#FEMSmicroBlog: When two pathogens interact in one host

In this blog, NYU Tandon Alum Emilia Bianchini and Industry Associate Professor Richard A. Stein explained how a better understanding of pathogen interactions may help us limit the transmission of infectious microbes: “This will help us put together a framework based on outbreaks and in-depth analyses of a multitude of mechanisms. Infectious disease outbreaks can thus be managed better, resulting in improved scientific, medical and public health results,” said the team.