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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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Microbiologists shouldn't be the only readers of this book.
A small survey, which we conducted on the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) ClinMicroNet and DivC listservs, indicates that laboratories under the direction of specially trained and certified microbiologists are more likely to have initiated or joined a necessary discussion and planning venue for Ebola preparedness.
highest recognition accorded to an individual by the American College of Veterinary Microbiologists.
Unfortunately, California is the most populated state in the nation with over 36 million people (www.census.gov), and these nine programs train the clinical microbiologists that handle specimens from the sick patients within this large population pool.
To be a microbiologist you will usually need a degree in a relevant subject such as microbiology or biology.
MICROBIOLOGISTS - who are set to be thrust into the limelight this year as swine flu continues to spread - are concerned with the study of micro-organisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi and algae.
On Saturday the HSE advertised for microbiologists to apply for a job at St Colmcille's in Dublin.
([dagger]) In Indiana, 105 staff members were exposed; 15 of those exposures were classified as high risk, including the exposure of microbiologist A.
The work of Dr Das Pillay, consultant microbiologist at the Good Hope Hospital in Birmingham, is to feature in the Tonight With Trevor McDonald investigation on ITV1, about Extended-Spectrum Betalactamase (ESBL), which can lead to blood poisoning.
Microbiologist Colleen Hansel of Harvard University says, "Very little is known about these bacteria and the process that is involved in uranium immobilization in sediments and waters, so starting to understand the bacteria and genetically how these organisms do this process is very important.
Linton, a food microbiologist at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind.
"NanoLogix has greatly strengthened the depth of its hydrogen bioreactor team by having such an accomplished microbiologist on board."

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