October 6, 2020. Jason Andrews and a team of Stanford researchers are assessing the crisis inside California's corrections facilities and evaluating strategies to contain the virus. Depopulation efforts pave the way to make single celling more feasible such that a greater portion of people who are incarcerated will be assigned to their own cell.

Mark Cullen is featured in this story by The Mountaineer, "SAS launches free AI-driven environment to mine COVID-19 research." October 6, 2020. Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado contributes to this story in The Atlantic about San Francisco, i.e. E&PH Chair Melissa Bondy is featured in this heartwarming Stanford Scope story about community efforts to gather much needed scientific resources for COVID-19 testing. These interventions include depopulation, increased single celling and widespread testing of asymptomatic people who are incarcerated.

Yvonne Maldonado, MD, talks about what the science suggests about the risks of sending kids back to school during the pandemic. May 8, 2020. As epidemiologists, we spend our lifetimes studying disease and pandemics. September 9, 2020. Our own Steve Goodman weighs in on this Washington Post story about the politics behind Trump's push to restart college football. Mark Cullen weighs in, in this San Francisco Chronicle piece, on "The future of live music? John Ioannidis is featured in this MIT Technology Review story about a recent study showing "Up to 4% of Silicon Valley is already infected with Coronavirus." Mark Cullen ranks going to the theater as "a medium- to high-risk activity" in this San Francisco Chronicle story, "Bay Area movie theaters are reopening. This Stanford Medicine News story  summarizes the results of a study, led by E&PH faculty member Yvonne (Bonnie Maldonado), that shows "People can be taught to do their own nasal swabs for accurate COVID-19 testing, limiting the exposure of health care workers and the use of protective equipment." June 15, 2020. Yvonne Maldonado discusses how the demographics of the epidemic have changed in this Daily Worldstory, "California braces for a spike in coronavirus deaths as infections soar. Fierce Biotech, April 20, 2020. Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado appeared on WBUR 90.9 to discuss "Test Kits, Antiviral Drugs And Vaccines: The Science You Need To Know About Coronavirus." Olympics." Yvonne Maldonado is featured in this National Geographic story, "COVID-19 vaccines could become mandatory. Support teaching, research, and patient care. *Note: these stories are tracked in real time on our @StanfordEpiNews twitter feed. May 9, 2020. E&PH faculty members, Lori Nelson, Julia Simard, Lisa Goldman Rosas, and Melissa Bondy, and colleagues published a research letter in JAMA Internal Medicine, entitled "US Public Concerns About the #COVID19 Pandemic From Results of a Survey Given via Social Media.

", Access the full Stanford Medicine News story, June 12, 2020. From gathering resources for medical testing, to initiating brand new collaborative research initiatives, to going "on the record" with the media, our community is adapting to this new world, and taking significant and meaningful action in response to the COVID-19 crisis. with CBS SF Bay Area News. abc News, June 25, 2020. E&PH faculty members Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado and Lorene Nelson are quoted in this Stanford Medicine News release about Vera, designed as an expanded testing platform that’s nationally scalable, rapidly deployable and more affordable than other current options. Stanford epidemiologist Steven Goodman warns Coronavirus missteps from the CDC and FDA “reduces confidence that they are without political influence” in this NBC News story. John Ioannidis was featured in Bustle, in a story entitled, "Is Public Transit Safe During The Coronavirus Outbreak? FOX KTVU2 News, March 31, 2020. San Francisco Chronicle, October 2, 2020. TODAY, September 11, 2020. Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado is quoted in this opinion piece written by the Washington Post Editorial Board, "The Olympics must be canceled or postponed." San Francisco Chronicle, July 28, 2020. With fall approaching, experts stress it's time to shrink your 'quarantine bubble.' Stanford researchers noted that many of the newest drugs Trump has access to are still being tested in clinical trials and are unavailable to most COVID-19 patients."

abc News, June 22, 2020. Medium, April 25, 2020. "Stanford researchers are conducting inpatient and outpatient clinical trials of Regeneron’s REGN-COV2, an experimental “antibody cocktail” administered to President Donald Trump. She wants to determine whether this oral drug can help reduce the severity of symptoms and shorten the duration of the virus. NBC Bay Area News Yvonne Maldonado talks with NBC about children and their risk of getting COVID-19 and questions parents should consider when evaluating what is best for their kids. CGTN Europe, May 27, 2020. She was joined by other panelists Dean Lloyd Minor and Rusty Hofmann. The Stanford Epidemiology COVID-19 Research Collaborative is a brand new set of initiatives developed by researchers in Stanford's Department of Epidemiology & Population Health (E&PH), in collaboration with scientists from Stanford, other academic … What does our body temperature say about our health? Rare, super coronavirus antibodies likely to yield vaccine, say Stanford, UCSF experts, including E&PH faculty member Yvonne Maldonado! Steve Goodman commented on COVID-19 in New Hampshire and the US at large.

