COVID-19 Supply Chain Resources

Supply chain disruption is a major factor right now in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. The customer demand for certain products, and lack of others, is greatly impacting the global economy, from lead times at factories in China to the distribution of consumer goods. Not to mention the impact to hospitals with a surge of patients and lack of necessary resources. Understanding how this risk exposure and long-term supply chain disruption impacts society and supply chain recovery can help policymakers and supply chain leaders make better decisions. All INFORMS journal articles in this collection are free access to the public.  

A collection of research, editorials, interviews, and other information featuring INFORMS thought leaders and their contributions to the public's understanding of the current coronavirus pandemic. 

Listed in reverse chronological order

Supply Chain Peer-Reviewed Scientific Research

Communication-Constrained Expansion Planning for Resilient Distribution Systems
INFORMS Journal on Computing
Journal article
April 16, 2020

Rushed Innovation: Evidence from Drug Licensing
Management Science
Journal article
April 8, 2020

Surge Capacity Deployment in Hospitals: Effectiveness of Response and Mitigation Strategies
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management
Journal article
March 25, 2020

Allocation of Intensive Care Unit Beds in Periods of High Demand
Operations Research
Journal article
February 10, 2020

A Segment-Based Formulation and a Matheuristic for the Humanitarian Pickup and Distribution Problem
Transportation Science
Journal Article
August 26, 2019

Planning for Overtime: The Value of Shift Extensions in Physician Scheduling
INFORMS Journal on Computing
Journal Article
June 19, 2019

A Logic-Based Benders Approach to Home Healthcare Delivery
Transportation Science
Journal Article
February 1, 2019

Spatial Resource Allocation for Emerging Epidemics: A Comparison of Greedy, Myopic, and Dynamic Policies
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management
Journal Article
April 20, 2018

Contracting for On-Time Delivery in the U.S. Influenza Supply Chain
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management
Journal Article
March 30, 2016

Modeling Influenza Pandemic and Planning Food Distribution
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management
Journal Article
October 31, 2013 

Multiregional Dynamic Vaccine Allocation During an Influenza Epidemic
Service Science
Journal Article
June 12, 2013

Selfish Drug Allocation for Containing an International Influenza Pandemic at the Onset
Operations Research
Journal Article
December 1, 2009

Supply Chain Coordination and Influenza Vaccination
Operations Research
Journal Article
December 1, 2008

Optimal Control of a Birth and Death Epidemic Process
Operations Research
Journal Article
October 1, 1981

Multimedia Resources

Vaccine Storage Issues Could Leave 3B People Without Access
Online: AP News
Tinglong Dai and Anna Nagurney
October 19, 2020

3 Billion People Could Struggle to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine Because the World Doesn't Have Enough Fridges to Store It
Online: MSN
Anna Nagurney
October 19, 2020

Once a COVID-19 Vaccine is Ready in Prime Time How Will People Get It
Online: Crain's Detroit Business
Julie Swann
October 18, 2020

Flu Shots See Shipment Delays, Increased Demand But Not Shortage
Online: Idaho Press
Julie Swann
October 17, 2020

Georgia Faces Enormous Challenges to Distribute a COVID-19 Vaccine
Online: AJC
Pinar Keskinocak and Julie Swann
October 15, 2020

Africa: Coronavirus Vaccine - What We Know So Far - a Comprehensive Guide By Academic Experts
Online: All Africa
Anna Nagurney
October 15, 2020

The COVID-19 Vaccine Supply Chain, Explained
Online: Brink
Julie Swann
October 12, 2020

How Will the COVID Vaccine Get to Me?
Online: Care Talk
Anna Nagurney
October 9, 2020

COVID Forces Rewrite of Academic Textbooks on Supply Chains and Logistics
Online: Financial Times
Jeremie Gallien
October 8, 2020

The Most Complicated Vaccine Campaign in History
Online: IPP Media
Julie Swann
October 8, 2020

Sheldon Jacobson: COVID-19 Vaccine Supply Chain Could Be Easier Than Many Expect
Online: Trib Live
Sheldon Jacobson
October 7, 2020

The Future of the Supply Chain
Online: Communications of the ACM
Tinglong Dai
October 6, 2020

How Pharma is Changing to Produce a Pandemic Vaccine in Rapid Time
Online: Global Biodefense
Anna Nagurney
October 5, 2020

