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Newswise Coronavirus (COVID-19) News Wire 26-Mar-2020
 

This special edition of the Newswise Wires provides up-to-date news and experts on the developing coronavirus outbreak known as COVID-19.

For more updates and resources on the coronavirus outbreak, see our Coronavirus Channel here.

Newswise Live COVID-19 Expert Panel for March 26, 2020, Wednesday March 26 at 2 PM EDT, Media Invited to Attend and Ask Questions

Experts will discuss: the $2T relief bill, the psychology of stockpiling, the origins of coronavirus in wildlife, and the impact of the crisis on the 2020 elections.

Where: Newswise Live event space on Zoom - https://newswiselive.zoom.us/j/7459578068

Registration for media, as well as colleagues from participating Newswise member institutions

This live event will also be recorded and transcribed for use by media and communicators after it is concluded.


26-Mar-2020


Another Unintended Consequence of COVID-19: Cyberbullying Could Increase

School districts nationwide are now providing K-12 education online. Stuck at home all day, students will be using apps even more than they already do, which could cause an increase in cyberbullying among youth. Many cyberbullying targets will hesita...

– Florida Atlantic University


Learning from the Recovered

Researchers at Harvard Medical School and at Brigham and Women’s Hospital are adapting an antibody-detection tool to study the aftermath of infections by the novel coronavirus that is causing the current global pandemic.

– Harvard Medical School

25-Mar-2020


'Pandemic drone' in development to detect people infected with coronavirus

A ‘pandemic drone’ to remotely monitor and detect people with infectious respiratory conditions is being developed by the University of South Australia (UniSA) in partnership with a Canadian company.

– University of South Australia

Embargo expired on 25-Mar-2020 at 15:00 ET


Newswise Expert Panels on COVID-19 Pandemic: Notable excerpts, quotes and videos available

Newswise is hosting a series of Expert Panels discussion unique aspects of the COVID-19 Outbreak. This tip sheet includes some notable quotes from the panelists.

– Newswise


CUNY New York City COVID-19 Survey week 2

Nearly three in ten New York City residents (29%) report that either they or someone in their household has lost their job as a result of coronavirus over the last two weeks.

– CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy

Journal of Health Communication


Study shows how diligent we have to be to keep surfaces germ-free

A recent study suggests that even organized efforts to clean surfaces can fall short, a reminder for us all that keeping our surroundings clean may require some additional work.

– Ohio State University

Journal of Small Animal Practice


The Lancet Infectious Diseases: Singapore modelling study estimates impact of physical distancing on reducing spread of COVID-19

First of its kind modelling study in Singapore indicates that quarantining of people infected with the new coronavirus and their family members, school closures plus quarantine, and workplace distancing plus quarantine, in that order, are effective a...

– Lancet

The Lancet Infectious Diseases


AASLD Releases Clinical Insight Guide for Treating Patients with Liver Disease and COVID-19

The American Association for the Study of Liver Disease (AASLD) has released a clinical insight document for clinicians and frontline healthcare providers who are treating patients with liver disease during the COVID-19 pandemic. The document, which ...

– American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD)


Low Risk of Coronavirus Spreading Through Tears

Study published today in the journal of the American Academy of Ophthalmology found no virus in tears of COVID-19 infected patients

– American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO)

Ophthalmology


Campus community donates essential medical supplies

As hospitals across the country try to manage a surge in coronavirus patients while also facing a global shortage in the protective gear needed to treat them, the Cornell community has banded together to donate crucial medical supplies to local healt...

– Cornell University


Top Harris County, Texas, areas where residents are most likely to need hospitalization, ICU care for COVID-19

Areas of Harris County, Texas, where residents are most at risk for hospitalization and critical care needs due to COVID-19 have been mapped for the first time by researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center of Houston (UTHealth).

– University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

New England Journal of Medicine


COVID-19 Immunotherapy Collab at UGA with Biotech Firm CEL-SCI to Fight Coronavirus

CEL-SCI’s immunotherapy candidate aims to treat patients at highest risk of dying from COVID-19. LEAPS immunotherapy has been used in collaboration with the National Institutes for Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) against another respirato...

– Newswise


Mayo Clinic provides urgent guidance, approach to identify patients at risk of drug-induced sudden cardiac death from use of off-label COVID-19 treatments

SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, continues to spread, leading to more than 20,000 deaths worldwide in less than four months. Efforts are progressing to develop a COVID-19 vaccine, but it's still likely 12 to 18 months away.

