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Ever wonder where #capers come from? Capparis spinosa -unopened flower bud is caper (left); fruit is caper "berry" (right) #ExpeditionEgadi
Busy day of plant collecting! #ExpeditionEgadi Day 1 coming to a close.
#fieldwork #QuaveLab #medicinalplants
When your PI is an expert chef and can whip up delicious pasta for four in minutes!
Thanks to the #Emory URC research grant for funding our summer #fieldwork in the Aegadian Islands!
We're all a hot mess! Putting together a plant dryer. Day 1 #ExpeditionEgadi
"DNA of 234-year-old tree has few mutations, giving weight to idea that plants protect their stem cells"
Evening light in Levanzo.
We've reached the first site for our 3-island ethnobotanical survey…
Ready to jump on the ferry. First stop in the Aegadian Islands is Levanzo! #fieldwork #ethnobotany #QuaveLab #Italy #Sicily
We're packed & en route to Sicily for month of #research. Hardest thing about #fieldwork is being away from my kids for so long #WomenInSTEM
Growing risk of antibiotic resistance has experts rethinking & reducing use in acne treatment.
Antibiotic Resistance in Acne Treatment
This Clinical Evidence Synopsis summarizes the evidence for antibiotic resistance in acne and how resistance affects treatment.
@edyong209 on gender parity in his sources. If you don't make different decisions - nothing will change. @RySciDean #csmwaterloo2017
The Weed Whisperer | Emory Medicine Magazine | Emory University #QuaveLab #ethnobotany @emoryherbarium #drugdisovery
Our first shipment of new plant samples from my summer fieldwork arrived in #QuaveLab today! Students excited to get work on extractions!
The botanists’ last stand: The daring work of saving the last samples of dying species via @qz
"La vittoria più bello e quella che ancora deve venire" - Enzo Ferrari
[The finest victory is that which is yet to be won]
Interesting new find - and from #Italian soil! In the hunt for new antibiotics, scientists hit pay dirt
In the hunt for new antibiotics, scientists hit pay dirt
Soil is full of microbes that produce toxins to kill their neighbors, which makes it a great source for antibiotic drugs.
#QuaveLab research feature in latest @EmoryMedicine magazine. Check out gorgeous Schinus illustration by Dr. Samarakoon of @EmoryHerbarium !
I just uploaded v21 of a research paper in 2nd round of review. This baby has been polished to shine! Fingers crossed it passes this round!
I love getting presents- especially when it's a box of plant books! 1 is almost 200 years old! #betterthanchocolates
We had our weekly research group meeting today (by teleconference as I'm in the field in Italy…
New Quiet Branches from @IHStreet! "The State of The World's Medicinal Plants"
The State of The World’s Medicinal Plants
Humans are inspired by nature in all sorts of ways. A substantial part of that natural world is the plants surrounding us. Some common, most rare, and...
Agreed (esp. for #plants)! "Natural product research is poised to regain prominence in delivering new drugs to solve the antibiotic crisis."
Latest musings on the state of the state of the universe... https://t.co/8kYIZZaSje
Exciting news from Janda et al @scrippsresearch! @NIHFunding yields potential vaccine for opioids. Great to see support from @NIHDirector!
Busy morning in my field office! Keying out 30 species collected from the Vulture Alto-Bradano region of #Italy
My interview on #medicinalplants role in #drugdiscovery for #AMR now up in this podcast on #Epidemics
This week on The Front Row - the battle against epidemics of the future and the weapons we're using to fight them: https://t.co/7Ya1244QQc
Check out this cool episode on Future of Epidemics featuring interview on #medicinalplants https://t.co/UwFX3txnGg
To find new #medicine for dangerous infections we need to ask the right questions 🌿💊 #seb2017 keynote from @QuaveEthnobot #ethnobotany
Cassandra Quave presenting keynote: #Ethnobotany and the post-antibiotic era
#SEB2017 #AMR #drugdiscovery
Fantastic, alarming talk by @QuaveEthnobot on antibiotic resistance - but promising leads from plants #seb2017
#treehugger fun in Montesinho, Portugal! Ethnobotanists admiring a 500+ year old Chestnut tree…
The most important skill any leader — any person, really — can learn is how and when to say “no.” https://t.co/BLTql0I6wj