The Big COVID-19 Vaccine Challenge is Keeping Them Super Cold
Online: The Daily Beast
Anna Nagurney
September 30, 2020

Vaccine Chaos is Looming
Online: Defense One
Julie Swann
September 29, 2020

Dai Tinglong (John Hopkins): We Need Supply Chain "Stress Tests"
Online: Sante-achat
Tinglong Dai
September 29, 2020

Vaccine Chaos is Looming
Online: The Atlantic
Julie Swann
September 28, 2020

Not Much Progress on PPE 'Reshoring'
Online: Med Page Today
Tinglong Dai
September 25, 2020

Operation Warp Speed Plan Released for COVID Vaccine Distribution
Online: Managed Healthcare Executive
Tinglong Dai
September 22, 2020

Trump Contradicts CDC, Pledges 100 Million Vaccines in 2020
Online: YourSun.com
Julie Swann
September 18, 2020

Keeping Coronavirus Vaccines at Subzero Temperatures During Distribution Will Be Hard, but Likely Key to Ending Pandemic
Online: The Conversation
Anna Nagurney
September 18, 2020

US Freezers Aren't Cold Enough to Store One Major Coronavirus Vaccine
Online: Quartz
Julie Swann
September 17, 2020

State Health Authorities Worry About Slow Planning for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution 
Online: The Wall Street Journal
Julie Swann
September 17, 2020

Complexities of the COVID-19 Vaccine Supply Chain
Online: Chicago's Very Own WGN9
Tinglong Dai
September 12, 2020

COVID-19 Vaccines Could be Distributed Through Churches, Beauty Salons, and Poultry Farms
Online: Quartz
Tinglong Dai
September 11, 2020

'Mind-Bogglingly Complex': Here's What We Know About How COVID Vaccine Will Be Distributed When It's Approved
Online: South Coast Today
Julie Swann & Tinglong Dai
September 9, 2020

Work on COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution is "Mind-Boggingly Complex"
Online: BioSpace
Julie Swann
September 8, 2020

Two COVID Vaccines in Phase 3; CDC Plans Distribution
Online: The Corvallis Advocate
Julie Swann
September 8, 2020

Coronavirus Update: Vaccine Makers Promise Safety, Lingering Effects From Severe Cases
Online: Consumer Affairs
Tinglong Dai
September 8, 2020

Coronavirus Updates: AstraZeneca Halts Vaccine Trials After 'Unexplained Illness'; Study Links 260K Cases to Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
Online: USA Today
Tinglong Dai
September 8, 2020

7 Ways the Pandemic Has Changed How We Shop for Food
Online: The New York Times
Anna Nagurney
September 8, 2020

'Mind-Bogglingly Complex': Here's What We Know About How COVID Vaccine Will Be Distributed When It's Approved
Online: The Enterprise
Julie Swann
September 7, 2020

Mnuchin, Pelosi Agree to Avoid Government Shutdown in October
Online: Morning Brew
Tinglong Dai
September 7, 2020

Coronavirus Updates Tuesday: Lane County Reports Ninth COVID-19 Related Death
Online: The Register-Guard
Tinglong Dai
September 7, 2020

Coronavirus Live Updates: US Governors Urge Labor Day Vigilance, Safety; Florida Case Count Falls to Lowest Since June; 189K US Deaths 
Online: Record Searchlight
Tinglong Dai
September 7, 2020

'Mind-Bogglingly Complex': Here's What We Know About How COVID-19 Vaccine Will Be Distributed When It's Approved
Online: USA Today
Julie Swann & Tinglong Dai
September 6, 2020

Health Experts Weigh In After CDC Calls on States 
Online: Fox 51 WOGX
Julie Swann
September 3, 2020

'Urgent' Request Sent to States in Push for Coronavirus Vaccine Delivery by Nov. 1
Online: Trib Live
Julie Swann
September 2, 2020

Rise in Cases and Positivity Test Rate at Temple Prompts Concern; Gov. Murphy Says N.J. Schools Reopening Next Week Are Prepared to Handle Outbreaks
Online: The Philadelphia Inquirer
Julie Swann
September 2, 2020

Flu Season and COVID-19 Are About to Collide. Now What?
Online: Wired
Julie Swann & Tinglong Dai
September 2, 2020

