Judith Glynn

Judith Glynn left clinical medicine to come to the School in 1990 to do the MSc in Epidemiology. She went on to do a PhD (on the influence of infecting dose on severity of disease) and then joined the Karonga Prevention Study to work on tuberculosis and HIV in Malawi
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COVID-19: Tackling the Novel Coronavirus (FutureLearn)

What is COVID-19 and how might the outbreak affect you? Find out more about coronavirus and explore its worldwide implications. Understand the emergence of COVID-19 and how we respond to it going forward. The world is paying close attention to the outbreak of novel coronavirus, following its emergence in [...]
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Ebola in Context: Understanding Transmission, Response and Control (FutureLearn)

How has the Ebola outbreak become a humanitarian emergency? Learn about the science behind the crisis.In 2014, Ebola went from a scarcely known virus to the subject of daily news reports. The epidemic in West Africa has quickly surpassed all previous outbreaks, to become an unprecedented humanitarian [...]
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