Davidson H. Hamer, MD
Professor
Boston University School of Public Health
Dept of Global Health

MD, University of Vermont College of Medicine




Davidson Hamer, MD, FACP, FIDSA, FASTMH, FISTM is a Professor of Global Health and Medicine at the Boston University School of Public Health and School of Medicine, and Adjunct Professor of Nutrition at the Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. Dr. Hamer, a board-certified specialist in infectious diseases with a particular interest in tropical infectious diseases, has extensive field experience in neonatal and child survival research including studies of micronutrient interventions, maternal and neonatal health, malaria, pneumonia, and diarrheal diseases. During the last 20+ years, he has supervised and provided technical support to more than 50 studies in developing countries that evaluated interventions for improving neonatal survival, improving access for pregnant women to emergency obstetrical care, treatment and prevention of malaria, HIV/AIDS, micronutrient deficiencies, diarrheal disease, and pneumonia. Dr. Hamer received a MD from the University of Vermont College of Medicine and a BA in biology and French from Amherst College. He is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, Infectious Diseases Society of America, American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, and the International Society of Travel Medicine.

Dr. Hamer currently has active projects in Bangladesh, Zambia, South Africa, and the United States. Major current projects include neonatal sepsis prevention using prebiotics and probiotics in Bangladesh; using community health workers to improve early childhood development in rural South Africa, antiretroviral adherence among congenitally infected HIV-positive children in Lusaka, Zambia; and a scaled-up evaluation of community-based mothers' groups for improving early child development in rural Zambia. In addition, Dr. Hamer is the PI for the GeoSentinel Surveillance Network, a global network of 70 sites in 31 countries that conducts surveillance of emerging infectious diseases using returning travelers, immigrants, and refugees as sentinels of infection (www.istm.org/geosentinel).

Professor
Boston University School of Medicine
Medicine
Infectious Diseases

Center Faculty Member
Boston University School of Public Health
Center for Global Health & Development


Faculty
Boston University
National Emerging Infectious Disease Lab


Member
Boston University
Pulmonary Center


Member
Boston University
Evans Center for Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research


Graduate Faculty (Primary Mentor of Grad Students)
Boston University School of Medicine, Graduate Medical Sciences



2018 Ministry of Health, Zambia: Professor Chifumbe Chintu International Senior Researcher Award
2018 F1000 Prime: F1000Prime 2018 Faculty Member Award for Public Health & Epidemiology
2017 University of Vermont College of Medicine: UVM Medical Alumni Association 2017 Distinguished Academic Achievement Award
2016 International Society of Travel Medicine: Fellow, ISTM
2014 American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene: Fellow, ASTMH
2010 Clinical Infectious Diseases: Clinical Infectious Diseases Award for Outstanding Review
2007 BUSPH: BUSPH teaching award—spring semester for ‘IH 805 Eradication of Infectious Diseases’
2007 Infectious Diseases Society of America: Fellow, Infectious Diseases Society of America
2005 BUSPH: BUSPH teaching award—summer semester for ‘IH 860 Advanced Infectious Diseases Controversies'
2005 BUSPH: BUSPH teaching award—spring semester for ‘IH 805 Eradication of Infectious Diseases’
2002 University of Vermont College of Medicine: Most Recent Alumnus Award
2000 American College of Physicians: Fellow, American College of Physicians
2000 Tufts New England Medical Center: Oliver Smith Award for extraordinary service and caring
1992 Massachusetts Infectious Disease Society: Edward Kass award for Clinical Excellence in Infectious Diseases


Chagas Education for Essential Providers
09/30/2020 - 09/29/2025 (Subcontract PI)
Boston Medical Center Corporation HHS CDC


Synbiotics for the prevention of neonatal sepsis (SEPSIS)
11/07/2018 - 08/31/2022 (Subcontract PI)
The Hospital for Sick Children Bill & Melinda Gates


