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COVID-19 Virtual Symposium Series

This illustration reveals ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses (Credit: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)).

Sharing the latest in COVID-19 research at Columbia

Columbia University researchers and clinicians are invited to join these regular virtual symposia on COVID-19. Researchers and clinicians at all career stages are welcome to educate themselves about Columbia’s efforts against this unprecedented threat to our society.

Symposia are held weekly on Wednesdays unless otherwise noted. Links to register for upcoming symposia are posted below.

Due to intellectual property concerns including the showing of unpublished data, only Columbia affiliates may attend the live symposium. Select videos from the most recent symposium, and summaries of all previous symposia, are available below. Videos of previous symposia are available to watch on YouTube.

 

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If you are involved in research efforts at Columbia and would like to present at a future virtual symposium, please indicate your interest here.

Please contact covid_symp_support@columbia.edu with any questions.

upcoming symposia

May 27 2020 8:30 am
Symposium

COVID-19 Virtual Symposium: May 27

Columbia University researchers and clinicians are invited to join these regular virtual symposia on COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Virtual Symposium: May 20

May 20, 2020

Mary Marshall Clark, "What we are learning: The NYC COVID-19 Oral History Narrative and Memory Archive"

May 20, 2020

Mark Denison, MD, Vanderbilt University, "Targeting the coronavirus replicase for antivirals including remdesivir"

May 20, 2020

Max Crispin, DPhil, University of Southampton, "Site-specific glycan analysis of the SARS-CoV-2 spike"

May 20, 2020

Daniel Freedberg, MD, "Famotidine and COVID-19"

May 20, 2020

Stanley Perlman, MD, PhD, University of Iowa, "Mouse models for COVID-19 and CoV immune responses"

May 20, 2020

Nevan Krogan, PhD, University of California, San Francisco, "Genome wide screening and interactome" and Adolfo García-Sastre, PhD, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, "In search of new therapies against COVID-19"

May 20, 2020

Bernard Chang, MD, PhD, "Mental health on the frontline"

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Presentations from previous symposia

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