In light of World Immunization Week (24–30 April) we’ve taken a closer look at some of the myths surrounding vaccination, and the scientific evidence that contradicts these, find out more in our latest video.
Infectious diseases remain a major cause of mortality across the globe, so if pathogens could therefore be harnessed as a weapon, the implications would certainly be severe and far-reaching. Find out more about biothreats and bioterrorism in our explainer.
In this World AIDS Day interview we speak to Richard Koup, who was recently an author on a study reporting a trispecific antibody able to target 99% of HIV strains.
Continuing our focus on antimicrobial resistance, Editor, Martha Powell, takes a closer look at the steps that can be taken to prevent the spread of drug resistance.
In our latest video, we’re looking into the growing concern around Candida auris as a public health threat – watch now to find out more about this fungal infection and the statistics surrounding it.
In this IDHTalks podcast we speak to Mahmoud Ghannoum about the importance of fungi, his work in identifying mycobiome and its implications in health and disease.
Helen McShane discusses her work leading the TB vaccine research program at Oxford University, and shares her thoughts on the challenges facing vaccine development and eradication of this disease.
Reporting from ECCMID17, we spoke to William Irving about his current work on hepatitis C and his thoughts on the future of this field.
In this interview, Joop Arends discusses his thoughts on the future of diagnosis and management of hepatitis C, and also gives us his highlights from ECCMID.
Michael Pender discusses promising interim findings from a Phase 1 study investigating a novel treatment for multiple sclerosis based on the realtionship with Epstein–Barr virus.