IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Marc Lipsitch presents Epidemiology of COVID-19: What we know, what we need to know.

In this webinar IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Anshu Banerjee, Monique Vledder, Dan Peters discusses the current focus, views on cooperation with local partners on the ground, the asks of host countries, lessons to be learned for possible next waves of the virus and how societies could become more resilient.

In this interview in Spanish, IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Claudia Perandones tells us all the advances in the COVID 19 study that the important institution is carrying out.

IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Marc Lipsitch answers GZERO World questions about the latest in the pandemic.

IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Marc Lipsitch presents "Epidemiology of COVID 19: What we know, what we need to know" at the IGS Seminar Series on May 28, 2020.

IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Marc Lipsitch discusses "Why Haven't Drug-Resistant Bacteria Taken Over the World?"

IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Marc Lipsitch and Editor Bina Venkataraman explains how the COVID-19 pandemic could end.

IRCEP Scientific Advisor Marc Lipsitch predicts 50-70% of the global adult population could become infected with SARS-CoV-2.

In this Facebook live interview in Spanish, IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Claudia Perandones declares "The effects of the preventive quarantine are seen".

IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Sonja A. Rasmussen shares information about how COVID-19 differs from the flu.

IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Marc Lipsitch talks about stressors of the health care system due to COVID-19 and loosening control measures.

Live Q&A session about COVID-19 with IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Marc Lipsitch.

IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Sonja Rasmussen discusses concerns about COVID-19 and pregnancy.

In this Facebook live, IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Marc Lipsitch discusses the latest facts and evidence-based findings regarding coronavirus.

IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Sonja Rasmussen discusses some of the psychological issues that are coming up with COVID-19.

According to IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Kjersti Aagaard, pregnant women may be at an increased risk for severe illness from Covid-19 compared with women who are not expecting.

IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Sonja Rasmussen answers questions about COVID-19 in relation to children. Credit: UF Health.

Pregistry spokesperson Allison explains what you should know about COVID-19 and pregnancy

Pregistry spokesperson Allison tells us what is known and unknown about COVID-19 and immunity

Pregistry spokesperson Allison explains why using hand sanitizer during pregnancy might not be a good idea

Pregistry spokesperson Allison answers the most frequent questions about COVID-19 and pregnancy

Biological Terminology of COVID-19: What You Need To Know

Every Woman Every Child COVID-19 Expert Series: Maternal and Child Health with Anshu Banerjee

IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Marc Lipsitch explains that the coronavirus may infect up to 70% of world's population and the implications to pregnant women.

IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Kjersti Aagaard FAQ on COVID-19 and pregnancy.

In this TV interview in Spanish, IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Claudia Perandones explains the measures put in place against the pandemic in Argentina.

PBS TV program on COVID-19 and pregnancy, featuring IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Kjersti Aagaard.

Emotional and highly informative presentation on pregnancy and COVID-19 by IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Jie Qiao, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, from Wuhan, China.

IRCEP Scientific Advisor Dr. Sonja Rasmussen answers questions about COVID-19 in relation to children. Credit: HCPLive.

In this interview in Spanish, IRCEP Director Dr. Sonia Hernandez-Diaz speaks about the potential effects of COVID-19 infection on pregnant women

Pregistry spokesperson Allison explains why closing schools for Coronavirus might not be the best idea

In this Conversation, leading Harvard epidemiologist Dr. Marc Lipsitch shares his expertise on the Covid-19 crisis. Dr. Marc Lipsitch argues that the country remains in a bad situation with respect to viral transmission, high or increasing numbers of cases in many parts of the country, and insufficient testing.