– Mayo Clinic

Mayo Clinic Proceedings


Finding answers in the ocean

– Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution


Patients with Severe Forms of Coronavirus Disease Could Offer Clues to Treatment

A new international project aims to enroll 500 COVID-19 patients to search for genetic mutations that make some people more vulnerable to severe infection.

– Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI)


Engineers design ventilator parts, face shields to combat coronavirus

Engineers at Binghamton University, State University of New York are stepping up on several fronts to help regional healthcare providers deal with the coronavirus pandemic.

– Binghamton University, State University of New York


Iowa State faculty get creative as courses move online for remainder of spring semester

Iowa State faculty are getting creative and innovative as they have shifted their coursework online for the remainder of the spring semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Calculus is now coming through YouTube videos and demonstrations. A 3D printer ...

– Iowa State University


Cornell history course adds spring 2020 to the archives

Like all other course instructors in the College of Arts and Sciences, Corey Ryan Earle ’07, instructor of The First American University (AMST2001), the popular course about Cornell’s history and unique role, has had to modify his class in the wa...

– Cornell University


Book retrieval effort gives grad student welcome relief

Benedetta Luciana Sara Carnaghi, a doctoral student in history, didn’t have to wait long to get what she needed to continue her work, thanks to a double-time effort by Cornell University Library staff to reunite graduate students and faculty with t...

– Cornell University


Stricter, immediate intervention critical for keeping COVID-19 cases manageable for health care facilities, according to UTHealth modeling

Led by Eric Boerwinkle, PhD, and Momiao Xiong, PhD, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) modeled the potential spread of COVID-19 based on whether the Greater Houston area began stringent interventions immediately or wa...

– University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston


COVID-19 and pregnancy: What moms-to-be need to know

There is still much for medical experts to learn about how COVID-19 could cause problems during pregnancy, whether it can be passed to the fetus, and how it can affect the health of babies after birth. But there is concern for women with high-risk pr...

– LifeBridge Health


Sanitizer or soap: Is one better than the other?

Soap and hand sanitizer are disappearing quickly from store shelves amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic—sanitizer being the rarer find.

– LifeBridge Health


DHS Initiating Crucial Research to Mitigate COVID-19

DHS S&T is conducting ongoing research that will help scientists better understand the coronavirus that causes the disease known as COVID-19, and methods to prevent its spread.

– Homeland Security's Science And Technology Directorate


School’s Out: How Parents Can Meet the Challenge During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Experts from NYU Langone’s Child Study Center offer tips for parents to help guide their children during the 2019 coronavirus disease pandemic.

– NYU Langone Health


Creative connections for children during COVID-19

NEXT.cc, an organization that serves teachers and students around the world, is reaching out to children and families to share its variety of free science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) projects through its website, Facebook ...

– University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee


Food safety expert: takeout is a low-risk option

Takeout is a good choice to lower risk of exposure because it reduces the number of touch points relative to eating in a restaurant, said food safety expert.

Expert Available

– University of Georgia

24-Mar-2020


VIDEO AND TRANSCRIPT AVAILABLE: COVID-19 Expert Panel: Children's Health, Mental Health, and Education During the Coronavirus Outbreak.

Expert Panel scheduled for Monday March 23 at 2 PM EDT, Media Invited to Attend and Ask Questions

– Newswise

Newswise Live Expert Panel March 23 at 2 PM EDT


Leading Mindfully: COVID-19 and the Big Human Pivot, Part I

What’s novel about COVID-19 isn’t just the coronavirus. It’s the sheer scale and depth of The Big Human Pivot that this tiny infectious particle has triggered. In unprecedented times, what can you do to lead mindfully through it? In this series...

– University of Virginia Darden School of Business


COVID-19: The time is now to prepare for people affected by humanitarian crises

With over 300,000 COVID-19 cases across the globe, including recent cases in Syria and the Gaza Strip, the data continues to demonstrate how the disease has no borders.

– Dartmouth College

International Journal for Equity in Health


Study shows commonly used mouthwash could make saliva significantly more acidic

The first study looking at the effect of chlorhexidine mouthwash on the entire oral microbiome has found its use significantly increases the abundance of lactate-producing bacteria that lower saliva pH, and may increase the risk of tooth damage.

– University of Plymouth

Scientific Reports


Lab researchers aid COVID-19 response in antibody, anti-viral research

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists are contributing to the global fight against COVID-19 by combining artificial intelligence/machine learning, bioinformatics and supercomputing to help discover candidates for new antibodies and pharma...

– Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory


UC San Diego Health Launches Clinical Trial to Assess Antiviral Drug for COVID-19

Researchers at four University of California Health medical centers have begun recruiting participants for a Phase II clinical trial to investigate the safety and efficacy of treating adult patients with COVID-19 with remdesivir, a drug that has show...

– University of California San Diego Health


Wuhan Study is First to Describe How Body Positioning Can Improve Breathing in Severe COVID-19 Patients Requiring Ventilation

In a new study of patients with severe COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) hospitalized on ventilators, researchers found that lying face down was better for the lungs. The research letter was published online in the American Thoracic Society’s American Journal ...

– American Thoracic Society (ATS)

American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine


COVID-19 Tip Sheet: Story Ideas From Johns Hopkins

The following are various story ideas regarding the COVID-19 illness. To interview Johns Hopkins experts on these topics or others, contact JHMedia@jhmi.edu.

– Johns Hopkins Medicine


Do-It-Yourself Medical Devices, Protective Gear Fuel Battle Against COVID-19

The race is on to improvise ventilators, face shields, respirators, surgical gowns, and other health care gear to help the hundreds of thousands of people expected to swamp hospitals with waves of critical COVID-19 illness. Using 3D-printed parts, pl...

– Georgia Institute of Technology


COVID-19 just a problem for elderly people, right? Think again.

According to the CDC, based on the preliminary report on outcomes for patients in the U.S., when examining the age range of cases, the largest group with confirmed cases was ages 20-44 years old (29%). Among those hospitalized, adults ages 65-84 year...

– University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston


The Coronavirus and Managing Your Organization’s Response

The coronavirus has spread around the world rapidly. Here, one Darden professor examines the financial implications versus the ethical ones. What would an uncontrolled outbreak mean in the U.S.? What can we learn from China and Italy? And what questi...

– University of Virginia Darden School of Business


The Coronavirus: Communicating With Virtual Teams

The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated the number of teams working virtually. Here: tips for leaders of virtual teams on how to communicate expectations clearly, choosing the appropriate communication style and supporting a team from afar.

– University of Virginia Darden School of Business


Is Your Organization Coronavirus Agile? 10 Tips

COVID-19 has sent us into a grand and growing telework experience. How do organizations, employees and leaders function in a world in which operations must continue but face-to-face may be impossible? Included: alternatives to in-person communication...

– University of Virginia Darden School of Business


UW researchers to study resilience, well-being among King County residents during pandemic

University of Washington researchers have launched the King County COVID-19 Community Study — or KC3S — to gather data through April 19 on how individuals and communities throughout King County are coping with the measures put in place to combat...

– University of Washington


The director of NIH visits UAB as COVID-19 appears

Francis Collins, M.D., Ph.D., director of the NIH, flew to Birmingham on Thursday, March 5, to start a long-anticipated visit to UAB. Collins soon learned he had a problem back home. Maryland public health officials were reporting the first two cases...

– University of Alabama at Birmingham


BIDMC launches clinical trials evaluating anti-viral drug remdesivir as treatment for COVID-19

Physician-scientists at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) are now enrolling patients in two clinical trials testing treatment options for COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus. Two trials, led by infectious disease speciali...

– Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center


Kids Need Calm Not Chaos Amid Covid-19

Elbow bumps in lieu of high-fives, segregated lunchtimes and hyper hand hygiene ¬– they’re are all a part of our children’s new reality in response to Covid-19. But while kids are seemingly adapting well to the changes, University of South Aus...

Expert Available

– University of South Australia


Talking to your children about COVID-19

Dr. Krystal Simmons, clinical associate professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, studies school psychology and counseling. We spoke with her for advice on how to speak with your children during a public crisis such as COVID-19.

Expert Available

– Texas A&M University

23-Mar-2020


Rutgers Expert Discusses Development of New COVID-19 Test

Rutgers Expert discusses his team’s role in developing the new rapid COVID-19 test and what it means in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Cepheid


Anxious About the COVID-19 Pandemic? New Study Shows Stress Can Have Lasting Impacts on Sperm and Man's Future Offspring

Prolonged fear and anxiety brought on by major stressors, like the coronavirus pandemic, can not only take a toll on a person’s mental health, but may also have a lasting impact on a man’s sperm composition that could affect his future offspring....

