Dr. Natalie Dean pens an editorial for The Washington Post explaining the dangers of celebrating June’s low coronavirus death rates.
Dr. Cindy Prins discusses new WHO guidelines on coronavirus’ airborne transmission.
Dr. Natalie Dean, assistant professor of biostatistics at the University of Florida, talks about the worrying trend of COVID-19 cases in places other than the tri-state area.
Dr. Amy Y. Vittor co-authors an article on the dangers of deforestation. She links deforestation to the current pandemic and argues that deforestation promotes the spread of viruses from animals to humans.
Dr. Barry Byrne and other UF Health researchers announce plans to repurpose a gene therapy approach used to treat rare neuromuscular diseases for a potential vaccine against COVID-19.
Dr. Natalie Dean clears some of the confusion about ‘asymptomatic’ COVID-19 and its connection to spreading the virus.
Dr. Sonal Tuli discusses infection pathways for novel coronavirus.
Dr. Natalie Dean discusses some of the current statistics regarding COVID-19 infection rates and the dangers of waiting for herd immunity.
Dr. David Nelson, UF’s senior vice president for health affairs, discusses some of the screening and testing necessary to re-open the University of Florida to students.
Merry-Jennifer Markham, MD, FACP, FASCO, an oncologist at University of Florida, discusses the uncertainty some might feel about cancer screenings in the time of COVID-19.