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Emerging from COVID-19: A Ground-Zero Perspective from the Washington Life Science Community
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When: Thursday, April 23, 2020
3 PM
United States
Contact: Dale Willard
(206) 456-957

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Responding to COVID-19:  A Ground-Zero Perspective from Washington’s Life Science Community


Is your community managing COVID-19? The Seattle region was the original epicenter and first to identify and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how Washington’s life science community partnered with public health officials to lower the region's pandemic curve.

Learn the Story Behind the Story:

  • How UW Virology pioneered high through-put testing with drive-through sampling.
  • How that testing will remain pivotal in managing COVID-19 going forward.

Jeffrey Duchin

Jeffrey Duchin, MD

Health Officer, Public Health - Seattle & King County

Professor, Medicine - Allergy and Infectious Disease

University of Washington, Epidemiology

Elizabeth Halloran

Elizabeth Halloran, MD, DSc

Director, Center for Inference and Dynamics of Infectious Diseases

Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division

Fred Hutch

Keith Jerome

Keith Jerome, MD, PhD

Head, Virology Division, Department of Laboratory Medicine

University of Washington

Luke Timmerman

Luke Timmerman


Timmerman Report

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Lynden International Nikon We Reach

If you would like to sponsor this event, contact Dale Willard.

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