MEDIA

June 2021


Vaccination rates for Blacks and Hispanics could lead to wider disparities

6/16/2021 Highlighting SC-COSMO disparities research published in a recent Kaiser Family Foundation brief.

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How the pandemic unraveled Hispanic American families

6/14/2021 The New York Times features SC-COSMO research on disparities in COVID-19 outcomes.

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May 2021


Majority of incarcerated people in California are willing to get vaccinated

5/27/2021 SC-COSMO research on prisons featured in the Stanford Daily.

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California inmates embrace vaccines, offering hope for beating hesitancy

5/15/2021 SC-COSMO research on prisons featured in the San Francisco Chronicle.

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Two Out of Three California Prison Inmates Said Yes to COVID Vaccine

5/14/2021 MedicineNet highlights SC-COSMO research.

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In California, the pandemic hits Latinos hard

5/13/2021 SC-COSMO research finds that members of the state’s largest ethnic group have faced greater exposure to COVID-19 and have contracted and died from the coronavirus at higher rates than non-Hispanic whites.

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Two-thirds of California prison residents offered COVID-19 vaccine accepted at least one dose

5/13/2021 Stanford Medicine News on prisons research by the SC-COSMO team.

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Encouraging Sign: Many California Prisoners Willing To Be Vaccinated

5/13/2021 Stanford Law News on prisons research by the SC-COSMO team.

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Racial And Ethnic Disparities For COVID-19 Risk Exposure In California

5/12/2021 Health Affairs blog features SC-COSMO research on COVID disparities.

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Encouraging Sign: Many California Prisoners Willing To Be Vaccinated

5/12/2021 Highlighting SC-COSMO research on vaccination in California’s prisons.

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Covid-19 Vaccine Acceptance in California State Prisons

5/12/2021 A Letter to the Editor of the New England Journal of Medicine written by SC-COSMO researchers.

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April 2021


Pharmacies Ask for Lots of Info to Book a COVID-19 Vaccine. What Happens to That Data?

4/16/2021 Consumer Reports features David Studdert’s recent writing on vaccine passports.

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Chinese COVID-19 vaccine maintains protection in variant-plagued Brazil

4/9/2021 Jason Andrews highlighted in Science Magazine.

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Doing Vaccine Passports Right

4/8/2021 The New York Times features David Studdert as he discusses the social and legal issues surrounding vaccine passports.

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Stop grousing about vaccine ‘passports’ — they’re the key to reopening society

4/5/2021 The Los Angeles Times highlights David Studdert’s perspective of the policy and ethical considerations related to vaccine passports.

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March 2021


Mexico’s revised COVID death toll is much higher than before

3/30/2021 Fernando Alarid-Escudero reports on the true COVID death toll for Al Jazeera.

Read more
Five Things to Know About Vaccine Passports

3/24/2021 The Smithsonian Magazine on vaccine passports and travel.

Read more
A Story One Year in the Telling: the Stanford COVID Modeling Project

3/10/2021 The Stanford-CIDE Coronavirus Simulation Model was established in the frightening days when the world was realizing a deadly virus in China would become a pandemic. A look at its accomplishments and projects one year later.

Read more
After rampant COVID cases and mass vaccines, is California’s prison system nearing ‘herd immunity’?

3/8/2021 SC-COSMO research on California’s prison system.

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Public health experts are clear: If you can get the COVID vaccine, do it.

3/3/2021 There is no need to overthink eligibility guidelines with 4D morality chess. Josh Salomon is featured in Vice.

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February 2021


Mapping the Inequality of COVID-19 Household Exposure and Transmission Risk

2/19/2021 SC-COSMO researchers on how communities of color may be most susceptible to low coverage due to long-standing disparities in healthcare, mistrust fueled by a history of exploitation in clinical trials, and other structural risk factors.

Read more
Mexico’s vaccination campaign stalls, AMLO still won’t wear mask

2/13/2021 Fernando Alarid-Escudero in Al Jazeera.

Read more
3 Million Vaccine Shots a Day

2/13/2021 Joshua Salomon featured in the Atlantic. Averting a wave of new COVID-19 fatalities could require some dramatic, untested, and controversial strategies.

Read more

January 2021


How the new COVID-19 vaccine rules could help the pandemic end sooner

1/16/2021 Joshua Salomon featured in the Los Angeles Times.

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Frightening California COVID-19 Surge Continues Amid Promise of More Vaccines

1/10/2021 CBS News reporting on Joshua Salomon.

