Tag Archives: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

ID News Round-Up

Summary of recent news from the world of infectious diseases including preparing for the next flu pandemic, recent US outbreaks of hepatitis A, and the risk of measles at the 2018 World Cup in Russia…

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A Forum for Cutting-Edge Vaccine Research Updates

The field of vaccinology continues to expand and innovate in basic science discovery, product development, market introduction, and adoption into immunization programs. Continual achievements are moving the field forward, with the expectation that many current, challenging diseases may become vaccine-preventable or vaccine-treatable in the near future…

Richard L. Guerrant, MD

Improving the Lives of Children in Resource-Poor Areas

According to William A. Petri, Jr., MD, PhD, a friend and colleague of Richard L. Guerrant, MD, the recipient of 2014 Maxwell Finland Award for Scientific Achievement, “Dr. Guerrant is an international leader in the field of gastrointestinal pathogens and his hallmark contributions to better understanding of the causes, long-term effects, and treatment of persistent or chronic […]

A World in Which All Enjoy Lives Free from Vaccine-Preventable Diseases

This is a guest blog from Jon S. Abramson, MD, Chair of Pediatrics at Wake Forest University School of Medicine and incoming chair of the World Health Organization (WHO) Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE). He is delivering a keynote address on the “Decade of Vaccines” at the 16th Annual Conference on Vaccine Research. As a member of the […]