Our own Abby King is featured in this Los Altos Town Crier story about the Open Streets program started a few months ago to boost businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado was interviewed by host Keith Menconi at KCBS Radio about "The Science of COVID-19: What's The Latest?" Stanford U. Prof. of Medicine & Epidemiology: Covid-19 is ‘evidence fiasco’ – ‘Official 3.4% [fatality] rate from WHO’ is ‘meaningless’ – ‘We are making decisions without reliable data’ … At the state prison in Marion, Ohio, 73% of those tested were positive. April 29, 2020. Steve Goodman appeared on Bloomberg, explaining that "Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Is an ‘Almost Meaningless’ Metric." KCBS Radio, May 1, 2020. abc7 News, April 16, 2020. Stanford University, Chan Zuckerberg Biohub launch low-cost COVID-19 testing and surveillance platform. Yvonne Maldonado is featured in this timely and important story from the Stanford Daily, "‘A history of racist policies and practices’: Coronavirus reveals racial disparities in healthcare." April 7, 2020.

Epidemiologist Steve Goodman visited the Vermont Conversation for a second episode about COVID-19, called "“Our house is burning down.” Julie Parsonnet co-authored a Stanford-led study, published in The Lancet, that shows kids exposed to TB are at higher risk of disease than previously thought, and Stanford Medicine News covered the story. San Francisco Chronicle There is no question that jails are an epicenter of COVID-19 transmission in the United States, and it’s essential that we take measures to control its spread in these settings. Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado is featured in this San Francisco Chronicle story, about how "California is ramping up antibody tests. Is it safe to go?" Los Angeles Times

Steve Goodman was quoted by NPR, explaining "...as long as people aren't being turned away, we must focus on hospitalizations and ICU cases." Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado is quoted in this Daily Post story, "What’s the right approach to take toward COVID-19? April 5, 2020. The people who work there enter and leave every day. San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Chronicle, July 22, 2020. MIT Technology Review, April 16, 2020.

Mark Cullen discusses an exciting new joint venture with Fierce Biotech, "Life science companies combine to form COVID-19 research database."

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Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado is one of the lead investigators on a study, funded by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, that will investigate the spread of COVID-19 throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

Steve Goodman is featured in this Mercury News story about how we can stop another surge of COVID-19 in CA as cases drop. Cook County Jail in Illinois had one of the largest known outbreaks in the country, and the infection rate at Rikers Island is nearly five times that of New York City. Also note, this list is not a comprehensive list of all core faculty media appearances during this period, but rather a showcase of department highlights and key moments in the COVID-19 conversation.

CBSN Bay Area's Michelle Griego interviews Stanford Healthcare's Dr. Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonadoabout the new things they're learning about COVID-19. Sports Illustrated, June 1, 2020. CBS SF Bay Area News, May 21, 2020. SF Bay Area may provide clues for the nation."

October 6, 2020. Jason Andrews and a team of Stanford researchers are assessing the crisis inside California's corrections facilities and evaluating strategies to contain the virus. Depopulation efforts pave the way to make single celling more feasible such that a greater portion of people who are incarcerated will be assigned to their own cell.

Mark Cullen is featured in this story by The Mountaineer, "SAS launches free AI-driven environment to mine COVID-19 research." October 6, 2020. Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado contributes to this story in The Atlantic about San Francisco, i.e. E&PH Chair Melissa Bondy is featured in this heartwarming Stanford Scope story about community efforts to gather much needed scientific resources for COVID-19 testing. These interventions include depopulation, increased single celling and widespread testing of asymptomatic people who are incarcerated.

Yvonne Maldonado, MD, talks about what the science suggests about the risks of sending kids back to school during the pandemic. May 8, 2020. As epidemiologists, we spend our lifetimes studying disease and pandemics. September 9, 2020. Our own Steve Goodman weighs in on this Washington Post story about the politics behind Trump's push to restart college football. Mark Cullen weighs in, in this San Francisco Chronicle piece, on "The future of live music? John Ioannidis is featured in this MIT Technology Review story about a recent study showing "Up to 4% of Silicon Valley is already infected with Coronavirus." Mark Cullen ranks going to the theater as "a medium- to high-risk activity" in this San Francisco Chronicle story, "Bay Area movie theaters are reopening. This Stanford Medicine News story  summarizes the results of a study, led by E&PH faculty member Yvonne (Bonnie Maldonado), that shows "People can be taught to do their own nasal swabs for accurate COVID-19 testing, limiting the exposure of health care workers and the use of protective equipment." June 15, 2020. Yvonne Maldonado discusses how the demographics of the epidemic have changed in this Daily Worldstory, "California braces for a spike in coronavirus deaths as infections soar. Fierce Biotech, April 20, 2020. Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado appeared on WBUR 90.9 to discuss "Test Kits, Antiviral Drugs And Vaccines: The Science You Need To Know About Coronavirus." Olympics." Yvonne Maldonado is featured in this National Geographic story, "COVID-19 vaccines could become mandatory. Support teaching, research, and patient care. *Note: these stories are tracked in real time on our @StanfordEpiNews twitter feed. May 9, 2020. E&PH faculty members, Lori Nelson, Julia Simard, Lisa Goldman Rosas, and Melissa Bondy, and colleagues published a research letter in JAMA Internal Medicine, entitled "US Public Concerns About the #COVID19 Pandemic From Results of a Survey Given via Social Media.

