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Radcliffe Institute Announces 2013-14 Fellows

5.8.13

From left: Claudine Gay, Jennifer Hoffman, and Michael Kremer

From left: Claudine Gay, Jennifer Hoffman, and Michael Kremer

The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study has announced the 49 fellows—scholars and artists—who will be in residence during the 2013-2014 academic year. Fifteen, an unusually high proportion, are Harvard faculty members:

For the complete list of fellows and descriptions of their projects, visit the Radcliffe Institute website.

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Harvard Study Shows How Antibiotics Disrupt Babies’ Microbiomes

Anopheles gambiae is one of many mosquito species in the genus Anopheles that transmit malaria to humans. At least one species of Anopheles, when infected with Wolbachia bacteria, appears not to act as a vector of the malaria parasite. Photograph courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control

Bacteria Could Help Prevent Malaria, New Harvard Study Finds

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Harvard Study Shows How Antibiotics Disrupt Babies’ Microbiomes

Anopheles gambiae is one of many mosquito species in the genus Anopheles that transmit malaria to humans. At least one species of Anopheles, when infected with Wolbachia bacteria, appears not to act as a vector of the malaria parasite. Photograph courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control

Bacteria Could Help Prevent Malaria, New Harvard Study Finds