Resources on transmission & prevention of COVID-19
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Resources on transmission & prevention of CoVID-19
Link to this page:https://bit.ly/3fzmB16
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Contact:@HuffmanLabDU
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alex.huffman@du.edu
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Direct Excel download:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-l78z-rSodmSfsfChv7d_tubb6d1Zxst-d7YI4HZp4g/export?format=xlsx
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This Google sheets page is a collection of resources related to
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transmission and prevention of COVID-19
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with focus on airborne routes i.e. inhalable aerosols (& ballistic droplets)
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Univ of Denver, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
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Overview notes:
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• This page was compiled as a resource as people are searching for credible information in the midst of the global pandemic.
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• Most people are legitimately trying to do the right thing for public health and are often craving reliable information on these topics.
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• Links are not necessarily comprehensive, but provide a few examples of additional reading and evidence for individuals who want to dig a little deeper.
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• I've done my best to include some examples of high-quality, non-partisan information (i.e. interviews with top-quality scientists), but I don't promise every line in all the articles is perfect.
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• The resources here are focused on the United States and in English, but I am happy to add other high-quality resources if you let me know.
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• This is meant to be a living, updated document.
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• If you know of other good resources for a general-audience, or see any major problems, please let me know.
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• Also suggest other science papers/evidence to include.
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A select few (not all!) twitter handles for selected high-level scientists you can trust (focused only on aerosols/airborne spread of disease/ventilation/etc; alpha by Twitter handle):
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Page released July 21, 2020 (updated regularly)
Twitter HandleNameInstitutionGeneral expertise
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Links are curated by Dr. J. Alex Huffman, Associated Professor (Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry) at the University of Denver
@HuffmanLabDUDr. Alex HuffmanUniv. Denver(me) general bioaerosols, detection strategies
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Expertise: (Bio)aerosol scientist & (bio)analytical chemist
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Research group:
https://sites.google.com/site/huffmanlabdu/home
@built_enviDr. Brent StephensIllinois Inst. of Tech.built environment, indoor air quality
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Twitter:
https://twitter.com/HuffmanLabDU
@CathNoakesDr. Cath NoakesUniv. Leedsinfection transmission, ventilation
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Publications:
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5363-9516
@ChemDelphineDr. Delphine FarmerColorado State Universityindoor chemistry, air quality, aerosols
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@CIDRAP
Center for Inf. Disease Research
Univ. Minnesotainfectious disease research
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@CorsIAQDr. Richard CorsiPortland State Univ.building engineer, indoor air scientist
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• See tabs below for the following types of information (all as examples, not comprehensive):
@Don_MiltonDr. Don Milton
Univ. Maryland School of Public Health
environmental disease, infectious disease, bioaerosols
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• In some cases an individual link could be categorized in multiple places, so look on different tabs
@j_g_allenDr. Joseph AllenHarvard School of Public Healthhealthy building engineer, public health
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(1) Overview reports, guides, and interactive tools@jksmith34Dr. Jeff Smith-indoor air quality
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(2) General audience media (e.g. articles and interviews)@jljcoloradoDr. Jose-Luis JimenezUniv. Colorado - Boulderaerosol scientist, enginner, chemist
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(3) Infographics, Images@kprather88Dr. Kimberly PratherUniv. Calif. San Diego & Scrippsaerosol scientist and chemist
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(4) Videos@linseymarr Dr. Linsey MarrVirginia Tech Univ.aerosols, airborne transmission of viruses
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(5) Tweet threads, blogs & podcasts@lisacngDr. Lisa Ng-building indoor air quality, ventilation
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(6) Selected research-level science articles@marinavanceDr. Marina VanceUniv. Coloradoenvironmental, built engineering; aerosols
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(7) Upcoming live webinars, recordings, slide decks@PoppendieckDr. Dustin Poppendieck-buliding engineer, indoor air quality researcher
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(8) Other general audience articles@ProfCharlesHaasDr. Charles HaasDrexel Universityenvironmental engineering, risk assessment
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@ShellyMBoulderDr. Shelly MillerUniv. Colorado - Boulderenvironmental engineering, indoor air and aerosols
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For even even faster updates on these topics, I encourage following a short list of scientists on Twitter, listed to the right →
@smogdrDr. John VolckensColorado State Universityaerosols, masks, sensor development, engineer
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@trishgreenhalghDr. Trisha GreenhalghUniv. Oxfordprimary care MD, long COVID
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@vfmcneillDr. Faye McNeillColumbia Univ.chemical engineer, aerosols, air pollution
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@Wymelenberg
Dr. Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg
Univ. Oregonhealth in the built environment
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All scientists, engineers listed above are excellent to follow, knowledgable, and trustworthy.
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