Ohio Wesleyan University professor Edward H. Burtt Jr., and OWU scanning electron microscope technician Laura Tuhela-Reuning collaborated with 2009 OWU graduate Max R. Schroeder in research that suggests wild songbirds may help to spread methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), a difficult-to-treat and dangerous bacteria that sometimes is associated with hospital-acquired infections.

Ohio Wesleyan University professor Edward H. Burtt Jr., and OWU scanning electron microscope technician Laura Tuhela-Reuning collaborated with 2009 OWU graduate Max R. Schroeder in research that suggests wild songbirds may help to spread methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), a difficult-to-treat and dangerous bacteria that sometimes is associated with hospital-acquired infections.

Burtt and Tuhela-Reuning were incorrectly identified in a May 24 story.