[Microbiology] RE: Microbio Digest, Vol 18, Issue 1

Dr Mohammed Omar via microbio%40net.bio.net (by mohammed.omar At artsci.monash.edu.my)
Wed Nov 1 18:15:34 EST 2006

Thank you very much. 

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Today's Topics:

   1. Re: selection of topic for Ph.D. (HuskyPhD)
   2. 	Honored to share my new book on avian influenza free,
      full-text, online (Michael Greger, M.D.)


Message: 1
Date: 31 Oct 2006 00:26:03 -0800
From: "HuskyPhD" <biovirus04 At gmail.com>
Subject: [Microbiology] Re: selection of topic for Ph.D.
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Another thing to consider is what your professors are already working
on.  It's really only possible to work in a field that is currently
being investigated by professors at your university.  For example, if
you were interested in studying Yersinia pestis, but no one at your
school studied it, then you might have a problem.

Find a field that interests you, read some reviews, and get a general
idea of the current state of the field.  That will certainly provide
you with a starting point.

This is really the only help you'll be able to get from us.  Asking us
to help you decide what to do your Ph.D. on is like asking us to help
you decide what your favorite food is.  Ultimately, only you (and your
prof) can do this.

Alex B. Berezow, Grad Student
Dept. of Microbiology
University of Washington School of Medicine
Seattle, WA  98195

butani wrote:
> dear microbiologist,
> i m post graduate student of microbiology.
> i want to joint my Ph.D. in near future.
> presently i  am searching for a topic of my Ph.D.
> my university offers me only work on effluent treatment by the use of
> micro organism.
> please help me in finding my topic.
> thanks in advance.


Message: 2
Date: 31 Oct 2006 15:02:38 -0800
From: "Michael Greger, M.D." <michaelgregermd At gmail.com>
Subject: [Microbiology] 	Honored to share my new book on avian
	influenza free,	full-text, online
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My new book, "Bird Flu: A Virus of Our Own Hatching," will be released
in hardcover after the mid-term elections, but in the spirit of open
access, I've put the entire contents of the book online at
http://www.BirdFluBook.org with all 3,000+ references hyperlinked,
hundreds of full-text articles, etc. In addition to putting the whole
thing up for free, all the proceeds I receive from the actual book are
donated to charity as well. I hope to keep it an updated living
document, and so I'd love everyone's feedback!


Michael Greger, M.D.
Director, Public Health and Animal Agriculture
The Humane Society of the United States
2100 L St., N.W.
Washington, DC 20037
Direct line: (301) 258-3110
Fax: (301) 258-3081
mgreger At hsus.org


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