Kirk Hevener, an assistant professor at ISU-Meridian, is profiled in a March article appearing on the Institute of Translational Health Sciences
Kirk Hevener, an assistant professor of biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences at ISU-Meridian, is profiled in a March article appearing on the Institute of Translational Health Sciences website. The article discusses his research into alternative treatments for Clostridium difficile, the toxin-producing bacterium that causes inflammation in the colon. Read more at https://www.iths.org/blog/
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