New Zealand’s former prime minister Dame Jacinda Ardern joins the world’s leading infectious disease scientists and experts at BU to discuss how to prepare for future outbreaks.
After a Year in the White House, BU Infectious Diseases Expert Shares Lessons about Pandemic Response
Nahid Bhadelia has returned to BU after helping lead the Biden administration’s COVID-19 pandemic response and advising on preparing the world for future outbreaks.
Scientists from NEIDL and medical and dental schools part of Howard Hughes Medical Institute push to get ahead of pandemics like COVID-19.
Nature publishes BU-led COVID study that made international headlines; scientists find viral protein called NSP6, not just spike, responsible for making Omicron less dangerous than past variants.
Alumni clarinetist’s philanthropy and humility results in the BU Aram V. Chobanian & Edward Avedisian School of Medicine.
Says priorities will include global engagement, strong science, and diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Bhadelia, an infectious diseases physician and global leader in pandemic preparedness, named senior policy advisor for global COVID response.
Will connect policy with research and use lessons from Ebola and COVID to prepare lawmakers and the public for next crisis
Nahid Bhadelia, Ronald Corley, and Robert Davey talk about COVID-19’s spread, how they’re studying it in the lab
Virologist Robert Davey will screen thousands of drugs for effectiveness against COVID-19 infection