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An mRNA Influenza Vaccine — Could It Deliver?


33rd Annual Public Health Career Fair

Johns Hopkins University
School of Public Health

Recruiting Public Health's Best
3 March 2017

Why Do Myths About Vaccines Persist?

WYPR Podcast
By Sheilah Kast and Maureen Harvie

Despite extensive scientific evidence, myths persist about the safely of vaccines, and their connection to autism. What impact do these misperceptions have on autism research?

Dr. Kathy Neuzil, Director of the University of Maryland School of Medicine's Center for Vaccine Development, explains the concept of herd immunity.

CVD Director Kathy Neuzil, MD, MPH (left) was On the Record with Sheilah Kast.

Listen to the podcast on Why Do Myths About Vaccines Persist?

Towson High School

Postdoc Ellen Higginson, PhD spoke to 200 Towson High School students on Global Health in a Connected World.