“Quinolone and Multidrug Resistance: the Challenge of Microbial Ingenuity” on May 12

hooper-davidPlease join us for an Emory Antibiotic Resistance Center seminar, “Quinolone and Multidrug Resistance: the Challenge of Microbial Ingenuity.”

Date: Thursday, May 12
Time: 3 p.m., poster session at 4 p.m.
Speaker: David Hooper, MD 
Chief, Infection Control Unit
Associate Chief, Infectious Diseases
Massachusetts General Hospital
Location: Emory Health Sciences Research Building

If you are interested in presenting a poster, please contact Andrea Kirwan (andrea.kirwan@emory.edu).

Refreshments will be provided.
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