Dr. Brooke M. Ramay is an assistant research professor at the Paul G. Allen School for Global Health who is leading research on antimicrobial resistance in Guatemala. She has a dual appointment at the Universidad del Valle de Guatemala as an associate professor and researcher at the Center for Health Studies.
Maliki Musa is a field assistant with Rabies Free Tanzania based out of Arusha. Why is it important to eliminate rabies? In my role as a field assistant, I conduct household surveys and evaluate the validation of rabies free vaccination campaigns. It is important to eliminate rabies since it can cause immediate death to human […]
A WSU-led research team found spike proteins from the bat virus, Khosta-2, can infect human cells and is resistant to both the monoclonal antibodies and serum from individuals vaccinated for SARS-CoV-2.
The National Institutes of Health grant will allow researchers at WSU to explore how bacterial proteins work together to cause one of the world’s most widespread diseases transferred from animals to humans.