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Household transmission study protocol

started by Adam Cohen

We adapted the CONSISE household transmission study protocol for use in South Africa and found it incredibly helpful to have the template. Some lessons learned: Cannot predict how severe the flu season ...

9 years ago

Introduce yourself

Eeva Broberg commented:

My name is Eeva Broberg and I am a virologist. My background is in biochemistry (MSc), PhD and post-doctoral studies in virology. My research was mainly focused on herpes simplex viruses and ...

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Introduce yourself

Ben Cowling commented:

My name is Ben Cowling, I am an infectious disease epidemiologist with a background in biostatistics. I work at the University of Hong Kong designing and running community-based studies of influenza virus ...

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