Dr. John Coumbis is a clinical pharmacologist practicing in CRANBURY, NJ. Dr. Coumbis specializes in developing and testing new pharmaceutical products, with specific focus on the correlation between drugs and diseases. Clinical pharmacologists optimize drug prescribing and prevent medication errors as well as contribute to new drug applications delivered to the FDA.
- Population immunity to measles in the United States, 1999.
- Vaccination levels associated with lack of measles transmission among preschool-aged populations in the United States, 1989-1991.
- Elimination of measles and of disparities in measles childhood vaccine coverage among racial and ethnic minority populations in the United States.
- Measles hospitalizations, United States, 1985-2002.
- Public health surveillance for suspected smallpox in the United States, 2003-2005: results of a national survey.
- Protection of racial/ethnic minority populations during an influenza pandemic.
- Value of a small control group for estimating intervention effectiveness: results from simulations of immunization effectiveness studies.
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