– University of Maryland Medical Center

Nature Communications


Zimmerli Art Museum Offers Virtual Tours, Demonstrations in Response to COVID-19

In response to coronavirus quarantines in New Jersey and nationwide, Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers–New Brunswick is taking steps to provide children and adults with online demonstrations, virtual tours and activities to keep the community producti...

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick


Mount Sinai Developing an “End-to-End” Diagnostics Solution for COVID-19 That Incorporates Diagnosis, Treatment Selection, and Monitoring of Disease Course

An expert team of researchers and clinicians have been working together to design, validate, and implement an “end-to-end” clinical pathology laboratory solution that will allow for the testing of approximately several hundred people per day in o...

– Mount Sinai Health System


UNC Researchers Look to Next Generation Genetic Sequencing for Deeper Understanding of COVID-19

Next generation genetic sequencing – or next generation sequencing (NGS) – is becoming more common in research, although it still isn’t widely available. At the UNC School of Medicine, it is part of a research collaboration to better understan...

– University of North Carolina School of Medicine

Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses


COVID-19 Workers get training to protect their own health

Today, the National Institutes of Health will launch a new website with important educational resources for Coronavirus workers dealing with the spread of COVID-19. The initiative got underway after Congress passed a supplemental appropriation of $10...

– National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)


Campus rallies to 3-D print protective medical gear

When representatives from Phelps Health, anticipating a shortage of protective masks due to the coronavirus outbreak, needed help, students, faculty and staff at Missouri S&T answered by harnessing the power of technology and ingenuity.Campus was abn...

– Missouri University of Science and Technology


Repeated novel coronavirus media exposure may be linked to psychological distress

Irvine, Calif., March 23, 2020 – While government officials and news organizations work to communicate critical risk assessments and recommendations to the public during a health crisis such as the new coronavirus pandemic, a related threat may be ...

– University of California, Irvine

Health Psychology, Mar-2020


ACE inhibitors and angiotensin receptor blockers may increase the risk of severe COVID-19

James Diaz, MD, MHA, MPH & TM, Dr PH, Professor and Head of Environmental Health Sciences at LSU Health New Orleans School of Public Health, has proposed a possible explanation for the severe lung complications being seen in some people diagnosed wit...

– Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center - New Orleans

Journal of Travel Medicine


Staying Two Steps Ahead of the Coronavirus

A method of predicting the coronavirus spread – pioneered and developed by Weizmann Institute scientists – may enable authorities to focus efforts on areas where an outbreak is anticipated and relieve measures taken in others. Several countries, ...

– Weizmann Institute of Science

MedRxiv, Mar-2020


How and where to allocate stockpiled ventilators during a pandemic

Key factors must be taken into account in determining the need for and allocation of scarce ventilators during a severe pandemic, especially one causing respiratory illness.

– Mary Ann Liebert

Health Security


Wichita State University chemist working to develop antiviral drugs in fight against COVID-19

Up until recently, COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) may have been a relatively new phenomena to the general public, but Wichita State University medical chemist Bill Groutas, two virologists from Kansas State University, and a physician/virologist...

– Wichita State University


Eating right and eating smart during COVID-19

Worry, stress and anxiety that naturally come with a global pandemic can lead to stress eating and cravings.

– University of Alabama at Birmingham


How Will COVID-19 Impact My Upcoming Surgery?

If you or a loved one just had a scheduled cardiac or thoracic operation postponed because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, you are not alone.

– The Society of Thoracic Surgeons


Healthcare Leaders Highlight Need to “Raise the Line” of Healthcare Capacity In addition to “Flattening the Curve” of the Spread of COVID-19

While healthcare and government leaders around the world are focused on “flattening the curve” of the spread of COVID-19, an emerging concurrent rallying cry to “raise the line” of healthcare service capacity is being showcased in a new educa...

– LifeBridge Health


Johns Hopkins APL Biologists Sequencing Genome of the Virus Causing COVID-19

Inside the molecular diagnostics laboratory at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore two biologists from the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) are working alongside them. Peter Thielen and Tom Mehoke, members of APL’s Research and Explo...

– Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory


Allergies or COVID-19?

How do you know if the nasal congestion and sneezing you’re experiencing is spring allergies or COVID-19?

Expert Available

– Wake Forest Baptist Health


Policy and Public Affairs


AACC Applauds the Senate for Updating Its Legislation to Ensure that All Patients Have Access to COVID-19 Testing

AACC applauds the U.S. Senate for responding to the concerns of the clinical laboratory community and revising the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to ensure that it provides insurance coverage for all COVID-19 tests, regard...

