Study reveals unique retinal scar in Ebola survivors
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  May 16, 2017  
  Ebola Virus  
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 Study reveals unique retinal scar in Ebola survivorsStudy reveals unique retinal scar in Ebola survivors
 
Researchers from the University of Liverpool have conducted a study of Ebola survivors to determine if the virus has any specific effects on the back on the eye using an ultra widefield retinal camera.
 
 
 Researchers use big data to assess impact of infected animal carriers in Ebola virus spreadResearchers use big data to assess impact of infected animal carriers in Ebola virus spread
 
IBM announced its researchers have used big data analytics to assess the impact of infected animal carriers, or an animal reservoir, in the spread of the Ebola virus in a way not been previously done for earlier disease models.
 
   New approach could help improve management decisions during Ebola outbreakNew approach could help improve management decisions during Ebola outbreak
 
A new approach to information gathering could allow scientists to quickly identify the most effective way to manage a disease outbreak, an advance that could save lives.
 
   ‘Geneva signature’ evaluates safety and immunogenicity of promising anti-Ebola virus vaccine‘Geneva signature’ evaluates safety and immunogenicity of promising anti-Ebola virus vaccine
 
An international team based at Geneva University Hospitals and at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, has succeeded in defining a "signature" composed of a small number of inflammatory markers that can be monitored in order to understand how a promising anti-Ebola virus vaccine stimulates the immune system.
 
 Early blood test can predict vaccine immunogenicity
 
Early blood test can predict vaccine immunogenicityWithin seven days of vaccination, a blood test early after vaccination can predict whether vaccines based on living, modified viruses have had the desired effect.
 
 
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