Sanjat Kanjilal’s morning conference at MGH

My friend Dr. Sanjat Kanjilal gave a great morning conference today about Staph Aureus, with a focus on penicillin-sensitive staph aureus (PSSA). Follow Sanjat on Twitter and contact him if you are interested in learning more.

One of the things that came up in the discussion afterwards was that even though PSSA may be on the rise, our bacterial ecosystems are being perturbed and “Antibiotic Winter” remains a distinct possibility.

Staph aureus from sputum. Credit-- Wikipedia
Staph aureus from sputum. Credit– Wikipedia

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