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  46. MTS62 - Jessica Green - The Living Air2010/11/23
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  47. MTS61 - Charles Bamforth - Beer: Eight thousand years of biotechnology (39.5 min.)2010/11/04

    In this podcast, I talk to Charles Bamforth of the University of California, Davis, about the surprisingly complex chemistry of beer, and the pivotal role microbes play in making it happen.
  48. MTS60 - Thomas Scott - The Bone-Breaking Virus (29.5 min.)2010/10/20
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  49. MTS59 - Charles Ofria - Digital Life2010/10/06
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  50. MTS58 - David Baker - Crowdsourcing Biology2010/09/23
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  51. MTS57 - Forest Rohwer - Curing the Corals2010/09/01
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  52. MTS56 - Susan Golden - Clocks for Life2010/08/18
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  53. MTS55 - Nancy Moran - The Incredible Shrinking Microbe2010/08/04
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  54. MTS54 - Carl Bergstrom - The Mathematics of Microbes2010/07/14
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  55. MTS53 - Bonnie Bassler - The Bacterial Wiretap2010/07/01
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  56. MTS52 - Mitchell Sogin - Expeditions to the Rare Biosphere2010/06/17
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  57. MTS51- James Liao - Turning Microbes into Fuel Refineries2010/06/02
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  58. MTS50.5 - The Making of the Meet the Scientist Podcast 2010/05/21

    To mark the celebration of Microbeworld's 50th episode of the Meet the Scientist podcast, we created a time lapse video that shows exactly what it takes to produce a single episode of the show.

    We hope you enjoy this behind the scenes look and we thank you for listening week after week. Cheers, to another 50 episodes!

  59. MTS50 - R. Ford Denison - Darwin on the Farm2010/05/19
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  60. MTS49 - Irwin Sherman - The Quest for a Malaria Vaccine: The First Hundred Years2010/05/05
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  61. MTS48 - Keith Klugman - Pneumonia: The Hidden Giant2010/04/21
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  62. MTS47 - Peter Daszak - Stalking the Wild Microbe2010/04/07
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  63. MTS46 - Curtis Suttle - It's a Virus World and We Just Live On It2010/03/24
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  64. MTS45 - James Collins - Engineering Life: The Past and Future of Synthetic Biology2010/03/04
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  65. MTS44 - Michael Worobey - In Search of the Origin of HIV and H1N1's Hidden History2010/02/18
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  66. MTS43 - Rob Knight - The Microbes That Inhabit Us2010/02/03
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  67. MTS42 - Julian Davies - The Mysteries of Medicine's Silver Bullet2010/01/20
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  68. MTS41 - Sallie Chisholm - Harvesting the Sun2010/01/06
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  69. MTS40 - John Wooley - Exploring the Protein Universe2009/12/23
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  70. MTS39 - Paul Turner - Pandemic in a Petri Dish2009/12/07
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  71. MTS38 - Jonathan Eisen - An Embarrassment of Genomes2009/11/05
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  72. MTS37 - Hazel Barton - Cave Dwellers2009/10/23
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  73. MTS36 - Dennis Bray - Living Computers2009/10/09
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  74. MTS35 - Michael Cunliffe - The Ocean's Living Skin2009/09/11
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  75. MTS34 - Pratik Shah - Combatting Pathogens with Polyamines2009/08/28
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  76. MTS33 - Abigail Salyers - The Art of Teaching Science2009/08/13
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  77. MTS32 - Arthur Guruswamy - Mycobacterial and Fungal Pathogens2009/07/29
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  78. MTS31 - Frances Arnold - Engineering Microbes2009/07/15
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  79. MTS30 - Stanley Plotkin - The Past, Present, and Future of Vaccines2009/07/01
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  80. MTS29 - Christine Biron - The Innate Immune System2009/06/18
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  81. MTS28 - Joseph DeRisi - New Tech Approaches to Infectious Disease2009/06/02
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  82. MTS27 - Melanie Cushion - Pneumocystis carinii2009/05/14
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  83. MTS26 - Ian Orme - Tuberculosis2009/05/07
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  84. MTS25 - Parisa Ariya - Bioaerosols | The Living Atmosphere2009/04/23
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  85. MTS24 - Jeff Bender - MRSA in Animals2009/04/17
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  86. MTS23 - Jo Handelsman - The Science of Bug Guts2009/04/10
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  87. MTS22 - David Knipe - Herpes Simplex Virus 2 (HSV-2)2009/03/31
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  88. MTS21 - Andrew Knoll - Ancient Life and Evolution2009/03/17
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  89. MTS20 - Roberto Kolter - Bacillus Subtilis and Bacteria as Multicellular Organisms2009/03/12
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  90. MTS19 - Ellen Jo Baron - The Challenges and Rewards of Working in the Developing World2009/03/05
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  91. MTS18 - Elizabeth Edwards - Cleaning Up Solvents in Groundwater2009/02/25
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  92. MTS17 - Stuart Levy, MD - Antibiotic Resistance and Biosecurity2009/02/12
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  93. MTS16 - Paul Keim, Ph.D. - The Science Behind the 2001 Anthrax Letter Attacks2009/02/02
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  94. MTS15 - Kathryn Boor - The Science of Foodborne Pathogens2009/01/21
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  95. MTS14 - Moselio Schaechter - Successful Science Blogging and Hunting Mushrooms2009/01/07
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  96. MTS13 - Video Supplement - Proteopedia Video Guide2008/12/31
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  97. MTS13 - Joel Sussman - Proteopedia.org and Intrinsically Unstructured Proteins2008/12/31
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  98. MTS12 - Nancy Keller - Aspergillus and the Fungal Toxin Problem2008/12/23
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  99. MTS11 - Daniel Lew - The Yeast Cell Cycle2008/12/08
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  100. MTS10 - Anthony Maurelli - Black Holes and Antivirulence Genes2008/11/25
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Meet The Microbiologist
https://www.asm.org/index.php/podcasts/meet-the-microbiologist
Meet the Microbiologist is a podcast that showcases the people behind the scientific discoveries. Each guest introduces their research in one of the cutting-edge areas of the microbial sciences: genomics, antibiotic resistance, synthetic biology, emerging infectious diseases, microbial ecology, public health, probiotics, and more! You no longer have to suffer in silence: learn about epidemiology as you run errands, explore drug discovery as you drive home, delve into microbial genomics at the gym. Each guest discusses their scientific discoveries and where future technologies may lead. Meet the Microbiologist, hosted by Julie Wolf, was previously titled Meet the Scientist, hosted by Merry Buckley and Carl Zimmer.

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