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“I haven’t even thought about how I am today,” said Dr. Susannah Hills, a pediatric head and neck surgeon at Columbia University. “I can’t think of the last time somebody asked me that question.”
“The different levels of efficacy with two different dosing regimens is scientifically intriguing,” says Dr. Jessica Justman, an associate professor of medicine in epidemiology at Columbia.
“We need to be ahead of the curve and not be quite so slow in acting on our information,” said Dr. Jessica Justman, an epidemiology professor at the Mailman School of Public Health.
“I don’t think we need a full lockdown; on the other hand, I do think we need action,” said Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr, a professor of epidemiology and medicine at Columbia University.
Pierre Elias is now a cardiology fellow at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, where he is researching the use of machine learning to improve care for cardiac patients.
“When you’ve overwhelmed the health care system, nobody is going to get optimal care,” said Dr. Jessica Justman, an epidemiologist at Columbia University.
Columbia Primary Care's latest practice location in the Manhattan Valley neighborhood of the Upper West Side marks an important milestone in the expansion of Columbia’s primary care enterprise.
“The entire country is out of control,” said Dr. Dara Kass, an associate professor of emergency medicine at Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York who had the virus herself.
Theo Sandfort, a professor at the Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, analyzed the findings of the telephone survey, which was completed in late 2019.
Dr. Carolina Zerrate, an assistant professor of psychiatry at Columbia, said that while these are stressful times for all families, “Black and Latinx families have been hit by the virus harder.”