Make a difference this Giving Tuesday

On #GivingTuesday – make a difference by supporting a unique research training opportunity in #QuaveLab & #Emory #Herbarium. For every $7k raised, I can support an immersive summer #STEM #undergrad #research experience. Make a tax-deductible donation with Emory at donate.etnobotanica.us

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New book chapter: Methods in the Extraction and Chemical Analysis of Medicinal Plants

New book chapter published on methods for the extraction and analysis of natural products from plants! [Link] Salam, A.M., J.T. Lyles, and C.L. Quave. (2019). Methods in the Extraction and Chemical Analysis of Medicinal Plants. In: Methods and Techniques in Ethnobiology and Ethnoecology. U.P. Albuquerque, L.V.F.C. da Cunha, R.F.P de Lucena,…

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New review published: Opportunities for Plant Natural Products in Infection Control

We have a new review article published in Current Opinion in Microbiology: Salam, A. and C.L. Quave (2018). Opportunities for plant natural products in infection control. Current Opinion in Microbiology 45: 189-194 [Link] Abstract: The continued spread of antimicrobial resistance represents one of the most serious infectious disease threats to global…

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Quave Lab Schedule at ASM Microbe Conference

Quave Lab is presenting at ASM Microbe – come see us! Saturday, 6/9/18, 11am-1pm in building B poster hall: Jubilee Park presenting her work on resistance modifying agents for Acinetobacter baumannii at Poster 787 Sunday, 6/10/18, 12:45-1:30 pm in the Exhibit and Poster hall, Building B – 369. Dr. Quave…

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New Job Opportunities in the Quave Research Group

Update: We have filled all of the openings advertised this summer. Thanks for your interest in the lab! Follow us on Social Media for new job listings as they become available. We have some exciting new job opportunities with the Quave Research Group at Emory University! Job listings are now posted…

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New Paper on Bioactivity of St. John’s Wort

Take a look at our latest article on the anti-infective properties of traditinal medicinal preparations. Here, we provide an example of traditional knowledge demonstrating sophisticated competence: harnessing a powerful plant while excluding a negative side-effect. This article is available by open access, free to view or download at the link…

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Quave gives input on new ways to inspire students about botany

In the latest issue of Native Plant News, Dr. Quave’s research and writing on innovative ways to engage students in botany is featured. Quave encourages the use of tools from ethnobotany to engage students with the natural world: “The biggest ‘ah-ha’ moments come when [students] start to recognize their own…

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Medicina Popolare del Vulture now available for purchase!

Good news! Following many requests, Medicina Popolare del Vulture: Traditional Medicine of the Vulture-Alto Bradano area, Southern Italy (self-published, 2009) is now available for purchase via Blurb’s print-on-demand service. As this is a self-published book, the print on demand service can be a bit pricey – but it is the…

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