will go through the basics of the immunology of vaccines and their profound
impact on improving public health and life spans, especially for children.
Schreiber attended Haverford College and received his MD and MPH at Tulane
University. He went on to train in Pediatrics and Infectious Diseases at Boston
Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He had a long career doing NIH
funded research on the immunology of bacterial vaccines at Case Western Reserve
University, and then became Chair of the Departments of Pediatrics at first the
University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and then Tufts University Medical School
in Boston. He retired after serving as CEO of two academic practice plans and
now works part time in Infection Prevention at Connecticut Children's Hospital.
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