I spent a wonderful weekend meeting with curators and collection managers from across the state of Georgia! Here is a link to some photos from our visit to the new facilities at Georgia Southern University, curated by Dr. Alan Harvey.
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A job opening and great opportunity for natural product chemists in medical ethnobotany and drug discovery! #Ethnopharmacology #Apply #QuaveLab
"Be pregnant and go on interviews. If they don’t welcome you with open arms and offer childcare options, they don’t deserve you." Don't miss this great piece featuring @VirusesImmunity, advocate for #WomenInSTEM and amazing #SciMom role model. By @scchak
Covid-19 expert Akiko Iwasaki fights a different virus: sexism in science
To know virologist Akiko Iwasaki is to know that she is passionate about combatting sexism, power imbalance, and toxic behavior in academia.
New #JobAlert in #QuaveLab @emoryuniversity! Please RT!
Seeking #postdoc w/ experience in #NaturalProducts #chemistry ! Core strengths needed: #HPLC #MassSpectrometry #Metabolomics #NMR structure elucidation. 1/3
@pharmacognosy @FemalesInMS @GNPS_UCSD
You know how most modern dog breeds are the same species of wolf? And how we turned Brassica oleracea into cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, kale & Brussels sprouts?
Well, pumpkin, zucchini, delicata, acorn, pattypan & yellow squash are all the same species too: Cucurbita pepo
Mining the past with hobby collections A reminder of how valuable dried specimens are to future science (Those Victorian collectors had no idea isotopes in what they picked would explain fishery crashes to future generations) #herbariumspecimens #seaweed
What Victorian-era seaweed pressings reveal about our changing seas
A âwomenâs pastimeâ practised by Queen Victoria, âseaweedingâ spread from the UK to California â now the samples are pro...
This week, we learn about the incredible history of African rice & how women hid this & other crop seeds in their hair in their escape from slavery on Suriname plantations. Here, a Maroon descendent demonstrates the braiding technique:
New on #FoodiePharmacology, learn about the incredible story of how enslaved African women hid rice varieties & crop seeds in their hair braids in their escape from plantations to the forest, where thriving Maroon communities were established and persist today in Suriname. 1/3
In the years since European settlement in N. America, 65 plant species, subspecies and varieties have been lost forever in the wild.
Currently face masks being used by 49% of Americans. We need to get to 85-95%. I don’t think that’s posible without a mandate. Why not think about it like the way we have regulated cell phone use while driving?
Already time to set things up for my springtime course HLTH340: “Food, Health, and Society” at @emorycollege ! Picked these fantastic books by @marynmck @DanEnRoute & Mark Kurlansky for the course! Class will be 100% online & open to 170 students!
I updated my profile with @pharmacognosy! If you share the love for #NaturalProducts research and #DrugDiscovery - then this is the society for you! Proud to be an #ASPmember 🙌
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Random cuteness for your Friday evening 🙂 ! Both were happily wagging their tails during chow time! Cross-species buddies! #minipig #dogsoftwitter
I have two beautiful Pawpaw's growing in my yard!
How to Grow (and Eat) a #Pawpaw https://t.co/WKLn9E7suh
Starting now! The @NIH_NCCIH Virtual Workshop: Analgesic Properties of Minor #Cannabinoids & #Terpenes! Isaac & I will be presenting an update on our work exploring the analgesic effects of #hops #terpenes for #pain this morning. Program & event link: https://t.co/h7qDL3UWCk
A COVID-19 Vaccine Could Rely on Rare Trees in Chile - The Atlantic
The Tree That Could Help Stop the Pandemic
The rare Chilean soapbark tree produces compounds that can boost the bodyâs reaction to vaccines.