Bloomberg News Interview Series
Our faculty experts appear weekly on Bloomberg News TV and Radio to share insights and findings on timely public health topics.
Another segment on Bloomberg News previously aired on Thursdays at 6:45 a.m. ET.
You can view our previous Bloomberg TV segments below.
Implications of Overturning Roe v. Wade
Suzanne Bell, assistant professor in the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health, discusses the medical community’s response to the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Latest on U.S. COVID Cases
Amesh Adalja, senior scholar at the Center for Health Security at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, provides an update on COVID cases.
School Shootings’ Impact on Children
Tamar Mendelson, director of the Center for Adolescent Health, discusses the impact of school shootings on the mental health of children.
Opioid Industry Document Archive
Caleb Alexander, professor of Epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, discusses developing the Opioid Industry Document Archive.
U.S. COVID Surges
Andy Pekosz, professor of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, discusses the surge of COVID cases across the country.
Update on COVID Variants
Chris Beyrer, MD, provides insights on new variants of the coronavirus circulating across the globe.
He is featured at the 38:10 mark.
Impacts of Long COVID
Priya Duggal discusses studying the impact of Long Covid.
Vulnerability of Health Care in Conflict
Len Rubenstein, director of the Bloomberg School's Program on Human Rights, Health and Conflict, talks about the vulnerability of health care in times of conflict.
mRNA Vaccines in China and Beyond
Chris Beyrer, MD, discusses mRNA vaccine technology and benefits, as well as the sharing of these vaccines with China and other countries.
Updates on COVID Vaccines and Cases
Chris Beyrer, MD, talks about a people potentially getting a fourth Covid booster shot.
Updates on COVID Funding & Vaccines
Chris Beyrer, MD, discusses the White House efforts to get more funding for COVID research, as well as the FDA's recent authorization for a fourth vaccine dose in some populations.
Russia's Threat of Biological Weapons
Crystal Watson, senior scholar at the Center for Health Security, shares her thoughts on the threat of Russia using biochemical weapons in their war with Ukraine.
Public Health Implications in Ukraine [Video]
Chris Beyrer, MD, discusses the potential ramifications of the exodus of Ukraine and the Russian invasion.
Impacts of Inflation on Public Health
Ge Bai, professor of Health Policy and Management at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, discusses the impact of inflation on hospitals and public health.
COVID Spread in Ukraine
Rupali Limaye, associate scientist at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, explains why Ukraine will likely lead to an upsurge in COVID.
COVID Cases Starting to Wane
Andy Pekosz, professor of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, discusses the current state of Covid and how cases are starting to wane.
Updates on Omicron Surge
Chris Beyrer, MD, says we're on the right side of the omicron surge.
Gigi Gronvall, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, discusses some states dropping mask mandates.
Beijing Olympics Open Under Covid Cloud
Tara Kirk Sell, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, discusses how the Beijing Olympics will handle Covid outbreaks.
Why America Lags the World on Lifting COVID Restrictions
Chris Beyrer, MD, discusses countries lifting Covid restrictions, regional recovery from omicron in the U.S., and China’s vulnerability to Covid-19 as the Olympic games begin.
10B+ Vaccine Doses Administered Globally
Chris Beyrer, MD, discusses the state of the pandemic and Omicron variant in South Africa, which is seeing a remarkable decline in daily COVID deaths and cases.
Going from pandemic to endemic
Rupali Limaye, associate professor of International Health, discusses the fight against growing antimicrobial resistance, infections that don’t respond to drugs.
U.K. ‘Reckless’ in Easing Covid Curbs
Chris Beyrer discusses the easing of Covid curbs in the U.K. and continued omicron risk in the U.S.
Omicron & Other COVID Variants
Andy Pekosz, professor of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, discusses that vaccinated people who have been infected with the omicron variant may end up with a very high level of immunity that recognizes other variants.
Lagging Hospital, Death Curve Still Ahead
Chris Beyrer, epidemiologist at the Bloomberg School, says COVID may look “really different" in 6-8 weeks after omicron peaks.
Hospitals Jammed, But ICUs Less Crowded
Chris Beyrer, MD, discusses Covid-19 messaging and concerns about PCR testing and the availability of rapid testing.
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