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UCalgary researchers unlock new insights that could help with vaccine development | EurekAlert!
Study finds immune responses thought to be non-protective are actually essential.
Publishing date: July 27, 2020
Tiny fly, deadly bite | Innovation.ca
Leishmaniasis is a devastating disease that kills tens-of-thousands of people every year. By studying the sandflies that transmit it, the University of Calgary’s Chukwunonso Nzelu is helping to zero in on a vaccine
Publishing date: October 1, 2018
High-containment lab raises sand flies to investigate global health issue | UCalgary News
In a highly specialized lab at the University of Calgary’s Cumming School of Medicine (CSM) a team of researchers is raising sand flies to understand more about transmission of the disease and our immune system’s response to it.
Publishing date: March 9, 2018