Frontiers supplement

October 7, 2005

  Frontiers:
research careers in infectious diseases

Published in The Times Higher
on October 7 2005 Introduction  

Find your niche  
Colin Blakemore advises all young researchers to consider a career strategy
  The fair and the fowl  
The race to beat avian flu before it takes off
  This fight is personal  
A relative's death spurred one woman's war on Aids
  Foreign intrigue  
Is a foreign affair right for your career?
  Target woman  
TB, an age-old killer, is back and badder than ever
  To catch a killer on the wing  
The scourge of malaria is is undiminished
  Here for the cheer  
Top-flight researchers give advice to young scientists
 

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