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About This Series
The evolution of vaccine development further advanced in recent years with the use of messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines contributing to the taming of a global pandemic. In Season 1 of this series, Dr Susan Mayor interviews Drs Paolo Bonanni, Tobias Welte, George Kassianos, Stefania Maggi, Peter Openshaw, and Chrissie Jones on a wide range of topics, including strategies to move from pandemic to endemic and the use of the mRNA platform to develop vaccines for respiratory infectious diseases.
The evolution of vaccine development further advanced in recent years with the use of messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines contributing to the taming of a global pandemic. In Season 1 of this series, Dr Susan Mayor interviews Drs Paolo Bonanni, Tobias Welte, George Kassianos, Stefania Maggi, Peter Openshaw, and Chrissie Jones on a wide range of topics, including strategies to move from pandemic to endemic and the use of the mRNA platform to develop vaccines for respiratory infectious diseases.
Host
Susan J. Mayor, PhD
Medical Journalist
London, United Kingdom
Faculty
Paolo Bonanni, MD
Full Professor of Hygiene and Public Health
Director
Department of Health Sciences
University of Florence
Florence, Italy
Tobias Welte, MD, PhD
Head of Department
Respiratory Medicine and Infectious Disease
University School of Medicine
Hannover, Germany
George Kassianos CBE, MD(Hons), FRCGP
General Practitioner
Royal College of General Practitioners
Immunisation Lead
President, British Global and Travel Health Association
London, United Kingdom
Stefania Maggi, MD, PhD, MPH
Geriatrician and Epidemiologist
CNR Aging Branch, Institute of Neuroscience
Padua, Italy
Peter Openshaw, CBE FMedSci
Professor of Experimental Medicine
National Heart and Lung Institute
Imperial College London
London, United Kingdom
Christine Jones, MD
Associate Professor
Honorary Consultant
Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Immunology
Faculty of Medicine
University of Southampton
Southampton, United Kingdom
Moderna