Tagged: H1N1 flu virus

Providing the right vaccine(s) for young and old

The delicate balancing act between manufacturing enough of the yearly influenza vaccine that is widely administered in the fall and limiting the production of the forthcoming vaccine to control the H1N1 flu virus pandemic to children and people under 30 years old, raises competing constitunency concerns for Al Ozonoff, assistant professor of biostatistics who has […]

Preparing for the second wave of swine flu

As health officials prepare for the return of the H1N1 flu virus this fall, after stockpiling antiviral medications, recent staff cuts in public health departments raise concerns over having sufficient resources to carry out rapid vaccination plans. Alexander Ozonoff, assistant professor of biostatistics at the School of Public Health, can discuss the issues facing public […]