Captain Casey Barton Behravesh of the U.S. Public Health Service, and Director of the CDC One Health Office highlights the CDC’s efforts to nationally and internationally prevent zoonotic diseases.
With 7.5 million people living with HIV, how has climate change and COVID-19 affected the South African governments control over the AIDS crisis and which demographics have been hit the hardest?
Dr Lynn Woods, Professor in the Department of Doctoral Programs, School of Nursing, Azusa Pacific University, describes Latinx with dementia and in this respect, why culture matters.
Charles H. Vite, DVM, PhD from School of Veterinary Medicine at University of Pennsylvania, focuses on a fascinating aspect of neurological disorders concerning developing therapies for cats, dogs & patients.
Dr James E. Goldman, Professor of Pathology and Cell Biology at Columbia University, describes gaining more insight into disease mechanisms by comparing mouse genetic models with the human disease when it comes to Huntington’s Disease.
Prof. Hartmut J. Ehrlich, M.D., CEO of Abivax, explains why drug-candidate ABX464 has the potential to address the urgent need for new, safe short- and long-term effective drugs to treat Inflammatory Bowel Diseases.
Isabelle Ote and Valérie Barette, Project Leaders at Belgian immunotherapy expert Imcyse, discuss its next phase of growth, and how to apply ImotopeTM technology to the treatment of MS.
Chris Lynch, Deputy CEO at Alzheimer’s Disease International, sheds light on the WHO Global action plan on the public health response to dementia 2017-2025.
Patricia Osborne, Chief Executive of the Brittle Bone Society, tells us what we need to know about Osteogenesis Imperfecta.
Professor Mogens Hørder, PPI expert, JPND’s management board member and representative of member state Denmark, discusses how Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) is at the heart of neurodegenerative disease research.
Professor Andrew Boulton, President & Professor Akhtar Hussain, President-Elect of the International Diabetes Federation, argue that while there has been a century of saving lives, more must be done to tackle diabetes.
Organ transplants performed during the first wave of COVID-19 fell by a third compared to 2019, according to a new study.
A combination of the world’s first malaria vaccine RTS,S/AS01E and antimalarial drugs reduce child hospitalisations and death by 70%.
Chief Executive of the Huntington’s Disease Association, Cath Stanley, maps out the charities ongoing work to support its community, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the OCTAVE study, immunocompromised patients presented low immune responses after two doses of the same COVID-19 vaccine.
Nina Schor, Deputy Director and Acting Scientific Director of NINDS, underlines the importance of investing in the future of neuroscience.
Richard Francis, Head of Research at the Stroke Association, identifies the priority areas for research investment that will make the greatest difference to stroke survivors.
Dr Faye Riley, Senior Research Communications Officer at Diabetes UK, charts a changing landscape for type 1 diabetes.
Here, Professors Nigel Shrive and John Tyberg illustrate how their work has led to an alternative interpretation of hæmodynamics compared to the paradigm that was proposed over 60 years ago.
NHS GP and lead GP at Numan, Dr Luke Pratsides tells us everything he knows about the symptoms of long COVID and what’s being done to tackle this novel disease.