'Urgent' Request Sent to States in Push for Coronavirus Vaccine Delivery by Nov. 1
Online: Impact 2020
Julie Swann
September 2, 2020

Stocked Out: Why Cleaning Product Supply Chains Struggle to Meet Demand
Online: Supply Chain Dive
Sridhar Tayur
August 20, 2020

Who Will Get the First Doses of a Coronavirus Vaccine? Johns Hopkins Experts Have Some Ideas
Online: The Baltimore Sun
Tinglong Dai
August 20, 2020

Prof David Simchi-Levi at NITIE Webinar - Governmet Should Prioritize Critical Supply Chains to Apply Stress-Test
Online: The Times of India
David Simchi-Levi
August 10, 2020

GovExec Daily: The Upcoming Vaccine Logistics Questions
Online: Goverment Executive
Julie Swann
August 5, 2020

The Raging Competition for Medical Supplies is Not a Game, but Game Theory Can Help
Online: The Conversation
Anna Nagurney
August 4, 2020

NITIE Logistics Eves Series on Supply Chain Resilience 
Online: The Times of India
David Simchi-Levi 
July 31, 2020

Why We Should Already Be Planning for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution
Online: NC State University
Julie Swann 
July 29, 2020

Still Can't Find Disinfectant Wipes? You're Not Alone
Online: CBS Los Angeles
Chris Tang 
July 27, 2020

Meat Companies Refuse to Get Specific About COVID-19 Caseloads, Record Exports During Height of Pandemic
Online: The Corner
Anna Nagurney 
July 27, 2020

PPE Supply Chain is a Black Box - That Needs to Change
Online: Fortune
Tinglong Dai
July 25, 2020

Reshoring, Restructuring, and the Future of Supply Chains
Online: MIT Sloan School of Management 
David Simchi-Levi
July 22, 2020

Influenza Vaccine Supply Chain Lessons for Coronavirus
Online: Bloomberg Law
Tinglong Dai and Christopher Tang
July 21, 2020

How to Build a Coronavirus Vaccine Supply Chain
Online: Bloomberg Law
Tinglong Dai and Christopher Tang
July 21, 2020

Where Does Your PPE Come From? A Lack of Transparency is Hurting Americans.
Online: Fast Company
Tinglong Dai
July 15, 2020

A Race is on to Make Enough Small Glass Vials to Deliver Coronavirus Vaccine Around the World
Online: The Washington Post
Anne Robinson
July 14, 2020

The Supply Chain and COVID-19
Online: WABE
Pinar Keskinocak
July 13, 2020

What US Medical Supply Chain Can Learn From The Fashion Industry
Online: The Conversation
Tinglong Dai
July 13, 2020

What US Medical Supply Chain Can Learn From The Fashion Industry
Online: Yahoo! News
Tinglong Dai
July 13, 2020

What US Medical Supply Chain Can Learn From The Fashion Industry
Online: Houston Chronicle
Tinglong Dai
July 13, 2020

COVID Traps Impatient Americans in Endless Lines for Everything
Online: Bloomberg
Richard Larson
July 8, 2020

Welcome to the Coronavirus-Inspired Supply Chain Security Showdown
Online: The National Interest
David Simchi-Levi
July 8, 2020

Stress Testing Supply Chains Key to Building Resilience 
Online: Supply Chain Digest
David Simchi-Levi
July 8, 2020

The U.S. Medical Supply Chain Isn't Ready for a Second Wave
Online: Barron's
Chris Tang & Tinglong Dai
June 23, 2020

Building Resilient Supply Chains Won't Be Easy
Online: Harvard Business Review
David Simchi-Levi
June 23, 2020

Remember the N95 Mask Shortage? It's Still a Problem.
Online: Vox
Carri Chan
June 17, 2020

How Coronavirus is Upsetting the Blood Supply Chain
Online: The Good Men Project
Anna Nagurney
June 16, 2020

Developing the Coronavirus Vaccine Supply Chain
Online: Supply Chain Dive
David Simchi-Levi
June 16, 2020

It's Time to Plan for a Messy U.S.-China Divorce
Online: Barron's
Christopher Tang
June 15, 2020

Impact of COVID-19: The Case for AI-Inspired Digital Transformation
Online: ORMS Today
Thorsten Wuest, Andrew Kusiak, Tinglong Dai, Sridhar Tayur
June 15, 2020

