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Kirby Seminar - Dr James Wood & Dr Duleepa Jayasundara - "Vaccine escape for whooping cough? Evidence, models and significance."

Added 23 Aug 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Dr James Wood - School of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of New South Wales Dr Duleepa Jayasundara-School of Public Health and Community Medicine...
Image - Kirby Seminar - Dr James Wood  & Dr Duleepa Jayasundara - "Vaccine escape for whooping cough? Evidence, models and significance."

Kirby Seminar - Professor Janko Nikolich-Zugich - "Rules governing homeostasis, Repertoire mobilization and Protective Immunity change with old age."

Added 16 Aug 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Professor Janko Nikolich-Zugich- Bowman Professor and Head, Department of Immunobiology and Co-Director, Center on Aging.University of Arizona College of Medicine,...
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Kirby Seminar - Associate Professor Rebecca Guy - "Epidemiology, testing interventions and other interesting talks.", Mr Ben Bavinton"Treatment and Prevention." and Ms Stefanie Vaccher "PrEP"

Added 9 Aug 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Associate Professor Rebecca Guy, Program Head-Surveillance Evaluation and Research Program-Kirby Institute "Epidemiology, testing interventions and other...
Image - Kirby Seminar - Associate Professor Rebecca Guy - "Epidemiology, testing interventions and other interesting talks.", Mr Ben Bavinton"Treatment and Prevention." and Ms Stefanie Vaccher "PrEP"

Kirby Seminar - Dr Nabila Seddiki - "T-Regulatory cells and vaccination: Do not neglect them.”

Added 3 Aug 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Dr Nabila Seddiki, Senior Lecturer- Paris-Est Créteil University "T-Regulatory cells and vaccination: Do not neglect them.” Bio: Nabila Seddiki is a Senior...
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Kirby Seminar - Dr Muhammad Jamil - "Effect of access to HIV self-testing on HIV testing frequency among gay and bisexual men at higher risk of infection (FORTH): a wait-list randomized controlled trial."

Added 2 Aug 2016 -
The Kirby Institute is pleased to present: Dr Muhammad Jamil- Research Officer- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Program/Sexual Health Program- Kirby Institute "Effect of access to HIV self-...
Image - Kirby Seminar - Dr Muhammad Jamil - "Effect of access to HIV self-testing on HIV testing frequency among gay and bisexual men at higher risk of infection (FORTH): a wait-list randomized controlled trial."

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