Alumni share how the virus impacts their work
In a short amount of time, the coronavirus has upended every facet of life in the U.S. and beyond. As the world copes with a growing number of COVID-19 cases, many Wheaton alumni with careers in public health and medicine are working to mitigate the impact and save lives. Here are some professional perspectives on the pandemic from:
- Zaheer Faizi ’10, Medical doctor, second-year general surgery resident, Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Upland, Pa.
- Atsuyoshi “Atsu” Ishizumi ’12, ORISE (Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education) Fellow, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Rachel Mitrovich ’04, Global health practitioner, pharmaceutical industry
- Chris Paquet ’03, Assistant commissioner in the Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response, New York City Health Department
- Julia Corey ’19, Contact tracer, Partners in Health
- Seth Lotterman ’99, Emergency physician, Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Conn.