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From reading Dr Gregory Lewis's GCBR reading list (see the section on 'Technical knowledge/Basic sceince') it looks as if it might be useful for there to be a curated list of resources (or course) on basic cell and molecular biology, immunology and epidemiology for people pursuing a career in GCBRs. 

So, my question has two parts: 

1) Is there a significant number of people from non-biology backgrounds pursuing a career in GCBRs that could benefit from a curated list of resources? 

2) And if there is, is there much of a need for a curated list or is it easy enough for people to pick up the basics in those areas through Wikipedia and the like?




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