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In the second of our podcasts from the SGM Autumn Conference 2013, I interview Robin May, Professor of Infectious Diseases at the University of Birmingham. Robin was speaking at the conference and has recently had a paper published detailing his work on Cryptococcus gattii, a rare, pathogenic fungi of people with health immune systems.
More information on Robin’s recent paper can be found in this Wellcome Trust news article.
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