Roundup

  1. June 3, 2020

    In today’s Roundup: Hope for a “radically different world”; the bizarre world of medical mask arbitrage; expressions of concern for data used in multiple COVID studies; Duke students create machine learning algorithm for detecting COVID on...

  2. May 29, 2020

    In today’s Roundup: bearing witness as US reaches a somber milestone; the downsides of “fast science”; mounting questions about Lancet HCQ study; the ethics of contact tracing; algorithms wreak havoc for renters; CTTI resources for...

  3. May 27, 2020

    In today’s Roundup: COVID and social change; artificial eye mimics retinal architecture; PubMed rocks the boat with new design; data science powers Paralympics; new timeline for COVID arrival, spread; remdesivir data published; the N95 mask’...

  4. May 22, 2020

    In today’s Roundup: confusion as CDC conflates testing data; physician burnout paper retracted; COVID reopening dashboards; stats challenged on remdesivir paper; large HCQ registry study in COVID patients finds no mortality benefit,...

  5. May 20, 2020

    In today’s Roundup: “Patchwork” approach to reopening leaves future cloudy; worrisome news about COVID data dashboards; fighting an epidemic of amputations; dogs with a nose for archaeology; skepticism, nihilism, and conspiracy theories; a...

  6. May 15, 2020

    In today’s Roundup: a flood tide of COVID-related publications swamps researchers; Medicaid expansion linked with better cancer survival; fabulous worms inhabit crushing oceanic depths; AMA advises on use of serological tests for COVID;...

  7. May 13, 2020

    In today’s Roundup: holding on to hope; AMA releases principles for data privacy; test for COVID seroconversion; Ford releases self-driving data; no benefit for hydroxychloroquine in new COVID study; effects of trauma on refugee mental...

  8. May 8, 2020

    In today’s Roundup: the heroes who stay home; NIH takes big hit from COVID; finding research datasets; ignoring H1N1’s lessons about disparate impact; secondary reporting on COVID “mutation” preprint prompts ire, reflection; Banksy says...

  9. May 6, 2020

    In today’s Roundup: remembering old kindnesses; teaching AI common sense; why are clinical trials so complex?; socioeconomics and telomere length; repurposing drugs for coronavirus; the failures of the tech economy; docs dip toe into...

  10. May 1, 2020

    In today’s Roundup: challenges for app-based contact tracing; parsing remdesivir trial results (and how they’re communicated); integrating data to support palliative care; data shows disparate impact of COVID across NYC; e-cig study casts...

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