July 2012

History of Vaccines Blog


An AIDS Free Generation: Inspiring Youth at AIDS 2012

July 27, 2012

Today's blog post is by History of Vaccines intern Alexandra Linn.

Trip to CHOP and Wistar Institute

July 26, 2012

Dr. Feemster (2nd from right) and the College's Teva InternsYesterday History of Vaccines staff had the pleasure of accompanying the College’s Teva interns and that program's staff to The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Our host was Kristen A.

Silk Keeps Vaccines Stable

July 23, 2012

Photo: Fiorenzo Omenetto/Tufts UniversityResearchers at Tufts University have published their research on using silk to stabilize vaccines.

Déjà vu for Polio Eradication Advocates?

July 16, 2012

Polio Survivors in Nigeria, USAID/Mohammed Jiya-DokoBy Alexandra Linn, History of Vaccines Intern

Fourth of July: American Presidents and Infectious Diseases

July 3, 2012

Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and MuseumToday's post is by History of Vaccines intern Alexandra Linn.