Articles by: Kathleen Day

Author Biography:

Kathleen Day is a PhD student in medicine at the University of Cambridge and US National Institutes of Health. Kathleen has extensive experience in the fields of immunology, hematology, genetics, cellular biology and microbiology where she has worked within both the academic and private sectors in Europe and North America. Prior to her PhD, Kathleen worked as a life sciences consultant and graduated with a double major in microbiology and molecular biology from the University of Vermont.

Lifters, Leaners and Vaccination: The ‘Free Riders’ of Herd Immunity

Although the development of a COVID-19 vaccine broke records for speed, never before have virtually limitless financial and scientific resources suddenly been made available.