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Article ID: 551816

Avian Flu Research Sheds Light on Swine Flu Outbreak

University of Maryland, College Park

A new study by University of Maryland researchers suggests that the potential for an avian influenza virus to cause a human flu pandemic is greater than previously thought. Results also illustrate how the current swine flu outbreak likely came about.

29-Apr-2009 3:00 PM EDT

Article ID: 551802

Experts Available To Discuss Aspects of Swine Flu Outbreak

University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin)

Experts available to comment on aspects of viral infections, such as viral gene replication, the communication challenges the local and national health agencies are likely to face, communicating health information, epidemiology, health law, public policy and pandemic preparedness.

29-Apr-2009 11:30 AM EDT

Article ID: 551786

Swine Flu: to Panic Or Not, That Is the Question

Baylor Scott and White Health

Thanks to the 24-hour media coverage about swine flu, we're all aware that a potential flu pandemic could be nigh. But before you stock up on face masks and hand sanitizer, it's important to put some things in perspective.

29-Apr-2009 12:00 AM EDT

Article ID: 551779

Experts Available to Discuss Swine Flu

University of Michigan

The University of Michigan School of Public Health and the U-M Health System have several experts available to discuss various aspects of the recent swine flu outbreak, including disease transmission, nonpharmaceutical interventions, antiviral resistance, quarantine, viruses and trauma.

28-Apr-2009 8:00 PM EDT

Article ID: 551763

Swine Flu Expert, Pharmacy Angle

University of Maryland, Baltimore

University of Maryland pharmacy faculty is a good source for swine flu issues of treatments and vaccines compared with seasonal flu.

28-Apr-2009 3:35 PM EDT

Article ID: 551748

Expert Tip Sheet: Swine Flu: Statistical Model Predicts Spread in U.S.

Indiana University

Indiana University experts in statistical analysis and computer modeling of epidemics, health law and public health discuss statistical models for U.S. cases, challenges to addressing the spread of the swine flu and advice for staying healthy.

28-Apr-2009 1:10 PM EDT

Article ID: 551744

Swine Flu "“ a Major Public Administration Challenge; Not Dem. Or Repub. Issue

University of Maryland, College Park

"There isn't a Republican or Democratic way to protect individuals from swine flu," says University of Maryland's Donald Kettl, an expert in public administration. "The Obama administration has to very carefully calibrate awareness without creating panic. It has to build partnerships across all levels of government, across the health sector, and with other nations."

28-Apr-2009 12:50 PM EDT

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 551740

Virologists Available to Media to Respond to Influenza Questions

Virginia Tech

A virologist currently investigating transmission of swine viruses between species and a virologist who has developed a novel vaccine technology, which has broad applicability to almost all viruses, are available to respond to media queries related to Swine flu and related issues.

28-Apr-2009 12:00 PM EDT

Article ID: 551738

Tip Sheet: Swine Flu "“ Medical, Public Health and Homeland Security Experts Available for Comment

George Washington University

The following faculty members of The George Washington University Medical Center are available to comment on topics regarding the swine flu outbreak.

28-Apr-2009 11:40 AM EDT

Article ID: 551713

University of Maryland Swine Influenza Experts

University of Maryland, College Park

The University of Maryland has a number of experts who can talk about the Swine Flu epidemic.

27-Apr-2009 4:45 PM EDT

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