Benjamin Linas, MD
Professor
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
Medicine
Infectious Diseases

MD, New York University School of Medicine
MPH, Harvard School of Public Health
BA, Yale University



Dr. Linas is a national leader in hepatitis-C virus (HCV) infection and HCV/HIV co-infection comparative- and cost-effectiveness research using computational biology, clinical epidemiology and clinical economics methods. Dr. Linas has an excellent track record of productivity, ample funding from the NIH and CDC, and a growing core of successful trainees. Dr. Linas directs the HIV/HCV core of the Center for Health Economics of Treatment Interventions for Substance Use Disorders, HCV, and HIV, funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) in collaboration with Cornell, U Penn and Miami.

Associate Professor
Boston University School of Public Health
Epidemiology





Core B - The Providence/Boston Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) competitive renewal
07/01/2023 - 06/30/2028 (PI)
The Miriam Hospital National Institute o

Health Economics of Substance Use Disorder, HCV, and HIV Treatment: Evaluating Intervention Outcomes for Individuals, Systems, and Communities
05/01/2020 - 04/30/2025 (PI)
Weill Cornell Medical College National Institute o

Community Engagement Research Alliance (CEAL) Against COVID-19 Disparities (OTA-20-011E)
03/15/2021 - 03/31/2025 (PI)
WESTAT National Institutes

Kentucky CAN HEAL (Communities and Networks Helping End Addiction Long-term)
04/17/2019 - 03/31/2025 (PI)
University of Kentucky Research Foundation National Institute o
5UM1DA049406-04

AIDS Clinical Trials Group for Research on Therapeutics for HIV and Related Infections
12/01/2020 - 11/30/2024 (PI)
University of California, Los Angeles National Institute o

Prevention Policy Modeling Lab Supplement
09/30/2021 - 09/29/2024 (PI)
Stanford University Centers for Disease

Prevention Policy Modeling Lab
01/01/2020 - 09/29/2024 (PI)
Stanford University Centers for Disease

HEAL Data2Action Modeling and Economic Resource Center
09/30/2022 - 08/31/2024 (PI)
Weill Cornell Medical College National Institute o
1U24 DA057650-01

Researching Effective Strategies to Prevent Opioid Death (RESPOND)
09/15/2023 - 07/31/2024 (PI)
National Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH/DHHS
2R01DA046527-06A1

A Cluster RCT to Increase HIV Testing in Substance Use Treatment Programs
09/01/2016 - 07/31/2024 (PI)
Trustees of Columbia University National Institutes

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Yr Title Project-Sub Proj Pubs
2023 HEAL Data2Action Modeling and Economic Resource Center 5U24DA057650-02
2023 Researching Effective Strategies to Prevent Opioid Death (RESPOND) 2R01DA046527-06A1
2023 BU Clinical HIV/AIDS Research Training Program (BU-CHART 5T32AI052074-18
2022 Researching Effective Strategies to Prevent Opioid Death (RESPOND) 5R01DA046527-05
2022 BU Clinical HIV/AIDS Research Training Program (BU-CHART 5T32AI052074-17
2021 Researching Effective Strategies to Prevent Opioid Death (RESPOND) 5R01DA046527-04 3
2021 BU Clinical HIV/AIDS Research Training Program (BU-CHART 2T32AI052074-16A1 51
2020 Researching Effective Strategies to Prevent Opioid Death (RESPOND) 5R01DA046527-03 3
2020 BU Clinical HIV/AIDS Research Training Program 5T32AI052074-15 51
2019 Researching Effective Strategies to Prevent Opioid Death (RESPOND) 3R01DA046527-02S1 3
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Publications listed below are automatically derived from MEDLINE/PubMed and other sources, which might result in incorrect or missing publications. Faculty can login to make corrections and additions.

