Dr. Michael Mina, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics in the Department of Epidemiology and the Department of Immunology and Infectious Disease, at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health invites applications for a laboratory-based research associate, within his lab.
Dr. Mina's research focuses on cross-species and cross-scale dynamics of infectious diseases and vaccines utilizing combinations of high-throughput serological techniques and ecological modeling. His work has shown how measles vaccines preserve individual and population immunity and shape the landscape of all other infectious diseases. He also studies the additional benefits of live vaccines in reducing the mortality of all-cause childhood infectious disease. Dr. Mina's research has demonstrated how viral vaccines, such as the influenza vaccine, can have an impact on bacterial respiratory pathogen transmission and disease. Another area of his research focuses on the development of
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