Buck Greenough, M.D. '53
, an infectious disease expert, geriatrician and professor emeritus at Johns Hopkins University, wrote an op-ed
about how community members--whether at a college or in a retirement village--can play a key role in proven epidemic control measures.
Aaron E. Carroll ’94, contributing opinion writer for The New York Times, professor of pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine, and research scientist at the Regenstrief Institute, takes a thorough look at summer camp in the time of COVID-19, offering parents advice on what to consider when assessing safety.
Dr. Megan M. Tschudy ’00, assistant professor within Johns Hopkins School of Medicine’s Department of Pediatrics, medical director of the Harriet Lane Clinic, and clinical scholars fellow at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, has co-authored an article about how COVID-19 creates additional challenges for low-income children—the consequences of which may last a lifetime. Read it here at JAMA Pediatrics.
Zeke Emanuel ’79, Vice Provost for Global Initiatives and chair of the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the University of Pennsylvania, takes part in a panel discussion about the ethical questions of restarting the country.
Paul Farmer H’05, physician and co-founder of Partners in Health, is leading Massachusetts’s ambitious contact-tracing program.
Ron Lieber ’93, the Your Money columnist for the New York Times, talks with one of the paper’s personal finance reporters about what questions they’re getting from readers and what they’re doing to shore up their own finances.
Pedro Soto ’99, whose business is making components for ventilators and who serves on the Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group’s business committee, is one of several voices in this podcast exploring questions around reopening the nation.
Jennie Weiner ’00, an associate professor of educational leadership at the University of Connecticut, shares a comforting dispatch from the frontlines of remote schooling her eight-year-old twins.
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