How I became Microbiologist- my interview in idstewardship

July 21, 2016:  I had a tight schedule this July. I was so engrossed in my daily routine: regular lab work, ongoing student examinations along with added responsibilities in my personal life that I lost the track of time which increased the piles of unread emails in my inbox that needed to be acknowledged. That day, I managed to read and reply to all emails I got from  Most of the emails were usual; the queries from my valuable readers regarding the confusion/problem they have either in their Microbiology class or on a working bench of their laboratory.

My story my life

One of the emails seemed unusual; the subject “interview request” drew my attention. It was an email from Timothy P. Gauthier, in which he had expressed an interest to interview me in his famous column “One-On-One” for the website Idstewardship is one of the leading pharmacology websites which aims to help current and future healthcare practitioners and others too.

After a few email exchanges, we became ready for the interview. The interview has now been published in idstewardship.

 You can access the full interview here.  

 In this interview, you can find more information regarding my academic journey, and my motivation for founding among others.

Finally, I am grateful to idstewardship team and personally to Timothy P. Gauthier for providing me with this great opportunity. I am equally thankful to you all.

If you want to share your views, or suggestions regarding my interview, email me or let me know in the comment section below.

Acharya Tankeshwar

Hello, thank you for visiting my blog. I am Tankeshwar Acharya. Blogging is my passion. As an asst. professor, I am teaching microbiology and immunology to medical and nursing students at PAHS, Nepal. I have been working as a microbiologist at Patan hospital for more than 10 years.

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