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Articles and Talks on COVID-19


NASA's isolation experts: Lockdown lessons from space (NATURE)

Scientists at the US agency offer advice about remote working, social isolation and quarantine.

The World Is Still Far From Herd Immunity for Coronavirus (The New York Times)

The coronavirus still has a long way to go. That's the message from a crop of new studies across the world that are trying to quantify how many people have been infected.

Public lectures on COVID-19, Sixth Lecture (IPM)

Profiling of SARS-CoV-2 Sequences from Iranian related COVID-19 patients
Najmeh Salehi, Postdoctoral Researcher in Bioinformatics, Genetics Department, Royan Institute

Public lectures on COVID-19, Fifth Lecture (IPM)

Olfactory dysfunction as a biomarker for COVID-19
Shima T. Moein, School of Biological Sciences, IPM

Dozens of coronavirus drugs are in development - what happens next? (NATURE)

Drug manufacturers face supply-chain weaknesses and sourcing issues as they ramp up complex production processes to meet global demand.

What History Has Taught Us About Epidemics (CALTECH)

This piece is part of an ongoing series on Caltech scientists who are researching the COVID-19 pandemic, each according to their own specialty. From biology, to chemistry, to social sciences, and computing, the keys to fighting the disease are waiting to be discovered.

Public lectures on COVID-19, Fourth Lecture (IPM)

Diagnostic accuracy of different paraclinical tests for COVID-19
Hamid Mahdizadeh, Genetics Department, Royan Institute, ACECR

What Other Coronaviruses Tell Us About SARS-CoV-2 (Quanta Magazine)

As COVID-19 cases continue to increase, our extensive knowledge of other coronaviruses informs our understanding.

Ancient Plagues and COVID-19: Is History Repeating Itself? (IAS)

Angelos Chaniotis is Professor of Ancient History and Classics in the School of Historical Studies at the Institute of Advanced Study. His research encompasses the social, cultural, religious, and economic history of the Hellenic world and the Roman East. Most recently, he has focused on the role of emotion, memory, and identity in history. He spoke with Joanne Lipman, IAS Distinguished Journalism Fellow, about the parallels between ancient plagues and today's COVID pandemic. This conversation was conducted on April 14, 2020. It has been edited for length and clarity.

Public lectures on COVID-19, Third Lecture (IPM)

Mathematical models prescribe: Staying at home is the key to control the spread of COVID-19
Zahra Eidi, PhD, School of Bilogical Sciences (IPM)

Public lectures on COVID-19, Second Lecture (IPM)

Data, information, and knowledge in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic
Ata Kalirad, PhD, School of Bilogical Sciences (IPM)

COVID-19: What We Know and Whats Next, with Arnold J. Levine (IAS)

Professor Emeritus Arnold J. Levine spoke with Joanne Lipman, the Institutes Peretsman Scully Distinguished Journalism Fellow, about the novel coronavirus outbreak, how it compares to previous pandemics, and potential therapies in the works that may help stop the spread.

Mathematical modeling of COVID-19: A new discussion with Mac Hyman (AMS)

Mac Hyman, Tulane University, updates us on modeling COVID-19, including sites that are good resources for modelers.

Public lectures on COVID-19, First Lecture (IPM)

COVID-19 Overview: Common questions and concerns
Shima T. Moein, MD-PhD, School of Bilogical Sciences (IPM)
Ali Khorram-Tousi, MD, General Practitioner, Medical Adviser, Cardio-Thrombosis Unit (Abidi Pharmaceutical Company)

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