Dial-a-Dean event- Vice President and Dean Shane Burgess have invited Janko Nikolich-Zugich MD, PhD to be a guest, together with Dr.
Can we as a people come together to turn back an attacking enemy? by Felicia Goodrum and James Alwine
Janko Nikolich-Zugich, an immunobiologist at the University of Arizona College of Medicine said, 'Older people are not as good at reacting to microorganisms they haven't encountered before.
Episode 3 took place on June 4, 2020 and includes a convo with Janko Nikolich-Žugich, MD, PhD about COVID-19 antibody testing and Betsy fields some questions about research re-entry and related top
Pandemic fears have created interest in metallic products touting antimicrobial properties. But experts have doubts about the copper craze.
According to Bhattacharya, the UA actually uses two antibody tests to help protect against false positives.
Dr. Sam Campos understands that making mistakes is part of learning, especially when it comes to introducing students to lab research for the first time.
"There is definitely a rise in infections and it is totally expected after the stay-at-home order was lifted," University of Arizona virologist Felicia Goodrum wrote in an email.
That suggests Pima County and Arizona are still a “virgin territory for the virus,” according to Dr.
James Alwine and Felicia Goodrum Sterling: The COVID-19 pandemic has sickened more than 7 million and over 400,000 lives have been lost by today’s estimate. The race for a vaccine is on!
"There is definitely a rise in infections and it is totally expected after the stay-at-home order was lifted," University of Arizona virologist Felicia Goodrum, PhD
The University of Arizona's COVID-19 antibody testing study has expanded to include all employees at hospitals and a broad list of registered health care professionals.
Antibody blood tests look for the body’s immune response after someone has recovered from the disease. Dr. Janko Nikolich is one of the project’s leaders.
University of Arizona immunobiologist Michael Johnson is investigating why copper compounds are toxic to bacteria and describes how they could help scientists disrupt the path of the coronavirus.