Produce Supply Chain Management Lessons Learned From the Medical Industry; Being Pro-Active on Possible Next Wave of COVID-19 or Future Pandemics is a Start
Online: Perishable Pundit
Tinglong Dai 
June 13, 2020

Watch: Curing the Healthcare Supply Chain
Online: Supply Chain Brain
Christopher Tang 
June 12, 2020

Apple Watch shows value of strong supply chains, and opportunity in disruption
Online: Australian News
Robert Aboolian 
June 9, 2020

Commentary: Creative Local Strategies to Blunt Global Protectionism
Online: San Antonio Express News
Prasad Padmanabhan
June 8, 2020

The Coronavirus Outbreak Could Make it Quicker and Easier to Trial Drugs
Online: Nature
David Simchi-Levi
June 4, 2020

Why Supply Chain Agility Needs to be the Next Normal
Online: Logistics Viewpoints
Polly Mitchell-Guthrie 
June 2, 2020

A New Tool Emerges to Untangle Complexity of Medical Supply Chains  
Online: Bloomberg
David Simchi-Levi 
June 2, 2020

Some Concerned Health Care System Could be Overwhelmed as Elective Surgeries Resume  
Online: ABC Actions News WFTS Tampa Bay
Tinglong Dai 
June 1, 2020

Expert: Hospitals Should Prepare for Pent-Up Demand from Non-COVID-19 Patients   
Online: Fierce Healthcare
Tinglong Dai 
June 1, 2020

As Postponed Surgeries Resume, Can U.S. Hospitals Handle the Strain?   
Online: US News & World Report
Tinglong Dai 
June 1, 2020

Fixing our Broken Medical Supply Chains   
Online: Future of Sourcing
Pinar Keskinocak & Julie Swann 
May 27, 2020

Needed: A PPE Industrial Commons   
Online: EE Times
Tinglong Dai & Chris Tang 
May 27, 2020

Analysis: Of Supply Chains, Contracts & Businesses that Pivot  
Online: Bloomberg Law
David Simchi-Levi 
May 18, 2020

Coronavirus Impacts Pharmaceutical Supply Chain 
Online: Strategic Sourceror
Pinar Keskinocak
May 15, 2020

Restarting Supply Chain After the Pandemic 
Online: Supply Chain Brain
David Simchi-Levi 
May 15, 2020

Dozens of Coronavirus Drugs are I Development -- What Happens Next
Online: Nature
David Simchi-Levi & Stephen Chick 
May 14, 2020

Organic Chicken Business Falters in Pandemic
Online: E&E News
Anna Nagurney
May 13, 2020

Where Does Your Supply Chain Stand on the Spectrum? Take this Survey to Find Out
Online: DC Velocity
David Simchi-Levi
May 13, 2020

Want to Stop Consumer Hoarding in Times of Crisis? New Research may Provide the Answer
Online: The Fox Magazine
Andrew Ching & Matthew Osbourne
May 12, 2020

As Georgia Lifts Restrictions, its Hospitals are not Ready for a COVID-19 Surge
Online: NPR
Pinar Keskinocak
May 12, 2020

As Georgia Reopens, its Intensive-Care Beds are Largely Full
Online: Center for Public Integrity
Pinar Keskinocak                                                                                                                                                                                                               May 12, 2020

Krannert and Kelley Business Schools Collaborating to Help IU Health Manage Surge of COVID-19 Patients 
University Press: Purdue University 
Journal Operations Research  
May 11, 2020

Will Coronavirus Disruptions Prompt a New Focus on Supply Chain Risk and Resiliency for Business? 
University Press: University of Cambridge 
Anne Robinson, Sytske Wijnsma, Feryal Erhun 
May 11, 2020

Krannert and Kelley Business Schools Collaborating to Help IU Health Manage Surge of Covid-19 Patients 
Online: Press Release Point
INFORMS Health Application Society 
May 11, 2020

Supply Chain Under the Microscope 
Radio: AG News 890AM
Anna Nagurney 
May 7, 2020

In Mass., Stop & Shop, Wegmans, Costco Limit Meat Sales Ahead of Expected Shortage 
Online: NBC Boston
Anna Nagurney 
May 6, 2020

How will COVID-19 Impact Freight Budgets? And a Stress Test 
Online: DC Velocity
David Simchi-Levi 
May 6, 2020

