TB R&D Weekly Update: Podcast Interview with Eric Nuermberger

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Summary: Dr. Eric Nuermberger is Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. The WGND had the opportunity to talk with Dr. Nuermberger on a recent article entitled “PA-824 exhibits time-dependent activity in a murine model of tuberculosis” that we covered in a previous TB R&D Weekly Update. The article is published in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy in January 2011. In the interview, Dr. Nuermberger provides an overview of his present research, key results presented in the article, and in vitro and preclinical testing of TB drug regimens.

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