Catherine Pérez Garcia PhD ’20, a first-generation college student, will continue her research on health disparities in minority populations as assistant professor of sociology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Archive: May 2020
A USC study found that a combination of a fasting-mimicking diet plus vitamin C delayed tumor progression and even caused disease regression in mice.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer and Fairfield Citizen (via The Conversation) published an opinion column authored by Caroline Cicero and Paul Nash on ageist narratives during the COVID-19 pandemic. “Aging is something we will all experience, if we’re lucky. Yet ageism is arguably the last widely accepted form
CityLab quoted Edward Schneider on how seniors are staying busy during the COVID-19 lockdown. “My day starts at 5:30 in the morning and ends at 8:30 or 9 at night, and I’m busy the entire time,” he said. “I don’t feel terribly isolated — although
Bloomberg quoted Ed Schneider on the social impacts of COVID-19-induced isolation. Schneider said he thinks the disease will have a more lasting impact on young people than seniors: “We’ve either been through it or we’ve heard about it and therefore as bad as it is,
Humanitarian Tyler Evans '02 has responded to disease outbreaks around the globe and is now the chief medical officer overseeing the COVID-19 response for the New York City Department of Emergency Management.