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  1. Curtis MR, Epstein RL, Pei P, Linas BP, Ciaranello AL. Cost-Effectiveness of Strategies for Treatment Timing for Perinatally Acquired Hepatitis C Virus. JAMA Pediatr. 2024 May 01; 178(5):489-496.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38466273; PMCID: PMC10928541; DOI: 10.1001/jamapediatrics.2024.0114;
     
  2. Freibott CE, Jalali A, Murphy SM, Walley AY, Linas BP, Jeng PJ, Bratberg J, Marshall BDL, Zang X, Green TC, Morgan JR. The association between naloxone claims and proportion of independent vs. chain pharmacies: A longitudinal analysis of naloxone claims in the US. J Am Pharm Assoc (2003). 2024 Apr 09; 102093.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38604474
     
  3. Montoya ID, Watson C, Aldridge A, Ryan D, Murphy SM, Amuchi B, McCollister KE, Schackman BR, Bush JL, Speer D, Harlow K, Orme S, Zarkin GA, Castry M, Seiber EE, Barocas JA, Linas BP, Starbird LE. Cost of start-up activities to implement a community-level opioid overdose reduction intervention in the HEALing Communities Study. Addict Sci Clin Pract. 2024 Apr 02; 19(1):23.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38566249; PMCID: PMC10988809; DOI: 10.1186/s13722-024-00454-w;
     
  4. Epstein RL, Buzzee B, White LF, Feld JJ, Castera L, Sterling RK, Linas BP, Taylor LE. Test characteristics for combining non-invasive liver fibrosis staging modalities in individuals with Hepatitis C virus. J Viral Hepat. 2024 Jun; 31(6):277-292.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38326950
     
  5. Tilhou AS, Murray E, Wang J, Linas BP, White L, Samet JH, LaRochelle M. Trends in buprenorphine dosage and days supplied for new treatment episodes for opioid use disorder, 2010-2019. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2023 Nov 01; 252:110981.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37839942; PMCID: PMC10615721; DOI: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2023.110981;
     
  6. Martin NK, Beletsky L, Linas BP, Bayoumi A, Pollack H, Larney S. Modeling as Visioning: Exploring the Impact of Criminal Justice Reform on Health of Populations with Substance Use Disorders. MDM Policy Pract. 2023; 8(2):23814683231202984. PMID: 37841498; PMCID: PMC10568988; DOI: 10.1177/23814683231202984;
     
  7. Tin Y, Castry M, Bowers-Sword R, Shantharam S, Aldridge A, Zarkin GA, Starbird L, Linas BP, Barocas JA, Morgan JR. Establishing a Protocol for Determining the Costs of an Integrated Set of Evidence-based Practices Aimed at Reducing Opioid Overdose Deaths. J Addict Med. 2024 Jan-Feb 01; 18(1):13-18.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37768777; PMCID: PMC10872250; DOI: 10.1097/ADM.0000000000001218;
     
  8. Frimpong JA, Parish CL, Feaster DJ, Gooden LK, Nelson MC, Matheson T, Siegel K, Haynes L, Linas BP, Assoumou SA, Tross S, Kyle T, Liguori TK, Toussaint O, Annane D, Metsch LR. A study protocol for Project I-Test: a cluster randomized controlled trial of a practice coaching intervention to increase HIV testing in substance use treatment programs. Trials. 2023 Sep 26; 24(1):609.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37749635; PMCID: PMC10521543; DOI: 10.1186/s13063-023-07602-8;
     
  9. Flam-Ross JM, Marsh E, Weitz M, Savinkina A, Schackman BR, Wang J, Madushani RWMA, Morgan JR, Barocas JA, Walley AY, Chrysanthopoulou SA, Linas BP, Assoumou SA. Economic Evaluation of Extended-Release Buprenorphine for Persons With Opioid Use Disorder. JAMA Netw Open. 2023 Sep 05; 6(9):e2329583.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37703018; PMCID: PMC10500382; DOI: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2023.29583;
     
  10. Zang X, Walley AY, Chatterjee A, Kimmel SD, Morgan JR, Murphy SM, Linas BP, Nolen S, Reilly B, Urquhart C, Schackman BR, Marshall BDL. Changes to opioid overdose deaths and community naloxone access among Black, Hispanic and White people from 2016 to 2021 with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic: An interrupted time-series analysis in Massachusetts, USA. Addiction. 2023 Dec; 118(12):2413-2423.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37640687; PMCID: PMC10986189; DOI: 10.1111/add.16324;
     
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How to protect yourself from the 'tripledemic' of COVID-19, flu and RSV this winter

WBUR 11/6/2023

Ask The Docs: the COVID emergency ends, and a new RSV vaccine in the works

WBUR 5/11/2023

Boston Doctors Explain What to Know as Norovirus Cases Spread in Mass.

NBC 10 2/14/2023

The X-waiver for buprenorphine prescribing is gone. It’s time to spread the word

STAT 2/14/2023

US to Stop Offering Free COVID Vaccines This Fall: What it Means For Mass.

