- Julia Hippisley-Cox, professor of clinical epidemiology and general practice1,
- Martina Patone, statistician1,
- Xue W Mei, epidemiologist1,
- Defne Saatci, clinical research fellow1,
- Sharon Dixon, clinical research fellow1,
- Kamlesh Khunti, professor of primary care diabetes and vascular medicine2,
- Francesco Zaccardi, senior clinical research fellow2,
- Peter Watkinson, associate professor of intensive care medicine and consultant in intensive care medicine35,
- Manu Shankar-Hari, professor of critical care medicine4,
- James Doidge, senior statistician and honorary associate professor56,
- David A Harrison, head statistician and honorary professor
ROCKFORD, Mich. (WOOD) — Parents in a Rockford neighborhood were surprised to learn that three children were recently diagnosed with Lyme disease.
These parents wanted to share their story to get Lyme on the radar of other parents and pediatricians in the area, and because the parents of the first child diagnosed shared their story, the other two were able to ask doctors the right questions.
There’s a new routine at the Zoladz household: Before play time, it’s spray time.
“I wasn’t putting bug spray on my kids every day they would play in their backyard; I’ll be honest. I