Bats can carry some of the most dangerous viruses known to humans without appearing to succumb to them. From SARS-like coronaviruses to Ebola viruses — The Schmidt Lab seeks to understand how bats' immune systems allow this in Part 2 of our series.
Dr. Ghebremichael’s course provides a unique learning opportunity for African students and a way to develop the field of biostatistics in their own communities
Dr. Idris discusses what drew her to research, the specifics of her malaria work, as well as what she’s looking forward to in her new role.
Ndung’u was awarded the 2023 Leadership Award in Public Health Practice by the Harvard Chan School as well as the K.T. Jeang Retrovirology Prize from the journal, Retrovirology.
The multinational research group collected samples to understand the immune systems of bats
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