New approach to learning in the pandemic is a huge draw

    New approach to learning in the pandemic is a huge draw

    Most people steered clear of the COVID-19 pandemic chaos… but not Dr. Ryan Gregory. Instead of waiting for the smoke to clear, Gregory and colleagues, Drs. Sofie Lachapelle and Elizabeth Finnis, decided to seize the moment and develop a learning experience to help students make sense of what was happening around them. “We leaned into this unfamiliar situation and embraced it,” says Gregory.

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    Can we ‘rejuvenate’ the effects of an antibiotic on resistant organisms?

    Can we ‘rejuvenate’ the effects of an antibiotic on resistant organisms?

    Dr. Georgina Cox at the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology is working on a quintessential One Health enigma: antimicrobial resistance. But, instead of targeting the growth of infectious organisms like most antibiotics, Cox is using a different strategy – one that disarms the bugs, making them less infectious.

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