Dr Sarah Pitt

Dr Sarah Pitt

Total 4 Posts
  • Brighton, UK.
Principal Lecturer, Microbiology and Biomedical Science Practice, Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Science, University of Brighton.

How the leading coronavirus vaccines work.

5 min read
Both Moderna and AstraZeneca have used cutting-edge designs to reduce their vaccines' development time. Having a few options could help us roll out some level of protection to all people in every country as soon as possible.

Does coronavirus spread more easily in cold temperatures?

4 min read
Winter weather forces us to congregate inside but evidence suggests cold, dry air also helps spread respiratory viruses.

Coronavirus: What will happen if we can’t produce a vaccine?

4 min read
Natural herd immunity is a myth. It is not something that can be achieved by natural infection. Without a vaccine, the virus could become endemic, permanently present in the population.

A coronavirus vaccine may require boosters – Here is what that means.

5 min read
Whether a coronavirus vaccine involves a live virus or a carrier organism, it will probably require more than one injection. But that is not a bad thing.
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