Julia Wu (Julia Wu), Ph.D., is the principal investigator and epidemiologist of the Human Immunology Program at Harvard Business School, Harvard School of Public Health.
Jacqueline Parchem, MD, is a maternal-fetal medicine specialist at the McGovern School of Medicine at the University of Houston Health Science Center in Texas.
Christa Carrig, registered nurse; delivery and delivery nurse at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.
Andrea Edlow, MD, is the chief researcher and specialist in maternal and child medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
CDC COVID Data Tracker: “Data about COVID-19 during pregnancy: the severity of pregnancy and lying-in women.”
CDC: “Type V Safe COVID-19 Vaccine Pregnancy Registry”, “Information about COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant or breastfeeding people.”
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists: “Vaccination against COVID-19 for pregnant and breastfeeding women.”
Hill: “Vaccine research must include pregnant women during and after COVID.”
Society of Maternal and Fetal Medicine: “SMFM: Precautions for providers of COVID-19 vaccine consultation for pregnant and lactating patients 4.1.2021 (the latest release 3.3.21).”
Massachusetts General Hospital press release: “Pregnant and breastfeeding women show a strong immune response to the COVID vaccine, passing antibodies to their newborns.”
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology: “Umbilical Cord Blood Antibodies in Pregnant Women After Vaccination Against COVID-19 During Pregnancy”, “The COVID-19 Vaccine Responses of Pregnant and Lactating Women: A Cohort Study.”
European Journal of Epidemiology: “Pregnant women and young mothers’ acceptance of the COVID-19 vaccine: survey results in 16 countries/regions.”
Pfizer press release: “Pfizer and BioNTech begin global clinical trials to evaluate the covid-19 vaccine in pregnant women.”