Blog articles tagged with: infectious disease

New CDI Director Named

August 23, 2019

A Passion for Viruses

June 18, 2019

Staph-busters

July 31, 2018

HIV Therapy

June 29, 2018

Shrinking the Divide

April 6, 2016
PrEP

Access to PrEP: A “Game Changer” for HIV

December 10, 2015

Pre-exposure prophylaxis, also known as PrEP, is the use of antiviral medications to prevent HIV before someone is exposed. Scholar Rupa Patel, MD, offers an overview of PReP and related challenges, and three people share their stories learning about and obtaining the drug.

A Health Threat Anywhere Is a Health Threat Everywhere

November 12, 2015

Dr. Stephen Redd, Director of the Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, discusses the CDC’s role in threat prevention, and highlights the impact of the Ebola outbreak.

Global Health – The Next Generation

September 16, 2015

Dr. Peter Hotez, global health expert and keynote for Global Health Week, weighs in on capturing and sustaining our ability to improve health outcomes around the world.

Unearthing the Potential of Soil Bacteria

March 30, 2015

Dr. Dantas and his team study the ecology, evolution and transmission dynamics of microbes and their antibiotic resistance genes across multiple habitats, towards building better predictive models of resistance selection and dissemination.

Aging with HIV

March 19, 2015

Flying in the Face of Infection

March 5, 2015

Infection prevention and aviation may seem like an odd couple to scientists who study germ theory and the ecology of biofilm on medical devices, but in clinical practice lessons from the flight deck may prove as important as the newest technological innovation.

Steven Lawrence