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.
Piyush K. Jain, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and a member of the UF Health Cancer Center, explains why CRISPR might be the key for at-home coronavirus tests.
Dr. Kartic Cherabuddi and Dr. Juan Vilaro discuss the complicated case of Enell “Trent” Porter who survived heart and kidney transplants, and then Covid-19.
Dr. Scott Brakenridge discusses evolving discoveries about novel coronavirus’ behavior, including the various ways it attacks its hosts.
Sonha Rasmussen warns pregnant women to avoid getting coronavirus, saying we don’t yet know the full implications of infection…
Natalie Dean, Ph.D., discusses the overarching benefits of antibody testing. She details the scientific and public benefits that come with rigorous, wide-spread testing efforts.
Cindy Prins, Ph.D., discusses population density in relation to the spread of novel coronavirus.
Dr. Natalie Dean appears on CNN International’s “Erin Burnett OutFront.” There she explains herd immunity and discusses Sweden’s herd immunity strategy. She also explains why the strategy might be bad for the U.S.
Dr. Natalie Dean co-authors a New York Times opinion piece that details the underlying dangers of pushing for ‘natural’ herd immunity without accompanying vaccinations.
Yang Yang, Associate Professor of Biostatistics, summarizes research findings about close-contact Coronavirus spread in households and among people who visit each other regularly.