Date: 06/08/2020
Time: 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM

A Collaboration of the Colorado School of Public Health and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Monday, June 8 at 8:30 a.m. MT
Watch the recording and read the recap

Colorado’s research community has responded swiftly to the COVID-19 challenge, with new projects already underway on vaccine development, diagnostic tools, biomedical countermeasures, and food system impact mitigation. Historically, technological investment has aided our response against diseases before they emerge, in the midst of outbreaks, and during the lengthy global recovery. Many exciting avenues of study are happening in our Colorado backyard right now. But what does applied research really look like, and when might we see the impacts?

In the next installment of our weekly COVID-19 webinar series, we’ll be joined by Alan Rudolph, Ph.D., Vice President of Research at Colorado State University. Dr. Rudolph will discuss the creative and innovative new ways that researchers are tackling this novel disease and draw upon his decades of experience in both biomedicine and global security to address how today’s infrastructure development can help build tomorrow’s more resilient societies. He’ll also answer your questions live during a moderated Q&A session.

The free webinar is a collaboration of the Colorado School of Public Health, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, and the Institute for Science & Policy.