As UWM’s faculty and staff adapted to the closure of campus in Spring 2020 and continued to teach courses online, they also persisted with their research, which for some became the COVID-19 pandemic itself. This ongoing series features publications by UWM faculty and staff related to the global health crisis. Please contact Ann Hanlon, hanlon@uwm.edu, with additional citations.

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Submissions from 2020

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ACE2 and TMPRSS2 variation in savanna monkeys (Chlorocebus spp.): Potential risk for zoonotic/anthroponotic transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and a potential model for functional studies, Christopher A. Schmitt, Christina M. Bergey, Anna J. Jasinska, Vasily Ramensky, Felicity Burt, Hannes Svardal, Matthew J. Jorgensen, Nelson B. Freimer, J Paul Grobler, and Trudy R. Turner

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"Being a Nurse" in the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, Julia Snethen

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Career Development Impacts of COVID-19: Practice and Policy Recommendations, Kelsey L. Autin, David L. Blustein, Saba R. Ali, and Patton O. Garriott

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Covid-19 and the need for perinatal mental health professionals: now more than ever before, Michael T. Hynan

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Discovery of Drug-Like Ligands for the Mac1 Domain of SARS-CoV-2 Nsp3, Rajdeep Virdi, Robert Bavisotto, Nemanja Vuksanovic, Trevor Melkonian, Nicholas R. Silvaggi, David N. Frick, and Nicholas C. Hopper

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Editor in Chief's Introduction to Essays on the Impact of COVID-19 on Work and Workers, Nadya A. Fouad

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International Nurses Day 2020: Remembering nurses who have died in the COVID‐19 pandemic, Debra Jackson, Caroline Bradbury-Jones, Diana Baptiste, Leslie Gelling, Karen Morin, Stephen Neville, and Graeme D. Smith

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Life in the pandemic: Some reflections on nursing in the context of COVID‐19, Debra Jackson, Caroline Bradbury-Jones, Diana Baptiste, Leslie Gelling, Karen Morin, Stephen Neville, and Graeme D. Smith

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Milwaukee's Coronavirus Racial Divide: A Report on the Early Stages of COVID-19 Spread in Milwaukee County, Joel Rast, Yaidi Cancel Martinez, and Lisa Heuler Williams

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Modeling Evaporation of Water Droplets as Applied to Survival of Airborne Viruses, Leonid A. Dombrovsky, Alexander A. Fedorets, Vladimir Yu Levashov, Alexei P. Kryukov, Edward Bormashenko, and Michael Nosonovsky

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Molecular Basis for ADP-Ribose Binding to the Mac1 Domain of SARS-CoV-2 nsp3, David N. Frick, Rajdeep Virdi, Nemanja Vuksanovic, Narayan Dahal, and Nicholas R. Silvaggi

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Nursing Education after COVID-19: Same or different?, Karen Morin

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Nursing Home Social Work during COVID-19, Nancy Kusmaul, Mercedes Bern-Klug, Jennifer Heston-Mullins, Amy R. Roberts, and Colleen Galambos

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Online National Health Agency Mask Guidance for the Public in Light of COVID-19: Content Analysis, Linnea Laestadius, Yang Wang, Ziyad Ben Taleb, Mohammed Ebrahimi Kalan, Young Cho, and Jennifer Manganello

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Pandemic Academic: Mothering from the Home Office, Amanda I. Seligman

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Pandemic Reveals Vulnerabilities in Food Access: Confronting Hunger Amidst a Crisis, Melissa G. Bublitz, Natalie Czarkowski, Jonathan Hansen, Laura A. Peracchio, and Sherrie Tussler

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Racial and Ethnic Differences in Self-Reported Telehealth Use during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Secondary Analysis of a U.S. Survey of Internet Users from Late March, Celeste Campos-Castillo and Denise Anthony

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Racial and Ethnic Digital Divides in Posting COVID-19 Content on Social Media Among US Adults: Secondary Survey Analysis, Celeste Campos-Castillo and Linnea Laestadius

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Spatial Analysis of Disinformation in COVID-19 Related Tweets, Amir Masoud Forati and Rina Ghose

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Spatiotemporal distribution and trend of COVID-19 in the Yangtze River Delta region of the People’s Republic of China, Lei Ye and Lingqian Hu

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Systematic Case Review Strategies: An Application for Jail Population Reduction, Beth M. Huebner and Theodore S. Lentz

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The Public Health Epidemic Exacerbated by COVID-19, Colleen Galambos

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Wastewater-Based Epidemiology: Global Collaborative to Maximize Contributions in the Fight Against COVID-19, Aaron Bivins, Kyle Bibby, Sandra L. McLellan, and Ryan J. Newton