The swift development of vaccines has provided a vital tool to combat the spread of the deadly SARS-CoV-2 virus, but challenges to reaching herd immunity posed by the rise of new mutations and the inability of immunosuppressed people to develop … Read More »
The pandemic may have closed some doors to in-person opportunities for students, but it opened a big one for Merna Ghallab, who gained invaluable training as a COVID-19 contact tracing intern and team lead for Los Angeles County — all … Read More »
The chance to get vaccinated against COVID-19 seems like the best thing to happen in a very long time. Like most parents you’re probably wondering: What about the kids?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has so far authorized three … Read More »
If you’re looking for Jake Pham and Eloise Martinez, you might find them together on FaceTime. The physical therapy student and senior are separated by 50 miles and almost 50 years. Their connection should be in person, but fate had … Read More »