Trump Administration’s New Travel Ban Likely To Continue Impacting Medical, Science Researchers, Students

Huffington Post: Trump’s New Travel Ban Could Hinder Research On HIV And Mental Health
“…When President Donald Trump signed a temporary ban on travel from seven countries in January, [researchers’ and academics’] plans were thrown into disarray. And although the revised ban, announced Monday, represents a major political defeat, it still leaves research projects in flux. Researchers warn that it’s likely to disrupt academic and medical work — more than 7,000 doctors from the now-six impacted countries are practicing in the U.S. — while discouraging bright students from coming to the United States…” (Liebelson, 3/7).

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