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Post.doc. og ph.d.-studerende søges til Danmark og Guinea-Bissau

20 October 2015

CVIVA søger statistikere, læger, epidemiologer og kandidater i folkesundhedsvidenskab til forskningsprojekter om de uspecifikke effekter af vacciner.

Læs op jobopslagene på Statens Serum Instituts hjemmeside.

Christine Benn conveys research about MMR vaccine in article and video from OUH/SDU

1 October 2015

In an article and video from Odense University Hospital (OUH)/University of Southern Denmark (SDU) professor Christine Benn explains in Danish the positive unintended effects of MMR vaccine.

Peter Aaby conferred as Doctor Honoris Causa at NOVA

22 September 2015

Peter Aaby was conferred the title as Doctor Honoris Causa at Universidade Nova de Lisboa on June 17, 2015.

World Immunization Week

12 May 2015

Researcher Ane Fisker's analysis of the World Immunization Week 2015

Vitamin A programs need rethinking

30 January 2015

It is not sufficient to consider vitamin A supplementation only as a means to combat vitamin A deficiency.

Heterologous immunological effects of early BCG vaccination

10 December 2014

Heterologous immunological effects of early BCG vaccination in low?birth weight infants in Guinea?Bissau: a randomized?controlled trial

has been accepted for publication in Journal of Infectious Diseases.

BCG coverage and barriers to BCG vaccination in Guinea-Bissau

9 December 2014

BCG vaccination is recommended at birth in low-income countries, but vaccination is often delayed. Often 20-dose vials of BCG are not opened unless at least ten children are present for vaccination (“restricted vial-opening policy”). BCG coverage is usually reported as 12-month coverage, not disclosing the delay in vaccination. Several studies show that BCG at birth lowers neonatal mortality. We assessed BCG coverage at different ages and explored reasons for delay in BCG vaccination in rural Guinea-Bissau.

TMIH 2014

9 December 2014

Newborn twins are a vulnerable group in Guinea-Bissau and elsewhere in Africa. Yet, few studies have examined what happens after hospital discharge.

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