The marriage of two innovative technologies—one developed by Northeastern’s Slava Epstein—could accelerate both the discovery of new antibiotics that kill pathogens without encountering resistance and the diagnosis of specific pathogens causing disease, enabling fast, targeted treatments.
Photo by Robin Layton. Biologist Leroy Hood sees humans as walking clouds of data, ripe for the taking when it comes to the future of medicine. Hood, who will address the Northeastern community on Monday at 5 p.m. as part of the Profiles in Innovation Presidential Speaker Series,…
Not me! And certainly not Gail Begley, an academic specialist in the biology department and director of the Pre-Health Advising Program. Begley’s poem “Song of Sanger,” won honorable mention in the annual poetry contest of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. In honor of my Friday exhaustion, I will…