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WSU Researcher to Study Ecology of Antibiotic Resistance


November 1, 2012

Doug Call Doug Call wants to look at the ecological and socioeconomic factors behind antibiotic resistance, from the genes of bacteria to the landscapes they live in to the pathways by which they travel through people and animals. A molecular epidemiologist at Washington State University's Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health. Full Story

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