A battle against antibiotic resistance

  28 June 2019

As an epidemiology postdoc at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, Maya Nadimpalli became interested in antibiotic resistance among young children in low-income countries. Now at Tufts University near Boston, Massachusetts, Nadimpalli shares the opportunities and challenges of studying public health in developing nations.

Further reading: Nature
Author(s): Virginia Gewin
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