From the New York Times to the Washington Post, University of Oregon researchers have been at the forefront of media coverage around COVID-19 as journalists seek out experts on the national and world response, reaction and preparation for the virus.
Here are some of the stories featuring UO faculty members from the week of Sept. 21-25:
- Opinion: Gaps in COVID-19 testing guidance misses cases in communities of color
The Oregonian: Co-authors Dimitra Fellman is a senior and Melissa Graboyes is assistant professor of medical history and African history at the University of Oregon.
- Finding Solutions to Support Child Care during COVID-19
Urban Wire: The RAPID-EC project is under the direction of professor of psychology Phil Fisher at the University of Oregon. Research was also featured in their September 15 post and in The Register-Guard and Slate.
- Guest View: Frequent cheap tests will allow us to reopen
Register-Guard: Author Joshua Skov is an instructor of management at Lundquist College of Business at the University of Oregon.
- Surveys offer window into how families with young kids are faring through pandemic
USC Center for Health Journalism: The RAPID-EC project is under the direction of professor of psychology Phil Fisher at the University of Oregon. He also provided expert commentary for The 74.
- US parents delaying preschool and kindergarten amid pandemic
Washington Post: The RAPID-EC project is under the direction of professor of psychology Phil Fisher at the University of Oregon. Story also ran on ABC News.
- Pregnancy during a pandemic: The stress of COVID-19 on pregnant women and new mothers is showing
The Conversation: Co-author Jennifer Ablow is associate professor of psychology at the University of Oregon. This story was picked up by multiple outlets.
- Oregon farmworkers report inconsistent COVID-19 safety practices
The Oregonian: Researchers from the University of Oregon worked on study.