Discovery Talks are the culmination of a month of TED-style training for experts in infectious disease at Ohio State. Their final projects, 10-minute TED-style talks, are available to view below.

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See what the Discovery Talks are all about by watching archived faculty and student Talks.

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Ohio State faculty with expertise in microbiology or infectious diseases are eligible to participate in executive communications training culminating in a new Discovery Talks presentation and membership in the Discovery Talks speakers bureau.

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Approach to Prevent EBV-Lymphoma in Transplant Recipients

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Periodontitis Phenotypes: Same Players, Different Playgrounds

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Taking Advantage of an Opportunity: Hydraulic Fracturing and Halanaerobium

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Hit Me with Your Best Shot: Choosing the Right Targets for an Effective RVS Vaccine

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Enhancing Public Safety by Controlling Salmonella in Poultry Using Small Molecule

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Public Policy: Why Should Scientists Participate?

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Flipping the Switch: Riboswitches as a Novel Target for Antibiotic Development

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A Tale of Two Risks: Smoking, Diabetes and Gum Disease

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Putting Fungal Ecology into Context

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Microbes, the Gut and the Autistic Brain

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Targeting Pathogenic Biofilms Through Metal Drug Design

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Mitochondria and Macrophages: New Directions in Cystic Fibrosis Research

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Taking a Detour: Bacterial Trafficking Patterns in Recurring Ear Infections

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Malaria: Shaken, not Stirred

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Legionella in Urban and Rural Environments

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Phage Therapy: A Solution to Superbugs

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Drug Discovery for a Neglected Tropical Disease

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Ecological Approaches to Manage Soil Borne Diseases in Crops

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Boosting Babies Immune Systems: Lessons from Mom

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Can Stress Make You Sick?

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Earth Observation for Emerging Infectious Disease Surveillance

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The Future of OPAT: Taking OPAT out of the Dark Ages and into the Light

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A New Take on an Old Disease: Studying TB in the Lung Microenvironment

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Canine Leptospirosis in the United States

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