Infectious disease researchers provide an overview of the potential for treatments and vaccines for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, cause of COVID-19 disease which is sweeping the globe in a pandemic. They share their expertise in the dynamics of the SARS-CoV-2 host-pathogen interactions, epidemic and pandemic cycles, and pathways to vaccines to respond to this global challenge.Watch Now
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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine experts Professor John Edmunds OBE and Dr Petra Klepac share findings and answer questions on COVID-19 in a live broadcast Q&A session.Watch Now
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In this interview, Dr Emma Hodcroft, a Molecular Epidemiologist from the University of Basel, explains how disease modeling works and the impact that limitations have had on our reactions to the COVID-19 outbreak.Watch Now
In this video we take you inside the lab at the UW Institute for Protein Design. The institute's scientists are hard at work testing their first round of computer-designed coronavirus binding proteins.Watch Now