E&PH Responds to COVID-19
E&PH Faculty "On the Record"
*In chronological order (from newest to oldest)
*Note: these stories are tracked in real time on our @StanfordEpiNews twitter feed. Follow us to stay abreast of Epi COVID-19 News! 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.
July 23, 2021. Stanford epidemiologist Julie Parsonnet is quoted in this San Francisco Chronicle story about raising rates of COVID-19 cases in SF; this week, SF case rates spiked above California state's.
San Francisco Chronicle
July 21, 2021. There’s still so much to learn about long COVID, including whether vaccination could reduce the risk or provide any protective benefits, says Steven Goodman, who pointed out that the various COVID vaccines haven’t even been in use for an entire year.
July 21, 2021. “We’re not done with this,” warns Stanford epidemiologist Steven Goodman about the COVID-19 pandemic.
July 20, 2021. Stanford epidemiologist Julie Parsonnet is quoted in this San Francisco Chronicle story about the continuing effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines at preventing serious illness and death as delta variant infections rise in CA.
San Francisco Chronicle
July 20, 2021. “It’s not rocket science, but you need to be very careful and consistent with what you do with every single person, because one infected person can get out there and ruin it for a bunch of others," said Yvonne Maldonado, MD.
July 15, 2021. As the COVID-19 delta variant continues to spread, several CA counties are urging people to mask up indoors. Stanford Epidemiologist Yvonne Maldonado, MD, is featured in this segment.
July 11, 2021. Researchers believe bats harbor deadly viruses that cause SARS, Ebola and other diseases, but proving it can be frustratingly inconclusive. E&PH researcher Stephen Luby is featured in this story.
Wall Street Journal
July 8, 2021. "Everybody that I have talked to at the local level, at the national level, is in agreement that we don't need a booster right now," said Stanford's Dr. Yvonne Maldonado, who works with Pfizer on vaccine trials.
July 7, 2021. Stanford epidemiologist Yvonne Maldonado, MD, is featured in this NPR story answering teens' COVID-19 vaccine questions.