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Sparrho Heroes Community
Our global community of over 18,000 active users curates and summarises science on Sparrho just like you. Find out more about fellow Curators, check who’s hot in Sparrho’s world and get tips on boosting your status as a science communicator!
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Linda is a Postdoctoral Fellow,
PhD in Pathology and Molecular Medicine, affiliated with Vanderbilt University, University of Cincinnati, Case Western Reserve University and Northwestern University.
Research suggests that the composition of our gut microbiome (the types of bacteria living in our intestines) may play a role in how Covid-19 affects us because of the way they regulate inflammation in the body.
Artificial sweeteners appeal to a lot of people as a magic bullet for weight loss, but – as researchers have found – they can cause havoc in the gut, making us susceptible to illnesses and even craving for sweets.
Scientists are human, just like the rest of us. COVID-19 doesn't take a day off, so neither can they. We want to bring them together and celebrate them, to show the faces of the people changing the world - the #ScienceHeroes. Read more
How to showcase your science
As a Sparrho user, you probably have already created a pinboard or two. But how about making them stand out? Check out our tips on pinning so you can showcase your research field and yourself as the expert… and improve your chances of getting the Researcher Prize. Read more
How to write an ace pinboard summary
Hate writing summaries? This guide will dissect how to explain your research in an engaging and informative way and boost your science communicator status! Read more
If was thrilled with the shortlisting, now I am even more stoked! So delighted with the jury finding my research interesting enough to be awarded this prize! Cheers @sparrho, looking forward to report from the conference! https://t.co/76ySfp4Jj2
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