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Johns Hopkins Ebola Experts in the News

In an effort to inform and teach, several Johns Hopkins experts specializing in the Ebola virus disease, infection prevention and control and hospital emergency and preparedness have been sharing their expertise with local and national media. 

Johns Hopkins health experts, who either have been or are going to West Africa to assist with efforts to stop the spread of Ebola virus disease, were thanked for their public service by President Obama during a speech at the White House.

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Johns Hopkins “Heroes” in the Fight Against Ebola

Johns Hopkins health experts, who either have been or are going to West Africa to assist with efforts to stop the spread of Ebola virus disease, were thanked for their public service by President Obama during a speech at the White House. Representing Johns Hopkins at the Oct. 29 event in the East Room were Trish Perl, David Peters, Thomas Kirsch and Susan Krenn.

 


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Nurses strike to protest Ebola preparedness
CBSNews, Nov. 11

Polly Trexler of Johns Hopkins discusses treatment of Ebola
China Central Television America, Nov. 6

Baltimore-Based Profectus BioSciences Developing Triple Vaccine That Includes Ebola
WBAL-TV, Nov. 3

Hospitals wrestle with extent of Ebola treatment
Wall Street Journal, Oct. 31

Questions on Ebola virus symptoms becoming routine at Tampa Bay hospitals  
Tampa Bay Times, Oct. 29

Gabe Kelen, M.D. On Meet The Press 'Ebola Summit'
NBC Meet the Press

Maryland adopts more detailed Ebola strategy
WBAL-TV, Oct. 28

The Ebola fight’s HR problem
Marketplace, Oct. 27

Disorder among states' Ebola strategies raises worries
Los Angeles Times, Oct. 27

Md. to impose home quarantine, transit limits on some travelers from Ebola-stricken countries
Baltimore Sun, Oct. 27

Johns Hopkins has been picked by the CDC to create an Ebola training tool
Baltimore Sun, Oct. 24

Md., counties ramp up Ebola containment strategy
The Daily Record, Oct. 23

Demand Jumps for Protective Equipment as Ebola Cases Spur Hospitals Into Action
New York Times, Oct. 22

The piece that’s missing from new CDC guidelines
Marketplace, Oct. 21

Five possible targets for Ebola funds
The Hill, Oct. 21

Summit on Ebola
Meet the Press, Oct. 19

Md. officials: Don't worry; Health workers prepared for Ebola
WBAL-TV, Oct. 17

CDC to Send Dallas Healthcare Worker Infected with Ebola to Special Hospital
TIME Oct. 15, 2014

Ebola Protocol at Johns Hopkins
WBAL-TV (Baltimore) Oct. 15, 2014

Ebola Protocols: Who Is Most in Danger?
POLITICO Oct. 15, 2014

Ebola Crisis: Should the U.S. Impose an Air Travel Ban or Not?
Los Angeles Times Oct. 16, 2014

Ebola Patient Called CDC Before Flight
MSNBC (All In with Chris Hayes) Oct. 14, 2014

Should Names of Ebola Patients Be Released?
ABC 10 News Oct. 14, 2014

Experts Gather in Baltimore to Discuss Ebola
WMAR-TV (Baltimore) Oct. 14, 2014

After Texas Nurse Contracts Ebola, Tampa Bay Hospitals Say They Are Prepared
Tampa Bay Times Oct. 13, 2014

Ebola Response Strains Hospitals
The Wall Street Journal Oct. 13, 2014

As Flu Season Starts, Ebola Fear May Fill Emergency Rooms
CBS News Oct. 10, 2014

Howard Hospital Prepared in Case of Ebola
Baltimore Sun Oct. 9, 2014

As Anxiety Increases, Agency Scrambles to Address Concerns of Health Workers
New York Times Oct. 8, 2014