Dr. Natalie Dean discusses correlations between testing and the spread of COVID-19. She also summarizes the reasons behind social distancing.
The Guardian (U.S. Edition) interviews Dr. Rasmussen for its ‘Science Weekly’ podcast series. In this episode, Dr. Rasmussen details how the virus might affect mothers who are expecting and their unborn child.
Dr. Natalie Dean details why clinical researchers must maintain scientific rigor when searching for pandemic answers, even in the face of public pressure to provide answers ‘now’.
Dr. Gilbert R. Upchurch, Jr. advises readers on how to lessen feelings of grief and despair in the face of COVID-19 and provides practical tips for strengthening resolve and maintaining a more positive outlook during times of grief and uncertainty.
Sonja Rasmussen, M.D., M.S. quoted in HCP Live on the effects of COVID-19 in children and considerations for pediatric healthcare workers.
Steven Munger, Director of the Center for Smell and Taste, explains “the jellybean test” to CNN.
John Lednicky, Ph.D. discusses the transmission patterns among coronaviruses and explains how people might contract COVID-19 through similar patterns and scenarios.
Coronavirus: Eye doctors suggest people switch from contact lenses to glasses to prevent Covid-19…
Drs. Munger and Justice answer questions about people’s loss of smell and taste being possible early indicators of COVID-19.
Dr. Frederick Southwick urges people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers to take extra care in regards to COVID-19, urging them to stay home and avoid contact with others as much as possible.