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December 2020


When will California’s COVID surge subside? One key model used by the state is optimistic

12/29/2020 SC-COSMO projections highlighted in SF Gate.

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COVID-19 models plot dire scenarios for California hospitals

12/18/2020 PBS on how SC-COSMO projections incorporate stay-at-home orders and also account for the rise in cases from Thanksgiving. They project several scenarios that show hospitalizations beginning to decline by the end of the year, though deaths would continue rising at least until Jan 20.

Read more
Stanford PhD Students Investigate Racial Disparities in COVID-19

12/1/2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has hit Blacks and Hispanics harder than most for a variety of socioeconomic and medical reasons. Two SC-COSMO student researchers are investigating what interventions might work to combat the racial disparities.

Read more

November 2020


Study probes household transmission of SARS-CoV-2

11/19/2020 Stanford Medicine Scope on SC-COSMSO research on household transmission.

Read more

October 2020


School Reopenings and the Community During the COVID-19 Pandemic

10/28/2020 A JAMA Network thought piece on school reopening by SC-COSMO researchers.

Read more
¿Disminuimos la sana distancia en Aguascalientes? Proyecciones de SC-COSMO

10/24/2020 – Animal Politico

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Estiman investigadores hasta 12 mil casos de Covid-19 en Aguascalientes sin cambios en distanciamiento social

10/23/2020 – Newsweek

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Californians buying guns at record pace since coronavirus started: study

10/21/2020 David Studdert’s research on gun ownership featured in the NY Daily News.

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About 110,000 Californians have bought a gun since the coronavirus arrived, study says

10/17/2020 David Studdert’s research featured in the LA Times.

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Presentan nuevo modelo de proyecciones para contagios y muertes de #COVID19 en la Zona Metropolitana del Valle de México

10/7/2020 – Terceravia.mx

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Modelo estima 112 mil muertes por COVID-19 en ZMVM

10/6/2020 – Serendipia

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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.

Read more
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..

Read more
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.

Read more
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


May 2021


Two Out of Three California Prison Inmates Said Yes to COVID Vaccine

5/14/2021 MedicineNet highlights SC-COSMO research.

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In California, the pandemic hits Latinos hard

5/13/2021 SC-COSMO research finds that members of the state’s largest ethnic group have faced greater exposure to COVID-19 and have contracted and died from the coronavirus at higher rates than non-Hispanic whites.

Read more
Two-thirds of California prison residents offered COVID-19 vaccine accepted at least one dose

5/13/2021 Stanford Medicine News on prisons research by the SC-COSMO team.

Read more
Encouraging Sign: Many California Prisoners Willing To Be Vaccinated

5/13/2021 Stanford Law News on prisons research by the SC-COSMO team.

Read more
Racial And Ethnic Disparities For COVID-19 Risk Exposure In California

5/12/2021 Health Affairs blog features SC-COSMO research on COVID disparities.

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Covid-19 Vaccine Acceptance in California State Prisons

5/12/2021 A Letter to the Editor of the New England Journal of Medicine written by SC-COSMO researchers.

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April 2021


Pharmacies Ask for Lots of Info to Book a COVID-19 Vaccine. What Happens to That Data?

4/16/2021 Consumer Reports features David Studdert’s recent writing on vaccine passports.

Read more
Chinese COVID-19 vaccine maintains protection in variant-plagued Brazil

4/9/2021 Jason Andrews highlighted in Science Magazine.

Read more
Doing Vaccine Passports Right

4/8/2021 The New York Times features David Studdert as he discusses the social and legal issues surrounding vaccine passports.

Read more
Stop grousing about vaccine ‘passports’ — they’re the key to reopening society

4/5/2021 The Los Angeles Times highlights David Studdert’s perspective of the policy and ethical considerations related to vaccine passports.

Read more

March 2021


Mexico’s revised COVID death toll is much higher than before

3/30/2021 Fernando Alarid-Escudero reports on the true COVID death toll for Al Jazeera.

Read more
Five Things to Know About Vaccine Passports

3/24/2021 The Smithsonian Magazine on vaccine passports and travel.

Read more
A Story One Year in the Telling: the Stanford COVID Modeling Project

3/10/2021 The Stanford-CIDE Coronavirus Simulation Model was established in the frightening days when the world was realizing a deadly virus in China would become a pandemic. A look at its accomplishments and projects one year later.

Read more
After rampant COVID cases and mass vaccines, is California’s prison system nearing ‘herd immunity’?

3/8/2021 SC-COSMO research on California’s prison system.

