Anne Rimoin

epidemiology professor at UCLA and founder of the UCLA-DRC Health Research and Training program

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Epidemiologist, virus hunter, associate professor at UCLA’s Fielding School of Public Health

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The W.H.O. says there’s a "high risk of biological hazard" in Khartoum following the lab’s capture. Experts say it’s time to improve global biosecurity.

Polio, measles stored in Sudanese laboratory now under siege

The W.H.O. says there’s a "high risk of biological hazard" in Khartoum following the lab’s capture. Experts say it’s time to improve global biosecurity.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

California has over 400 monkeypox cases, and tests and vaccines are tough to access.

US will ‘be constantly chasing behind outbreaks’ without stronger public health

California has over 400 monkeypox cases, and tests and vaccines are tough to access.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The community must be aware of new monkeypox cases, but shouldn’t be alarmed over them, says UCLA’s Anne Rimoin.

Why monkeypox isn’t cause for concern, especially compared to COVID

The community must be aware of new monkeypox cases, but shouldn’t be alarmed over them, says UCLA’s Anne Rimoin.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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