Since its founding in 1811, MGH has both faced pandemics and learned from them.
Waiting a decade or more for new vaccines may be a thing of the past, thanks to the revolution of rational vaccine design.
A breakthrough Ebola vaccine was grown in tobacco leaves. Are genetically modified plants the future of pharmaceuticals?
Rapid genetic sequencing maps an Ebola outbreak in fine detail.
A brief history of quarantine in policy and popular prose.
Treating the epidemic means re-evaluating a public health tool with a storied past.
New digital systems can help keep infectious agents at arm’s length—or further away.