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#TB team has remote job opportunities available! Position Summary: The Department of Medicine has 11 divisions, more than 300 employees and more than $68 million in expenditures annually. The mission of the Department of Medicine […]
Recently published recommendations for the prevention of pediatric HIV infection say people with HIV should be counseled about infant feeding prior to conception or as early as possible in pregnancy. The recommendations address replacement feeding […]
IDSI Affiliated Faculty Dr. Andrew Noymer on “COVID vaccines remain optional at K-12 schools. Will colleges keep requiring them?”.
College COVID-19 vaccine requirements are facing renewed scrutiny now that California has walked back plans to mandate the shots in K-12 schools and the state and federal governments are ending their pandemic states of emergency. […]
Doctors couldn’t figure out what was wrong with Devin Buckley. It was February 2018, and the previously healthy 18-year-old found that he couldn’t walk to the bathroom without becoming winded. That was in addition to […]
IDSI Affiliates Faculty Dr. Bernadette Boden-Albala ft BeckersHR “FDA panel votes for bivalent COVID-19 shots, debates ‘annual’ schedule”.
Meeting based on all COVID-19 vaccines and how it should be targeted to the original and dominant strains, an FDA advisory panel said Jan. 26, but members debated whether a new modified vaccine every 12 […]
IDSI Faculty Advisory Board Dr. Carter Butts Research Paper “Mutation Effects on Structure and Dynamics: Adaptive Evolution of the SARS-CoV-2 Main Protease”
In addition to basic structural properties such as variation in surface area and torsion angles, we use protein structure networks and active site networks to evaluate functionally relevant characters related to global cohesion and active […]
The results of a population-based survey suggest that nearly 19 million U.S. adults may have long COVID, with some reporting symptoms more than 12 months after their initial infection. “Most studies of long COVID are […]
The adverse impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tuberculosis (TB) services has brought the urgency of vaccine development efforts into sharp focus. Speaking earlier today at a high-level panel on TB at the World Economic […]
Rates of both individual mutations and clinically relevant transmitted drug resistance were low among people newly diagnosed with HIV who were not previously on ART, according to a recent study. “There is a lack of […]
IDSI Affiliated Dr.Andrew Noymer on Register O.C “Will COVID-19 plague us forever? Here’s what the experts sayIDSI Affiliated Dr.Andrew Noymer on Register O.C”.
Years from now, when 2020 is a distant memory, a face mask will still dangle from your rear-view mirror, one epidemiologist predicts. “As long as any of your readers are alive, we’ll have some form […]
Testing for HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C increased among U.S. Medicaid enrollees initiating treatment for opioid use disorder. However, a recent study showed approximately three-quarters of enrollees were not tested for each condition. “Limited […]
🥼UCI Director of COVID-19 Response, David M. Souleles, MPH ft in EatThisNotThat “5 Must-Knows About the Winter Surge, According to Infectious Disease Specialists”.
As we quickly approach winter, health officials are warning it will be a difficult season due to three viruses spreading at the same time and an uptick in cases. COVID-19, influenza and RSV are all striking […]
IDSI Affiliate Faculty Dr. Bernadette Boden-Albala fr on EatThisNotThat “Doctors Want You to Know This About Heart Disease”.”Cardiovascular disease affects more than 121.5 million adults in the U.S per year but can largely be prevented by lifestyle choices”
🥼IDSI Affiliate Faculty Dr. @UCISPPHDean ft on @EatThisNotThat “Doctors Want You to Know This About Heart Disease”. “Cardiovascular disease affects more than 121.5 million adults in the U.S per year but can largely be prevented […]
📎”Inequalities in the impact of COVID-19-associated disruptions on tuberculosis diagnosis by age and sex in 45 high TB burden countries”. BMC Medicine publication on age & sex-related inequalities in the impact of COVID on TB diagnosis.
BMC Medicine publication on age & sex-related inequalities in the impact of COVID on TB diagnosis. Background Tuberculosis remains a major public health priority and is the second leading cause of mortality from infectious disease […]
🥼Assistant professor of health Dr. Hopfer, University of California Irvine – Social Media Strategies to Educate Young Adults on Vaccines.
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 […]
🥼IDSI Affiliate Faculty Dr. Bernadette Boden-Albala ft on EatThisNotThat “7 Things About RSV You Need Know, According to Doctors”.
Experts are predicting that Americans will grapple with three viruses this winter-COVID-19, influenza and RSV, which many are just learning about for the first time, but for pediatricians it’s been a well known threat to […]
✨Students who are Resilient, Empowered, self-Aware, and Moving (STREAM) – 10 week program for minority STEM. ✨The study aims to increase students’ resilience & sense of well-being.
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🥼David Souleles, UCI Director of COVID-19 Response Team ft EatThisNotThat “New COVID Variants are Raising Concern in These States” As part of COVID-19 evolution, mutations/new variants occur as the number of transmissions from person to person spreads.
As part of COVID-19 evolution, mutations/new variants occur as the number of transmissions from person to person spreads.
🥼SARS-CoV-2 infects fat tissue, possibly explaining obesity risk factor. SARS-CoV-2 infects adipose tissue, where it can act as an ongoing source of virus replication & inflammation, study may indicate why obesity is a significant risk COVID factor.
SARS-CoV-2 infects adipose tissue, where it can act as an ongoing source of virus replication & inflammation, study may indicate why obesity is a significant risk COVID factor.