Fogarty Global Health Training Fellowship Program
07/01/2017 - 06/30/2022 (Subcontract PI)
Harvard School of Public Health NIH FIC
5D43TW010543-04

Sequencing of Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates from Zambia
07/15/2020 - 12/31/2021 (PI)
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation


GeoSentinel- The Global Surveillance Network of ISTM and CDC
09/01/2016 - 08/31/2021 (Subcontract PI)
International Society of Travel Medicine HHS CDC


The Sustaining Health Outcomes through the Private Sector Plus (SHOPS Plus) Project
10/15/2018 - 06/30/2020 (Subcontract PI)
ABT Associates, Inc. USAID


Prevention of nosocomial bacteremia and mortality among neonates at a tertiary referral center in Zambia
01/01/2015 - 12/31/2017 (PI)
Thrasher Research Fund


GeoSentinel- The Global Surveillance Network of ISTM and CDC
07/01/2016 - 08/31/2016 (Subcontract PI)
International Society of Travel Medicine HHS CDC
5U50CK000189-05

The AMANHI STUDY: Using on-going newborn intervention trials to obtain additional data critical to maternal, fetal and newborn in a harmonized way
08/27/2012 - 07/29/2016 (Subcontract PI)
World Health Organization Bill & Melinda Gates


i-CCM Evaluation
01/01/2016 - 06/30/2016 (Subcontract PI)
Zambia Centre for Applied Health Research Development UN Children's Fund


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  1. Forsyth CJ, Manne-Goehler J, Bern C, Whitman J, Hochberg NS, Edwards M, Marcus R, Beatty NL, Castro Y, Coyle C, Stigler-Granados P, Hamer D, Maguire JH, Gilman R, Meymandi S. Recommendations for Screening and Diagnosis of Chagas Disease in the United States. J Infect Dis. 2021 Oct 08.View Related Profiles. PMID: 34623435
     
  2. Hasanuzzaman M, Saha S, Malaker R, Rahman H, Sajib MSI, Das RC, Islam M, Hamer DH, Darmstadt GL, Saha SK. Comparison of Culture, Antigen Test, and Polymerase Chain Reaction for Pneumococcal Detection in Cerebrospinal Fluid of Children. J Infect Dis. 2021 Sep 01; 224(Supplement_3):S209-S217. PMID: 34469562; PMCID: PMC8409532; DOI: 10.1093/infdis/jiab073;
     
  3. Eimer J, Patimeteeporn C, Jensenius M, Gkrania-Klotsas E, Duvignaud A, Barnett ED, Hochberg NS, Chen LH, Trigo-Esteban E, Gertler M, Greenaway C, Grobusch MP, Angelo KM, Hamer DH, Caumes E, Asgeirsson H. Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis imported into low-incidence countries-a GeoSentinel analysis, 2008-2020. J Travel Med. 2021 Aug 27; 28(6).View Related Profiles. PMID: 33987682
     
  4. Hamer DH, Coffin SE. Burden of Neonatal Sepsis in Low-resource Settings: High Risk, High Reward. Clin Infect Dis. 2021 07 15; 73(2):281-282. PMID: 32421766
     
  5. Aftab F, Ahmed I, Ahmed S, Ali SM, Amenga-Etego S, Ariff S, Bahl R, Baqui AH, Begum N, Bhutta ZA, Biemba G, Cousens S, Das V, Deb S, Dhingra U, Dutta A, Edmond K, Esamai F, Ghosh AK, Gisore P, Grogan C, Hamer DH, Herlihy J, Hurt L, Ilyas M, Jehan F, Juma MH, Kalonji M, Khanam R, Kirkwood BR, Kumar A, Kumar A, Kumar V, Manu A, Marete I, Mehmood U, Minckas N, Mishra S, Mitra DK, Moin MI, Muhammad K, Newton S, Ngaima S, Nguwo A, Nisar MI, Otomba J, Quaiyum MA, Sarrassat S, Sazawal S, Semrau KE, Shannon C, Singh VP, Soofi S, Soremekun S, Suleiman AM, Sunday V, Dilip TR, Tshefu A, Wasan Y, Yeboah-Antwi K, Yoshida S, Zaidi AK. Direct maternal morbidity and the risk of pregnancy-related deaths, stillbirths, and neonatal deaths in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa: A population-based prospective cohort study in 8 countries. PLoS Med. 2021 06; 18(6):e1003644.View Related Profiles. PMID: 34181649; PMCID: PMC8277068; DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1003644;
     
