Fantastic team effort today by @FranzLabDuke to save this poor fellow we found near #Dukechem parking lot. He is with a rehabilitation group in Hillsborough and expected to make a full recovery!
Our lab members are talented at more than just chemistry! Lizzie also writes policy briefs for @DukeSciPol. Check out her latest work here! #scipol
Check out my brief on the recently-released NIOSH document describing plans for protecting the safety of the nanotechnology workforce https://t.co/Tu6zKlbwli #scipol
Welcome to the Franz Lab, Petpailin Wiangnak (AKA Paige) from Naresuan University in Thailand! Paige will be doing research with us this summer on molecules that affect biological metal homeostasis.
Today Lizzie presented her work on the interactions between metals and antifungal drugs at the Duke EPIC (Eukaryotic Pathogenesis Investigators Colloquia) Symposium poster session.
Come by the Duke EPIC Symposium today in Jones 143 to hear about some of our lab’s work on “Metals, Drugs, and Pathogens” (at 10:15) and a variety of other great research on eukaryotic pathogenesis. https://t.co/SWFtdirYPo
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