Profile

Cover photo
Kevin Bonham
Works at Harvard Medical School
Attends Harvard GSAS
1,461 followers|393,860 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTube+1'sReviews

Stream

Kevin Bonham

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
It's real. And it's fucked.
Planned new rules would allow an Internet provider to negotiate separately with content companies and charge them for priority service.
1
1
Philip Durbin's profile photo
Add a comment...

Kevin Bonham

Shared publicly  - 
 
Spring is sooooo good. Makes writing not even feel like work.
2
Bev Feldman's profile photo
 
I'm also on my porch doing work! Enjoy the beautiful weather. 
Add a comment...

Kevin Bonham

Shared publicly  - 
 
New grill, amazing weather - 30th birthdays are awesome!
5
John Chase's profile photoIra Wardhani's profile photo
2 comments
 
Happy 30th from the students at Grandview Heights School in Edmonton!!
Add a comment...

Kevin Bonham

Shared publicly  - 
 
Great success!
11
Karin Hungerbühler's profile photoGilbert Faure's profile photoAlex Wright's profile photo
3 comments
 
congratulations!
your cake on scientific american blog has been posted on  http://www.scoop.it/t/immunology enjoy!
if you are interested in participating, feel free to send me your e-mail adress
Add a comment...

Kevin Bonham

Shared publicly  - 
 
The really interesting thing about this is that the "drastic cuts" that Hagel is proposing actually represent an increase in spending over the current sequester level.

In any case, finally something that libertarians and progressives can agree on - our military budget is ridiculous.
 
Defense Secretary Hagel's proposal for "deep" cuts in military spending is, of course, being met with cries of pain and warnings of doom. While the details remain to be seen, and we may quibble with the specifics of the reductions, some context is in order:
4
1
Prince Ghuman's profile photo
Add a comment...
In his circles
400 people
Have him in circles
1,461 people
Prince Ghuman's profile photo
 
 
Build interactive books using Git and Markdown: http://bit.ly/1jOt6un

Spent some time playing with Gitbook last night: really simple workflow, intuitive structure, beautiful theme, interactive quizzes, code highlighting, and more. In short, awesome. Definitely worth checking out!
1
Kevin Bonham's profile photoMichael Rowe's profile photo
7 comments
 
I have the same issues. I have 3 postgrad students who use Drive to share their stuff with me and it works well. The others just use Word. We're starting to use Drive in a big way among colleagues but it's been a long and difficult task getting them online. They need to see the value before they'll commit.
Add a comment...
 
How Food Insecurity Hampers Efforts at HIV Treatment in the Developing Countries

Fantastic guest post on +Food Matters blog. +Todd Bixby - is this an example of the "one health" concept?

via Layla Eplett 
1
1
Food Matters's profile photo
Add a comment...

Kevin Bonham

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
#EqualPay Day—the day that marks how far into the year a woman must work, on average, to earn as much as a man earned the previous year—is a challenge to America’s leaders. It's a reminder that our fight for equality in our society remains unfinished and incomplete. On this day, let’s work to make equal pay for equal work more than a mantra, but a reality for all Americans. 
1
Add a comment...

Kevin Bonham

Shared publicly  - 
 
Excellent post. There was some good reporting on this study on on the NPR show "Here and Now" back when it first came out, amazing how easy it is to twist it.
 
Latest post for SciAm Food Matters!
1
Add a comment...
 
Like a github repository but for lab protocols. The bench tools apps by this developer are really good, I can see this thing having legs.
11
4
Kevin Bonham's profile photoPhilip Durbin's profile photoOpen Science's profile photoDmitry Lupyan's profile photo
2 comments
 
Excellent! Me too ($50)
Add a comment...
People
In his circles
400 people
Have him in circles
1,461 people
Prince Ghuman's profile photo
Work
Occupation
Scientist
Skills
Science, biochemistry, education, illustration
Employment
  • Harvard Medical School
    Curriculum Fellow, 2014 - present
  • Harvard U
    Graduate Student, 2008 - 2014
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Story
Tagline
I'm a doctor, but not the kind that helps people.
Introduction
I'm an immunologist and an aspiring microbiologist and bioinformaticist. I know way to much about TLR adaptor proteins.

I teach immunology at Harvard, and infectious diseases at Emerson. I blog about food at Scientific American, and podcast about the immune system at emmunity.org. Oh, and my fiancée is a rock star
Education
  • Harvard GSAS
    Immunology, 2008 - present
  • University of California, San Diego
    Biochemistry and Cell Biology, 2002 - 2006
Links
Other profiles
Contributor to
Kevin Bonham's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
Duolingo: Learn Languages Free
market.android.com

Learn Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, and English. Totally fun and 100% free.• Google Play's "Best of the Best" 2013.• "Among

Tasker
market.android.com

Total Automation, from settings to SMS. ADC2 finalist!* Triggers: App, Time, Day, Location, Hard/Soft State, Event, Shortcut, Widget, Timer,

Pushbullet
market.android.com

Pushbullet is the easiest and fastest way to send almost anything to your phone, to your computer, or even to friends!With Pushbullet, you c

Meadhall
plus.google.com

Meadhall hasn't shared anything on this page with you.

