July 20, 2013 |
Since setting up this blog in June 2013, I have received several inquiries about how my research fits into the broader topic of the field of HSV-2 vaccine research. To address such questions in advance, I provide a brief summary below.
For anyone interested in all the details, a quick visit to PubMed (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed) followed by entry of the search term “Halford W” will pull up everything I have published on the topic.
For anyone who wishes to donate to my lab’s research efforts to find a HSV-2 vaccine, I provide the relevant information at the bottom.
– Bill H.
1. Bill Halford’s 2007 Future Virology Editorial on HSV-2 vaccines:
2. Karen Carlson’s 2010 Aspects magazine article:
3. Lachlan Whatmore’s 2010 Diffusion Science radio show interview:
4. Dean Olsen’s 2010 State Journal Register newspaper article:
Anyone interested in making a tax-deductible donation to the Halford Vaccine Research Program may do so by mail, as follows:
Write a check payable to “SIU Foundation” and either in a letter or on the Memo line of the check write “Halford Vaccine Fund,” and mail the check to the following address:Mrs. Risa Kirkpatrick, Business Administrator Dept of Microbiology and Immunology Southern Illinois University School of Medicine P.O. Box 19626 Springfield, IL 62794-9626
These funds will be used solely for the purposes of HSV-2 vaccine research.
Please note that while Online Donations to the SIU Foundation are technically possible, I can only personally assure that donations to the SIU Foundation are properly allocated into the Halford Vaccine Fund if they are mailed directly to my Departmental Business Administrator per the instructions above.