'Populations in Extremis'
What's on at Plymouth University: 'Populations in Extremis'. South West Global Health Collaborative open lecture by Dr Jim O'Brien. Plymouth University, 17 October 2016.
New study highlights effectiveness of a herpesvirus cytomegalovirus-based vaccine against Ebola virus
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University leads on a study which brings herpesvirus-based Ebola virus vaccines closer for use in great apes and humans
RedR: Supporting the Ebola response 2014
What's on at Plymouth University: RedR: Supporting the Ebola response 2014. Institution of Civil Engineers South West lecture. Plymouth University, 10 November 2015.
Plymouth role in Sierra Leone Ebola-free status
Plymouth University news: 42 days after the last case of Ebola in Sierra Leone and the country is now officially Ebola-free - and expertise and technology from Plymouth University has helped that happen
Digital health education toolkit in line for EU award
Plymouth University news: ebuddi©, designed to provide infection prevention and protection training in countries affected by Ebola by using the latest mobile technology, is shortlisted for an EU Health Innovations Award
Using creativity and dance to promote global understanding
Plymouth University news: Young people are being given the chance to communicate directly with children affected by the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone and the ongoing disputes in the West Bank as part of a week of events at Plymouth University
Study announces a durable vaccine for Ebola
Plymouth University news: Researchers from Plymouth University have led an international team which has developed a durable vaccine for Ebola together with a disseminating vaccine strategy for use on the great ape populations of West Africa
Plymouth scibar talk: Ebola - science in a developing nation
What's on at Plymouth University: Plymouth scibar talk: Ebola - science in a developing nation. This talk will be given by Dr Leigh Jackson, Plymouth University. Plymouth, 3 March 2015.
Plymouth University team develops immersive training to help fight Ebola
Plymouth University news: Medical education experts from Plymouth University are working with the Masanga Mentor Ebola Initiative to develop immersive training to help health care workers and communities in West Africa fight Ebola