Meet Abbott's team of Virus Hunters who hunt down mutating viruses that could pose a new risk.
This Doctor Jumps Into Action
We are the Virus Hunters.
Mary Rodgers: Scientist, mother, colleague, wife, friend, driven by compassion and curiosity.
Time magazine examines how alliances among government, industry and academia — Abbott and UCSF, for example — can prepare the world for the next outbreak.
John R. Hackett, Jr., Abbott’s divisional vice president for diagnostics, and a team of scientists are working to detect new strains of HIV, hepatitis and more.
Mary Rodgers, Ph.D., discusses our one-of-a-kind global program that keeps pace with new strains of HIV and hepatitis viruses so that our tests stay up-to-date.
Through nearly a decade of teamwork, Abbott and the University of California, San Francisco, are sharing scientific breakthroughs that help the world.
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