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Lauren Solomon, Broad Communications
News / 03.22.17
In the search for a defining feature of the Escherichia coli that cause urinary tract infections, comparative transcriptomics and infection models show that infection depends on both the host environment and gene expression levels in the bacteria.Read more
Blog / 03.15.17
Broad Institute research scientist Ashlee Earl probes the bacterial genome for factors driving the emergence and spread of antibiotic resistanceRead more
Susanna M. Hamilton, Broad Communications
Podcast / 03.15.17
Jim Collins, an institute member at the Broad Institute, a core faculty member at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, and a professor at MIT, dives into the social and scientific causes of antibiotic resistance and explains some of what his lab is doing to combat the problem.Read more
Susanna M. Hamilton, Broad Communications
News / 03.15.17
With a deep look at antibiotic resistance, Broad scientists seek new ways to diagnose, treat, and even prevent resistant infectionsRead more
Susanna M. Hamilton, Broad Communications
News / 03.9.17
An unusual case of a rare anemia is opening scientists up to a new way of thinking about how to adapt and employ cytokines (messenger molecules of the blood and immune system) as tools for treatment — a way that is more analog than digital — and illustrating the promise of precision medicine.Read more