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One Year. 2.5 Million Lives. A Global Shift.
A year after the World Health Organization declared the novel coronavirus a pandemic, recovery efforts around the world are gaining some traction: Vaccines are rolling out, case rates are trending lower, and cities are gradually reopening. But what roadblocks lie ahead? Can we ever return to our pre-pandemic lives? What does the world look like a year from now and beyond?
UCSF is pleased to invite the public to a series of panel discussions that will look back on the lessons from the first 365 days of COVID-19 and illuminate the road ahead.
March 9: How the Science Will Drive Recovery
An unprecedented push to understand, treat, and vaccinate against COVID-19 has proven the wonders of modern technology – but can we go faster? What challenges could derail our recovery? What are our best hopes for fighting future viral threats?
Join a panel of leading scientists, moderated by UCSF Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Dan Lowenstein, MD, to examine what we know and how we can better tackle the next outbreak.
Joe DeRisi, PhD
Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, UCSF, and Co-President, Chan Zuckerberg Biohub
Jennifer Doudna, PhD
Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, UC Berkeley, and 2020 Nobel Laureate
Joel Ernst, MD
Professor of Medicine and Chief of the Division of Experimental Medicine, UCSF
Annie Luetkemeyer, MD
Professor of Infectious Diseases, UCSF
Aashish Manglik, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, UCSF
Note: Live Spanish translation will be available for this event.
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