Aubree Gordon

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What to know about the new COVID-19 booster shots

Aubree Gordon quoted in the New York Times

A new COVID-19 booster shot for the Omricon variant will be made available. Aubree Gordon, associate professor of Epidemiology at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, describes the number of weeks it takes for anti-bodies from the booster shot to start working.

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How concerned should you be about monkeypox?

Faculty Q&A

Monkeypox, a virus that causes pus-filled blisters, has been detected in several countries, including the United States, Canada, Australia and some European nations.

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US Nears 800,000 COVID-19 Deaths As Omicron Looms

Aubree Gordon quoted in National Geographic

Despite the availability of vaccines, the disease has become one of the nation’s leading causes of death—and more people are letting their guard down. Aubree Gordon, associate professor of Epidemiology, discusses the importance of vaccination for COVID-19.