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Social media and COVID-19
Published March 27, 2020
Mark Dredze discusses how social media can help support messaging from public health organizations and combat the spread of misinformation during the COVID-19 pandemic
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What will it take to develop a vaccine?
Published March 26, 2020
Global health expert Ruth Karron discusses the work currently taking place at laboratories around the country to develop a vaccine for COVID-19
How to safely self-quarantine, self-isolate
Published March 23, 2020
Senior scholar at Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security shares best practices and tips for families and roommates responding to coronavirus outbreak
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How long can COVID-19 live on surfaces?
Published March 20, 2020
Carolyn Machamer, a cell biologist who specializes in coronaviruses, discusses the latest research on the virus that causes COVID-19
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First-year dean shares his vision for Carey Business School
Published Feb 26, 2020
A wide-ranging conversation with Alexander Triantis, who joined Johns Hopkins in August, about changes to the curriculum and career services at the school
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A historian's view of women's suffrage
Published Feb 21, 2020
Martha Jones discusses the legacy of the 19th Amendment and the black women suffragists who sparked and continue the voting rights movement
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Interventions in focus as coronavirus outbreak grows
Published Feb 3, 2020
Tom Inglesby from the Center for Health Security puts the latest numbers into perspective and shares his thoughts on the global public health response
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As coronavirus outbreak evolves, key questions remain
Published Jan 28, 2020
Jennifer Nuzzo, an expert in disease outbreak detection and response, discusses what we've learned in the past week about the virus that now infects more than 4,500 people
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What we know and don't know about coronavirus
Published Jan 22, 2020
Tom Inglesby, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, discusses the health interventions that work on a global scale to contain an emerging disease like coronavirus
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Barbara Mikulski reflects on 100th anniversary of 19th Amendment
Published Jan 10, 2020
The women's suffrage movement was a 'scrappy, hard-won fight,' but it was not without its flaws, says the former U.S. senator, who is now a Homewood Professor of Public Policy at JHU