All articles related to "William P. Hanage":

Battling a 'superbug'

In this week’s podcast: The "superbug" that is igniting new concerns over antibiotic resistance, plus the common chemicals linked to health problems in women, and the global toll of slavery.

Targeting drug-resistant infections

November 25, 2015 -- Last week, Chinese and British scientists reported finding a strain of E. coli resistant to a last-resort antibiotic called colistin—and that this resistance can be transferred to other bacteria. Harvard Chan School’s William Hanage, an…

A selection of genetic discoveries at HSPH

[Fall 2013 Centennial issue] The late Armen Tashjian Jr., chair of the then-named Department of Molecular and Cellular Toxicology, made pioneering discoveries about how toxic environmental chemicals and therapeutic agents induce molecular changes; he also played a key…