  6. Fontanet CP, Kaiser JL, Fong RM, Ngoma T, Lori JR, Biemba G, Munro-Kramer M, Sakala I, McGlasson KL, Vian T, Hamer DH, Rockers PC, Scott NA. Out-of-Pocket Expenditures for Delivery for Maternity Waiting Home Users and Non-users in Rural Zambia. Int J Health Policy Manag. 2021 Jun 23.View Related Profiles. PMID: 34273929
     
  7. Hamer DH. Short-term and Potentially Long-term Negative Impacts of COVID-19 in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from the Africa Research, Implementation Science, and Education Network Rapid Monitoring Survey. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2021 Jun 16. PMID: 34161302; PMCID: PMC8437182; DOI: 10.4269/ajtmh.21-0617;
     
  8. Hamer DH. Dengue - Perils and Prevention. N Engl J Med. 2021 06 10; 384(23):2252-2253. PMID: 34107185
     
  9. Lori JR, Munro-Kramer ML, Liu H, McGlasson KL, Zhang X, Lee H, Ngoma T, Kaiser JL, Bwalya M, Musonda G, Sakala I, Perosky JE, Fong RM, Boyd CJ, Chastain P, Rockers PC, Hamer DH, Biemba G, Vian T, Bonawitz R, Lockhart N, Scott NA. Increasing facility delivery through maternity waiting homes for women living far from a health facility in rural Zambia: a quasi-experimental study. BJOG. 2021 10; 128(11):1804-1812.View Related Profiles. PMID: 33993600
     
  10. Hamer DH, White LF, Jenkins HE, Gill CJ, Landsberg HE, Klapperich C, Bulekova K, Platt J, Decarie L, Gilmore W, Pilkington M, MacDowell TL, Faria MA, Densmore D, Landaverde L, Li W, Rose T, Burgay SP, Miller C, Doucette-Stamm L, Lockard K, Elmore K, Schroeder T, Zaia AM, Kolaczyk ED, Waters G, Brown RA. Assessment of a COVID-19 Control Plan on an Urban University Campus During a Second Wave of the Pandemic. JAMA Netw Open. 2021 06 01; 4(6):e2116425.View Related Profiles. PMID: 34170303; PMCID: PMC8233704; DOI: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2021.16425;
     
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COVID-19 impact from Thanksgiving travel and gatherings could be ‘precursor’ for upcoming holidays

The Boston Globe 11/29/2020

Public health experts closely watch COVID-19 rates as Thanksgiving travelers return home

The Boston Globe 11/28/2020

Coronavirus vaccines a ‘light at the end of the tunnel,’ but restrictions will likely last months longer

The Boston Herald 11/28/2020

Mass. logs 4,464 coronavirus cases, 29 deaths, after skipping a day of reporting

The Boston Globe 11/27/2020

Across the state, lengthy lines for COVID-19 testing reflect a bigger problem

The Boston Globe 11/27/2020

Confused About Changes to Mass. COVID Data? We Asked Experts to Explain Them

NBC Boston 11/25/2020

People exposed to COVID-19 can leave quarantine after as little as 10 days under new Massachusetts guidance

Mass Live 11/18/2020

Massachusetts health officials want to test Bluetooth for coronavirus contact tracing

Boston Herald 11/17/2020

After Promising Moderna Results, A Public Health Expert Breaks Down The Race For A Vaccine

