How to prevent the spread of a virus from campus: WU’s dean

By Laila Bensoussan – The University of Wisconsin at Madison (UWM) has made a significant dent in a major pandemic that has left hundreds of thousands of people dead and left the state with a major shortage of water.

UWM dean for public health Richard Schmitt says he hopes that will lead to an eventual cure for the flu.

“It is a real breakthrough,” Schmitt told reporters Friday.

“The virus was the major factor that led to a massive outbreak and the pandemic.

We’ve been able to find the right strain.

It’s not just one strain.”

The virus has been linked to about 4,000 deaths, a major problem in the Midwest.

The UWM is working with Wisconsin and several other states to find a new vaccine, a challenge that will take years.

But Schmitt said the UWM’s research is more than just making vaccines, but has also helped identify strains that can prevent people from contracting the flu by changing their metabolism and metabolisms.UWM researchers have identified more than 30 new genes that can make it more difficult for the virus to replicate, said Schmitt.

These are the same genes that allow a virus to survive the immune system and evade immune defenses.

“We’re working on the viruses to see if we can modify the cells to make them more resistant,” Schmit said.

The first vaccine to be tested was the ZMapp vaccine, which is manufactured by Sanofi Pasteur, but Schmitt stressed that it is still in development.

The vaccine is also being tested on mice and monkeys.

The new gene treatments will be released to the public soon, Schmitt added.

“We’re hoping that people will be able to take a pill once a month, get it and then use it as they would any other drug.”

The UWM research is also aimed at finding ways to reduce the risk of developing the virus.

“What we know now is that people who are vaccinated have a significantly reduced risk of getting the virus,” Schimm said.

“What we’re trying to do is find out if there are any other ways to improve that, to help them reduce the probability of getting it.”

The study is part of a broader effort to prevent influenza outbreaks and to find new and effective ways to prevent new ones, Schmit added.

He said the new research could also lead to new vaccines that could be more effective and cheaper.

Schmitt said he is hopeful that this will be the first time that people can receive a vaccine that is able to prevent a pandemic and help protect against future pandemics.

“This is a big deal,” he said.