– American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC)


AANA Issues Statement on the Use of Self-Supplied Personal Protective Equipment

The AANA has issued the following position statement to support healthcare workers on the use of self-supplied personal protective equipment (PPE).

– American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA)


Michigan Medicine physician on the pandemic: “This is a marathon, not a sprint.”

Following Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's “stay home, stay safe” executive order Monday, Michigan Medicine doctor shares his top three messages with the community.

– Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan


A Message to Asthma Sufferers About a Shortage of Albuterol Metered Dose Inhalers

Certain areas of the country are experiencing shortages of albuterol inhalers. There are options for asthma sufferers who can't get an inhaler.

– American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI)


AACI Urges Immediate Implementation of Defense Production Act

The Association of American Cancer Institutes calls for the immediate implementation of the Defense Production Act to marshal American manufacturing to confront the COVID-19 emergency.

– Association of American Cancer Institutes (AACI)


Anesthesia professionals at high risk for exposure to COVID-19 should wear most-protective masks

Anesthesia professionals – who are in close contact as they help patients breathe through airway equipment – are at increased risk of exposure to COVID-19 and should wear N95 masks or similarly protective equipment in all diagnostic, therapeutic ...

– American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA)


Announcements


Penn Establishes Center to Accelerate Coronavirus Research

Penn Medicine has established a new center to help expand and accelerate research related to the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, that causes the respiratory illness known as COVID-19.The center aims to advance research to support the development of po...

– Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania


Georgia Tech Professor Uses Virtual Reality to Move Major Conference Online

For the first time in its 26-year history, the IEEE VR conference will meet in an all-virtual environment, a change prompted by the need to support social distancing recommendations related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

– Georgia Institute of Technology


UVA Darden Announces Updates to Full-Time MBA Admissions Process for Class of 2022, Providing Additional Flexibility for Round 3

In light of the disruption stemming from the coronavirus pandemic, the University of Virginia Darden School of Business has added additional flexibility for students applying for admission to the full-time MBA program for the Class of 2022.

– University of Virginia Darden School of Business


Mount Sinai’s Road to Resilience Podcast Launches Special COVID-19 Series

Features inspiring resilience stories, tips for maintaining mental and physical health, and thoughts on coping with pandemic-related stressors.

– Mount Sinai Health System


Online Mindfulness Initiative Promotes Caring and Connection During the COVID-19 Outbreak

As the country adjusts to new work- and learn-from-home routines and increasingly practices social distancing, the Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience at Arizona State University is finding ways to help people reconnect and create commu...

– Arizona State University (ASU)


200 New Doctors, Advanced Practice Nurses to Join Military Medical Ranks Early

More than 200 military medical students and graduate nursing students from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) will be graduating early to support their colleagues in the U.S. military health system amid the global coronavi...

– Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU)


Regeneron to Extend Payment Terms for EYLEA® (aflibercept) Injection

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Regeneron will temporarily extend physician payment terms for EYLEA® (aflibercept) Injection purchases from authorized distributors to 150 days.

– American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO)


The National Association of Science Writers invites reporters covering COVID-19 to join a free discussion list for support, questions, and resources

Are you a reporter looking for the mutual support of colleagues and community during these stressful times? The National Association of Science Writers (NASW) invites any reporter covering the COVID-19 pandemic — especially those for whom science o...

– Newswise


APA to states, insurers: Provide access to mental health care during COVID-19 public health crisis

The American Psychological Association called on states and insurers to move quickly to allow people to connect with their mental health providers remotely using telehealth as the need for mental health services rises during the COVID-19 pandemic.

– American Psychological Association (APA)


AERA Announces Cancellation of 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting

The American Educational Research Association announced on March 23 that it is cancelling plans for a virtual 2020 Annual Meeting in April. The decision was approved in a unanimous resolution by AERA Council, the association’s governing body, on Ma...

– American Educational Research Association (AERA)


Hackensack Meridian Health’s Center for Discovery and Innovation COVID-19 Test Licensed to T2 Biosystems for Widespread Deployment

The diagnostic is a comprehensive test which will also complement diagnostics for common secondary infections

– Hackensack Meridian Health


Jefferson Lab Temporarily Suspends Operations

In an effort to minimize the risk to the Jefferson Lab workforce and in keeping with recommendations from national, state, and local authorities, the Department of Energy’s Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility is temporarily suspending o...

– Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility


Expert Pitch


Nurses need protective equipment, but supplies are dwindling worldwide

– West Virginia University


Media Invited to Ask Qs to Expert Panel on COVID-19, 2020 Elections, and Impact of Pandemic on Daily Life

– Newswise


Media Invited to Ask Questions - Stanford Professors Discuss Coronavirus Economic Stimulus Bill in Newswise Live Expert Panel Today at 11 AM EDT

– Newswise


Rutgers Expert Available to Discuss Added Risks to Native Americans Amid COVID-19

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick


Personal financial tips to help during COVID-19 crisis

– West Virginia University


WashU Experts: Coronavirus challenges facing rural America

– Washington University in St. Louis


6 tips for older adults to avoid scams brought on by COVID-19

– Virginia Tech


Rutgers Expert Available to Discuss How to Help Free Market Fight Coronavirus

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick


Robots vs. #COVID19: @JohnsHopkins expert available to discuss how robots may soon be used to disinfect operating rooms, resume manufacturing, take temperatures and more.

– Johns Hopkins University


Expert Alert: Have heart disease? Protect your health during the COVID-19 pandemic

– Mayo Clinic


Notre Dame expert says “stimulus” package is economically appropriate, urges caution

– University of Notre Dame


Experts in epidemics, economics, psychology, other fields available for interview related to COVID-19

– Virginia Tech


$2 trillion government stimulus: Will it be enough?

– Virginia Tech


Conversing About Coronavirus: How to Talk to Your Children About the Pandemic

– University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)


WVU demographics expert explains potential impact Coronavirus response for Census data

– West Virginia University


Cancer Researcher Offers Tips for How to Manage Stress During COVID-19 Pandemic

– Indiana University


Travel & tourism economy will recover from COVID-19, but it will be forever changed

– Virginia Tech


Upended Caregiving Impact for 5M+ Americans with Alzheimer’s, Caregivers

– Alzheimer's Association


Social distancing can worsen eating disorders, says WVU expert

– West Virginia University


WashU Expert: Coronavirus crisis highlights need for health insurance in Missouri and other states

– Washington University in St. Louis


WashU Expert: Don’t overlook health equity during coronavirus crisis

– Washington University in St. Louis


Public Health Crises — Such as COVID-19 — May Lead to Flare-ups of Dangerous Religious Sentiments, including ‘Scapegoating’

– Baylor University


Decision to postpone 2020 Olympics was right, Notre Dame expert says

– University of Notre Dame


Lost Sense of Smell or Taste May Be Early Indicator of COVID-19

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick


Saint Joseph's University Experts Available to Discuss the Impact Coronavirus Could Have on the Grocery Industry

– Saint Joseph's University


Rutgers Expert Available to Discuss Lessons from 9/11 in U.S. Response to COVID-19

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick


How precautionary buying could create larger challenges in a disaster

– Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)


The global supply chain is breaking under the COVID-19 pandemic

– West Virginia University


Tips for teams and leaders in the virtual workplace during COVID-19

– University of Delaware


Moving your classes online? Here’s what you should know

– West Virginia University


"Rapid movement to online learning does not come without concerns and challenges for both educators and parents," says Nicol Howard, University of Redlands professor of teaching and learning.

– University of Redlands


Helping Children Cope with Stress of Coronavirus Crisis

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick


Rutgers Expert Available to Discuss Impacts of Stigma on COVID-19 Pandemic

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick


COVID-19 exposes weak link for hospitals: outsourced cleaners

– Cornell University


Rutgers Expert Available to Discuss Handwashing and Hand Sanitizer to Prevent COVID-19

– Rutgers University-New Brunswick


FSU public health professor, students assist with statewide tracking effort

– Florida State University


Communication expert: Customize your social media to cope with COVID-19

– DePaul University


It's National Cleaning Week, which comes at a critical time. The COVID-19 outbreak has shone a light on the importance of cleaning.

– Household and Commercial Products Association


How to Stay Active and Eat Healthy During Coronavirus Pandemic

– University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)


Miscellaneous


Coronavirus' Binding Action May Also Cause Kidney Damage and Infertility; Researchers Consider Potential Treatment Paths

– American Physiological Society (APS)

American Journal of Physiology - Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology


What Every Colorectal Surgeon Should Know About Telemedicine

– Diseases of the Colon and Rectum Journal

Diseases of the Colon & Rectum: April 2020 - Volume 63 - Issue 4 - p 418-419; DCR Journal

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