Don A Howard

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University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, United States 
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History and Philosophy of Physics
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Abner Shimony grad student 1971-1979 Boston University

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Peter J. Bokulich grad student Notre Dame (Philosophy Tree)
Elise M. Crull grad student CCNY (Philosophy Tree)
Brandon Fogel grad student Notre Dame
James Brian Pitts grad student Cambridge
Iulian Toader grad student University of Vienna
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Giani P, Castruccio S, Anav A, et al. (2020) Short-term and long-term health impacts of air pollution reductions from COVID-19 lockdowns in China and Europe: a modelling study. The Lancet. Planetary Health
Minns S, Levihn-Coon A, Carl E, et al. (2019) Immersive 3D exposure-based treatment for spider fear: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. 61: 37-44
Imperiale MJ, Howard D, Casadevall A. (2018) The Silver Lining in Gain-of-Function Experiments with Pathogens of Pandemic Potential. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1836: 575-587
Minns S, Levihn-Coon A, Carl E, et al. (2018) Immersive 3D exposure-based treatment for spider fear: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. 58: 1-7
Howard D. (2018) Science and philosophy in the shadow of war Physics Today. 71: 53-54
Howard D. (2018) Technomoral Civic Virtues: a Critical Appreciation of Shannon Vallor’s Technology and the Virtues Philosophy & Technology. 31: 293-304
Arabatzis T, Howard D. (2015) Introduction: Integrated history and philosophy of science in practice Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A. 50: 1-3
Casadevall A, Howard D, Imperiale MJ. (2014) The apocalypse as a rhetorical device in the influenza virus gain-of-function debate. Mbio. 5: e02062-14
Casadevall A, Howard D, Imperiale MJ. (2014) Reply to "Valuing knowledge: a reply to the epistemological perspective on the value of gain-of-function experiments". Mbio. 5: e02054-14
Casadevall A, Howard D, Imperiale MJ. (2014) Reply to "Can limited scientific value of potential pandemic pathogen experiments justify the risks?". Mbio. 5: e02053-14
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