For a century and a half, notions of objectivity among clinical physicians, physiologists, and bacteriologists
branded as irrelevant the rival concepts of statisticians.
1881: Alexander Fleming, left, Scottish bacteriologist
who discovered penicillin, was born.
Besides Special Secretary Specialised Healthcare and Medical Education Dr Sajid Chohan, Additional Secretary Technical Dr Salman Shahid, Chief Planning Officer Abdul Haq Bhatti, MS Mayo Hospital Dr Amjad Shehzad, Chief Bacteriologist
Punjab (IPH) Prof Zarfishan Tahir, Consultant Dr Tahir Yaqub and professors of Microbiology Department of the medical colleges attended the meeting.
Which pioneer German bacteriologist
discovered the tuberculosis and cholera bacilli?
Zarfishan Tahir, a bacteriologist
of Institute of Public Health (IPH) highlighted the importance of Pre-Exposure Rabies Vaccination.
Professor Hugh Pennington fears the real number of Scots contracting the bug could be "many hundred" times higher.
But the bacteriologist
's comments have sparked a war of words between rival political parties.
MORE than 178,000 different types of bacteria - 9,500 strains of E.coli alone - can reside on paper currency, according to a Hong Kong bacteriologist
. This happens because wear and tear creates nooks and crannies in which filth can hide.
She was a registered bacteriologist
and was responsible for maintaining certification of the Worcester State lab for many years.
Baumann says he's leery of much speculation on the evolutionary origins of the endosymbiont lifestyle.
A Russian-born French bacteriologist
, Elie Metchnikoff (1845-1916), found that in simple animals there were semi-independent cells that were capable of ingesting small particles.
ON THIS DAY 1822: Louis Pasteur, chemist and bacteriologist
, was born in Dole, France.