", Access the full Stanford Medicine News story, June 12, 2020. From gathering resources for medical testing, to initiating brand new collaborative research initiatives, to going "on the record" with the media, our community is adapting to this new world, and taking significant and meaningful action in response to the COVID-19 crisis. with CBS SF Bay Area News. abc News, June 25, 2020. E&PH faculty members Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado and Lorene Nelson are quoted in this Stanford Medicine News release about Vera, designed as an expanded testing platform that’s nationally scalable, rapidly deployable and more affordable than other current options. Stanford epidemiologist Steven Goodman warns Coronavirus missteps from the CDC and FDA “reduces confidence that they are without political influence” in this NBC News story. John Ioannidis was featured in Bustle, in a story entitled, "Is Public Transit Safe During The Coronavirus Outbreak? FOX KTVU2 News, March 31, 2020. San Francisco Chronicle, October 2, 2020. TODAY, September 11, 2020. Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado is quoted in this opinion piece written by the Washington Post Editorial Board, "The Olympics must be canceled or postponed." San Francisco Chronicle, July 28, 2020. With fall approaching, experts stress it's time to shrink your 'quarantine bubble.' Stanford researchers noted that many of the newest drugs Trump has access to are still being tested in clinical trials and are unavailable to most COVID-19 patients."

abc News, June 22, 2020. Medium, April 25, 2020. "Stanford researchers are conducting inpatient and outpatient clinical trials of Regeneron’s REGN-COV2, an experimental “antibody cocktail” administered to President Donald Trump. She wants to determine whether this oral drug can help reduce the severity of symptoms and shorten the duration of the virus. NBC Bay Area News Yvonne Maldonado talks with NBC about children and their risk of getting COVID-19 and questions parents should consider when evaluating what is best for their kids. CGTN Europe, May 27, 2020. She was joined by other panelists Dean Lloyd Minor and Rusty Hofmann. The Stanford Epidemiology COVID-19 Research Collaborative is a brand new set of initiatives developed by researchers in Stanford's Department of Epidemiology & Population Health (E&PH), in collaboration with scientists from Stanford, other academic … What does our body temperature say about our health? Rare, super coronavirus antibodies likely to yield vaccine, say Stanford, UCSF experts, including E&PH faculty member Yvonne Maldonado! Steve Goodman commented on COVID-19 in New Hampshire and the US at large.

Our own Abby King is featured in this Los Altos Town Crier story about the Open Streets program started a few months ago to boost businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado was interviewed by host Keith Menconi at KCBS Radio about "The Science of COVID-19: What's The Latest?" Stanford U. Prof. of Medicine & Epidemiology: Covid-19 is ‘evidence fiasco’ – ‘Official 3.4% [fatality] rate from WHO’ is ‘meaningless’ – ‘We are making decisions without reliable data’ … At the state prison in Marion, Ohio, 73% of those tested were positive. April 29, 2020. Steve Goodman appeared on Bloomberg, explaining that "Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Is an ‘Almost Meaningless’ Metric." KCBS Radio, May 1, 2020. abc7 News, April 16, 2020. Stanford University, Chan Zuckerberg Biohub launch low-cost COVID-19 testing and surveillance platform. Yvonne Maldonado is featured in this timely and important story from the Stanford Daily, "‘A history of racist policies and practices’: Coronavirus reveals racial disparities in healthcare." April 7, 2020.

Epidemiologist Steve Goodman visited the Vermont Conversation for a second episode about COVID-19, called "“Our house is burning down.” Julie Parsonnet co-authored a Stanford-led study, published in The Lancet, that shows kids exposed to TB are at higher risk of disease than previously thought, and Stanford Medicine News covered the story. San Francisco Chronicle There is no question that jails are an epicenter of COVID-19 transmission in the United States, and it’s essential that we take measures to control its spread in these settings. Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado is featured in this San Francisco Chronicle story, about how "California is ramping up antibody tests. Is it safe to go?" Los Angeles Times

Steve Goodman was quoted by NPR, explaining "...as long as people aren't being turned away, we must focus on hospitalizations and ICU cases." Yvonne (Bonnie) Maldonado is quoted in this Daily Post story, "What’s the right approach to take toward COVID-19? April 5, 2020. The people who work there enter and leave every day. San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Chronicle, July 22, 2020. MIT Technology Review, April 16, 2020.

Mark Cullen discusses an exciting new joint venture with Fierce Biotech, "Life science companies combine to form COVID-19 research database."

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