Coronavirus and COVID-19 Presentations

I found a webinar series offered by LabRoots on the Coronavirus. Several talks are worth listening to if you are interested in learning about what is known about the Coronavirus:

SARS-CoV-2 (CoVID-19): Emergence, Biology, and Countermeasures, by Mark Denison, MD, Director, Division of Infectious Diseases, Craig-Weaver Professor of Pediatrics, Professor of Pathology, Microbiology & Immunology, Professor at Vanderbilt University. This webinar provides an excellent overview of the SARS-CoV2 and history related to coronavirus research. It maybe a little more technical than a lay person wants to hear, but if you can tolerate the technical details, you’ll find the story well told.

Coronavirus 2020 – COVID-19: Putting Together the Pieces of the Pandemic, by Rowshanak Hashemiyoon, PhD, Clinical scientist, Author, Consultant. This presentation covers much the same information with a little less technical details for those who find that information challenging.

It is likely that you will need to register for the LabRoots platform before you can enter these webinars. Once registered, click on the “Go To Event” button which will take you to a virtual lobby. There you click on “Auditorium” option in upper right corner and that will take you to the events that are available. You will need to scroll down and select the events named above, or you can choose to enter any of the other webinars which do not come recommended because I have not watched them.

Author: T.P. Caruso

Retired from a healthcare and biomedical research career and now enjoying connections with anyone interested in history, geneology, healthcare, leadership or consciousness.

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