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COVID-19 Resources

Published 20 March, 2020

Here you will find the latest peer-reviewed research on COVID-19 from KeAi journals: Infectious Disease Modelling, Clinical eHealth, Chronic Diseases and Translational MedicineGlobal Health JournalSynthetic and Systems Biotechnology and Journal of Interventionial Medicine.

All papers are freely available and will be made live online as soon they are published.

Other Resources

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Professor Shao Yiming Science Interview

Virologist Shao Yiming, Editor-in-Chief of Infectious Disease Modeling and chief expert on AIDS at China’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC), sees the COVID-19 pandemic through the lens of HIV. That background has given Shao a broad perspective when it comes to seeing the similarities—and differences—in how nations, including China and the United States, have responded to the current pandemic. 

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Professor Powell CNN Interview

Prof. Charles Powell, Clinical eHealth board member, has been interviewed by CNN and introduced how to convert CPAP machines into the home ventilator, which allows patients with endotracheal intubation to receive remote treatment at home.

Professor Charles Powell being interviewed on CNN
Professor Charles Powell being interviewed on CNN
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Dr. Chowell-Puente STAT Interview

Dr. Gerardo Chowell-Puente, mathematical epidemiologist and Editorial Board Member of Infectious Disease Modelling, was also recently interviewed by STAT for an article on Covid-19. 

Once widely criticized, the Wuhan quarantine bought the world time to prepare for COVID-19

Could cause panic.” “Will not help end the crisis.” “Could backfire.”

When the Chinese government blocked most travel into and out of the city at the center of the Covid-19 outbreak in late January, many public health experts took to social media and op-ed pages to decry the measure as not only draconian and a violation of individual rights but also as ineffective: This largest quarantine in history — the city, Wuhan, has a population of 11 million, and the lockdown has been expanded — would have little effect on the course of the epidemic, they argued.

As the U.S. and other countries imposed travel restrictions, even the World Health Organization questioned whether they were a good idea. But early evidence is causing some disease fighters to reconsider.

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