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During One of the Earliest Flu Seasons, Researchers Share Subtle Strategy for Promoting Vaccination

With the nation experiencing one of the earliest flu seasons since the winter of 2003, Matthew McGlone – an associate professor of communication studies in The University of Texas at Austin's College of Communication – has discovered a subtle linguistic strategy for promoting vaccination.

Biology Student Awarded Truman Scholarship to Support Graduate Study in Public Health

Biology Student Awarded Truman Scholarship to Support Graduate Study in Public Health

Genevieve Allen, a Dean's Scholars Honors Biology major at The University of Texas at Austin, has been selected as a 2011 Truman Scholar.

Flu Prevention Is a University Priority for Fall 2009

University communities are particularly vulnerable this fall to the spread of influenza, both seasonal and novel H1N1.

Texas Researchers Tackle Influenza by Studying Human Behavior

Texas Researchers Tackle Influenza by Studying Human Behavior

Lauren Ancel Meyers and Paul Damien will participate in a $3 million, five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to fight influenza and other diseases by creating models that simulate the complex interplay between human behavior and the spread of disease.