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Enterovirus D68 induced acute flaccid myelitis: What an old foe can teach us about an emerging infectious cause of paralysis

November 20, 2020

Matthew R. Vogt is an assistant professor in pediatrics (infectious diseases) and microbiology & immunology at UNC. He earned his degrees at Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine. His thesis work in the laboratory of Michael Diamond, MD, PhD focused on the study of antibody modification of West Nile virus infection. He completed a … Continued

In memoriam: UNC Project-Malawi colleagues pay tribute to Dr. Peter Kazembe

August 20, 2020

Our dear friend, Dr. Peter Kazembe, a Malawian colleague, pediatrician and adjunct professor of medicine with the University of North Carolina’s Institute for Global Health and Infection Diseases, died on August 11, 2020 at the age of 65 while receiving treatment for cancer in South Africa. He is survived by his wife, Hilda, and three … Continued