States Could Save Lives by Sharing Ventilators with Each Other 
Online: Chicago Booth Review
Dan Adelman 
May 6, 2020

The Coronavirus Impact on Global Supply Chains
Radio: WAMU
Ravi Anupindi
May 5, 2020

'Farmers Time to Shine:' Meat Shortages Drive Consumers to Buy Local
TV: NBC Boston
Anna Nagurney
May 5, 2020

Crop Input Supply Chain Shows Resiliency Amid Coronavirus
Online: AgriBusiness Global
Tinglong Dai
April 28, 2020

We Need a Stress Test for Critical Supply Chains
Online: Harvard Business Review
David Simchi-Levi
April 28, 2020

6 Coronavirus Insights from MIT Sloan Management Review
University Press: MIT Sloan School of Management
David Simchi-Levi
April 27, 2020

As America Stays Home, Deliveries Have Struggled to Keep Up. Here's How the Distribution Network Could Change in Chicago and Beyond
Online: The Chicago Tribune
Tinglong Dai
April 27, 2020

The Algorithms Big Companies Use to Manage Their Supply Chains don't Work During Pandemics
Online: The Verge
David Simchi-Levi & Anna Nagurney
April 27, 2020

Are you Ready for the New Supply Chain
Online: 3D Printing Industry
David Simchi-Levi
April 27, 2020

U.S. Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Unprepared for COVID-19
Online: Healio
Pinar Keskinocak & Evren Ozkaya
April 27, 2020

Looking for Pampers and Huggies? Diapers and Wipes Return to Store Shelves as COVID-19 Shortages Ease
Online: Des Moines Register
Anna Nagurney
April 27, 2020

Can the West Actually Ditch China? 
Online: The Atlantic
David Simchi-Levi
April 24, 2020

Here's How the Coronavirus Could Change Supply Chain
Online: Share America
David Simchi-Levi
April 23, 2020

Coronavirus: End of the Global Supply Chain?  
Online: BBC
David Simchi-Levi
April 22, 2020

How US Supply Chains can Improve Operations Post-Pandemic  
Online: Focus Technica
Tinglong Dai
April 21, 2020

Food Companies Make Tough Shift to Supply Grocers as COVID-19 Closes Restaurants  
Online: S&P Global
Tinglong Dai
April 21, 2020

How US Supply Chains Can Improve Operations Post-Pandemic  
Online: Tech Republic
Tinglong Dai
April 21, 2020

Pandemic Response Holds Lessons to Combat Future Supply Chain Disruptions  
Online: San Antonio Business Journal   
Prasad Padmanabhan
April 20, 2020

Engineers Offer DIY Solutions to Coronavirus Equipment Shortages  
Online: Scientific American  
Julie Swann
April 20, 2020

Coronavirus Business Closures Unmask Global Supply Chain Defects  
Online: Investor's Business Daily  
David Simchi-Levi
April 17, 2020

The Post-Recovery Outlook will be Progressive, and will Entail a lot of Back and Forth, says Tinglong Dai  
Online: After Market News  
Tinglong Dai
April 16, 2020

JAIC's New Project Salus Links Up Supply Chain Data in Fight Against Coronavirus 
Online: Fedscoop
April 15, 2020

How COVID-19 is Wreaking Havoc on our Ability to Make Things -- Including Vaccines 
Online: Fivethirtyeight
Julie Swann
April 15, 2020

Dual Supply Chains: How the Pandemic is Creating an Artificial Food Shortage 
TV: FOX 5  
Ramesh Bollapragada
April 14, 2020

The Industry Says We Have Enough Food. Here's Why Some Store Shelves are Empty Anyway 
Online: The Washington Post  
Karen Simolitz
April 14, 2020

Desperate for Supplies: Some Hospitals Turn to 'Gray Market' 
Online: Atlanta Journal Constitution  
Sridhar Tayur
April 14, 2020

Dual Supply Chains: How the Pandemic is Creating an Artificial Food Shortage 
TV: FOX KTVU  
Ramesh Bollapragada
April 14, 2020

US Food Supply Chain is Strained as Virus Spreads 
Online: The New York Times  
Karan Girotra
April 13, 2020

Three Scenarios to Guide Your Global Supply Chain Recovery 
University Press: MIT Sloan Management Review  
David Simchi-Levi
April 13, 2020

