Date: 03/13/2023
Time: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM


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Now that we have reached the three-year mark of living with COVID-19 in the US, public health experts are reflecting on the past and the path forward. Our panel discusses long COVID, plus a reviews what we’ve learned about the virus, what has changed, and what the future may hold. The panel of experts include:    

  • Dr. Rachel Herlihy, State Epidemiologist, Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment. Dr. Herlihy leads COVID-19 surveillance, case investigation, and outbreak response activities for Colorado.   
  • Dr. Jerry A. Krishnan, Associate Vice Chancellor for Population Health Science and Professor of Medicine and Public Health at University of Illinois Chicago. Dr. Krishnan studies new treatment strategies for COVID-19.   
  • Dr. Jonathan M. Samet, pulmonary physician and epidemiologist, and Dean of the Colorado School of Public Health. Dr. Samet’s research focuses on the health risks of inhaled pollutants and chronic disease prevention.   

This webinar is part of a long-running COVID-19 Virtual Conversation series from the Institute of Science & Policy in collaboration with the Colorado School of Public Health.  All previous episodes in this series are available here.