Recently in BMC Nephrology, an article by Kirkeskov et al. examines the employment status of dialysis and transplant patients. In this BMC Nephrology blog, Blog Editor Dr. Daphne Knicely will discuss the need for providers to recognize the challenges that dialysis and transplantation have on the ability to maintain previous aspects of their lives, especially employment.
Monthly Archives: December 2021
A novel approach to a plant-based diet unique to sauropod dinosaurs – Importance of data deposition in open repositories – Evidence-based policy suggestions to improve response to the COVID-19 pandemic – Persistence of SARS-CoV-2 infection on personal protective equipment – Cataloging recently mobile transposable elements in the human genome that contribute to genetic variation and disease – Exploring the benefits of participating in recreational physical activity community initiatives.
Dr. Gabriel Zorello Laporta is an Editorial Board Member of BMC Infectious Diseases working as a researcher at the ABC Medical School (FMABC) in Brazil. He is a research biologist looking to understand the long-term effects of anthropogenic activities in the ecology and evolution of zoonotic infectious diseases within a multi-scale framework encompassing bio-social and physical processes in ecosystems, biomes, and biosphere to improve sustainable human persistence in the planet.