NBC Boston 2/7/2023

Boston doctors answer listener questions about COVID

WBUR 1/24/2023

Health Check: Diversity in Clinical Trials

WCVB 1/8/2023

New COVID Variant Becomes Predominant Strain in New England

NBC 10 Boston 11/22/2022

As New COVID Variants Continue to Spread, Boston Doctors Wonder, ‘What's the Plan?'

NBC 10 Boston 11/1/2022

Boston Doctors on Whether to Worry About Monkeypox in Children, Schools

NBC 10 Boston 8/31/2022

Boston Doctors Warn of Testing, Treatment Shortages During Next COVID Surge

NBC 10 Boston 8/25/2022

Ask the Doctors: Where we're at with COVID rates and vaccines, and how much to worry about monkeypox

WBUR 7/13/2022

BA.4, BA.5 Subvariants Now the Dominant COVID Strains in New England

NBC Conneticut 7/6/2022

This Summer Looks ‘More Challenging' Than Last, Boston COVID Experts Say

NBC 10 Boston 6/29/2022

New COVID Subvariants Now Make Up Almost Half of New England's Cases. Should We Be Worried?

NBC 10 Boston 6/28/2022

COVID Infection Increases Risk of Psychiatric Diagnoses, Study Finds

NBC 10 Boston 6/8/2022

How To Talk To Your Kids About Abortion

Huffington Post 5/23/2022

Districts Recommend Masks — But Don’t Require Them — as COVID Counts Rise

The 74 5/17/2022

Ukrainian family settles in western Mass. and the future of auxiliary police forces

WBUR 5/3/2022

After Europe’s latest Covid surge, will the US follow suit?

The Guardian 4/9/2022

Mask mandate can be removed as COVID restrictions ease: Experts

Business Today 4/7/2022

No ‘Magic Moment’ to Lift COVID Restrictions

WebMD 4/6/2022

The price of a pre-pandemic lifestyle

The Financial 4/2/2022

Projecting COVID-19 mortality as states relax nonpharmacologic interventions

Scienmag Science Magazine 4/1/2022

Kids Unmasked at School: What That Means for Immunocompromised Parents and Relatives

Creaky Joints 3/21/2022

Vax Up, Masks Down: Maryland, Massachusetts Lead Effort to ‘Off-Ramp’ Face Coverings in School

The 74 2/9/2022

Ask the Docs: A tale of two pandemics

WBUR 1/25/2022

How to Address the Legal and Social Justice Challenges Raised by Mass. and Cass Crisis

BU Today 11/17/2021

Breakthrough COVID Cases Up 44% in Massachusetts

NBC 10 Boston 11/10/2021

Breakthrough COVID Cases in Mass. Rise After 2 Week Decline

NBC 10 Boston 11/5/2021

More Districts Scrap Mask Mandates, Embrace Test-to-Stay Measures

Yahoo! News 11/2/2021

There's no Delta-specific booster coming to save you — what we have is good enough

Business Insider 11/1/2021

Projected Long-Term Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Outcomes Associated With Hepatitis C Virus

Infection Disease Advisor 10/7/2021

Pfizer Asks FDA to Greenlight COVID Shots for Kids 5-11, Could Roll Out Pre-Thanksgiving

The 74 10/7/2021

Why you’re not getting a delta-specific booster yet

Vox 9/27/2021

COVID-19 cases fluctuate as college students return to campus

The Daily Free Press 9/23/2021

Mum-of-four, 40, dies of Covid after boasting she was ‘unmasked, unmuzzled and unvaccinated’ and a ‘free thinker’

The Sun 9/21/2021

COVID Vaccine Authorization for Children Ages 5-11 Possible Within Weeks After Pfizer Trials Find Shots Produce ‘Robust’ Immune Response

The 74 9/20/2021

No evidence of COVID-19 vaccines causing deaths

Politifact 9/20/2021

Ending HIV epidemic by 2030 requires community-specific interventions

Healio 9/20/2021

‘Too Much Masking is Real’: More Districts Call on Students to Mask Up Outside, but Scientists are Skeptical

The 74 9/16/2021

Ask the Doctor: Did We Miscalculate the Risk of COVID for Kids?