WBUR 11/16/2020

10,000 lives lost to COVID in Massachusetts: The painful toll of the pandemic

The Enterprise 11/13/2020

Fact check: No evidence mask wearers are arriving in ICUs with pneumonia

USA Today 11/12/2020

Mass. coronavirus cases rise by 2,038; 21 deaths reported

The Boston Globe 11/6/2020

Election 2020: A Day of Nervousness Turns to a Night of Uncertainty

BU Today 11/3/2020

Governor Baker announces tighter mask mandate, other COVID-19 restrictions

The Boston Globe 11/2/2020

Troubling signs emerge that COVID-19 is tightening its hold on the state

The Boston Globe 11/1/2020

Baker warns about holidays amid uptick

Gloucester Times 10/28/2020

Potential 2nd Wave of Virus Creeps Up In Mass. As Holidays Approach

WBUR 10/28/2020

Will the Coronavirus Truly Become Our Winter of Discontent?

In Homeland Security 10/28/2020

Potential 2nd Wave Of Virus Creeps Up In Mass. As Holidays Approach

WBUR 10/28/2020

Boston officials urge more residents to get COVID-19 tests. Experts say that message applies to the whole state

The Boston Globe 10/28/2020

With cases on the rise, Baker urges people to stay vigilant on coronavirus

The Boston Globe 10/27/2020

As virus cases spike, calls for a nationwide mask mandate accelerate

The Boston Globe 10/26/2020

Source of infections unknown in half of Mass. COVID-19 cases, state says

The Boston Globe 10/25/2020

Winter will bring new COVID-19 challenges, but it does not have to bring an overwhelming surge

MSN 10/25/2020

Boston-area sewage data shows coronavirus ‘spike,’ highest traces since the spring

The Boston Herald 10/25/2020

Is Ski Season Canceled?

Fodors 10/23/2020

Medical Residents Study Whether Trump Rallies Are Tied To Infection Spikes

NPR 10/23/2020

As BPS Goes Remote, School Committee Chairperson Resigns

WBUR 10/23/2020

The coronavirus is airborne – what that means for you

CNET 10/23/2020

Checking In On The Pandemic, Locally

WBUR 10/22/2020

Boston-area sewage data shows coronavirus ‘spike,’ highest traces since the spring

The Boston Herald 10/22/2020

Experts At A Loss To Explain MA’s High Coronavirus Death Rate

Yahoo News 10/15/2020

Since summer, Mass. has had more deaths per capita than nearby states. Why?

The Boston Globe 10/13/2020

Is the coronavirus airborne? The scientific consensus

CNET 10/9/2020

The coronavirus is airborne -- what that means for you

CNET 10/9/2020

As Mass. COVID-19 metrics rise, state officials avoid defining how bad is too bad

The Boston Globe 10/7/2020

Could VIP Syndrome Explain Trump's Unusual Cocktail of Drugs to Treat COVID?

Newsweek 10/6/2020

‘You Worry About the Side Effects’: Doctors Discuss Trump’s COVID Treatments

NBC Boston 10/5/2020

Trump’s recovery looks likely but not guaranteed, local doctors say

The Boston Globe 10/5/2020

WH Coronavirus Cases Spark Intensive Search for Contacts, Something Mass. Excels at

NBC Boston 10/3/2020

A Doctor Assesses Trump's Coronavirus Risks

WBUR 10/2/2020

Trump’s health and COVID-19: Here’s what we know | PolitiFact

Tampa Bay Tribune 10/2/2020

President Trump has COVID-19. BU Scientists Say There Could Be “a Large Cluster in the White House”

The Brink 10/2/2020

BU Updates COVID-19 Dashboard Based on Total People Tested

Mirage News 9/29/2020

Massachusetts coronavirus transmission rate rises to 'worrisome' level, second highest in US

The Boston Herald 9/29/2020

The US Passes A Grim Death Toll, And An About-Face At the CDC

WBUR 9/22/2020

FYI: Boston University’s Contact Tracing System Explained

Brookline COVID -19 News 9/21/2020

Q&A: BU’s Contact Tracing System Explained

BU Today 9/15/2020

State suspends COVID-19 testing at Orig3n, Boston lab responsible for at least 383 false positive results

The Boston Globe 9/8/2020

The World Health Organization: Lifeline for the World's Children

Science for the Public 9/8/2020

How Will College Students Impact Coronavirus Spread In Mass.

