MEDIA

August 2020


Stanford researchers help California prisons hit hard by COVID-19

8/5/2020 This Q&A is condensed and edited from a 1:2:1 podcast conversation about SC-COSMO modeling efforts in California’s prisons.

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July 2020


SC-COSMO findings featured in the California COVID Assessment Tool (CalCAT)

7/24/2020 SC-COSMO researchers work to pump data into a new assessment tool that is helping California hospitals and public health officials determine their next moves.

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Stanford Team Uses Data to Help California Track & Prevent COVID-19

7/13/2020 How the SC-COSMO team is working with the State of California on a new COVID-19 assessment tool to help hospitals and public health officials in their pandemic preparedness planning..

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Stanford research team studies spread of COVID-19 in prisons

7/9/2020 SC-COSMO research featured in the Stanford Daily.

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Disease Control, Civil Liberties, and Mass Testing — Calibrating Restrictions during the Covid-19 Pandemic

7/9/2020 David Studdert provides a Perspective for the New England Journal of Medicine.

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June 2020


Why a second round of Covid-19 lockdowns might not be as effective

6/16/2020 Joshua Salomon is featured in Vox.

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Movilidad y tasa de incidencia acumulada en los municipios de Aguascalientes (En español)

6/16/2020

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Stanford Works With California Prisons to Test and Prevent COVID-19

6/16/2020 A $1 million gift from the Horowitz Family Foundation allows Stanford researchers to work on reducing the spread of COVID-19 among the incarcerated and inform mitigation strategies in other high-density living situations.

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Coronavirus Could Make America’s Gun Problem Even Deadlier

6/11/2020 An op-ed by David Studdert for the New York Times.

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$1 million gift supports SC-COSMO Research on Prisons

6/8/2020 Gift supports COVID-19 testing, prevention, and research for California’s prison population.

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Tasa de posibilidad comparada en los once municipios de Aguascalientes (En español)

6/8/2020

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Evidencia científica y su importancia durante la pandemia de COVID-19 (En español)

6/3/2020

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COVID-19 en Aguascalientes: Una fotografía a través de PADeCI (En español)

6/2/2020

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May 2020


El rezago en el registro de los datos de COVID-19: Precauciones para analistas de datos (En español)

5/27/2020

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COVID-19 en Aguascalientes: Una fotografía a través de PADeCI (En español)

5/26/2020

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Reopening Mexico

5/24/2020 CS-COSMO Mexico projections featured in the Washington Post.

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Epidemiólogos ven riesgo de repunte de COVID en “nueva normalidad” mexicana (En español)

5/24/2020

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Otra mirada a tiempos de duplicación (En español)

5/20/2020

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COVID-19 en Aguascalientes: Una fotografía a través de PADeCI (En español)

5/19/2020

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Delayed COVID-19 in Mexico

5/18/2020 Fernando Alarid discusses the delayed COVID-19 timeline in Mexico relative to U.S. locations.

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COVID-19 in Africa

5/16/2020 Jason Andrews featured in the Economist addressing possible COVID-19 undercounting in Africa.

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COVID-19 Tiempos de duplicación (En español)

5/13/2020

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COVID-19 en Aguascalientes: Una fotografía a través de PADeCI (En español)

5/12/2020

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Federal Funding for State and Local Contact Tracing Efforts Is an Urgent Priority — and a Bargain

5/11/2020 Joshua Salomon makes the case for a $20 billion relief bill to fund state and local contact-tracing efforts in this Health Affairs blog.

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Hidden figures: Mexico disregards a wave of deaths in the capital

5/8/20 – Fernando Alarid is featured in the The New York Times

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The moment of the epidemic: Trends and decisions on critical days (En español)

5/7/20 – Fernando Alarid participates in the workshop “The moment of the epidemic: Trends and decisions on critical days”, organized by Pensando en México.

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The Ethics and Law Behind So-Called Immunity Passports

5/6/20 – David Studdert writes in this JAMA Viewpoint that, ideally, a clear scientific understanding and careful deliberation would precede any public or private policy that selectively relaxes restrictions based on positive tests for COVID-19 antibodies.

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COVID-19 en Aguascalientes (En español)

5/6/20

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The blog “El Contagio” in Animal Político is launched (En español)

5/4/20 – The first delivery contains the presentation of the project, the first projections for Mexico City, and the description of the PADeCI team.

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Serendipia disseminates bulletin projections (En español)

5/4/20

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Se conforma en Aguascalientes el proyecto PADeCI con investigadores del CIDE (En español)

5/4/20

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April 2020


Dr. Fernando Alarid live on Milenio TV (En español)

4/22/20 – Fernando Alarid interviewed live on Milenio TV about the SC-COSMO mathematical model that tracks the evolution of COVID-19.

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Covid-19 Crisis: Is a Showdown Between Public Health Imperatives and Civil Liberties Inevitable?

4/19/20 – A perspective by David Studdert in the New England Journal of Medicine.

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SC-COSMO Launch

4/17/20 – Launch of the Stanford-CIDE Coronavirus Simulation Model — or SC-COSMO — to Investigate COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Test Positivity in the United States

4/16/20 – Jason Andrews discusses COVID-19 test positivity in the Atlantic.

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In CA: In the West, we gear up to reopen and our curve is down, so why no national props?

4/13/20 – Joshua Salomon on California shelter-in-place laws in USA today.

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California is days away from its projected coronavirus peak. Here’s how the state prepared to ‘bend the curve.’

4/12/20 – Joshua Salomon on flattening the curve in USA Today.

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Covid-19 Crisis: Is a Showdown Between Public Health Imperatives and Civil Liberties Inevitable?

4/10/20 – David Studdert addresses the tradeoff between basic liberties and societal health in the current coronavirus pandemic in a New England Journal of Medicine perspective.

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March 2020


SC-COSMO Researchers to Teach Students How To Build COVID-19 Mathematical Projection Models for Policymakers

3/24/20 – Jeremy Goldhaber-Fiebert and Jason Andrews will debut a new course, Models for Understanding and Controlling Global Infectious Diseases, in the upcoming spring quarter.

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