Phage is the first novel of a science thriller trilogy. Dr. Sam Townsend faces the greatest challenge of his career, preventing Owen Potter, a deranged government scientist and home-grown terrorist, from unleashing a genetically-engineered pathogen on the United States population. This would-be mass assassin frames Townsend, who is forced to run from the FBI while scrambling to produce the antidote and wrestle the demons from his past. Even if Townsend succeeds in time, he is still faced with delivering the antidote to all of Potter’s victims who unknowingly have a biological time bomb ticking in their bodies.
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Mark Tamplin graduated with a PhD in Medical Sciences, from the University of South Florida, specializing in Medical Microbiology & Immunology. Internationally recognized for research in pathogen ecology and virulence, his career has encompassed research at the US Food & Drug Administration, University of Florida, and the US Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service. Over his career, he has advised the World Health Organization, the United Nations Food & Agricultural Organization, and the US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. Mark has published highly cited research in more than 100 journal articles and a dozen books, and has been interviewed by influential media—such as CNN, NBC Radio and The Washington Post. Numerous honors include appointment by the US Secretary of Agriculture to the National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods.
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Descripción Mark Tamplin, 2015. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0692519262