This is a list of the books that I read or listened to this year along with my choice of three of these books of most importance to me.
After being fully vaccinated, I am slowly coming out of my isolation over the last 14 months. Here I describe the few steps I have taken to accept some risk of being with others and connect with people again.
Want a quick lesson in vaccine technology and how different types of SARS-CoV2 (COVID-19) vaccines work? This lecture in Vincent Racaniello’s Virology Course, previously reviewed is an excellent place to go for that information.
Check out an excellent course in virology by one of the best podcasting scientists, Vincent Racaniello, Ph.D., Higgins Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Columbia University.
My thoughts about being in a pandemic for an entire year.
First part of the public health research history that can be learned from reading Polio, An American Story by David M. Ochinsky. This part includes discussion of the history of the largest clinical trial in the U.S. and clinical research ethics.
What are some learnings to be gained from the announcement for the Salk Vaccine study, the largest public health clinical trial made, and what were the reactions?