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Suellen Hopfer, University of California Irvine – Social Media Strategies to Educate Young Adults on Vaccines – The Academic Minute

How do we best educate young adults about vaccines? Suellen Hopfer, assistant professor of health, society, and behavior at the University of California, Irvine program in public health, discusses social media’s role. Suellen Hopfer has a PhD in health communication and post-doctorate training in prevention methods and randomized trial designs. She has been teaching and conducting research…

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UC researchers win grant to develop pandemic prediction technology – The Daily Bruin

A team of researchers from UCLA and UC Irvine won a grant in September to design a system to detect signs of future pandemics using artificial intelligence. The 18-month grant, for just under $996,000, was awarded through the National Science Foundation’s Predictive Intelligence for Pandemic Prevention program, according to the NSF. By using open-source intelligence –…

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Bert L. Semler gave the John Holland Plenary lecture at the 2022 American Society for Virology Meeting

Bert L. Semler gave the John Holland Plenary lecture on “Persistent Enterovirus Genomic Variants and their Involvement in Cardiac Pathogenesis” at the 2022 American Society for Virology Meeting at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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Congratulations to Dr. Roberto Tinoco and his lab members for their newly published paper.

Dr. Roberto Tinoco and his lab members recently published a paper on “PD-1 Immune Checkpoint Blockade and PSGL-1 Inhibition Synergize to Reinvigorate Exhausted T Cells”

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