Coronavirus: New York Hospital Compelled to Make Use of One Ventilator on Two Sufferers 
Online: Global News Hut  
Julie Swann
April 12, 2020

Domestic Manufacturing is Critical to Maintaining Emergency Supplies
Online: Barron's  
Chris Tang
April 10, 2020

Today's Supply Chain Challenges Require New Solutions 

Online: Analytics Magazine  
Anand Pandey & Gloria Quintanilla
April 10, 2020

Covid-19 and the Supply Chain 
University Press: University of Massachusetts Amherst  
Anna Nagurney
April 9, 2020

Staffing Shortages, Lack of PPE Strain Home Health Agencies
Online: Modern Healthcare
Carri Chan
April 8, 2020

From Pandemic Disruption to Global Supply Chain Recovery
Online: INFORMS Southeastern Michigan Chapter 
David Simchi-Levi
April 8, 2020

Seton Hall University Q&A on Covid-19 and the Supply Chain
Online: Global Cold Chain News 
Penina Orenstein
April 8, 2020

"This is Not Working"
Online: UCLA Anderson School of Management
Christopher Tang 
April 7, 2020

Why is there still a Coronavirus Test Kit Shortage in the US?
Online: Yahoo! Finance
Mark Daskin & Emily Tucker
April 7, 2020

Researchers Study Panic Shopping, Hoarding in Times of Crisis
Online: Arizona Daily Independent
Andrew Ching & Matthew Osbourne
April 4, 2020

New Research May Help Prevent Panic Buying in the Future
Online: Supply & Demand Chain Executive
Andrew Ching & Matthew Osbourne
April 2, 2020

How to Interpret Coronavirus News in Light of False Negatives
Online: Analytics Magazine
Eva Regnier
April 2, 2020

Food Supply
Blog: Ample
Sridhar Tayur
April 2, 2020

Metro Detroit Hospitals Overwhelmed with Crush of Coronavirus Patients, Lack of Supplies
Online: Detroit Metro Times
Pinar Keskinocak
April 1, 2020

Hospitals, State Scramble to Prepare for Coronavirus Surge
Online: Government Technology
Pinar Keskinocak
April 1, 2020

Hospitals, State Scramble to Prepare for Coronavirus Surge
Online: Atlanta Journal Constitution
Pinar Keskinocak
April 1, 2020

What Supply Chains Players are Learning from the Pandemic
Online: Society of Manufacturing Engineers
Sridhar Tayur
March 31, 2020

Why Coronavirus Probably Won't Force American Grocers to Run Out of Food
TV: CNBC
Karan Girotra
March 31, 2020

Competing Covid-19 Objectives
Online: Analytics Magazine
Ken Fordyce
March 31, 2020

Smart (Ops) Manufacturing!
Online: My Ample Life
Sridhar Tayur
March 30, 2020

In the Trenches
Online: Hamodia
Carri Chan
March 29, 2020

Why Are Masks for Doctors, Nurses in Short Supply Just When Needed Most? Blame a Broken Supply Chain
Online: Chicago Tribune
Carri Chan
March 29, 2020

Why People are Panic Buying During the Covid-19 Outbreak
Online: The Ladders
March 28, 2020

Congresswoman Calls or Trump to Use Defense Production Act
Online: MSNBC
Carri Chan
March 25, 2020

Medical Supply Chains are Fragile in the Best of Times and Covid-19 Will Test Their Strength
Online: Fairfield Citizen
Emily Tucker
March 25, 2020

Supply Chain Outlook: The Timing of the Slowdown
University Press: MIT News
David Simchi-Levi
March 25, 2020

Medical Supply Chains Are Fragile in the Best of Times and Covid-19 will Test Their Strength 
University Press: University of Michigan
March 25, 2020

How is COVID-19 Impacting Organ Transplants?
Online: Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry
Sridhar Tayur
March 25, 2020

This Would Be a Really Great Moment for Food Delivery Robots
Online: Slate
Tinglong Dai
March 25, 2020

The Science of Panic Buying and How to Stop It
Online: Psychology Today
March 25, 2020

Will Latin American See More Supply Chain Disruption?
Online: The Dialogue
Tinglong Dai
March 25, 2020

Medical Supply Chains are Fragile in the Best of Times and COVID-19 will Test Their Strength
Online: The Conversation
Mark Daskin & Emily Tucker
March 25, 2020

