Reports & Publications

“Gnothi Seauton”: Leveraging the Host Response to Improve Influenza Virus Vaccine Efficacy

Hannah Stacey, the first author on the publication, is a 4th year student in the Biomedical Discovery and Commercialization program and a trainee in Dr. Matthew Miller’s lab.

Undoubtedly, the best way to prevent influenza infection is through vaccination. However, the efficacy and durability of seasonal vaccines remain an area of concern. In an effort to identify the knowledge gaps in effective influenza vaccination design, 4th year thesis student Hannah Stacey, in collaboration with post-doc Dr. Neda Barjesteh and PhD student Jonathan Mapletoft of Dr. Matthew Miller’s lab review the recent advances in our understanding of the host response to influenza vaccination, determined through sequencing, systems biology, and immunological studies.

Read the full review here.

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