WBUR 8/24/2020

Lynn emerges as a new center of COVID-19 in Massachusetts

The Boston Globe 8/24/2020

Infectious Diseases Professor's Thoughts on Colleges Reopening

The Best Schools 8/7/2020

Health experts say extreme heat in Arizona could increase coronavirus risks

AZ Family 8/1/2020

Baker's COVID-19 travel restrictions panned

The Salem News 7/31/2020

Boston Concerned About Spread Of Coronavirus With Return Of Off-Campus Students

CBS Boston 7/28/2020

Coronavirus outbreak at Massachusetts hospital, CEO ‘deeply disappointed’

Fox News 7/28/2020

The Framingham Heart Study had to move to tele-visits during the coronavirus outbrea. Altering the generational health study that began in 1948

Metrowest Daily News 7/26/2020

Why COVID-19 Test Results In Mass. May Come Back in 24 Hours – Or Two Weeks

WBUR 7/24/2020

Students Are Spreading Covid-19 Off Campus. Here’s How Colleges Can Stop It

The Chronicles of Higher Education 7/23/2020

Expert: Leaving The WHO Could Be ‘Disastrous’

Futurity 7/22/2020

Report: Delays in COVID-19 test results make virus containment more challenging

Boston.com 7/21/2020

Raiders Owner Mark Davis Wants NFL Games Played Behind Closed Doors

Newsweek 7/20/2020

Play ball? Experts send mixed signals on MLB 60-game season

Associated Press 7/18/2020

What’s the most effective face mask to prevent coronavirus?

The Boston Herald 7/15/2020

The NFL Needs to Finalize Its COVID-19 Plans—and Soon

The Ringer 7/13/2020

Coronavirus Outbreaks Linked to Fraternity Houses are a Warning for College Campuses

TIME 7/13/2020

Why extreme heart is so alarming for the fight against Covid-19

Vox 7/10/2020

Coming Soon to 8 Mass. Cities: Free, On-Demand Testing For Any State Resident

The Boston Globe 7/8/2020

A Health Expert Weighs In As Mass. Braces For Phase Three Reopening

WBUR 7/6/2020

Normal use of face masks do not cause pneumonia

The Associated Press 6/24/2020

COVID-19 Travel Tips: How to Stay Safe in Airports and on Planes

Men's Journal 6/19/2020

60,000-plus people have been tested for COVID antibodies in Mass. But the state won’t say how many tested positive

The Boston Globe 6/18/2020

What Will the 2020 NFL Season Look Like? Super Rugby Might Give Us Clues

Newsweek 6/18/2020

Beijing Fights Resurgence; Swedish Immunity Puzzle: Virus Update

Bloomberg 6/17/2020

An Infectious Disease Expert's Perspective As Mass. Enters Phase Two Of Reopening

WBUR 6/8/2020

Coronavirus FAQs: How To Stay Safe While Protesting, When To Go Out After Recovery

KPCW 6/5/2020

“People Are Fired Up and Ready to Go”—BU Students React to Protests

BU Today 6/2/2020

Medical Professionals Concerned Large Protests Will Lead to Spike in Coronavirus Cases

NBC Boston 6/1/2020

REBUILDING AMERICA: Massachusetts colleges grapple with reopening campuses in fall

Patriot Ledger 5/28/2020

Some Public Health Experts Say Baker’s Reopening Plan is Cause for Concern

Boston.com 5/25/2020

Mass. is Putting a Lot of Focus on its Coronavirus Testing Strategy. Will it Work?

