Dr. Ira Longini and other WHO researchers offer guidance on approaches to track, understand and mitigate COVID-19 virus variants.
Patients with a vitamin D deficiency were four times more likely to be COVID-19 positive than those with a sufficient amount of the crucial vitamin, a unique UF data study finds.
While children are less susceptible to COVID-19, when they do become infected they can be nearly 60% more likely than adults over 60 to infect exposed family members.
The college has selected 13 honorees for its Outstanding Alumni awards.
Infectious disease modeler and biostatistician Ira Longini is applying decades of experience to help design and analyze clinical trials to identify a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine.
Which global distribution strategy for a hypothetical COVID-19 vaccine will save the most lives?
The WHO Solidarity Trial will test multiple vaccines at possibly hundreds of sites in tens of thousands of participants to find vaccines with at least 50% efficacy.
Increased parenting responsibilities may impact career productivity. Dr. Natalie Dean and colleagues offer recommendations for academic institutions.
The program trains doctoral students to become independent researchers in Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, tremor and ataxia.
Drs. Natalie Dean and Michelle Cardel share what they’ve learned about diversifying science conversations in the news and social media.