Impact of Covid-19 on Supply Chains
Online: Ameritrade Network
Pinar Keskinocak
March 25, 2020

Perspectives: Government Can't Wait Any Longer to Get Supplies for Hospitals; Who Needs Most Help From Stimulus Packages?
Online: Kaiser Health News
Carri Chan 
March 24, 2020

The Covid-19 Pandemic and the Stressed Blood Supply Chain
Online: Analytics Magazine
Anna Nagurney 
March 24, 2020

Supply Chains Show Resiliency Amid Coronavirus
Online: AgriBusiness Global
Tinglong Dai
March 24, 2020

How Maryland Hospitals Are Dashing to Meet the Call for 6,000 'New' Beds for Coronavirus Surge
Online: The Baltimore Sun
Tinglong Dai
March 23, 2020

Coronavirus' Health-care Capacity Gut Check: We need to Radically Ramp Up Facilities in America
Online: New York Daily News
Pinar Keskinocak
March 23, 2020

The Permanent Impact of Corona on the Supply Chain and Beyond
Online: Supply Chain Digest
David Simchi-Levi
March 20, 2020

Many Areas of the U.S. Face Hospital Bed Shortage
Online: Route 50
Pinar Keskinocak
March 20, 2020

How to Triage Patients who need Intensive Care
Online: Scientific American
Laura Albert & Pinar Keskinocak
March 20, 2020

Infection Reproductivity: Fizzle, Flash or Slow Burn
Online: OR/MS Today
Harrison Schramm
March 20, 2020

The Modern Supply Chain is Snapping
Online: The Atlantic
David Simchi-Levi
March 19, 2020

From products to people: The growing impact of supply chain interruptions during the coronavirus pandemic
Resoundingly Human
Podcast
March 18, 2020

Maps Show how Most Hospital Beds Across the U.S, will be full Coronavirus Patients in Just Six Months-- but Flattening the Curve will Stop Wards being Completely Overwhelmed
Online: The Daily Mail
Julie Swann
March 18, 2020

In 'coronapocalypse' the worse shortages could be deadly
Online: The Hill
Pinar Keskinocak
March 18, 2020

Economics of the Pandemic: Are Your Supply Chains Resilient?
Online: Foodprocessing.com
Tinglong Dai
March 18, 2020

Shelves are empty — when will they be restocked?
Online: NBC News
Ananth Iyer
March 15, 2020

COVID-19 and Grocery Supply Chains: Panic Buying
Blog
March 14, 2020

Concern About the Food Chain in Light of Panic Buying
TV: CNBC
Karan Girotra
March 13, 2020

How coronavirus is upsetting the blood supply chain
Online: The Conversation
Anna Nagurney
March 12, 2020

Hospital: We’re Ready
Online: New Haven Independent
Ed Kaplan
March 12, 2020 

How Hospitals Can Proactively Manage the Anticipated Coronavirus ICU Surge: Providers Must Make Smart, Tough Choices From the Get-Go
Online: NY Daily News
Carri Chan
March 11, 2020

Coronavirus rationing: Target, Walmart limit purchases of hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, toilet paper
Online: USA Today
Tinglong Dai
March 11, 2020 

How hospitals can proactively manage the anticipated coronavirus ICU surge: Providers must make smart, tough choices from the get-go
Online: NY Daily News
March 11, 2020

A Look At The ‘Supply Chain’ For Consumers And How Coronavirus Could Test It
Radio: WABE
Pinar Keskinocak
March 6, 2020 

How coronavirus will affect the global supply chain
University Press: Johns Hopkins University, HUB
Tinglong Dai
March 6, 2020

Coronavirus tests resilience of worldwide supply chains
OR/MS Today
Article
March 4, 2020

Will the Coronavirus Trigger Tennessee Factory Layoffs? The Next Two Weeks Will Tell
Online: Commercial Appeal
David Simchi-Levi
March 3, 2020

In Short Supply
Online: Tradeoff
February 19, 2020

Resoundingly Human: September 2018: Allocation of organs to lead to successful transplants and surgeries; Allocation of resources for opioid epidemic 
Resoundingly Human
Podcast
September 14, 2018

Predicting the spread of pandemics in urban environments
OR/MS Today
February/Volume 39/Number 1