The Boston Globe 5/22/2020

Flu Shots Aren’t Causing False Positive COVID-19 Tests

Politifact 5/21/2020

Why youth sports may have a easier time returning to action than the pros

USA Today 5/20/2020

Mass. Virus Cases Trend Downward As Baker Announces Beginning Of Reopening

WBUR 5/18/2020

For The Kids? Nation's Largest Youth Volleyball Event to Proceed in June Despite Concerns

USA Today 5/13/2020

Scientists Warn May 18 ‘Still Feels Too Early’ to Begin Reopening Mass

The Boston Globe 5/12/2020

Mass. Hit A Plateau In New Virus Cases Last Week, But Numbers Still Raise Concern

WBUR 5/11/2020

Some Scientists Think COVID-19 May Have Been Spreading Far Earlier Than Previously Thought

Newsweek 5/6/2020

Some Scientists Think Covid-19 May Have Been Spreading Far Earlier Than Previously Thought

Newsweek 5/6/2020

"Although intuitively I think it probably seemed like social distancing would be necessary, there was no real scientific basis for believing that, since it had never been studied.”

Polifact 5/4/2020

When Will Mass. Start To See The Infection Curve Go Down?

WBUR 5/4/2020

When Will Mass. Start To See The Infection Curve Go Down?

WBUR 5/4/2020

In Educated and Affluent Massachusetts, Coronavirus Cases Surged. The Decline Has Yet to Come

Boston.com 5/2/2020

BU Global Health Professor Says To Expect A Gradual Decline In Coronavirus Cases

WBUR 4/27/2020

How Massachusetts Can Reopen From Coronavirus

The Boston Herald 4/24/2020

COVID: What's Next?

Patch 4/22/2020

Why the Number of Asymptomatic Coronavirus Cases Matter

The Boston Globe 4/22/2020

Catching the Next Pandemic Early: the Coronavirus is One Example

Science Line 4/21/2020

Herd Immunity is Probably Why California Has Far Fewer COVID-19 Deaths Than New York.

Polifact 4/21/2020

For the Elderly, Coronavirus is Not Necessarily a Death Sentence. But it Can Feel Like One

The Boston Globe 4/20/2020

Mass. Is One Of The Country's Coronavirus Hotspots

WBUR 4/20/2020

Massachusetts Ramps Up Contact Tracing to Slow Spread of Coronavirus

NBC 10 4/20/2020

No country has beaten the coronavirus yet

Vox 4/16/2020

Fact-Checking Donald Trump’s Criticism of the World Health Organization

Polifact 4/16/2020

No Country has Beaten the Coronavirus Yet

Vox 4/16/2020

Easter Sunday Marks Largest Single-Day Increase In Mass. COVID-19 Cases

WBUR 4/13/2020

Easter Sunday Marks Largest Single-Day Increase In Mass. COVID-19 Cases

WBUR 4/13/2020

Social Distancing is Working, But When Will Things Return to Normal, and What Will That Look Like?

The Boston Globe 4/11/2020

NOT REAL NEWS: A Week of False News Around the Coronavirus

The Associated Press 4/10/2020

Cow Dung, Garlic and a Prayer: The Fight Against Phony Cures for Coronavirus

The Wall Street Journal 4/7/2020

Coronavirus antibody tests to identify immune people are crucial

Business Insider 4/6/2020

Conflicting Reports on Potential COVID-19 Drug

NBC 10 4/6/2020

A New Type of Coronavirus Test Could Turn the Tide by Revealing Who Has Already Recovered. Those Immune People Could go Back to Work First.

