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Facutly discuss the Coronavirus and COVID-19 and its impacts on health, culture, and more.
Dr. Janna Wisniewski and Dr. Julie Hernandez are assistant professors who are currently volunteering with the Medical Reserve Corps at a drive-through COVID-19 test center. (4/17/2020)
Members of the public health community advocate reducing the number of incarcerated individuals in Orleans Justice Center before widespread COVID-19 infection takes hold (4/8/2020).
John M. Barry, adjunct professor and author of The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History, discusses containing COVID-19 with lessons learned from the 1918 influenza pandemic (3/31/2020).
Many have considered COVID-19 a foreign virus; however, it does not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, nationality or religious values (3/18/2020).
An update and encouragement for Tulane SPHTM faculty, staff and students during the COVID-19 response (3/16/2020).
Dr. Ronald Blanton, chair of the Department of Tropical Medicine, describes several aspects of the novel coronavirus (3/9/2020).
Director of Admissions Sue Barrosse sits down with Dr. Susan Hassig for a talk about the novel coronavirus as part of our Facebook live video series. (3/5/2020)
Epidemiologist, Lina Moses, PhD, went to Geneva to coordinate Coronavirus research efforts with World Health Organization (WHO) and the Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN) (2/27/2020).
SPHTM hosted a moderated, interdisciplinary panel discussion on the coronavirus outbreak (2/20/2020).
Notes From the Field seeks to cover stories about the activities and experiences of the COVID-19 epidemic from around the world and places that are not always prominent in the news. Read more at tulaneoutbreakdaily.org.