Neil Maniar Professor of the Practice, and Director of Northeastern’s Master of Public Health in Urban Health Program firstname.lastname@example.org 6173735925 Expertise Community Health, COVID-19, COVID-19 vaccines, monkeypox, public health, Vaccines, Variants Neil Maniar in the Press Article FDA vaccine panel to consider annual COVID shots: What we know Neil Maniar, a professor of public health practice at Northeastern University in Boston, thinks that’s a good idea. Many Americans have skipped boosters because they were unsure whether they were eligible. A simplified schedule, he said, “will increase vaccination rates because it will hopefully make it easier for people to follow.” Article Politico FDA lays out vision for annual Covid vaccine updates “When you have recommendations that are changing, that can certainly lead to some confusion,” Neil Maniar, the director of the Master of Public Health Program at Northeastern University, told Prescription Pulse. Article CNBC News At least a dozen U.S. universities reinstate mask mandates as Covid cases rise “The national debate over mask mandates is certainly reflective of both pandemic fatigue and the deep political divides we have in terms of the public health policy related to Covid,” said Neil Maniar, director of Northeastern University’s Master of Public Health in Urban Health Program. Article How to Avoid Getting Covid in a Mostly Mask-Free World People who are finally taking a long-delayed and much needed vacation should also consider the Covid status of their destination, says Neil Maniar, director of Northeastern University’s Master of Public Health in Urban Health Program. Also check out local vaccination rates and mask requirements. If a lot of virus is circulating, perhaps opt to eat […] Article U.S. caseloads fall below the Delta peak. “Mandates spur a very strong reaction,” said Neil Maniar, a professor of public health practice at Northeastern University. “You can sometimes achieve the same goal without having a mandate.” Article So You’re Vaccinated! How Can You Let People Know? “I believe that the CDC’s guidance was grounded in science,” says Neil Maniar, director of urban health in the Master of Public Health program at Northeastern University. Neil Maniar for Northeastern Global News Is contact tracing enough to slow the spread of COVID-19? Is contact tracing enough to slow the spread of COVID-19? How can we stay safe as coronavirus restrictions are lifted? How can we stay safe as coronavirus restrictions are lifted?