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Ground-breaking reports issued

Director of CIDRAP and SPH professor Michael Osterholm joined with international colleagues to release two breakthrough reports in February to bolster the fight against Ebola.

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CIDRAP Publishes Analysis Examining Ebola Transmission

A new comprehensive analysis from the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) at the University of Minnesota, involving leading International Ebola researchers, examines what is known about…

Panel Makes Recommendations to Fast-Track Ebola Vaccine Development

A panel of international experts, concerned about the acknowledged risk that Ebola transmission could continue into the foreseeable future, today published a roadmap to fast-track development of Ebola vaccines….

SPH Students Win-Place at the 2015 UMN Global Health Case Competition

Congratulations to School of Public Health student Nils Johnson and his fellow members of Team 6 for their win at the second annual UMN Global Health Case Competition on January…

Frontline Response: Consortium Teaches Workers to Tackle Onsite Toxic Emergencies

Training students practice responding to a spill. Fertilizer spills on the farm. Carcinogenic solvent spills in factories. Mold outbreaks in water-damaged buildings. For more than 25 years Minnesota businesses,…

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