Health officials in Washington state have declared a state of emergency as they work to contain an outbreak of measles in a region with lower-than-normal vaccination rates.
An Australian study found that the rate of Type 1 diabetes decreased by 14 percent after the introduction of the rotavirus vaccine.
ND's kindergarten immunization rates have risen in recent years as officials have joined together to boost vaccinations.
Median vaccination coverage was approximately 94% nationwide for kindergartners.
This MMWR article highlights immunization rate increases in North Dakota, and CIRE work is referenced.
NDSU researchers received a grant from the North Dakota Department of Health to help increase adult immunization rates.
Lauren Dybsand, MPH, former CIRE graduate research assistant, was interviewed at the American Academy of Pediatrics annual meeting about a CIRE project that assessed provider confidence and…
An important NDSU study about immunization rates in North Dakota schools will be published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine in December 2017.
The North Dakota Department of Health reported an increase in kindergarten immunization rates during the 2016-2017 school year.
A New York Times article detailing how cholera emerged from the swamps of Southeast Asia and how a vaccine may stop outbreaks in the future and save lives.
Project Manager Danielle Pinnick was interviewed about the CIRE's current project aimed at increasing adolescent HPV immunization rates in the state of North Dakota.
This NDSU News story highlights the mission and goals of the CIRE, as well as past and current projects.
Minnesota and North Dakota have seen a drastic spike in flu cases. WDAY interviewed Kylie Hall about reasons for the increase in cases and what can be done to prevent the spread of the flu.
One of our current projects aims to increase vaccination rates among North Dakota youth to prevent cancer.
Dr. Carson and Kylie Hall were featured in a story in the Fargo Forum about the decision to vaccinate and barriers that exist to achieving full immunization compliance.
The Arkansas Department of Health is investigating a mumps outbreak that may have infected hundreds of people, with the majority of them children.
Nationally, coverage with vaccines recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices for children aged 19–35 months remains high and stable.
Nationally, immunization rates for children in kindergarten are approximately 94%, but these rates vary greatly from state to state.
The Grand Forks Herald reported on school immunization requirements and how enforcement plays a role in achieving high immunization rates.
Local news station KVRR reports on how the CIRE's Prevent Cancer Foundation Grant will help educate healthcare providers and prevent cases of HPV in North Dakota.
July 25, 2016 – Fargo, North Dakota – The Center for Immunization Research and Education at North Dakota State University has received a $25,000 grant from the Prevent Cancer Foundation to make a…
The North Dakota State University Center for Immunization Research and Education studied school immunization practices and policies over the past year and have compiled a final report of their…
Dr. Paul Carson featured on KVRR discussing the non-vaccination rates in North Dakota.