SHP faculty to Teach Students How To Build COVID-19 Mathematical Projection Models for Policymakers
Paul Wise: When Pandemics Come to the Slums
New Stanford Research Led by Eran Bendavid Reveals If You've Been Exposed to Coronavirus
Care In the Time of Corona: Reflecting on my Calling as a Physician
New website explains how hospitals can decontaminate and reuse scarce N95 masks to fight COVID-19
Stanford Medicine's COVID-19 Updates
Stanford COVID-19 Guidelines for PPE use
Jason Wang Presents at Pediatrics Grand Rounds:
How Can a Democracy Effectively Respond to COVID19 Lessons from Taiwan
Bendavid & Bhattacharya Ask: Is the Coronavirus as Deadly as They Say?
There’s little evidence to confirm coronavirus would kill millions without shelter-in-place orders and quarantines—and projections of the death toll could plausibly be orders of magnitude too high.
Questioning Conventional Wisdom of the COVID-19 Crisis
Jason Wang is conducting two surveys on adherence to the orders and guidelines nationwide to stay at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. One looks the remain-at-home behavior itself — including hygiene and social distancing — while the other evaluates at-home education for school-age children. He intends to publish the findings to help inform policymakers, planners and educators.