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Episode 1 - Public Health, Ethics and Law Research Network (PHELN): COVID-19 Vaccination Programmes in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland

This is the first episode of the Mason Institute Investigates podcast. Professor Anne-Maree Farrell (Edinburgh Law School) is joined by Professor Mary Donnelly (University College Cork) to discuss…

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TestEd expert update - 7 June 2022

(Recorded 7 June 2022) Professor Linda Bauld, John Usher Chair of Public Health, shares her insights on the latest developments in Scotland relating to the Covid-19 pandemic. This week's video…

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Dr Christopher Barrie (Sociology) Kingdom of Trolls? Influence Operations in the Saudi Twittersphere

Week 11: Researching and confronting Misinformation in non-western contextsControversies in the Data Society 2022

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Aybuke Atalay - Covid-19 Vaccine Perception and Misinformation in the Turkish Twittersphere

Controversies in the Data Society 2022

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Ricardo Ribeiro Ferreira - Disinformation, hybrid systems and the 2018 election in Brazil

Controversies in the Data Society

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A-C. Exemplar_connecting the COVID dots

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B2. Activation of an immune response

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Expert update - week commencing 29 Nov 2021

(Recorded Saturday 27 November, 2021) Professor Linda Bauld, John Usher Chair of Public Health, shares her insights on the latest developments in Scotland relating to the Covid-19 pandemic. This…

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Preventing COVID-19 misinformation: A panel with Wikipedia, public health experts, and news media

Preventing misinformation during the COVID-19 pandemic: How Wikipedia, public health SpeakersDr. Sanjay Gupta (moderator), CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Julio Frenk, Mexico’s…

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A-C. Exemplar_connecting the COVID dots

A-C exemplar

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UK-APASI in Mathematical Sciences: Farai Nyabadza (Lecture 7)

Subtitles will be added soon. Tuesday 23 February 2021 UK-APASI in Mathematical Sciences Farai Nyabadza - Models vs policies: Challenges and possible expositions

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Research during the Pandemic - Medicines Regulation: Covid-19 and Beyond

Professor Stuart Ralston discusses medicines regulation in his role as Chair of the Commission on Human Medicines

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William Waites - Finite resources, choices & infectious disease models

V-KEMS meeting - Mathematical modelling and COVID-19: How can modelling inform a response to the current COVID-19 resurgence? This is the talk by Willian Waites (University of Edinburgh)Finite…

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One Health, COVID-19 and lessons from veterinary vaccination

In the first ever International Veterinary Vaccinology Network webinar, Dr Michael Francis from BioVacc Consulting Ltd discussed the One Health agenda and how veterinary vaccination can inform…

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Born in a microbial cloud: gatekeepers of a healthy life. Prof Debby Bogaert

Born in a microbial cloud: gatekeepers of a healthy life. Prof Debby Bogaert Part of the College's inaugural lecture series.Recorded 12 November 2018.Abstract: It was only 350 years ago that the…

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Cervical cancer, vaccines and how to help the reproductive health of the developing world

10th December 2014 Professor Sarah Howie, MRC Centre for Inflammation Research at the University of Edinburgh, and Professor Heather Cubie, HPV Research Group University of Edinburgh In Scotland…

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