Read more
Public health experts are clear: If you can get the COVID vaccine, do it.

3/3/2021 There is no need to overthink eligibility guidelines with 4D morality chess. Josh Salomon is featured in Vice.

Read more

February 2021


Mapping the Inequality of COVID-19 Household Exposure and Transmission Risk

2/19/2021 SC-COSMO researchers on how communities of color may be most susceptible to low coverage due to long-standing disparities in healthcare, mistrust fueled by a history of exploitation in clinical trials, and other structural risk factors.

Read more
Mexico’s vaccination campaign stalls, AMLO still won’t wear mask

2/13/2021 Fernando Alarid-Escudero in Al Jazeera.

Read more
3 Million Vaccine Shots a Day

2/13/2021 Joshua Salomon featured in the Atlantic. Averting a wave of new COVID-19 fatalities could require some dramatic, untested, and controversial strategies.

Read more

January 2021


How the new COVID-19 vaccine rules could help the pandemic end sooner

1/16/2021 Joshua Salomon featured in the Los Angeles Times.

Read more
Frightening California COVID-19 Surge Continues Amid Promise of More Vaccines

1/10/2021 CBS News reporting on Joshua Salomon.

Read more

December 2020


When will California’s COVID surge subside? One key model used by the state is optimistic

12/29/2020 SC-COSMO projections highlighted in SF Gate.

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COVID-19 models plot dire scenarios for California hospitals

12/18/2020 PBS on how SC-COSMO projections incorporate stay-at-home orders and also account for the rise in cases from Thanksgiving. They project several scenarios that show hospitalizations beginning to decline by the end of the year, though deaths would continue rising at least until Jan 20.

Read more
Stanford PhD Students Investigate Racial Disparities in COVID-19

12/1/2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has hit Blacks and Hispanics harder than most for a variety of socioeconomic and medical reasons. Two SC-COSMO student researchers are investigating what interventions might work to combat the racial disparities.

Read more

November 2020


Study probes household transmission of SARS-CoV-2

11/19/2020 Stanford Medicine Scope on SC-COSMSO research on household transmission.

Read more

October 2020


School Reopenings and the Community During the COVID-19 Pandemic

10/28/2020 A JAMA Network thought piece on school reopening by SC-COSMO researchers.

Read more
¿Disminuimos la sana distancia en Aguascalientes? Proyecciones de SC-COSMO

10/24/2020 – Animal Politico

Read more
Estiman investigadores hasta 12 mil casos de Covid-19 en Aguascalientes sin cambios en distanciamiento social

10/23/2020 – Newsweek

Read more
Californians buying guns at record pace since coronavirus started: study

10/21/2020 David Studdert’s research on gun ownership featured in the NY Daily News.

Read more
About 110,000 Californians have bought a gun since the coronavirus arrived, study says

10/17/2020 David Studdert’s research featured in the LA Times.

Read more
Presentan nuevo modelo de proyecciones para contagios y muertes de #COVID19 en la Zona Metropolitana del Valle de México

10/7/2020 – Terceravia.mx

Read more
Modelo estima 112 mil muertes por COVID-19 en ZMVM

10/6/2020 – Serendipia

Read more

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.

Read more

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.

Read more
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..

Read more
Stanford research team studies spread of COVID-19 in prisons

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

Read more
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.

Read more

June 2020


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

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

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

6/16/2020

Read more
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.

Read more
Coronavirus Could Make America’s Gun Problem Even Deadlier

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

Read more
$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.

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

6/8/2020

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

6/3/2020

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

6/2/2020

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May 2020


April 2021


Pharmacies Ask for Lots of Info to Book a COVID-19 Vaccine. What Happens to That Data?

4/16/2021 Consumer Reports features David Studdert’s recent writing on vaccine passports.

Read more
Chinese COVID-19 vaccine maintains protection in variant-plagued Brazil

4/9/2021 Jason Andrews highlighted in Science Magazine.

Read more
Doing Vaccine Passports Right

4/8/2021 The New York Times features David Studdert as he discusses the social and legal issues surrounding vaccine passports.

Read more
Stop grousing about vaccine ‘passports’ — they’re the key to reopening society

4/5/2021 The Los Angeles Times highlights David Studdert’s perspective of the policy and ethical considerations related to vaccine passports.

Read more

March 2021


Mexico’s revised COVID death toll is much higher than before

3/30/2021 Fernando Alarid-Escudero reports on the true COVID death toll for Al Jazeera.

