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Editor's Note: Craig Spencer, the author of this article, is an associate professor of emergency medicine and of population and family health.
That’s why Bianca Jones Marlin, a psychologist and neuroscientist at Columbia University who has now fostered children herself, studies a unique sliver of epigenetics.
Dr. Michael Pitman, director of the Columbia center, said “It became clear to me that musical theater performers are athletes, and they’re going to have the same problems getting back onstage."
The award launches the Columbia-Pfizer Clinical Trials Diversity Initiative. The Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center will also be involved in the effort.
“Young people are unbelievably resilient.” Claude Mellins and other experts said universities need to give students safe options to socialize.
Kanwal Farooqi was the lead author on a study of 45 pediatric patients showing that their heart problems—which ranged from leaky valves to enlarged coronary arteries—mostly resolved within six months.
But some experts remain concerned about the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant, including Charles Branas, chair of the epidemiology department at Columbia University.
Dr. Jordan Orange, chair of pediatrics at Columbia University, discusses the steps adults can take to protect children from COVID as they head back to school this fall.
Mr. Abbott’s age alone would place him at greater risk for progression to severe Covid-19, said Dr. Jessica Justman, an infectious disease specialist and epidemiology professor at Columbia University.
But when it comes to an entirely new pathogen—like the novel coronavirus—kids might have an advantage, as Donna Farber, an immunologist at Columbia University, explained to me.