As the NHS rolls out the COVID-19 vaccine to people aged 18 and over, Chevonne Risbrooke, a Medical student at the University of Birmingham, interviews Dr Anthony Cox from the University’s School of Pharmacy to ask whether she should be…

It’s been almost a year since the global lockdown of 2020. Do you still have questions about Long Covid, vaccines, antibodies, testing, and genomic sequencing? Join Profs Nick Loman, Alan McNally, Alex Richter who have been at the forefront of…

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The University of Birmingham today launches a major new £2.2m government-funded research project to improve the treatment, causes and symptoms of so-called Long COVID in non-hospitalised patients. https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/news/latest/2021/02/long-covid-research-treatment-symptoms-health.aspx

How mRNA vaccines work

February 16, 2021 PR Team

The new mRNA COVID vaccine uses established research to create a safe and effective defense against coronavirus. In this video we explain how it works.