virology

[ US /vɪˈɹɑɫədʒi/ ]
[ UK /vɪɹˈɒləd‍ʒi/ ]
NOUN
  1. the branch of medical science that studies viruses and viral diseases
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How To Use virology In A Sentence

  • He was to investigate the pathology, the pesticide levels in the blubber, try to do bacteriology and virology.
  • She referred to the National Committee on Post-Vaccination Incidents, which is manned by experts in, among other fields, public health, virology and microbiology from universities established by the health ministry.
  • To answer this question, we will conclude this week's piece with excerpts from a rejoinder titled "The Arithmetic of Subsidy, the 'Isiro' of Deceit" (isiro in Yoruba translates to calculation) XX by Oyewale Tomori, a Professor of Virology on page 64 in the Vanguard
  • But many of the new medical advances are in areas such as oncology, ophthalmology, or virology, where treatments vary from patient to patient and don't lend themselves to a cutesy 30-second sales pitch.
  • The student group tours touch on all aspects of the medical laboratory such as hematology, microbiology, virology and cytopathology. The Daily News - News
  • A pre-med student with a particular interest in virology? Freedom Fighter
  • Modern virology - and indeed the scientific understanding of viruses as distinct from bacteria and other pathogens - developed in the early decades of the twentieth century.
  • Dr. Wakefield brings to the project a wealth of research abilities in the fields of gastroenterology, virology, and immunology.
  • Virology, bacteriology and blood testing were mentioned in particular.
  • But modern technical training in medicine or virology or nuclear physics isn't the same thing as a liberal education; you can have modern technical skills and an un-modern worldview.
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