Brandon Dionne Assistant Clinical Professor firstname.lastname@example.org 617-373-7460 Expertise antimicrobial stewardship, biology, COVID-19, COVID-19 vaccines, johnson & johnson vaccine, monkeypox, Novavax, pharmacy, the treatment and prevention of infectious diseases, Vaccine Development, Vaccines, Variants Brandon Dionne in the Press Children’s Tylenol in short supply – here’s what parents can do “In most seasons, it is rare to experience shortages of these medications, especially as widespread as this,” said Brandon Dionne, an associate clinical professor at Northeastern University School of Pharmacy in Boston, Massachusetts. NBC Chicago What Side Effects Can You Expect With Your COVID Vaccine Booster Shot? According to doctors at Northeastern University, patients should wait “at least a few weeks” before getting the booster if they’ve recently been diagnosed with COVID. Boston 25 Worcester hospital administering monoclonal antibodies to COVID patients “The advantage of that over something like Regeneron, or monoclonal antibodies, is that you can give it much sooner,” said Brandon Dionne Ph.D., Doctor of Pharmacy and associate clinical professor at Northeastern University. “You don’t have the issues of having to give it intravenously.” Bangor Daily News Yes, COVID’s still here, but it is time to live again Brandon Dionne, assistant clinical professor of pharmacy and health systems sciences at Northeastern University said in October that “until we have reached a point where globally we can prevent transmission, there’s always a risk that it could flare back up.” Rolling Stone ‘Rough Times’ Ahead: What You Should Know as the World Waits for a Vaccine As Fauci has said repeatedly since April, “It’s not going to be a light switch” where one day the pandemic is suddenly over and everything is back to normal. Part of that is because while the high efficacy of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines is promising, Dr. Brandon Dionne, assistant clinical professor at Northeastern University’s School of Pharmacy and […] Brandon Dionne for Northeastern Global News Should you take the new RSV vaccine separately from the COVID and flu shots? Should you take the new RSV vaccine separately from the COVID and flu shots? Experts explain why it’s a good idea for people eligible for the new RSV vaccine to separate it from COVID and flu shots by a week or two. Will the new vaccines prevent Lyme disease? And when will they be available? Will the new vaccines prevent Lyme disease? And when will they be available? As cases of lyme disease surge, questions arise around the delivery and efficacy of a new Pfizer lyme vaccine. Scientists still don’t have all the answers about the coronavirus–and that’s a sign of progress Scientists still don’t have all the answers about the coronavirus–and that’s a sign of progress As researchers study SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19, one thing to keep in mind is that the research is happening while everyone watches.