Tag: Nahid Bhadelia

New analysis reveals many excess deaths attributed to natural causes are actually uncounted COVID-19 deaths | Medical Xpress

A recent publication co-authored by CEID faculty, Dr. Andrew Stokes quantifies the number of excess deaths attributed to COVID-19. The findings showed that many COVID-19 deaths went uncounted during the pandemic, even well beyond the initial phase of the pandemic, according to Dr. Stokes. This study allows researchers to better understand the true toll of […]

MassCPR Symposium: Pandemic Preparedness event recap

Politicians and leaders in healthcare, research, and policy gathered for Massachusetts Consortium on Pathogen Readiness (MassCPR)’s Symposium on Pandemic Preparedness on November 14, 2023. The event kicked off with a keynote discussion with former Prime Minister of New Zealand Dame Jacinda Ardern, Sir Ashley Bloomfield, and Dame Juliet Gerrard, moderated by Dr. Louise Ivers of […]

Preventing the Next Pandemic | The Brink

CEID director Dr. Nahid Bhadelia was among the panelists at the Massachusetts Consortium on Pathogen Readiness’s symposium on pandemic preparedness earlier this week. Recurring themes among the speakers were the importance of building trust among communities outside of times of emergency and the need for proactive public health infrastructure. Read on for The Brink’s coverage […]

CEID launches four Core Research Initiatives

This year, as Boston University’s Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases Policy & Research (CEID) continues to pursue our mission to build resilience against new pandemic threats, we have focused our efforts on four Core Research Initiatives. These cores highlight high priority areas within emerging infectious that require closer linkage between research, operational response and policy: […]

Rural Health Matters | RFD-tv

CEID director, Dr. Nahid Bhadelia spoke on the August 28, 2023 episode of RFD-tv’s Rural Health Matters presented by the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC). There she answered questions about current COVID concerns from callers across rural America. Her segment begins at the 25:02 mark.