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Popular disinfectants do not kill HPV
Commonly used disinfectants do not kill human papillomavirus (HPV) that makes possible non-sexual transmission of the virus, thus creating a need for hospital policy changes, according to researchers from Penn State College of Medicine and Brigham Young University. (2014-02-12)
New single vaccination approach to killer diseases
Scientists from the University of Adelaide's Research Centre for Infectious Diseases have developed a single vaccination approach to simultaneously combat influenza and pneumococcal infections, the world's most deadly respiratory diseases. (2019-05-20)
HIV-positive women with cytomegalovirus likelier to pass virus that causes AIDS to infant
HIV-positive women with cytomegalovirus, or CMV, in their urine at the time of labor and delivery are more than five times likelier than HIV-positive women without CMV to transmit HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, to their infants. (2017-06-21)
University of Texas Health Science Center: Alzheimer's might be transmissible in similar way as infectious prion diseases
The brain damage that characterizes Alzheimer's disease may originate in a form similar to that of infectious prion diseases such as bovine spongiform encephalopathy (mad cow) and Creutzfeldt-Jakob, according to newly published research by The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. (2011-10-04)
Duke-NUS researchers discover the secret to bats' immunity
Bats' ability to host deadly viruses without getting sick could help shed light on inflammation and aging in humans. (2019-02-26)
TB vaccine developed at McMaster University in Canada
McMaster University researchers are about to launch Canada's first tuberculosis vaccine clinical trial with a vaccine totally designed, manufactured and tested within McMaster. (2009-03-19)
Planning for bacteria in cancer patients may help hospitals fight infections
A University of Colorado Cancer Center study published in this month's issue of the International Journal of Infectious Diseases shows the answer: E. coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae are especially prevalent in patients with lung and GI cancers, more so for Klebsiella if these patients have been treated previously with aminopenicillins. (2013-01-23)
Institute for OneWorld Health to exhibit at BIO
Representatives from the Institute for OneWorld Health, the first nonprofit pharmaceutical company in the U.S., will be available at the BIO 2005 Annual International Convention, Philadelphia, booth 564, June 20-22. (2005-06-06)
Mumps vaccine coverage should be improved, study finds
Although immunity to mumps is high in the United States, mumps vaccine coverage must be maintained and improved to prevent future outbreaks, according to a new study, now available online, in the Sept. (2010-08-24)
Simple classification can help define and predict limb-threatening diabetic infections
Research groups from Texas, Chicago, Washington State and the Netherlands partnered to publish a landmark study validating the Infectious Disease Society of America's guidelines for the clinical classification of diabetic foot infections. (2007-01-30)
New drug combinations help patients whose HIV develops resistance after several different treatments
A multi-center, randomized, and placebo-controlled trial of 481 people infected with HIV, co-chaired by Dr. (2002-07-08)
US 'super bugs' invading South America, according to UT Medical School at Houston researchers
Two clones of highly antibiotic-resistant organism strains, which previously had only been identified in the United States, are now causing serious sickness and death in several Colombian cities including the capital Bogotá, say researchers at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston. (2008-11-12)
Biotech collaboration established to commercialize research reagents
The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne, Australia, has entered a collaboration with New Jersey-based medical technology company BD to evaluate and potentially develop for research and diagnostic use some of the institute's reagents. (2010-10-17)
Infectious diseases experts applaud bill against 'bad bugs'
With extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis, life-threatening drug-resistant respiratory and skin infections, and other 'bad bugs' routinely making headlines, infectious diseases physicians are applauding Rep. (2007-09-28)
Partnership for Military Medicine Symposium
The Partnership for Military Medicine Symposium features keynote addresses and panel presentations from leading military and civilian experts on collaborations in humanitarian aid and disaster response, post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury, and global infectious diseases. (2009-11-02)
Expanded save the date: ASTMH Annual Meeting
The ASTMH annual meeting is Dec. 7-11 in New Orleans. (2008-11-13)
NIH awards 6 grants to explore how combination adjuvants improve vaccines
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health, has awarded six grants totaling $3.1 million to researchers exploring the molecular mechanisms behind combination vaccine adjuvants -- substances that improve the effectiveness of vaccines. (2016-04-04)
Emory scientists receive NIH MIDAS grant for computer modeling of infectious diseases
Emory University scientists have received a five-year grant for more than $3 million to participate in a new National Institutes of Health (NIH) initiative to develop powerful computer modeling techniques to analyze and respond to infectious disease outbreaks. (2004-05-07)
A global early warning system for infectious diseases
In the recent issue of EMBO reports, Barbara Han of the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies and John Drake of the University of Georgia Odum School of Ecology call for the creation of a global early warning system for infectious diseases. (2016-05-19)
