The Center for Virus Research/Stem Cell Research Center Vaccine Symposium on May 14th, 2018 was a success. Over 65 attendees joined us at Gross Hall for a half day symposium on Viral Vaccines and a live taping of a podcast:
Analysis of more than 200 newly discovered RNA viruses confirms that they co-evolved with their vertebrate hosts over millions of years. Read the article here.
Anthony James, vector biologist & CVR member, describes how we might genetically modify mosquitoes to make them unable to pass malaria on to humans. Listen Here.
The Center for Virus Research and the Stem Cell Research Center invite you to join us for a special symposium on Monday, May 14th, 2018 at Gross Hall Conference Center from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Morning refreshments and lunch will be provided.
This year’s flu vaccination, based on predictions of viral mutations, has not been as effective as last year’s against the most pervasive strains of flu, said Shruti Gohil, assistant professor of infectious diseases in the School of Medicine at UC