Hopkins-led workshop offers strategies to accelerate robot deployment in infectious disease crises
- November 5, 2020
To prepare for the next pandemic and perhaps aid in the current one, the virtual workshop “The Role of Robotics in Infectious Disease Crises” was co-hosted by the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) and the Computing Community Consortium (CCC) in July.
New models can help hospitals stay ahead of COVID-19 surges
Optimization models will help hospital systems better manage critical resources if coronavirus cases spike this fall and winter.
Vaccine opponents unite around a ‘civil liberties’ argument on social media, study finds
- October 12, 2020
Anti-vaxxer strategy shift on Facebook may signal a fierce fight over an eventual COVID-19 vaccine, according to new study by Mark Dredze and team.
500,000 euros for COVID-19 study
The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) award will support Helmholtz Zentrum München, Malone Center researchers as they investigate the mechanisms and complications of COVID-19 diseases.
Remote control for COVID-19 patient ventilators
A new robotic system designed by Johns Hopkins researchers may help hospitals preserve protective gear, limit staff exposure to COVID-19, and provide more time for clinical work.
Robots now on the front lines in battle against COVID-19, NBC Nightly News
- August 6, 2020
John C. Malone Professor Russell Taylor was featured in an NBC Nightly News story on robots that are helping frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.