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microbiologist

[‚mī·krō·bī′äl·ə·jist]
(microbiology)
A scientist that studies a wide range of microorganisms in various subdisciplines of biology, such as bacteriology, mycology, parasitology, and virology.
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If further work confirms this finding, it may suggest that the Florida group and other ancient settlers of the Americas avoided breeding with neighboring tribes, contends medical microbiologist William W.
Consultant medical microbiologist Dr Marina Morgan from the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, who advised on the card content, said: "Anyone coming into contact with livestock should use the card to discuss animal-borne disease risks when consulting their doctor with an illness.
In this update of the 1997 edition (last reprinted in 2004), medical microbiologist Elliott and colleagues at the U.
Medical microbiologist Professor Willem Sturm said the survey was needed 'so we can plan'.
Ms Spaargaren is a medical microbiologist in charge of the public health laboratory of the Municipal Health Service of Amsterdam.
Medical microbiologist at MedLab Central in Palmerston North, Jane Parker, will co-host a workshop on antimicrobial resistance and give a paper entitled "What do you do with normal flora?" Other speakers include division chair Karen Davis, Waikato Hospital infection control nurse Carol Jarvis and NZNO professional nursing adviser Faith Roberts.
The Southern Health Board's Consultant Medical Microbiologist Dr Bartley Cryan appealed to the public to respect any notices in relation to visiting restrictions.
Dr Nigel Lightfoot, consultant medical microbiologist at the Public Health Laboratory Service (PHLS), said his organisation had worked with the Department of Health for several years to prepare for the possibility of a "bio-terrorist" attack.
Other members at the meeting today include: Sir John Arbuthnott, a medical microbiologist; Mr Richard Ayre, former deputy chief executive of BBC News; Ms Karol Bailey, a small tenant farmer; Mr Robert Rees, a self-employed chef and restaurateur from Bisley, Gloucestershire, and Ms Valerie Howarth, chief executive of the charity ChildLine.
Barbour, a medical microbiologist at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center in San Antonio.
Dr Sampaio is a medical microbiologist at Fleury Centers for Diagnostic Medicine and Fleury Research Institute, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Dr Blans is a medical microbiologist in the Gelre Ziekenhuizen, Apeldoorn, the Netherlands.

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