COVID as a Catalyst: Pivoting Science and Care for the Public Good

Photograph of acrylic painting on board 12 x 16, “Meadow” by Yvonne Manipon

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Date & Location

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PST)

Zoom/Livestream

Overview

COVID as a Catalyst: Pivoting Science and Care for the Public Good

Although the coronavirus has caused tremendous suffering, and disrupted all industries including healthcare, it also has created the potential to transform our healthcare industry for the better. Join us to learn how Stanford Dermatology has adapted under these rapidly changing conditions to identify effective treatments for the disease, expand access to care, and assess the long-term impacts of the pandemic on people’s behaviors and wellbeing.

Presenters include:

  • Dr. Paul Khavari: Mapping Viral Proteins to Identify and Test Effective Therapies
  • Dr. Justin Ko: Using Digital Technology to Adapt and Transform Patient Care
  • Dr. Eleni Linos: Understanding the Long-term Impacts of Coronavirus

  • Moderator:

  • Dr. Elizabeth Bailey