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Covid-19

Profile
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
Symposium
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
Food systems
The tumultuous year of the fish
Published Summer 2021
New research examines the jolt to the seafood supply chain caused by COVID-19—and how we might build resilience in the future / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Caring for a nation
Published Summer 2021
Rochelle Walensky credits Hopkins for setting her on the path to studying infectious diseases and, ultimately, to her work at the CDC. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Q+A
Will COVID-19 resurge in the fall?
Published June 29, 2021
Infectious disease modelers explore how COVID-19 could play out in the next six months
Opinion
Data disarray damages COVID-19 response, expert says
Published June 17, 2021
Standardizing demographic data reporting practices across the U.S. should be a national priority to confront the current and future pandemics, according to Hopkins expert Beth Blauer
COVID-19 treatment
Drop in convalescent plasma use linked to excess deaths
Published June 16, 2021
Study suggests the declining use of the COVID-19 therapy at U.S. hospitals from November 2020 to February 2021 may have led to more than 29,000 excess COVID-19 deaths
Coronavirus
Data-driven COVID-19 care
Published June 15, 2021
A new algorithm created by Johns Hopkins scientists predicts which COVID-19 patients will become gravely ill
Coronavirus Resource Center
Pandemic Data Initiative will address COVID-19 data problems
Published May 17, 2021
The latest resource from the Coronavirus Resource Center will explore state and national data discrepancies revealed by the pandemic