The 74 9/13/2021

The Coronavirus May Never Go Away. But This Perpetual Pandemic Could Still Fizzle Out

WBUR 9/3/2021

Massachusetts Braces For Remnants Of Hurricane Ida

WBUR 9/1/2021

mRNA Was Supposed To Stay Ahead Of Variants. Why Aren't We Using Its Full Potential?

WBUR 8/27/2021

SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant: A gloomy forecast for the United States

News Medical.net 8/18/2021

Job Seekers Face Dramatic 5,000% Increase In Covid-19 Vaccination Requirements Since January

Forbes 8/17/2021

55 Percent of Americans Support Vaccine Requirements to Return to the Office: Poll

Newsweek 8/17/2021

BACK TO SCHOOL WITH DELTA; A CONVERSATION WITH INTERIM SUPT. MAESTAS

The Hingham Anchor 8/17/2021

New York Joins Growing Number of States Authorizing a Third COVID-19 Vaccine Shot

Newsweek 8/16/2021

When Will the Delta Variant Peak? 'The Answer Is Within Our Control'

Newsweek 8/16/2021

Overdose data, often scattered and siloed, pose challenges for researchers racing to predict risk

STAT 7/30/2021

Fighting the Delta Variant: School Reopening Just Got a Lot More Complicated

Education Week 7/28/2021

COVID vaccinations for children topic of oversight hearing to be held at Museum of Science

MassLive 7/26/2021

Doctors tell lawmakers: Kids need masks at school

Boston 25 News 7/26/2021

State remains mum on whether school mask mandates will return

CommonWealth Magazine 7/26/2021

Preparations Underway For Children’s COVID-19 Vaccine

Fall River Reporter 7/26/2021

State Prepares For Children’s COVID-19 Vaccine

WBUR 7/26/2021

State remains mum on whether school mask mandates will return

CommonWealth Magazine 7/26/2021

To Mask, Or Not To Mask: Epidemiologists Debate Rules For K-12 Students This Fall

WBUR 7/15/2021

79 fully vaccinated Mass. residents have died from breakthrough COVID-19 infections, data shows

WHDH 7/14/2021

Flu Vaccine May Protect Against COVID Complications, Hospitalization: Study

Newsweek 7/12/2021

Educators’ unions support the new federal recommendations for reopening schools.

The New York Times 7/9/2021

What Parents Need to Know About C.D.C’s Covid School Guidelines

New York Times 7/9/2021

BMC Joins a New NIH Alliance to Address Root Causes of COVID-19 Inequities

HealthCity 6/28/2021

Ask The Doctors: Massachusetts Hits 4.1 Million Vaccinations

WBUR 6/22/2021

Experts Warn Delta Variant Could Make Unvaccinated Communities ‘Look Like Last Winter

WBZ-TV/CBS Boston 6/22/2021

Ask the Doctors: The Delta Variant And Changing Vaccine Milestones

WBUR 6/22/2021

As Pace Of Vaccinations In Mass. Slows, Baker Announces New Lottery Incentive

WBUR 6/16/2021

Sununu Says He Will Allow NH's Mask Mandate to Expire Friday

NBC 10 5/15/2021

As FDA Approves Shots for Youth 12 and Up, School Districts Get Creative Promoting Vaccine to Teens

The 74 5/12/2021

Vaccines For Youth 12 & Up Expected This Summer, But Schools Unlikely To Require Shots

The 74 Million 4/29/2021

Mass. Loosens Outdoor Mask Mandate And Outlines Lifting Of COVID Rules. Here's What To Know

WBUR 4/27/2021

Halt in J&J shots deepens vaccination uncertainties at a critical time

The Boston Globe 4/15/2021

At Beacon Hill hearing on variants, Massachusetts medical experts express concern about vaccine hesitancy amid Johnson & Johnson pause

Boston Herald 4/14/2021

COVID-19 variants hasten vaccine roll-out

The Eagle Tribute 4/14/2021

J&J pause fuels vaccine hesitancy concerns

WCVB 4/14/2021

Mass. notifies state providers to halt Johnson & Johnson vaccine rollout

The Boston Globe 4/13/2021

What you need to know about COVID-19 variants

CommonWealth 4/13/2021

With Rise In Variants, Mass. Scientists Warn Of Evolutionary Arms Race Between Virus And Vaccines

WBUR 4/13/2021

The 10 Best Education Articles from March: 12 Million Students Lack Reliable Internet a Year Into Pandemic, What Herd Immunity Does (and Doesn’t) Mean for Classrooms & More

T74 3/31/2021

He's Pushing For Schools To Reopen Immediately

Wbur 3/25/2021

Mass. Teachers Union Reacts to New 3-Foot Social Distancing Rule for Schools

NBC 10 3/19/2021

Three Feet or Six? Distancing Guideline for Schools Stirs Debate

The New York Times 3/17/2021

The Health 202: Biden's vaccination goal sounds ambitious. It's actually pretty realistic.

