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What is a Microbiologist?

Micro means 'tiny' which usually refers to particles which cannot be seen in the naked eye, and 'bio' means life while 'logy or logos' means study. A microbiologist is a person who investigates things or studies in the field microbiology. Microbiologists investigate the growth and characteristics of microscopic organisms such as bacteria, algae, or fungi. Most microbiologists specialize in the environmental, food, agricultural or medical aspects in either medical or industrial microbiology; virology (the study of viruses); immunology (the study of mechanisms that fight infections); or bioinformatics. Many microbiologists use biotechnology to advance knowledge of cell reproduction and human disease.

Specialists in the broad field of microbiology include:
Bacteriologists, who work in the field of bacteriology and study bacteria.

Environmental microbiologists - work in the field of environmental microbiology and study microbial processes in the environment.

Food microbiologists, who work in the food industry and study pathogenic microorganisms that cause foodborne illness and spoilage.

Industrial microbiologists who generally work in biotechnology and study microorganisms that produce useful products.

Medical microbiologists, medical practitioners (physicians) who have chosen to specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of microbial diseases in patients.

Mycologists, work in the field of mycology and study fungi.
Protozoologists, who work in the field of protozoology and study protists.
Virologists, who work in the field of virology and study viruses.
Microbial epidemiologists, who study the role of microorganisms in health and illness.
Immunologists, who study how the body defends itself against viruses etc..

 

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