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Bernard Fried, professor emeritus of biology, has published a paper in a peer-reviewed journal and accepted an invitation to speak at a Johns Hopkins University seminar.

Fried joined Joseph Sherma, professor emeritus of chemistry, and Janna Pachuski ’02 in writing “HPTLC analysis of amino acids in Biomphalaria glabrata infected with Schistosoma mansoni,” published in Journal of Liquid Chromatography & Related Technologies. A biochemistry graduate, Pachuski is attending medical school.

Fried will give a talk tentatively titled “Recent Advances in the Biology of Intestinal Trematodes” at Johns Hopkins University Jan. 23. He will review recent studies on food- and water-borne trematodiasis on a world-wise basis, including information on his research on echinostomes as models to better understand problems of human trematodiasis.

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