What we commonly know now as “The Tuskegee Syphilis Study” is perhaps the most well-known example of unethical treatment of Black Americans by the US medical community, but by no means the only.

Priority setting is critical to making sustainable decisions for introducing new and underutilized vaccines, in choosing among vaccine products, and in determining who gets a vaccine first when supplies are limited.

The project will explore the spread of misinformation and its social drivers in the border community to inform an intervention addressing circulated misinformation.
Sabin’s Vaccine Acceptance and Demand initiative is proud to support a collaborative study between Dow University of Health Science and Aga Khan University researchers, led by principal investigator Rubina Qasim.