Evernote Widget
market.android.com

**A versão mais recente do Evernote é necessária para usar o app Evernote Widget**O Evernote Widget permite que você acesse a principal func

Maps
market.android.com

Explore new places, discover local favorites, and navigate your world with Google Maps. Available on Android phones and tablets with a simpl

Skitch
market.android.com

Make it perfect with Skitch.Skitch lets you communicate your ideas in an instant. Annotate images and documents with arrows, stamps, shapes,

Science “Wine Snobs” | Food Matters, Scientific American Blog Network
blogs.scientificamerican.com

Alton Brown’s got our science communication conundrum solved. Brown, celebrity host of Food Network’s Good Eats, Iron Chef America, and Cutt

Pocket Casts
market.android.com

Stay up to date with all the latest podcasts with one easy to use app. Simply add your favorite podcasts, and you'll be able to download or

Netflix
market.android.com

Netflix is the world’s leading subscription service for watching TV episodes and movies on your phone. This Netflix mobile application deliv

Twitter
market.android.com

With Twitter, you can watch the world unfold like never before. • Get real-time stories, pictures, videos, conversations, ideas, and inspira

What are you thinking, Mr. President? — BuzzMachine
buzzmachine.com

I wrote this for the Guardian, where the discussion is quite lively, approaching 1,500 comments. I'm posting it here a few days later for th

Droidicious (delicious client)
market.android.com

This is the ad free version of Droidicious, a delicious.com client with the following features:Navigation: ★ Search by tag and link data ★ S

Droidicious Free (delicious)
market.android.com

This is the ad supported version of Droidicious, a delicious.com client with the following features:Navigation: ★ Search by tag and link dat

Google Authenticator
market.android.com

Google Authenticator generates 2-step verification codes on your phone.Enable 2-step verification to protect your account from hijacking by

DashClock Widget
market.android.com

DashClock is a replacement lock screen clock widget for Android 4.2+ phones and tablets. It also exposes additional status items called exte

Chrome Browser - Google
market.android.com

Browse fast with the Chrome web browser on your Android phone and tablet. Sign in to sync your Chrome browser experience from your computer

Hangouts (replaces Talk)
market.android.com

Hangouts brings one-on-one and group conversations to life with photos, emoji, and video calls for free. Connect with friends across compute

Critic of Pseudoscience = Defender of Industry? - Collide-a-Scape
blogs.discovermagazine.com

If you follow the public debate on genetically modified foods, you know it's become unhinged from reality. This is because green groups and

Small Things Considered: TWiM #59: Are Viruses Part of Our Immune System?
feedproxy.google.com

Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, and Michael Schmidt. Vincent and Michael discuss the finding that bacteriophage might be part of the mucosal anti

Great selection of beers on tap, and they're constantly changing. Can get mobbed at certain times of day, but the bar is huge and bartenders are responsive. Never tried the food.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Great! Egg sandwich used like 3 eggs, and bacon was only $0.25 extra. Coffee was tastey and fresh (though a bit hot). Staff was friendly, even to the 60 year old dude that was hitting on the 17 year old cashier. One of the employees offered to run an extension cord out of the kitchen so I could plug in my laptop. No complaints, nice little diner.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Delicious food - my favorite is the "Not So Safe and Sound" pizza. I've never been there just to eat, always for shows at Club Passim - the main restaurant seems like it might be a bit cramped, but well worth it. They've got some beer and wine, not a huge selection but nothing bad. Totally awesome vibe when watching music and eating delicious vegetarian food (for the record: I'm not a vegetarian). Also check out their partner restaurant, Veggie Galaxy on Mass Ave, it's like a greasy American Diner, but all veg (and even some vegan deserts that taste better than the "normal" versions).
• • •
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Food is absolutely amazing, employees are absolutely terrible. They make it seem as if taking your order is an affront to their sensibility, and serving you torturous. Unfortunately, their sandwiches are amazing so I keep going back despite the dismal service.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: Very goodService: Poor to fair
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
31 reviews
Map
Map
Map
Charming little french bistro - decor pretty faithfully reproduces something you might find in Paris. Be prepared to wait if you want to sit outside on a nice day, but I was seated immediately inside. Food was fantastic - had the Figaro omelette (brie, mushroom and avocado). Coffee was nothing special but fine. My server was all business, but some of the others seemed more friendly. Prompt service, food took about 15 minutes despite the place being packed, coffee came immediately. Really good food, charming atmosphere and very reasonable prices ($16 after tip for omelette and coffee). Highly recommended.
• • •
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Friendly teachers, fair prices, relaxing atmosphere. All the teachers are excellent - I have some favorites, but I'll keep that a secret. One thing to be aware of - "Basics" classes here aren't great for total newbs, they seem to cater more to people that have done yoga before but are out of practice or want a slower pace. "Intermediate" classes can be quite intense. They do offer workshops that are for true beginners, where they go over all the poses and spend a lot of time correcting form, but those only happen once/month or so.
• • •
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Best latté I've ever had. I have to load up starbucks lattés with sugar, but these are delicious on their own. Employees are friendly, and the owner sometimes shows up to work and is a class act himself.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago