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2002, ISBN 0309084148, xviii, 213
Since smallpox eradication, the science of eradication has changed and with it, our definitions of what diseases are possible to eradicate. However,... 
Medical policy | Virus diseases | Prevention | Immunization | Congresses | Virus disease | Communicable disease control | Vaccination | Trends
Book
2003, ISBN 9780309088541, xix, 313
The resistance topic is timely given current events. The emergence of mysterious new diseases, such as SARS, and the looming threat of bioterrorist attacks... 
Drug Resistance, Microbial | Drug resistance in microorganisms | Congresses | Microbiology
Book
Vaccine, ISSN 0264-410X, 01/2019, Volume 37, Issue 2, pp. 352 - 365
Immunization programs have leveraged decades of research to maximize oral polio vaccine (OPV) response. Moving toward global poliovirus eradication, the WHO... 
Poliomyelitis | Home environment | Enteropathogen infection | Oral polio vaccination | CASH TRANSFER PROGRAMS | MEDICINE, RESEARCH & EXPERIMENTAL | TRIVALENT | GUT FUNCTION | FEEDING PRACTICES | MUCOSAL IMMUNITY | IMMUNOLOGY | CHILDREN | FED INFANTS | ANTIBODY-RESPONSE | ENVIRONMENTAL ENTEROPATHY | DEVELOPING-COUNTRIES | Schedules | Transferrin | Vaccination | Infections | Vaccines | Parasites | Socioeconomics | Risk factors | Underweight | Bacteria | Children | Malnutrition | Age | Immunization | Socio-economic aspects | Diarrhea | Exposure | Regression analysis | Breast feeding | Risk analysis | Seroconversion | Environmental conditions | Children & youth | Socioeconomic factors | Serotypes | BGD, Dhaka, Bangladesh | NEB, Bhaktapur, Nepal | TZH, Haydom, Tanzania | SAV, Venda, South Africa | EPI, Expanded Program on Immunization | GMT, geometric mean titer | OPV, Oral Poliovirus Vaccine | INV, Vellore, India | WAMI, Water | PKN, Naushero Feroze, Pakistan | PEL, Loreto, Peru | BRF, Fortaleza, Brazil | IPV, inactivated oral poliovirus vaccine | MAL-ED, The Etiology, Risk Factors and Interactions of Enteric Infections and Malnutrition and the Consequences for Child Health and Development | tOPV, trivalent Oral Poliovirus Vaccine | cVDPV, circulating vaccine-derived poliomyelitis | sanitation, household Assets, Maternal education, and household Income index
Journal Article
by Kosek, Margaret N and Kosek, Margaret and Ahmed, Imran and Ahmed, Tahmeed and Bhutta, Zulfiquar and Bhutta, Zulfiqar A and Caulfield, Laura and Guerrant, Richard L and Guerrant, Richard and Houpt, Eric and Kang, Gagandeep and Lee, Gwenyth and Lima, Ila F and Lima, Aldo and Lima, Aldo A.M and Lima, Noélia L and McCormick, Benjamin J.J and Platts-Mills, James and Seidman, Jessica and Seidman, Jessica C and Blank, Rebecca R and Gottlieb, Michael and Knobler, Stacey L and Lang, Dennis R and Miller, Mark A and Tountas, Karen H and Checkley, William and Mason, Carl J and Murray-Kolb, Laura E and Petri, William A and Bessong, Pascal and Haque, Rashidul and John, Sushil and Mduma, Estomih R and Oriá, Reinaldo B and Shrestha, Rita and Shrestha, Binob and Shrestha, Prakash Sunder and Shrestha, Sanjaya Kumar and Svensen, Erling and Zaidi, Anita K.M and Abreu, Cláudia B and Acosta, Angel Mendez and Shamsir Ahmed, A.M and Ali, Asad and Ambikapathi, Ramya and Barrett, Leah and Bauck, Aubrey and Bayyo, Eliwaza and Bodhidatta, Ladaporn and Bose, Anuradha and Daniel Carreon, J and Chandyo, Ram Krishna and Charu, Vivek and Costa, Hilda and Dillingham, Rebecca and Di Moura, Alessandra and Doan, Viyada and Filho, Jose Quirino and Graham, Jhanelle and Hoest, Christel and Hossain, Iqbal and Islam, Munirul and Steffi Jennifer, M and Kaki, Shiny and Koshy, Beena and Leite, Álvaro M and Maciel, Bruna L.L and Mahfuz, Mustafa and Mahopo, Cloupas and Maphula, Angelina and McGrath, Monica and Mohale, Archana and Moraes, Milena and Mota, Rosa M.S and Mota, Francisco S and Muliyil, Jayaprakash and Mvungi, Regisiana and Nayyar, Gaurvika and Nyathi, Emanuel and Olortegui, Maribel Paredes and Oria, Reinaldo and Vasquez, Angel Orbe and Pan, William K and Pascal, John and Patil, Crystal L and Pendergast, Laura and Pinedo, Silvia Rengifo and Psaki, Stephanie and Raghava, Mohan Venkata and Ramanujam, Karthikeyan and Rasheed, Muneera and Rasmussen, Zeba A and Richard, Stephanie A and Rose, Anuradha and Roshan, Reeba and Schaefer, Barbara and Scharf, Rebecca and Sharma, Srujan L and Simons, Suzanne and ... and MAL-ED Network Investigators and Sample Processing Management and Data Anal Grp
EBioMedicine, ISSN 2352-3964, 04/2017, Volume 18, Issue C, pp. 109 - 117
Journal Article
Vaccine, ISSN 0264-410X, 2016, Volume 35, Issue 3, pp. 443 - 451
Abstract Background Launched in 1974, the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) is estimated to prevent two-three million deaths annually from polio,... 
Allergy and Immunology | Vaccine timing | Vaccine coverage | Socioeconomic factors | Measles | Public health | EPI | MEDICINE, RESEARCH & EXPERIMENTAL | SOUTH-AFRICA | SITE | NETWORK | RISK-FACTORS | IMMUNOLOGY | MALNUTRITION | IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE | ENTERIC INFECTIONS | BIRTH COHORT | TIMELINESS | POLIO | South America | Follow-Up Studies | Humans | Africa | Infant | Asia, Southeastern | Vaccination Coverage | Medication Adherence | Immunization Schedule | Developing Countries | Vaccines - administration & dosage | Infant, Newborn | Cohort Studies | Whooping-cough | Vaccines | Tetanus | Analysis | Caregivers | Parent educational background | Immunization | Family income | Households | Children & youth | Confidence intervals | Education | Poliomyelitis | Malnutrition | Age | BGD, Dhaka, Bangladesh | TZH, Haydom, Tanzania | EPI, Expanded Program on Immunization | UNICEF, United Nations Children’s Fund | BCG, Bacillus Calmette-Guérin | INV, Vellore, India | WAMI, Water | PKN, Naushero Feroze, Pakistan | MAL-ED, The Etiology, Risk Factors and Interactions of Enteric Infections and Malnutrition and the Consequences for Child Health and Development | WHO, World Health Organization | sanitation, Assets, Maternal education and Income | NEB, Bhaktapur, Nepal | IPV, Inactivated Polio Vaccine | SAV, Venda, South Africa | DHS, Demographic Health Survey | OPV, Oral Polio Vaccine | LTF, lost to follow up | PEL, Loreto, Peru | BRF, Fortaleza, Brazil | DPT, Diphtheria, Pertussis, and Tetanus
Journal Article
04/2002, ISBN 0309082536, 334
In the wake of September 11th and recent anthrax events, our nation's bioterrorism response capability has become an imminent priority for policy-makers,... 
Bioterrorism | Congresses
eBook
07/2004, ISBN 0309089948, 236
In recent years, a number of chronic diseases have been linked, in some cases definitively, to an infectious etiology: peptic ulcer disease with Helicobacter... 
Chronic diseases | Congresses | Etiology | Communicable diseases | Transmission
eBook
12/2003
The emergence of resistance to therapeutics is not a new phenomenon among microbes--whether viral, bacterial or protozoan. This workshop summary addresses the... 
Health Policy | Science and Technology Policy
Paper
02/2006
Summary of an IOM workshop in which presentations and discussion addressed the practical application of technologies, methodologies, and practices related to... 
Book Chapter
12/2002
This recent publication from the National Academies deals with the science and policy issues surrounding terrorism and security in the US. 
Biological and Chemical Weapons | Terrorism | Science and Technology Policy | Domestic Issues (U.S.)
Paper
by McCormick, Benjamin J J and Richard, Stephanie A and Caulfield, Laura E and Pendergast, Laura L and Seidman, Jessica C and Koshy, Beena and Roshan, Reeba and Shrestha, Rita and Shrestha, Rita and Svensen, Erling and Svensen, Erling and Blacy, Ladislaus and Rasmussen, Zeba and Maphula, Angelina and Scharf, Rebecca and Nahar, Baitun and Haque, Sayma and Rasheed, Muneera and Oria, Reinaldo and Rogawski, Elizabeth T and Murray-Kolb, Laura E and Acosta, Angel Mendez and de Burga, Rosa Rios and Chavez, Cesar Banda and Flores, Julian Torres and Olotegui, Maribel Paredes and Pinedo, Silvia Rengifo and Salas, Mery Siguas and Trigoso, Dixner Rengifo and Vasquez, Angel Orbe and Ahmed, Imran and Alam, Didar and Ali, Asad and Bhutta, Zulfiqar A and Qureshi, Shahida and Rasheed, Muneera and Soofi, Sajid and Turab, Ali and Zaidi, Anita K M and Bodhidatta, Ladaporn and Mason, Carl J and Babji, Sudhir and Bose, Anuradha and George, Ajila T and Hariraju, Dinesh and Jennifer, M Steffi and John, Sushil and Kaki, Shiny and Kang, Gagandeep and Karunakaran, Priyadarshani and Koshy, Beena and Lazarus, Robin P and Muliyil, Jayaprakash and Raghava, Mohan Venkata and Raju, Sophy and Ramachandran, Anup and Ramadas, Rakhi and Ramanujam, Karthikeyan and Sharma, Srujan L and Sundaram E, Shanmuga and Thomas, Rahul J and Pan, William K and Ambikapathi, Ramya and Carreon, J Daniel and Charu, Vivek and Doan, Viyada and Graham, Jhanelle and Hoest, Christel and Knobler, Stacey and Lang, Dennis R and McCormick, Benjamin J J and McGrath, Monica and Miller, Mark A and Mohale, Archana and Nayyar, Gaurvika and Psaki, Stephanie and Rasmussen, Zeba and Wang, Vivian and Blank, Rebecca and Gottlieb, Michael and Tountas, Karen H and Amour, Caroline and Bayyo, Eliwaza and Mduma, Estomih R and Mvungi, Regisiana and Nshama, Rosemary and Pascal, John and Swema, Buliga Mujaga and Yarrot, Ladislaus and Ahmed, Tahmeed and Ahmed, A M Shamsir and Haque, Rashidul and Hossain, Iqbal and Islam, Munirul and Mahfuz, Mustafa and Mondal, Dinesh and Tofail, Fahmida and Chandyo, Ram Krishna and Shrestha, Prakash Sunder and Ulak, Manjeswori and ... and MAL-ED Network Investigators and The MAL-ED Network Investigators
The Journal of Nutrition, ISSN 0022-3166, 08/2019, Volume 149, Issue 8, pp. 1460 - 1469
ABSTRACT Background Child cognitive development is influenced by early-life insults and protective factors. To what extent these factors have a long-term... 
MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES | ENTEROPATHY | home environment | IRON | diarrhea | INTELLIGENCE | NUTRITION & DIETETICS | dietary intake | HOME-ENVIRONMENT | MOTOR DEVELOPMENT | INFANTS | cognitive development | micronutrients | BIRTH COHORT | YOUNG-CHILDREN | illness | Original
Journal Article
by Rogawski, Elizabeth T and Liu, Jie and Platts-Mills, James A and Kabir, Furqan and Lertsethtakarn, Paphavee and Siguas, Mery and Khan, Shaila S and Praharaj, Ira and Murei, Arinao and Nshama, Rosemary and Mujaga, Buliga and Havt, Alexandre and Maciel, Bruna LL and Maciel, Irene A and Operario, Darwin J and Taniuchi, Mami and Gratz, Jean and Stroup, Suzanne E and Roberts, James H and Kalam, Adil and Aziz, Fatima and Qureshi, Shahida and Islam, M Ohedul and Islam, Munirul and Sakpaisal, Pimmada and Silapong, Sasikorn and Yori, Pablo P and Rajendiran, Revathi and Benny, Blossom and McGrath, Monica and Seidman, Jessica C and Lang, Dennis and Gottlieb, Michael and Guerrant, Richard L and Lima, Noélia L and Lima, Ila F and Lima, Aldo A M and Leite, Álvaro M and Leite, Jose Paulo and Samie, Amidou and Bessong, Pascal O and Page, Nicola and Bodhidatta, Ladaporn and Mason, Carl and Shrestha, Binob and Shrestha, Rita and Shrestha, Sanjaya and Shrestha, Prakash Sunder and Kiwelu, Ireen and Mduma, Estomih R and Iqbal, Najeeha T and Bhutta, Zulfiqar A and Ahmed, Tahmeed and Ahmed, AM Shamsir and Ahmed, Imran and Haque, Rashidul and Haque, Umma and Kang, Gagandeep and Kosek, Margaret N and Houpt, Eric R and Acosta, Angel Mendez and Rios de Burga, Rosa and Chavez, Cesar Banda and Flores, Julian Torres and Olotegui, Maribel Paredes and Pinedo, Silvia Rengifo and Trigoso, Dixner Rengifo and Vasquez, Angel Orbe and Alam, Didar and Alam, Md Ashraful and Ali, Asad and Rasheed, Muneera and Soofi, Sajid and Turab, Ali and Yousafzai, Aisha and Zaidi, Anita KM and Rayamajhi, Bishnu Bahadur and Strand, Tor and Ammu, Geetha and Babji, Sudhir and Bose, Anuradha and George, Ajila T and Hariraju, Dinesh and Jennifer, M. Steffi and John, Sushil and Kaki, Shiny and Karunakaran, Priyadarshani and Koshy, Beena and Lazarus, Robin P and Muliyil, Jayaprakash and Ragasudha, Preethi and Raghava, Mohan Venkata and Raju, Sophy and Ramachandran, Anup and Ramadas, Rakhi and Ramanujam, Karthikeyan and Rose, Anuradha and Roshan, Reeba and Sharma, Srujan L and Sundaram, Shanmuga and ... and MAL-ED Network Investigators
The Lancet Global Health, ISSN 2214-109X, 12/2018, Volume 6, Issue 12, pp. e1319 - e1328
Enteropathogen infections in early childhood not only cause diarrhoea but contribute to poor growth. We used molecular diagnostics to assess whether particular... 
MALNUTRITION | PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | 1ST 2 YEARS | DIARRHEA | RESEARCH-AND-DEVELOPMENT | WATER-QUALITY | UNDERNUTRITION | WEIGHT | CAMPYLOBACTER | SANITATION | NUTRITIONAL INTERVENTIONS
Journal Article
by Platts-Mills, James A and Liu, Jie and Rogawski, Elizabeth T and Kabir, Furqan and Lertsethtakarn, Paphavee and Siguas, Mery and Khan, Shaila S and Praharaj, Ira and Murei, Arinao and Nshama, Rosemary and Mujaga, Buliga and Havt, Alexandre and Maciel, Bruna LL and Maciel, Irene A and McMurry, Timothy L and Operario, Darwin J and Taniuchi, Mami and Gratz, Jean and Stroup, Suzanne E and Roberts, James H and Kalam, Adil and Aziz, Fatima and Qureshi, Shahida and Islam, Munirul and Islam, M Ohedul and Sakpaisal, Pimmada and Silapong, Sasikorn and Yori, Pablo P and Rajendiran, Revathi and Benny, Blossom and McGrath, Monica and McCormick, Benjamin J J and Seidman, Jessica C and Lang, Dennis and Gottlieb, Michael and Guerrant, Richard L and Lima, Ila F and Lima, Aldo A M and Lima, Noélia L and Leite, Jose Paulo and Leite, Álvaro M and Samie, Amidou and Bessong, Pascal O and Page, Nicola and Bodhidatta, Ladaporn and Mason, Carl and Shrestha, Prakash Sunder and Shrestha, Rita and Shrestha, Binob and Shrestha, Sanjaya and Kiwelu, Ireen and Mduma, Estomih R and Iqbal, Najeeha T and Bhutta, Zulfiqar A and Ahmed, Imran and Ahmed, Tahmeed and Ahmed, AM Shamsir and Haque, Umma and Haque, Rashidul and Kang, Gagandeep and Kosek, Margaret N and Houpt, Eric R and Acosta, Angel Mendez and Rios de Burga, Rosa and Chavez, Cesar Banda and Flores, Julian Torres and Olotegui, Maribel Paredes and Pinedo, Silvia Rengifo and Trigoso, Dixner Rengifo and Vasquez, Angel Orbe and Alam, Md Ashraful and Alam, Didar and Ali, Asad and Rasheed, Muneera and Soofi, Sajid and Turab, Ali and Yousafzai, Aisha and Zaidi, Anita KM and Rayamajhi, Bishnu Bahadur and Strand, Tor and Ammu, Geetha and Babji, Sudhir and Bose, Anuradha and George, Ajila T and Hariraju, Dinesh and Jennifer, M. Steffi and John, Sushil and Kaki, Shiny and Karunakaran, Priyadarshani and Koshy, Beena and Lazarus, Robin P and Muliyil, Jayaprakash and Ragasudha, Preethi and Raghava, Mohan Venkata and Raju, Sophy and Ramachandran, Anup and Ramadas, Rakhi and Ramanujam, Karthikeyan and Rose, Anuradha and Roshan, Reeba and ... and MAL-ED Network Investigators
The Lancet Global Health, ISSN 2214-109X, 12/2018, Volume 6, Issue 12, pp. e1309 - e1318
Optimum management of childhood diarrhoea in low-resource settings has been hampered by insufficient data on aetiology, burden, and associated clinical... 
MALNUTRITION | PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | MANAGEMENT | COUNTRIES | CHILDHOOD DIARRHEA | PEDIATRIC DIARRHEA | DISEASE | ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE
Journal Article