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inDemic is an expert-driven non-profit that provides knowledge management and science-driven information and opinion on a wide range of pandemic solutions that helps medical researchers, policymakers, and the public make informed decisions.

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1st and 2nd-generation COVID-19 Vaccines with Dr. Deborah Fuller

In this video interview, we discuss the strengths and limitations of COVID-19 vaccine candidates with Dr. Deborah Fuller, Professor of Microbiology at University of Washington. Her lab, which studies influenza, HIV, and Zika virus, is currently focused on immunity against COVID-19 and the development of novel vaccination strategies against SARS-CoV-2. Her lab’s work has resulted in over a dozen patents and two startup biotech companies. 

Vaccine Hesitancy with Dr. Abram Wagner

In this video interview, we discuss vaccine hesitancy, first in measles as a historical backdrop, then for a potential or soon-to-be FDA authorized COVID-19 vaccine. Dr. Abram Wagner, research assistant professor of epidemiology at the University of Michigan, joins us to discuss recent research on vaccine hesitancy. His research looks at evidence-based programs and policies to control vaccine-preventable diseases. He currently holds a grant from the National Science Foundation that looks at behaviors and acceptance of a COVID-19 vaccine over time and across several regions, including the United States, India, and Taiwan. 

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inDemic utilizes a web-based platform, inPhronesis, to offer a streamlined interface for knowledge management. The platform allows our subject matter experts to rigorously collect, organize, track, and integrate information from multiple sources, viewed longitudinally. With inPhronesis, you can quickly find everything you need to help you answer important tactical and strategic questions. 

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