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Labroots announces the 7th event in its series of virtual coronavirus events, taking place on May 4, 2022 | News

This free online event in the ongoing series continues to bring together top speakers sharing the latest information as the world continues to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic.

YORBA LINDA, Calif., April 28, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Labroots, the leading scientific social networking website offering premier virtual events and interactive webinars, has announced the launch of the 7th educational event in its ongoing coronavirus virtual event series. their first in 2020. Under one virtual roof, world leaders and experts from various fields will present recent discoveries and breakthroughs and address the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic through virtual discussions.

You won’t want to miss the next conversations in this series with some of the brightest minds in science about an agenda to encourage interdisciplinary action toward a better world. Building on the success of previous Labroots events in 2020 and 2021, this esteemed forum brings together thousands of top researchers, clinicians and scientists from leading medical, industrial and academic institutions. The previous (six) events will remain on-demand for two years, attracting continued viewing with record attendance.

The packed day-long program includes insight into the latest innovations and solutions captured in leading industry-sponsored presentations, keynote sessions followed by live Q&As, and on-demand discussions available to watch from opening the doors to 5:30 a.m. PDT.

To start the day, Dr. Kayvon Modjarrad (Director of the Emerging Infectious Diseases Branch at the Walter Reed Army Research Institute and Associate Professor) will deliver a keynote session on Universal Coronavirus Vaccines from Concept to Clinic. In his address, Dr. Ralph S. Baric (Kenan Emeritus Professor of Epidemiology, Gillings School of Global Public Health at University of North Carolina) will explore SARS-CoV2 host range, viral genetics, replications, evolution, and transmission strategies in the context of developing novel countermeasures to control COVID-19 disease severity in populations human. Finally, dr. Abraham Flaxman (Associate Professor, Health Metrics Sciences, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), the University of Washington) will present his topic on what happens after the end of the mandates and the preparation of the next COVID-19 variant. The three main sessions are a must see!

“The COVID-19 pandemic has changed public perceptions of the likelihood of new emerging diseases and their potential threat to human civilization,” said Ralph Baric, Kenan Jr. Emeritus Professor of Epidemiology. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. “As the 21st century has seen more than ten new epidemics, epidemic and pandemic viruses, new preparedness and global health strategies are desperately needed to protect the public.”

“The IHME COVID-19 Projection Model took two years to develop, and it brings together all the available data to help us understand where we are and how we got here,” said Abraham D Flaxmanassociate professor of health measurement sciences at the University’s Institute of Health Measurement and Evaluation University of Washington. “It can also help us prepare for what’s to come if and when a new variant emerges.”

The agenda includes exciting topics throughout the day, including a presentation sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific identifying different surveillance strategies for SARS CoV-2 variants and discussing the characteristics and importance of the variants of Omicron. Their second panel presentation will demonstrate why saliva is an effective tool for infectious disease detection and how to better serve your nucleic acid purification workflows. In addition to keynote sessions and expert presentations, other highlights of the event will include informative talks on COVID testing and the key to the beginning, middle and end of the global pandemic, COVID – how in have we got there and where are we going? Top 10 lessons learned from COVID focusing on minority populations and a way forward, wastewater-based community health surveillance and more.

“We are excited to increase our global reach with our series of virtual coronavirus events,” commented Greg Cruikshank, CEO of Labroots. “Bringing another event in the series to the scientific community and providing such critical and timely content and thought-provoking conversations from an extraordinary line-up of speakers has been very rewarding. As the world continues to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic , we’re excited to be at the forefront of sharing new advancements and technologies, so attendees can continue to explore unique insights gleaned from this year’s presentations,” added Cruikshank.

Produced on Labroots’ robust platform while connecting to all desktop and mobile devices, the interactive environment provides a comprehensive educational experience for all participants. The event consists of a lobby with leaderboard and gamification, an auditorium featuring live video webcasts with live attendee discussions during scheduled presentations, an exhibit hall with sponsor booths, a poster room to explore data and engage in live chat conversations and showcasing a competition poster to give your research a competitive edge. And finally, a networking lounge to make valuable connections with colleagues, including a social media wall and a photo booth.

Labroots is approved as a provider of continuing education programs in clinical laboratory sciences by the ASCLS PACE ® program. By attending this event in the series, you can earn 1 continuing education credit per presentation.

To register for the event, click here.

Connect with us and other members of the global coronavirus research community using the official event hashtag #LRcoronavirus! Follow us @Labroots on Twitter and @LabrootsInc on Facebook to connect with our team and stay up to date on the latest trends in coronavirus research.

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Labroots is the leading science social networking website and leading source for science news and leading virtual events and educational webinars and more. Advancing science through content sharing capabilities, Labroots is a powerful advocate for amplifying global networks and communities. Founded in 2008, Labroots

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