In: COVID-19

The ill winds of COVID-19

Johns Hopkins mechanical engineers believe fluid dynamics can tell us a great deal about the COVID-19 pandemic—and how people can protect themselves when the country reopens.

Public demand for unproven COVID-19 therapies rise after endorsements from high-profile figures

A new study by researchers from Johns Hopkins, the University of Oxford, and the University of California, San Diego, examines Americans’ Google searches to track the rising public demand for these unproven drugs soon after these high-profile endorsements.

New outbreak model better predicts COVID-19 hotspots

Team led by Malone researchers is developing a new model that more accurately understands and predicts the spread of diseases such as COVID-19 in both large and small communities.

AI Can Help Hospitals Triage COVID-19 Patients, CS’s Suchi Saria, IEEE Spectrum

As the coronavirus pandemic brings floods of people to hospital emergency rooms around the world, physicians are struggling to triage patients,...

A robot tends to a COVID-19 patient in the intensive care unit of an Italian hospital

Meet humanity’s new ally in the coronavirus fight: Robots, CS’s Russ Taylor, Los Angeles Times

John C. Malone Professor Russell Taylor tells The L.A. Times that medical robots could be useful in intensive care units where risk of contamination is a major worry.

Hopkins researchers look to Twitter to evaluate social distancing measures

By comparing Twitter data from before and after the COVID-19 outbreak, Johns Hopkins University researchers found a profound impact on the...