The Washington Post 3/12/2021

Our Political Leaders Could Have Prevented Mass COVID-19 Deaths. They Chose Not to.

Jacobian Magazine 3/12/2021

Will schools fully reopen? It may depend on whether students have to sit six feet apart.

The Washington Post 3/11/2021

Ask The Doctors: Answering Your Coronavirus Questions

WBUR 3/9/2021

Two masks could be one too many

The Boston Globe 2/26/2021

Doctor And Father Of 3 On Why He's Pushing For Schools To Reopen Immediately

WBUR 2/25/2021

Are COVID vaccines the reason coronavirus cases are dropping? Here’s what we know

Miami Herald 2/18/2021

As NHL deals with COVID-19 issues, is on-ice transmission among players to blame?

USA Today 2/17/2021

What The Science Says About How To Reopen Schools

WBUR 2/17/2021

Cold Interrupts Classes, in an Interrupted Year

The New York Times 2/17/2021

New CDC guidance ends up deepening debate over reopening schools

The Hill 2/16/2021

'Losing patience:' Vox calls for schools to reopen 'right now' in apparent jab at Biden White House

FOX News 2/16/2021

The needless clash between teachers’ unions and science is harming America’s kids

Vox 2/15/2021

I’m an epidemiologist and a father. Here’s why I’m losing patience with our teachers’ unions.

Vox 2/15/2021

Healthcare Workers Reflect On One Year Of The COVID-19 Pandemic

WBUR 2/1/2021

Physicians address COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

Homeland Preparedness News 1/28/2021

Vaccines Will Take Months To Slow Down The Pandemic. Until Then, Mask Up

WBUR 1/26/2021

Ask The Doctors: What A New Variant Of COVID Means For Massachusetts

WBUR 1/19/2021

Poll: Most Americans Say Another Stimulus Package is Necessary

Courthouse News Service 1/19/2021

Mask-Wearing, Social Distancing Improve, But Too Slowly, Survey Shows

NPR 1/15/2021

More Transmissible Virus Strain Expected to Take Over US by March

Courthouse News Service 1/15/2021

Vaccine Distribution

Newswise 1/14/2021

With drastic measures in place, flu ‘twindemic’ averted so far

The Boston Globe 1/6/2021

A Single Vaccine Dose Appears To Protect Against COVID-19. So Why Are We Giving Two?

WBUR 12/18/2020

As The FDA Reviews Moderna's Vaccine, Scientists Are Already Celebrating

WBUR 12/17/2020

How safe are schools with COVID-19 mitigation strategies?

PolitiFact 12/17/2020

As Vaccines Arrive In Boston, We Take Listener Coronavirus Questions

WBUR 12/15/2020

As Students And Staff In The D.C. Region Return To Campus, How Often Should They Get Coronavirus Tests?

DCist 12/8/2020

As Students and Staff In The D.C. Region Return To Class, How Often Should They Get Coronavirus Tests?

DCist 12/8/2020

More Mass. Residents Than Ever Have The Coronavirus. Where They Caught It Is The Mystery

WBUR 12/4/2020

'It's Like Star Trek': Moderna's Coronavirus Vaccine Moves Toward Approval

WBUR 11/30/2020

Two School Districts Had Different Mask Policies. Only One Had a Teacher on a Ventilator.

Mother Jones 11/26/2020

The great divide: whether to require masks in schools

Poynter 11/24/2020

The great divide: whether to require masks in schools

Poynter. 11/24/2020

Two School Districts Had Different Mask Policies. Only One Had a Teacher on a Ventilator.

