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Beate Kampmann
Infectious diseases paediatrician, and director of the Vaccine Centre at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London
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Beate Kampmann 3h
Thanks to Imperial brc and now nih for funding this great work by dr holder!
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Beate Kampmann 13h
Powerful video of the impact of RSV on a family in Soweto- releases today as part of the ReSVinet conference in Accra, Ghana
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Sheikh Jarjhu from the MRC Unit in The Gambia presenting our data on RSV burden at the ReSViNet meeting in Accra. It’s also world pneumonia day- RSV makes a significant contribution to the burden! Bring on the Vaccine!
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Beate Kampmann Oct 30
A mum who’s son developed a deadly streptococcal infection telling us the sad story and how they set up the Lee Spark Foundation- so important to have parents and patients involved in our vaccine research! ⁦
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Beate Kampmann Oct 28
By week one you can already tell if a poo sample is from a child in the Uk or Malawi! Microbiome is amazing! Let’s find out if it all really matters.
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Beate Kampmann Oct 28
At the International Society for Vaccines Congress in Ghent : Dr Ed Parker, systems vaccinologist in our group at LSHTM telling us why oral rotavirus vaccine appears to be less effective in LMIC
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Beate Kampmann Oct 24
World Polio day today- and Africa doing well with no cases in the last 3 years. But job not yet done globally. Check out the Vaccine Centre website at LSHTM to learn more about our work on polio@lshtm_vaccines
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Beate Kampmann Oct 16
The contribution of HSV infection to risk of HIV infection might be as high as threefold- modelling data from Bristol suggest. As such, these factors need to be taken into account for the value propositions for these types of vaccines.
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Beate Kampmann Oct 16
How effective does an anti STI vaccine have to be for implementation? Important question for prevention of infections not to be perceived as lethal- although serious enough
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Beate Kampmann Oct 16
Prof David Mabey now exploring issues around the development but also how vaccines against STI’s will be perceived in societies, compared to HPV which is an anti-cancer vaccine
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Beate Kampmann Oct 16
The Vaccine Centre at LSHTM hosting a workshop about vaccines for the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases today : 1 million people a day estimated to get an sti each day- vaccines clearly needed!!
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Beate Kampmann Oct 8
maybe this graphic is more powerful than numbers. have a look and get vaccinated! Flu is around the corner- measles are already here.
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Beate Kampmann Sep 26
Disturbing to see that measles immunisation coverage dropped again. We need 95% of children vaccinated to protect not just ourselves but also other vulnerable individuals. Please step up to the plate-you are having a safe and effective product not just for yourselves!
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Beate Kampmann Sep 15
The 5th international maternal and neonatal immunisation symposium (inmis) is opening now in Vancouver. Exciting program for 3 days , follow us as we discuss how vaccines can improve the health of women and children
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Beate Kampmann Sep 13
Indeed, let’s do more of this type of science comms!
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Beate Kampmann Sep 13
Important study shows that we need a lot more work in infection control and also vaccine development to combat neonatal infections. GBS Vaccine a priority!
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Beate Kampmann Aug 29
Here it starts! Maybe not the only vaccine that will be affected- so go and get yourself and the kids fully vaccinated now- never a bad idea by the way!
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Beate Kampmann Aug 29
Plus there even less elected so called advisors!! It’s all been part of the initial plan- they have been consulting lawyers for weeks on this option!
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Beate Kampmann Aug 9
UK to ease visa restrictions on top scientists post-Brexit however Guardian gets its reporting completely wrong- Brexit is a disaster for science and cannot be plastered over with this reactive move by BJ
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Beate Kampmann Jun 11
Replying to @TogunToyin @EDCTP and 2 others
Congratulations to the teams and I am thrilled to hear about the west African tb-net!!
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