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Sara May Bergstresser

Bioethics, Public Health, and Biochemistry

Columbia University

Sara has a PhD in Anthropology, an MPH in Family and Community Health, and an MS in Bioethics. From 2017-2019, Sara was Lecturer and Program Coordinator for Bioethics Education in the Faculty of Medicine at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is currently Lecturer in the masters of bioethics program at Columbia University. She has most recently begun studying biochemistry.

Sara has authored 5 articles

Demystifying the effects of COVID-19 variants on vaccines

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The US CDC has identified five variants of concern. Research into how vaccines might handle each is ongoing

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How the COVID-19 vaccine is distributed determines how the pandemic will end

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National health care systems will make things more organized, but the US is still finding its footing

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Don't bank on herd immunity to save us from COVID-19

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The best way forward is to use quality research to shape policy

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It's not too late to change America's coronavirus future

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We need swift, strong measures and protection for our healthcare workers

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Why a coronavirus quarantine in the US is a bad idea

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Broad, sweeping restrictions could do more harm than good

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How good are the COVID-19 vaccines?

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Considering the distinction between efficacy and effectiveness