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SNHS assistant teaching professor Stefanie Iverson Cabral was interviewed by the campus news team on 12/9. Her expertise in infectious disease, she's been studying them for 20 years, brings a unique perspective to the pandemic. Read more in the campus news story.
SNHS Dean Shari L. Dworkin, whose research focuses on gender relations and HIV prevention, treatment, and care, discusses this year's World AIDS day theme, "Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Resilience and Impact."
SNHS assistant professor Dan Bustillos offers insights on the benefits of a quickly developed COVID-19 vaccination.
SNHS assistant teaching professor Sunita Iyer was interviewed by KIRO 7 for a podcast about consumers "stocking up" on essential items during COVID 19.
KIRO 7 News interviewed SNHS assistant professor Dan Bustillos on 11/27. The article, "Long-term side effects? Developed too quickly? COVID vaccine concerns, answered," included Bustillos as an expert in vaccine and ethics law.