02 Jun HOW TO RE-STRATEGIZE OUR SOCIETY IN THE LIGHT OF THE NEW ERA POST COVID-19
JOIN US FOR AN IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS
ON HOW TO RE-STRATEGIZE OUR SOCIETY
IN THE LIGHT OF THE NEW ERA POST COVID-19
Through this enlightening webinar, in the role of Director of the One Health Center of Excellence at the University of Florida, Dr. Capua will provide an insight into the impacts of COVID-19 on a worldwide level, its aftermath and implications on how the outbreak has changed not only the healthcare system, yet how it has drastically weakened many aspects of our society that will need to be re-engineered and re-strategized.
Rethinking pathways, creating virtuous cycles and suggesting new and more sustainable ways to achieve a better balance with our eco-system. This is one of the insightful topics that will be covered by the distinguished guest speaker of this webinar.
- 5:00 PM: INTRODUCTION | WELCOME REMARKS
- 5:10 PM: “THE CIRCULAR NATURE OF COVID-19” presented by DR. ILARIA CAPUA
- 5:40 PM: Q&A
- 6:00 PM: CLOSING
ABOUT DR. ILARIA CAPUA
Dr. Ilaria Capua, DVM, PhD is an internationally renowned veterinarian, virologist, best known for her research on influenza viruses, particularly avian influenza, and her efforts promoting open access to genetic information on emerging viruses as part of pre-pandemic preparedness efforts. Dr. Ilaria Capua was elected to the Italian Parliament in 2013 where she held the position of Vice President of the Science, Culture and Education Commission.
During her time in politics she created Parliamentary resolutions and amendments relating to infectious diseases, including antimicrobial resistance, epidemic threats (Ebola), and emerging pathogens of plants and animals.
She later resigned and moved to the United States with her family to lead the University of Florida’s One Health Center of Excellence, a center that promotes health advancement as an integrated system through interdisciplinary approaches.
In 2007 she was among the winners of the Scientific American 50 award and in 2008 she was included among Seed’s Revolutionary Minds series for her leadership in science policy for promoting the sharing of information at an international level. She received the most prestigious award in veterinary medicine, the Penn World Leadership in Animal Health award in 2011 and the R.F. Gordon Memorial Medal in 2012.
June 4, 2020 | 2-3pm PST
FREE (RSVP Required)