Crimson staff writer
Virginia L. Ma
Three Harvard Medical School teaching hospitals — Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Massachusetts General Hospital — have reported high numbers of coronavirus cases among employees.
A team of Harvard scientists led by professor Sandeep R. Datta found that certain cells in the nose express genes that facilitate COVID-19 infection.
Harvard Medical School and its affiliated hospitals and research institutions have formed six research working groups as part of a recently announced collaboration with a Chinese research institution, Harvard Medical School Dean George Q. Daley ‘82 said in an interview Friday.
Harvard-Affiliated Hospitals and Research Institutes Help Address Coronavirus Pandemic While Facing Resource Shortages
Several hospitals and research institutes affiliated with Harvard Medical School have increased healthcare and research activities to help fight the novel coronavirus pandemic, despite facing resource shortages.
As Coronavirus Strains Health System, Harvard Medical School Exploring 'Fully Voluntary' Early Graduation for Fourth-Year Students
Harvard Medical School is developing a plan to give fourth-year students the option to graduate a month early and join the healthcare workforce in anticipation of a major influx of coronavirus patients.
In Latest Response to COVID-19 Pandemic, Harvard Medical School Considering Expedited Graduation of Fourth-Year Students
Fourth-year Harvard Medical School students may graduate a month early, as part of an effort to bolster the healthcare workforce amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new study co-authored by Harvard School of Public Health biostatistics professor Xihong Lin elucidates how coronavirus spread in Wuhan, China and analyzes the effectiveness of non-pharmaceutical interventions — such as isolation and social distancing — in containing the outbreak.
In labs scattered across Harvard’s Longwood campus, its affiliated hospitals, and its research institutes, researchers from a wide range of disciplines are fighting to contain and treat the novel coronavirus.
Harvard administrators directed all research laboratories affiliated with the FAS to wind down activities to only essential functions for up to two months.
Members of Global Alliance for Medical Innovation, a student-run organization, are working to develop a mobile application for symptom reporting to Harvard University Health Services in collaboration with Organismic and Evolutionary Biology professor Pardis C. Sabeti.