Business Insider 4/6/2020

As Coronavirus Spreads, Specialists Say Everyone Should be Wearing Face Coverings in Public

The Boston Globe 4/3/2020

Why Is Germany's Coronavirus Death Rate So Low? A Strong Healthcare System, Mass Testing and Luck

Newsweek 4/3/2020

Officials Say They Are Working to Ramp Up Tracing the Coronavirus in Mass. Here’s Why That’s Important

Boston.com 3/26/2020

These Charts Help Explain Why The Coronavirus Has Been More Deadly In Certain Countries

BuzzFeed News 3/24/2020

BU Global Health Prof.: Mass. Curve Is About 11 Days Behind New York

WBUR 3/23/2020

Coronavirus may cause disruptions for a year, experts say

The Boston Herald 3/22/2020

Coronavirus May Cause Disruptions For a Year, Experts Say

The Boston Herald 3/22/2020

Think Before You Fly, CDC Advises

The Boston Globe 3/19/2020

FDA Fast-Tracks 2 Coronavirus Treatments, Boston Hospital Already Using Malaria Drug on Patients

The Lowell Sun 3/19/2020

FDA fast-tracks 2 coronavirus treatments, Boston hospital already using malaria drug on patients

The Boston Herald 3/19/2020

Fact-Checking a Miami Beach Commissioner’s Statement About Coronavirus and First Responders

Polifact 3/18/2020

Doctors Answer Your Questions On Coronavirus

WBUR 3/18/2020

Fact-checking a Miami Beach Commissioner’s statement about coronavirus and first responders

PolitiFact 3/18/2020

A Coronavirus Expert On Gov. Baker’s New Emergency Measures

WBUR 3/16/2020

An infectious disease expert explains why the new measures in Mass. are crucial for battling coronavirus

Boston.com 3/16/2020

An Infectious Disease Expert Explains Why the New Measures in Mass. are Crucial for Battling Coronavirus

Boston.com 3/16/2020

To Stop Coronavirus, Places Where People Gather Are Shutting Down Across California. What About Its Jails?

The Appeal 3/16/2020

A Coronavirus Expert On Gov. Baker's New Emergency Measures

WBUR 3/16/2020

How to Social Distance: What Experts Say is Safe — And Not Safe — During the Coronavirus Outbreak

The Boston Globe 3/15/2020

Boston Experts: We Need to Scale Up Coronavirus Testing Now

BU Today 3/13/2020

Amid coronavirus concerns, is it safe to ride the T?

Boston.com 3/11/2020

Why You Should Always Visit a Travel Health Clinic Before Heading Abroad

The Points Guy 3/10/2020

Unpacking The Latest Coronavirus News

WBUR 3/9/2020

Top docs offer look inside Mass. coronavirus preparations

MetroWest Daily News 3/7/2020

The Peace Corps Botches Its Evacuation From China At The Height Of The Coronavirus Outbreak, Volunteers Say

Buzzfeed News 3/6/2020

Coronavirus Quarantines: What it Really Means and How it Could Slow a U.S. Outbreak

Mass Live 3/5/2020

Coronavirus quarantines: What it really means and how it could slow a U.S. outbreak

Mass Live 3/5/2020

Baker calls on schools to cancel all trips abroad

CommonWealth Magazine 3/4/2020

Can You Get Coronavirus From That Package From China? Experts Say It’s Unlikely

Boston Herald 2/21/2020

Ayanna Pressley, 45 Democrats urge President Trump to keep coronavirus vaccine cost low

The Boston Herald 2/20/2020

Ayanna Pressley, 45 Democrats Urge President Trump to Keep Coronavirus Vaccine Cost Low

Boston Herald 2/20/2020

CDC Coronavirus Boss Calls Spread ‘Unprecedented’ as Cases Surge in U.S. and Abroad

The Daily Beast 2/3/2020

Massachusetts Reports First Confirmed Case of Coronavirus

The Boston Globe 2/1/2020

Coronavirus Was Declared a 'Public Health Emergency of International Concern.' What You Need to Know About The Illness.

Boston.com 1/31/2020

Catching the next pandemic early

Science Line 12/9/2019

SPH Report: Many Study Abroad Students Return with Preventable Diseases

BU Today 12/3/2018

Scientists track how yellow fever raced through Brazil

AFP 8/27/2018

Scientists track how yellow fever raced through Brazil

France 24 8/23/2018

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