Monday, March 11, 2019

Biophage Research at Monash University

Dr Benjamin Chan from Yale now has my medical info from my various doctors and a couple of hospital discharge summaries. I hope they can make progress in getting FDA approval and schedule me in!

In the meantime I came across an Australian researcher, Monash biologist Dr Jeremy J. Barr, who was awarded a Ramaciotti Award grant for Biomedical Research worth $137,534. His research is in bacteriophage treatment to combat antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections.

www.monash.edu/science/news/current/monash-biologist-awarded-over-$130,000-to-investigate-bacteriophage-therapy

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