ProPublica 11/23/2020

Listen To The Science — It’s 100% Clear Kids Should Be In School

Daily Caller 11/23/2020

Another Day, Another Data Dump: How To Read The Official COVID-19 Numbers

WBUR 11/21/2020

Parents Erupt in Frustration as New York City Schools Close

The New York Times 11/20/2020

Blue states and red states are both doing school reopenings wrong

Vox 11/15/2020

Coronavirus deaths surpass 10,000 in hard-hit Massachusetts

Associated Press 11/13/2020

WATCH: Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker gives coronavirus update

PBS 11/13/2020

Will Any More Schools Reopen in 2020?

The New York Times 11/11/2020

As U.S. Breaks Hospitalization Records, N.Y. and Other States Add Restrictions

The New York Times 11/11/2020

Health economic design for cost, cost-effectiveness and simulation analyses in the HEALing Communities Study.

Physician's Weekly 11/9/2020

Kids, school, and COVID-19: What we know — and what we don’t

AAMC 11/5/2020

Colleges need to look beyond stopping parties to safely reopen in spring 2021

STAT 10/27/2020

Making Sense Of Massachusetts’ Coronavirus Case Uptick

WBUR 10/27/2020

'The Numbers Don't Look Good' As Mass. Coronavirus Indicators Continue To Rise

WBUR 10/23/2020

‘The Numbers Don’t Look Good’ As Mass. Coronavirus Indicators Continue To Rise

WBUR 10/23/2020

Trump and Biden Finally Talk Schools

The New York Times 10/23/2020

Covid-19 Live Updates: Boston Public Schools Stop In-Person Learning

The New York Times 10/21/2020

Rising COVID-19 Rates In Mass. Prompt Calls To Roll Back Reopening

GBH 10/16/2020

Many Times Greater Than Any War Since 9/11: Economists Estimate The Pandemic's Cost At $16 Trillion

WBUR 10/12/2020

Is Mass. In Another COVID Surge? An Outbreak Predictor Is 'Showing Some Concerning Signs'

WGBH 10/12/2020

Is Mass. In Another COVID Surge? An Outbreak Predictor Is ‘Showing Some Concerning Signs’

GBH 10/12/2020

Health Experts Say Mass. Is In 'A COVID Autumn,' And We're Not Ready For Winter

WBUR 10/10/2020

NY state’s new COVID maps could mean another wave of school closures

Chalkbeat 10/6/2020

For School Outbreaks, It’s When, Not If

The New York Times 9/16/2020

Nevada Man Becomes First Person in U.S. To Catch Coronavirus Twice, Scientists Say

Newsweek 8/28/2020

For Many Pandemic Victims, Lingering Effects Stress Insurance Coverage

The Wall Street Journal 8/25/2020

SI Survey: Doctors Say They’d Play in the NBA and NHL, but not NFL and MLB

Sports Illustrated 8/24/2020

An evangelical Christian musician who once prayed with Trump is hosting worship concerts across the US in defiance of pandemic order

Insider 8/20/2020

Teacher unions across the US say they're 'extremely fearful' about in-person classes and demand states take more measures to keep them safe

INSIDER 7/27/2020

What a Lack of COVID-19 Testing Means for Children and Reopening Schools

Healthline 7/13/2020

The Health 202: Why determining the coronavirus death rate is so tricky

The Washington Post 7/10/2020

I’m an epidemiologist and a dad. Here’s why I think schools should reopen

Vox 7/9/2020

State Intervenes After Top Boston Hospitals Left Out Of Covid-19 Drug Distribution

The Boston Business Journal 5/7/2020

Who’s Getting Federal Distributions of Coronavirus Drug Remdesivir? After Much confusion, Massachusetts Government, Hospitals Team Up to Share

The Boston Globe 5/7/2020

Doctors Lambaste Federal Process for Distributing Covid-19 Drug Remdesivir

STAT 5/6/2020

‘Social Distancing Is Working’ In Massachusetts, Says Dr. Benjamin Linas

WGBH 5/4/2020

Boston Public Radio Full Show: 5/4/20

WGBH 5/4/2020

Brookline Students Collect PPE to be Donated to Local Hospitals

BU News Service 4/28/2020

'The Hardest Thing I Have Ever Done In Medicine'

WBUR 4/21/2020

Simple Science Communication Helps Ease Fears and Spread Good Information During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Massive Science 4/16/2020

Can You Get Coronavirus Twice?

Newsweek 3/18/2020

Local Health Experts Take Questions About Coronavirus

WBUR 3/16/2020

Physicians Diagnosing, Treating HCV Define New Role in Opioid Crisis

Healio 7/17/2018
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