COVID-19 Coverage

2020

The Pandemic of 2020

Timmerman Report articles about the coronavirus pandemic are being made free for everyone. It’s a public health emergency. This in-depth reporting and analysis should be widely available, not just biopharmaceutical professionals who are paying subscribers.

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TR Coverage of the Pandemic

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June

  • Puretech Focuses on Long-Term Lung Complications in COVID19 Patients. June 2. (KJ Mulam)
  • Dig Deep and Fight Hard Against Injustice. June 1. (Rob Perez)

May

April

  • Tracking Viral Outbreaks. Emma Hodcroft on The Long Run. Apr. 30. (Luke Timmerman)
  • Keeping an Academic Lab Afloat. Apr. 28. (Jim Olson)
  • We Didn’t Become the World Biotech Leader By Sealing Ourselves Off. Apr. 28. (Bernat Olle)
  • Capturing Family History, While We Have Time. Apr. 27. (Leora Schiff)
  • How a Gesture Morphed Into a Full-Time Effort to Feed the Frontline. Apr. 27. (Ellen Kuwana)
  • A San Francisco Doctor Answers the Call to NYC. Apr. 25. (Ethan Weiss)
  • A Sad Week of Reckless Leadership. Apr. 24. (Luke Timmerman)
  • Build Back Better. Apr. 22. (David Shaywitz)
  • Massachusetts Biotechs Consider How to Return Safely. Apr. 22. (Adam Thomas)
  • How to Navigate a Blizzard of Antibody Studies. Apr. 21. (Ruth Etzioni)
  • Singapore Forgot to Check Its Blind Spot. Apr. 21. (Carolyn Ng)
  • Cultivating a Tolerance for Adversity in Our Teams. Apr. 20. (Eric Murphy)
  • The Real Question is How to Restart. Apr. 17. (Otello Stampacchia)
  • Walking the Diagnostic and Serologic Testing Tightrope. Apr. 17. (Ruth Etzioni)
  • Hunting for Antibodies: George Scangos on The Long Run. Apr. 17 (Luke Timmerman)
  • Bridging the Social Divide in the Pandemic. Apr. 17. (Dr. Alex Harding)
  • Serology Testing: Keep an Eye Out for Quick-and-Dirty Tests. Apr. 16. (Michael Koeris)
  • Scaling Up Antibodies and Vaccines Won’t Be Easy. Apr. 16. (Jim Thomas)
  • Don’t Waste This Crisis: Solving the Patient Cost-Share Problem. Apr. 15. (Jeff Berkowitz)
  • Drug Repurposing to Keep COVID19 Patients Out of the ICU. Apr. 15. (Robert Plenge)
  • A Healthcare Investor, and Doctor, Peering into the Fog. Apr. 14. (David Sable)
  • The Pandemic Takes a Certain Kind of Toll on African Americans. Apr. 14. (Stephen Graham)
  • Why COVID-19 Can’t Be Compared With Flu. Apr. 14. (Ruth Etzioni)
  • The Testing Fiasco Continues. Apr. 9. (Luke Timmerman)
  • Facing the Consequences of a Misinformation Pandemic. Apr. 8. (Kyle Serikawa)
  • Rationale for Testing Anticoagulants Against COVID19. Apr. 7. (Ethan Weiss)
  • Not All COVID-19 Models Are Created Equal. Apr. 7. (Ruth Etzioni)
  • I’ve Got a Fund Full of Toilet Paper and I’m Ready to Deal. Apr. 6. (Lisa Suennen)
  • Where the Puck is Going: Serologic Testing. Apr. 6 (Michael Koeris)
  • Loss & Grief During Covid19. Apr. 6. (Dr. Katherine Shear, Laurel Mayer & Jeff Lieberman)
  • Diagnostic Dysfunction: Mike Pellini on The Long Run. Apr. 4. (Luke Timmerman)
  • A Baffling Coronavirus Response. Frontpoints. Apr. 2. (Luke Timmerman)
  • A Chance at Redemption for US Healthcare. Apr. 2. (Leora Schiff)
  • Thinking Ahead: Building a Broad Arsenal Against Infectious Disease. Apr. 1. (Ankit Mahadevia)
  • Building on Our Immunology Understanding, Seeing Reasons for Hope. Apr. 1. (Doug Williams)
  • What’s the Real Risk of Death from COVID19? Apr. 1. (Otello Stampacchia)

March

February

January