Special Issue "Vaccination Strategies for COVID-19"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2022) | Viewed by 100720
2. Department of Pathology, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI, USA
Interests: biomarker discovery; inflammation; immunotherapeutics; IgE/IgG antibody regulation; ADCC
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Special Issue in COVID: Immune Responses in Coronavirus Disease
Special Issue in Vaccines: Vaccination Strategies for COVID-19 (II)
We are at the precipice of unprecedented developments in the arena of vaccine development and application. In the wake of COVID-19, government, academia, medicine, science, and engineering have coordinated, matured, and promoted worldwide vaccination strategies, as part of the healthcare armamentarium, towards curtailing and hopefully eradicating this global pandemic. These include both "tried and true" as well as novel modalities to stimulate the immune system to provide appropriate and hopefully long-lasting protection against the COVID-19 wild-type virus as well as potential variants. In this Special Issue, we entreat those invested in the unique field of vaccine development, application, and the greater healthcare industry to share their understanding with their clinical, scientific, academic, medical, and healthcare colleagues. This will provide a platform to amalgamate efforts and understanding as well as synergize efforts for current and future vaccine initiatives.
Prof. Dr. Martin H. Bluth
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