Jessica Martin

PhD

Most Recent Articles by Jessica Martin

Influenza Vaccine in Children: Recommendations From the AAP

Influenza Vaccine in Children: Recommendations From the AAP

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Providers may continue to offer vaccines until June 30 of every year, the date marking the end of the influenza season, because influenza is unpredictable.

Delaying Rotavirus Vaccination Until Discharge Leads to Missed Opportunities

Delaying Rotavirus Vaccination Until Discharge Leads to Missed Opportunities

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Study found that many hospitalized infants did not receive rotavirus vaccination before discharge and were no longer age-eligible for vaccination after discharge from the hospital.

Meningococcal B Vaccine Elicits Bactericidal Responses Against Diverse Strains

Meningococcal B Vaccine Elicits Bactericidal Responses Against Diverse Strains

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MenB-FHbp was safe and immunogenic after dose 2 and dose 3 and was also associated with more injection-site reactions than hepatitis A virus vaccine and saline.

Hepatitis B Immunoglobulin, Vaccine Series Prevents Mother-to-Child Transmission

Hepatitis B Immunoglobulin, Vaccine Series Prevents Mother-to-Child Transmission

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Hepatitis B immunoglobulin at birth combined with full hepatitis B vaccine series provides infants with protection against perinatal infection from hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg)-positive mothers.

No Effect of In Utero HIV, ART Exposure on Telomere Length During Early Life

No Effect of In Utero HIV, ART Exposure on Telomere Length During Early Life

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Maternal smoking during pregnancy exerts an effect on leukocyte telomere length at birth but in utero HIV/combination antiretroviral therapy exposure does not.

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