Douglas Krinerand Sarah Krepsrecently published a study in JAMA Network Open showing that if an initial COVID-19 vaccine is about as effective as a flu shot, uptake by the American public may fall far short of the 70% level needed to achieve herd immunity.
Cornell experts are available to discuss the potential of a coronavirus vaccine from multiple angles, including the science of vaccines, why people choose not to be vaccinated, health care systems, insurance companies and policies.
Sarah Kreps, professor of government at Cornell University, says accounts of foreign interference, such as the e-mail campaign allegedly organized by Iran, introduce “noise into the system” regardless of whether the culprits are identified.
Cornell experts are available to discuss issues surrounding Tuesday's election pitting President Donald Trump against former Vice President Joe Biden including misinformation, polling and public opinion.
Sarah Kreps, professor of government, and Drew Margolin, professor of communication, comment on efforts by Congress to limit access to TikTok on government devices and the larger security issues surrounding the Chinese-owned social media company.
Sarah Kreps, professor of government and expert in surveillance systems and cybersecurity, comments on efforts within the federal government to use data and surveillance to control the spread of the new coronavirus.