A panel of experts discussed how to restore public confidence in vaccines at a November 17, 2020 event hosted by the Human Immunomics Initiative.
A massive public education campaign is underway to convince people to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Three types of interventions aimed at increasing human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine coverage are all cost-effective.
Barry Bloom offers context about the news that two experimental vaccines appear to confer a high level of protection from the coronavirus.
With recent surveys suggesting that many Americans may be reluctant to take a COVID-19 vaccine once it’s available, it will be important for public health leaders to reduce fear and build public support for a vaccine.
Epidemiologist Marc Lipsitch discussed a range of topics related to the coronavirus pandemic in a half-hour interview on the podcast “Deep Background with Noah Feldman.”
A new data-driven tool will help state and county decision makers in the U.S. plan for the distribution of coronavirus vaccines to priority populations.
The odds are “reasonably high” that a coronavirus vaccine will be approved before the end of the year, according to Harvard Chan School's Howard Koh.
An op-ed co-authored by Dean Michelle Williams addresses the issue of race and vaccine allocation in the U.S.
Howard Koh of Harvard Chan School outlined five ways for political leaders to build trust in a coronavirus vaccine.