Join Medscape editor-in-chief Eric Topol, MD, and master storyteller and clinician Abraham Verghese, MD, on Medicine and the Machine as they discuss the power and pitfalls of artificial intelligence, and how it will change modern medicine.
What the NBA's Collaboration With Yale Reveals About COVID Variants
The NBA was looking for help with COVID-19 surveillance. They found it in Nathan Grubaugh's team at Yale. Grubaugh talks with Eric Topol and Abraham Verghese about that collaboration and more.
'The Impact of the Vaccine Has Been Tremendous'
After a weak early response to COVID, Israel leads the world in vaccinations. The benefits are apparent, Eran Segal says. But hurdles remain, including finishing vaccinations and staving off variants.
COVID-Related ARDS May Not Be So Different After All: An ICU Physician's View of What Works
Angela Rogers on COVID-related ARDS, how ICU COVID care has changed over the months, and why it is a privilege to be an ICU doctor during COVID.
'We're Only Safe if We're All Safe': Global COVID Vaccination
Seth Berkley, CEO of Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance, talks about vaccines, optimal vaccine distribution in the US and across the globe, and why he's optimistic about COVID and future outbreaks.
Eric Goosby on COVID, Race, and Building Health
A member of Biden's COVID advisory board, Goosby talks about why it's wise to unpack the vaccine trials, reach out to community organizations, and keep the pipeline of minority physicians full.
Reducing Risk Now, While Preparing for the Next Pandemic
Virologist Angela Rasmussen talks about her battle against misinformation in the media, the virus, vaccines, disinfecting surfaces, home testing, and the next pandemic.