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Bridging the Know-Do Gap

Ariadne Labs’ Better Evidence program brings the most up-to-date clinical knowledge to health care providers in resource-poor countries.

TB unlikely to be eliminated in U.S. anytime soon

But a greater focus on testing and treatment, particularly among immigrants, could speed the disease’s decline, study finds May 21, 2018 – Although tuberculosis (TB) is on the wane in the U.S., there’s little chance that the nation…

Science advocate

Lauren Robertson, PhD ’18, will use her training in the biological sciences to pursue work on the development of a tuberculosis vaccine while mentoring high school students on the side. 

Tuberculosis epidemic needs attention

In an editorial, infectious disease expert Barry Bloom of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health outlines the health system failures behind the global TB epidemic, and argues that systems’ ability to diagnose and treat TB must be…

Search for a better tuberculosis vaccine underway

Efforts by a team of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researchers to expedite the discovery of a new and improved tuberculosis vaccine were featured in an August 18, 2017 STAT article. The article highlighted work by…