New study explains factors that influence the timing of infectious disease outbreaks
The delay between the time when a disease outbreak becomes possible and when it actually happens depends chiefly on how frequently infection is introduced to the population and how quickly the number of cases caused by a single individual increases, according to new research from the University of Georgia. (2016-11-01)
More than 3 million children under 5 years old will die from infectious diseases next year
A new report outlines the alarming burden of pediatric infectious diseases across the world. (2016-11-03)
Resistant bacteria increasing source of muscle infection
An antibiotic-resistant bacteria called methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is increasingly a cause of muscle infections in children, said Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) researchers in a report in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases. (2006-09-25)
Challenging metabolism may help fight disease
New research by Swansea University academics has shown that harnessing metabolism at a cellular level may help to relieve or heal a range of disorders. (2019-05-07)
New method helps determine effectiveness of interventions in reducing spread of HIV
Using genetic sequencing to understand the evolutionary relationships among pathogens, an international team of researchers has developed a new method to determine how effective interventions are against the spread of infectious diseases like HIV. (2018-08-07)
Peter Piot awarded Hideyo Noguchi Africa Prize for Medical Research
Professor Peter Piot, Director of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, will be awarded the Hideyo Noguchi Africa Prize for Medical Research, the Government of Japan have announced. (2013-03-13)
Drug-resistant tuberculosis rife in China
Levels of drug-resistant tuberculosis in China are nearly twice the global average. (2008-12-10)
New Study Proves Treating STDs Reduces Infectiousness Of HIV
Men infected with HIV--the virus that causes AIDS--shed eight to 10 times as much virus in their semen if they also have other sexually transmitted diseases at the same time, according to a new study conducted in Africa. (1997-06-27)
New findings on killer bacteria's defence
New research from Lund University casts new light on the interaction between the immune system and streptococcus bacteria, which cause both mild tonsillitis and serious infections such as sepsis and necrotising fasciitis. (2012-12-14)
UNC to create and test injectable long-acting implant to prevent HIV/AIDS
Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have received a three-year, $1.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop a new implantable drug delivery system for long-lasting HIV-prevention. (2017-03-24)
Defense provides additional $4.9 million for pathogen research tool
The Virginia Bioinformatics Institute at Virginia Tech has received $4.9 million in additional funding from the United States Department of Defense for the PathPort project, which is helping scientists amass and analyze information about disease organisms. (2004-10-11)
Antiretroviral drugs are not foolproof in preventing sexual transmission of HIV, says Pittsburgh-Rio de Janeiro study
Antiretroviral therapy for HIV patients can be a double-edged sword. (2000-08-14)
Rollins family gives $4.2 million to establish new Office of Public Health Preparedness at Emory
Former assistant Surgeon General of the United States Dr. Ruth Berkelman has been named to head a new program at Emory University that will address critical needs in the nation's public health system revealed by the terrorist attacks of last fall. (2002-01-30)
Pinpoint accuracy: DNA vaccines that home in on DCs are more potent
One strategy being pursued to develop new vaccines against infectious diseases is DNA vaccination. (2008-03-06)
Small seasonal changes can lead to big flu outbreaks
Flu season is on its way to homes across North America. (2004-11-15)
Combating anthrax: Results of study published this month as researchers look for a better vaccine
A new study published this month by a Saint Louis University vaccine researcher scrutinizes what in the future could be an alternative to the presently available anthrax vaccine. (2006-08-14)
K-State researcher working to improve alternatives to equine antibiotics
While antibiotics can save lives, the increasing occurrence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria presents a number of challenges for researchers in medicine — both human and animal. (2004-07-22)
The American Society for Microbiology honors Baligh Yehia
Baligh Yehia, M.D., M.P.P., M.S.H.P., Department of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion, has received a 2013 ICAAC Young Investigator Award for his innovative work and leadership in the field of HIV health services and quality research. (2013-06-20)
Study examines lessons learned at Africa's first public antiretroviral treatment clinic
A public clinic offering antiretroviral (ARV) treatment to people with HIV/AIDS, recently established in Botswana, has had its share of trials and errors. (2005-03-10)
CSI: Infection
Every 30 seconds, infectious diseases such as malaria, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis kill as many people as Jack the Ripper did in his entire career. (2011-05-17)
Toilet waste provides knowledge about diseases' global transmission routes
Analysis and genome sequencing of disease-causing microorganisms and antimicrobial resistance bacteria in toilet waste from international aircraft could be a first step towards global surveillance of infectious diseases and identification of how they are transmitted between countries. (2015-08-19)
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