Scott S. Terhune, Ph.D.

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Scott S. Terhune, Ph.D., an assistant professor in Microbiology and Molecular Genetics and the Biotechnology and Bioengineering Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin, describes his research in proteomics, mass spectrometry and Human Cytomeglavirus (HCMV).

Interdisciplinary Collaboration International Health- The Philippines: Part 5 of 5

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Dr. Michael Kron, a Tropical Medicine Physician and Researcher at the Medical College of Wisconsin, discusses challenges and opportunities in international health, focusing on his work in the Philippines in anti-filarial drug discovery. In this final clip, Dr. Kron examines educational and research opportunities he has encountered while working in international health.

Interdisciplinary Collaboration in International Health- The Philippines: Part 4 of 5

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Dr. Michael Kron, a Tropical Medicine Physician and Researcher at the Medical College of Wisconsin, discusses challenges and opportunities in international health, focusing on his work in the Philippines in anti-filarial drug discovery. In this clip, Dr. Kron talks about the cultural and political factors that influence research opportunities.

Interdisciplinary Collaboration in International Health- The Philippines: Part 3 of 5

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Dr. Michael Kron, a Tropical Medicine Physician and Researcher at the Medical College of Wisconsin, discusses challenges and opportunities in international health, focusing on his work in anti-filarial drug discovery in the Philippines . In this clip, Dr. Kron continues discussing methods in drug discovery.

Interdisciplinary Collaboration in International Health- The Philippines: Part 2 of 5

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Dr. Michael Kron, a Tropical Medicine Physician and Researcher at the Medical College of Wisconsin, discusses challenges and opportunities in international health, focusing on his work in the Philippines in anti-filarial drug discovery. In this clip, Dr. Kron discusses environmental factors that influence research opportunities and anti-parasite drug discovery.

Genetically Programmable Pathogen Sense and Destroy

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The video describes my invention of Engineered cells which can act as a live vaccine. These cells are programmed to intelligently detect a particular gut pathogen and then specifically and completely kill it without affecting the normal gut microbial flora. This automated approach thus prevents from horrible side effects of current antibiotics and growing resistance against them.