Read more
Five Things to Know About Vaccine Passports

3/24/2021 The Smithsonian Magazine on vaccine passports and travel.

Read more
A Story One Year in the Telling: the Stanford COVID Modeling Project

3/10/2021 The Stanford-CIDE Coronavirus Simulation Model was established in the frightening days when the world was realizing a deadly virus in China would become a pandemic. A look at its accomplishments and projects one year later.

Read more
After rampant COVID cases and mass vaccines, is California’s prison system nearing ‘herd immunity’?

3/8/2021 SC-COSMO research on California’s prison system.

Read more
Public health experts are clear: If you can get the COVID vaccine, do it.

3/3/2021 There is no need to overthink eligibility guidelines with 4D morality chess. Josh Salomon is featured in Vice.

Read more

February 2021


Mapping the Inequality of COVID-19 Household Exposure and Transmission Risk

2/19/2021 SC-COSMO researchers on how communities of color may be most susceptible to low coverage due to long-standing disparities in healthcare, mistrust fueled by a history of exploitation in clinical trials, and other structural risk factors.

Read more
Mexico’s vaccination campaign stalls, AMLO still won’t wear mask

2/13/2021 Fernando Alarid-Escudero in Al Jazeera.

Read more
3 Million Vaccine Shots a Day

2/13/2021 Joshua Salomon featured in the Atlantic. Averting a wave of new COVID-19 fatalities could require some dramatic, untested, and controversial strategies.

Read more

January 2021


How the new COVID-19 vaccine rules could help the pandemic end sooner

1/16/2021 Joshua Salomon featured in the Los Angeles Times.

Read more
Frightening California COVID-19 Surge Continues Amid Promise of More Vaccines

1/10/2021 CBS News reporting on Joshua Salomon.

Read more

December 2020


When will California’s COVID surge subside? One key model used by the state is optimistic

12/29/2020 SC-COSMO projections highlighted in SF Gate.

Read more
COVID-19 models plot dire scenarios for California hospitals

12/18/2020 PBS on how SC-COSMO projections incorporate stay-at-home orders and also account for the rise in cases from Thanksgiving. They project several scenarios that show hospitalizations beginning to decline by the end of the year, though deaths would continue rising at least until Jan 20.

Read more
Stanford PhD Students Investigate Racial Disparities in COVID-19

12/1/2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has hit Blacks and Hispanics harder than most for a variety of socioeconomic and medical reasons. Two SC-COSMO student researchers are investigating what interventions might work to combat the racial disparities.

Read more

November 2020


Study probes household transmission of SARS-CoV-2

11/19/2020 Stanford Medicine Scope on SC-COSMSO research on household transmission.

Read more

October 2020


School Reopenings and the Community During the COVID-19 Pandemic

10/28/2020 A JAMA Network thought piece on school reopening by SC-COSMO researchers.

Read more
¿Disminuimos la sana distancia en Aguascalientes? Proyecciones de SC-COSMO

10/24/2020 – Animal Politico

Read more
Estiman investigadores hasta 12 mil casos de Covid-19 en Aguascalientes sin cambios en distanciamiento social

10/23/2020 – Newsweek

Read more
Californians buying guns at record pace since coronavirus started: study

10/21/2020 David Studdert’s research on gun ownership featured in the NY Daily News.

Read more
About 110,000 Californians have bought a gun since the coronavirus arrived, study says

10/17/2020 David Studdert’s research featured in the LA Times.

Read more
Presentan nuevo modelo de proyecciones para contagios y muertes de #COVID19 en la Zona Metropolitana del Valle de México

10/7/2020 – Terceravia.mx

Read more
Modelo estima 112 mil muertes por COVID-19 en ZMVM

10/6/2020 – Serendipia

Read more

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.

Read more

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.

Read more
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..

Read more
Stanford research team studies spread of COVID-19 in prisons

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

Read more
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.

Read more

June 2020


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

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

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

6/16/2020

Read more
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.

Read more
Coronavirus Could Make America’s Gun Problem Even Deadlier

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

Read more
$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.

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

6/8/2020

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

6/3/2020

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

6/2/2020

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May 2020


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.

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.

Read more

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.

Read more
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..

Read more
Stanford research team studies spread of COVID-19 in prisons

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

Read more
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.

Read more

June 2020


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

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

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

6/16/2020

Read more
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.

Read more
Coronavirus Could Make America’s Gun Problem Even Deadlier

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

Read more
$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.

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

6/8/2020

Read more
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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