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The Hollywood Approach

It’s easy to see that education is a vital component of antimicrobial stewardship. The better professionals, patients and the public understand how resistance evolves and how their own behaviors can contribute, the more likely they are to bring about change. But what’s the best way to educate? Researchers from the Kishony laboratory at Harvard Medical School and the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology think it’s through visual aids – and they’ve undertaken a big project to help.

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Roy Kishony and Michael Baym

Roy Kishony is Marilyn and Henry Taub Professor of Life Sciences at Technion – Israel Institute of Technology and visiting professor at the Department of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School.

Michael Baym is a postdoctoral fellow in the Kishony laboratory at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA.

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