Here is an article from Wired that talks about the experience of a Michigan Medicine ICU team at the beginning of the COVID crisis in Ann Arbor!
Bioengineering faculty, Sherman Fan has a press release out about a microfluidic ELISA: This hardware is compatible with any antibody that is validated to work, providing a microfluidic ELISA that reduces time and needs only a small sample volume. Here is the
This article describes how the ability to rapidly sequence the viral genome is helping track the
An article from the University Record on the sociological consequences of immunity/antibody tests. Read more here .
Our own Infectious Disease Physician and viral epidemiologist, Dr. Adam Lauring was interviewed by NBC News on "Why are viruses hard to kill?" Find the story here .
A recent study shows how the COVID-19 pandemic is disproportionately affecting young faculty and especially female scientists working in “bench sciences” and scientists with young children. This could have important short and long term effects on careers and institutions.
The “Mask Up Michigan” order requires individuals to wear a face-covering when they are in an indoor public space or a crowded outdoor space. It is based on data showing that wearing a mask can significantly reduce spread. You can read a nice synopsis
Here is an easy to read transmission risk chart.