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BioE Lunch & Learn: A COVID-19 Seminar Series

We cordially invite you to this virtual series starting Monday, May 11, 2020 from 12:00 to 1:00PM PST. Please  join us to hear the latest developments from faculty and collaborators leading COVID-19 response efforts, to participate in a Q & A  with the researchers and find out how to get involved.

REGISTER HERE for any/all of the sessions in this exciting series!

Monday, May 11, 2020

“A science writer's perspective on accelerating the impact of bioengineering in society”
Michael Specter, Adjunct Professor, Department of Bioengineering & Staff Writer, The New Yorker

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Monday, May 18,  2020

“Inventing our way out of the COVID-19 crisis: roles, responsibilities, and a way forward”
Manu Prakash, Associate Professor of Bioengineering

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Tuesday, May 26, 2020

“Serological testing for SARS-COV2 antibodies”
Scott Boyd, Associate Professor of Pathology & Jennifer Cochran, Professor of Bioengineering

"Standards development for SARS-COV2 testing"

Marc Salit, Director,JIMBI, SLAC, Adjunct Professor Depts. of Bioengineering and Pathology

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Monday, June 1, 2020

 “Informatics and AI in support of therapy and monitoring of COVID-19”
From Russ Altman’s, Helix Group: Stefano Rensi, Dan Sosa, Binbin Chen, Amit Kaushal, Adam Lavertu

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Monday, June 8, 2020

“Rapid-response ventilation for low-resource settings"
From David Camarillo’s, Cam Lab: Sam Raymond

"Development of CRISPR as an antiviral strategy to combat SARS-CoV-2 and RNA viruses"

Stanley Qi, Assistant Professor of Bioengineering

 

About the Series:
A weekly forum of virtual gatherings hosted by the Department of Bioengineering and leaders in research. The series will give university and community stakeholders the chance to learn more about COVID-19 research and opportunities for involvement. Seminars will feature breaking news on how labs are working on ways to PREVENT, DIAGNOSE, and TREAT the virus.  By sharing ideas and collaborating, we can make great progress together.

For questions, contact: akecken@stanford.edu