Presentations

Do Anti-Inflammatories Like Ibuprofen Aggravate Coronavirus?

Post Date: 
2020-03-20
Source: 
US News and World Report
“Unfortunately, with so many places experiencing patients with COVID-19, almost inevitably we’re going to see some strange associations, and it’s hard to know what’s going to be real and what’s noise,” says Dr. Larry William Chang, associate professor of medicine, epidemiology and international...

Time for China to help US fight against pandemic

Post Date: 
2020-03-21
Source: 
Global Times (China)
"The immediate need is for more PPE and testing capabilities," Larry William Chang, an infectious diseases expert from of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, told the Global Times via email. Chang noted that the major challenges the US faces include inadequate supplies of PPE, ventilators, and...

Loopholes may lead to China’s 2nd wave of viral outbreaks

Post Date: 
2020-03-23
Source: 
Global Times (China)
Some overseas experts also warned that covert coronavirus infections could lead to new outbreaks, while scientists are now rushing to estimate the proportion of people with mild or no symptoms who could be spreading the pathogen, according to an article published by Nature on Friday. Also some...

What Would It Take to Lift Coronavirus Restrictions? Experts Weigh In

Post Date: 
2020-03-25
Source: 
Bloomberg News
“We need to absorb the pain now,” says Larry W. Chang, an infectious disease doctor and researcher at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. “If you lift restrictions early, the number of infected people will skyrocket. Hospitals will be overwhelmed.” That might cause state and local...

Is bringing back sports during coronavirus realistic or safe? We asked the experts

Post Date: 
2020-04-08
Source: 
Los Angeles Times
Dr. Larry Chang
Los Angeles Times: Dr. Larry Chang discusses opening professional sports: “Every practice is a high-risk transmission event.”

As Businesses Resurface After State Shutdowns, So Does Divisiveness

Post Date: 
2020-05-01
Source: 
New York Times
Dr. Larry Chang
NY Times: Dr. Larry Chang: “If you get this wrong, many more people will die. It’s as simple as that.”

The Covid-19 Riddle: Why Does the Virus Wallop Some Places and Spare Others?

Post Date: 
2020-05-03
Source: 
New York Times
Dr. Robert Bollinger was interviewed for this article "[young people] are less likely to have certain health problems that can make Covid-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, particularly deadly, according to the World Health Organization."

World Renowned Infectious Disease Doctor on COVID-19 Testing Policy

Post Date: 
2020-05-04
Source: 
Leslie Marshall Show
Dr. Robert Bollinger
CCGHE Director Dr. Bob Bollinger is interviewed.

Models Project Sharp Rise in Deaths as States Reopen

Post Date: 
2020-05-04
Source: 
New York Times
Dr. Larry Chang
NY Times : Dr. Larry Chang, "...the initial conditions that allowed this virus to spread really quickly across America haven’t really changed."

UK coronavirus death toll is now the highest in Europe

Post Date: 
2020-05-05
Source: 
BBC World News Radio: Newshour
Dr. Robert Bollinger
BBC: World News Radio : Bob Bollinger discusses COVID infection, mortality, and disease spread.

¿Cómo se hace el conteo de enfermos y muertos en la Universidad Johns Hopkins?

Post Date: 
2020-04-21
Source: 
CNN Espanol
Dr. Kathleen Page discusses COVID-19 case and mortality rates. La entrevista es en español. (Interview is in Spanish)

El murciélago y su relación con los virus

Post Date: 
2020-04-21
Source: 
CNN Espanol
Dr. Kathleen Page discusses COVID-19 zoonotic origins. La entrevista es en español. (Interview is in Spanish)

ACTG Site Spotlight: BJGMC-JHU Clinical Research Site, Pune, India

Post Date: 
2020-05-05
Source: 
ACTG Network Newsletter
ACTG Logo
The BJGMC-JHU Clinical Research site in Pune, India, is highlighted in this article.

Shocking Draft US Report Sees 200,000 COVID-19 Cases, 3,000 Deaths Daily By June

Post Date: 
2020-05-05
Source: 
Huffington Post
Dr. Larry Chang is mentioned in this report: “The vast majority of Americans have not been exposed to the virus, there is not immunity, and the initial conditions that allowed this virus to spread really quickly across America haven’t really changed,” Johns Hopkins University infectious...

Across US, a 'tale of two cities' as some embrace reopening amid coronavirus and others remain wary

Post Date: 
2020-05-08
Source: 
USA Today
Dr. Larry Chang
USA Today: Dr. Larry Chang discusses COVID-19 and warns about the dangers of opening up the country too soon.

State antibody testing results murky as officials decline to release raw data

Post Date: 
2020-05-07
Source: 
Times Union (Albany)
Dr. Natasha Chida
Times Union: Dr. Chida comments about the reliability of COVID-19 antibody testing.

Latinos disproportionately hurt by coronavirus in Maryland, Baltimore and among Johns Hopkins patients

Post Date: 
2020-05-12
Source: 
Baltimore Sun
Kathleen Page
Baltimore Sun: Dr. Kathleen Page discusses access to healthcare among Baltimore's undocumented Latinex population during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Maryland reports 688 new coronavirus cases, 70 more deaths

Post Date: 
2020-05-12
Source: 
Baltimore Sun
"Dr. Kathleen Page, an infectious disease expert and associate professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, said Latinos often work low-wage jobs and live in shared households with multiple family members or roommates, which could further fuel the spread of COVID-19."

Making sure vulnerable communities have access to reliable information and COVID-19 care

Post Date: 
2020-05-07
Source: 
WJLA ABC News 7: Good Morning Washington (Washington DC)
Dr. Kathleen Page is interviewed: For many in the Latino community “there’s absolutely no safety net,” says Kathleen Page, M.D., who serves a large population of immigrant patients. “We’re seeing a rise in COVID-19 cases among Latino immigrants, particularly those with limited English proficiency (...

Comparing COVID-19, Flu Death Tolls 'Extremely Dangerous'

Post Date: 
2020-05-14
Source: 
Medscape Medical News
Dr. Natasha Chida was interviewed for this article. However, Natasha Chida, MD, MSPH, an infectious disease physician and assistant professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, told Medscape Medical News that the actual number of deaths doesn't tell the...

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