Vanessa C. Harris, MD, PhD, answered our questions about her research on how the intestinal microbiome may help improve oral vaccine effectiveness in low-income countries.
Ève Dubé, PhD, answered our questions about vaccine hesitancy, best practices for increasing vaccination rates, and the best communication strategy to use with patients/caregivers—topics she also presented at IDWeek 2019.
Paul Van Buynder, from Griffith University in Queensland, Australia, answers our questions about the uptake of vaccination in pregnant women, a topic he will also speak about at the 13th Vaccine Congress.
Adwoa Bentsi-Enchill, a medical epidemiologist with the Department of Immunization Vaccines and Biologicals at WHO, answers our questions about WHO’s latest update on global typhoid vaccination.
Buddy Creech, MD, MPH, answers our questions about the importance of vaccine safety as a response to vaccine hesitancy, and what that means for public health.
Results of a recent survey showed that Meningitis B vaccination is under recommended by family practitioners and pediatricians. So, we asked Dr Sarah Mbaeyi from the CDC to clear the air.
Sarah Gilbert from the University of Oxford answers our questions about her research on an influenza vaccine that targets cellular immunity for adults aged 65 years and older.