The open-access journal, PLoS NTDs, celebrated its fifth anniversary. To commemorate this great achievement, the journal compiled editorials and research papers published over the last five years to create a collection, called “The Geopolitics of NTDs.”
The collection focuses on the geographic distribution of NTDs by region to highlight the key differences as well as similarities between the diseases in different areas around the world.
September 29, 2012 | The Lancet
Sabin Executive Vice President, Dr. Ciro de Quadros recently co-authored the following correspondence, which appeared in the September 29 edition of the Lancet.
Reducing the global burden of congenital rubella syndrome
September 21, 2012
10th International Rotavirus Symposium Kicks Off in Bangkok
BANGKOK, Thailand – September 21, 2012 – This week, more than 350 leading scientific, public and private sector experts convened to discuss progress and next steps in reducing the global incidence of rotavirus, the most common cause of diarrheal hospitalizations and deaths among children worldwide. Rotavirus takes the lives of approximately 188,000 Asian children under five each year.
2011 Annual Report
September 11, 2012
On behalf of the trustees, management and staff of the Sabin Vaccine Institute, we are pleased to share our most significant accomplishments from the past year in our 2011 annual report.
June 12, 2012
At the Sabin Vaccine Institute, advocacy is big part of our business. We encourage politicians, philanthropists and the general public to expand immunization programs for vaccine-preventable diseases and increase treatment for over one billion people suffering from neglected tropical diseases.
But we’re also one of the few NGOs that is leading the research and development of vaccines to prevent diseases of poverty.
June 11, 2012 | The Nation
Ahead of this week's Coalition against Typhoid activities in Bangkok, an op-ed by CaT Director Dr. Chris Nelson was featured in today's The Nation, an English-speaking daily Thai news outlet.
What's Missing in the Effort to Stop the Spread of Typhoid Fever
By Dr. Chris Nelson
May 30, 2012 | Washington Post