Dr Zania Stamataki

Dr Zania Stamataki

Total 5 Posts
  • Birmingham, UK.
Senior Lecturer in Viral Immunology, Institute of Immunology & Immunotherapy, University of Birmingham.

Lockdown roadmap: Is the UK’s exit plan the right one? Three experts give their view.

6 min read
The UK government has announced a four stage plan for ending COVID-19 restrictions.

Act like you’re carrying a dangerous coronavirus mutation – because you might be.

5 min read
We can help vaccines keep up with the mutating coronavirus by doubling down on preventive measures. This means increasing physical distancing and wearing masks even outdoors. We must all act like we are carrying a new variant, because any one of us might be.

Are ‘immunity passports’ a good idea?

5 min read
Vaccinated people may still transmit infection, and we need to gather evidence after the Covid-19 vaccines are rolled out to measure if vaccines can confer sterilising immunity and eliminate transmission.

Pfizer vaccine: What an ‘efficacy rate above 90%’ really means.

3 min read
In science, vaccine efficacy and effectiveness mean something different.

Coronavirus reinfection – What it actually means, and why you shouldn’t panic.

3 min read
Scientists were not surprised by reports on coronavirus reinfection; the lack of symptoms on reinfection is encouraging.
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