Archived articles


Destination: Vaccination
Published July 30, 2021
Every Thursday, Johns Hopkins teams up with the Baltimore City Health Department and the city's chapter of the NAACP to offer free COVID-19 vaccinations to Baltimoreans
From Olympic swimmer to pandemic responder
Published July 29, 2021
Silver-medal swimmer Tara Kirk Sell now wages a battle against both COVID-19 spread and the misinformation surrounding the virus
Alumni spotlight
Bridging the broadband gap in wake of COVID-19
Published July 26, 2021
As director for broadband development and connectivity for Louisiana, alum Veneeth Iyengar is working to increase access to digital services for education, telehealth, and more
Vaccine hesitancy and ways of reducing it
Published July 22, 2021
Messages that emphasize vaccination within people's social groups shown to be more effective at reversing vaccine hesitancy than messages that highlight national vaccine statistics
How to update an mRNA vaccine
Published July 22, 2021
Confronted with SARS-CoV-2 variants that could weaken mRNA vaccines? No problem.
Decoding delta
Published July 19, 2021
Virologist Andrew Pekosz discusses what we know so far about the delta variant of the coronavirus and what it means for our understanding of SARS-CoV-2 overall
Confronting a COVID-19 crisis half a world away
Published July 12, 2021
'Dome' catches up with the Hopkins students and faculty working to combat the coronavirus pandemic in India from afar
COVID-19 vaccines and kids
Published July 2, 2021
Public health and medical leaders explore the complexities of vaccinating kids during Johns Hopkins/UW symposium
Script revisions
Published Summer 2021
As script supervisor for the ABC sitcom The Goldbergs, Ari Halpern was deemed an essential employee during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Will we need a COVID-19 booster?
Published July 1, 2021
In the 'L.A. Times,' Johns Hopkins vaccine expert Kawsar Talaat discusses factors that may determine whether boosters are needed / Los Angeles Times