The College’s COVID-19 webinar series from 2020 returns with an update on the coronavirus pandemic.
The original series in 2020 was well attended and well-received. Since then there have been many developments in diagnostics, vaccines, therapeutics and understanding of transmission, all of which are highly relevant to the practice of College Fellows. With this in mind we are very pleased to announce we will be hosting a follow up to the first series with five short 30 minute webinars, to run weekly from January 20 from 7pm.
Introduced and chaired again by virologist and College Fellow, Professor Will Irving, each seminar will be led by a subject expert and will include a 15-20 minute presentation followed by an opportunity for attendees to ask questions in a Q&A session. The full programme is below.
Registration for the first week is now live.
To book your place – visit the event booking page
- 20 Jan – Therapy, with Professor Andrew Ustianowski, Consultant in Infectious Diseases and joint National Specialty Lead for Infection, NIHR, North Manchester General Hospital
- 27 Jan – Testing, with Dr Malur Sudhanva, Consultant Medical Virologist and Lead Clinical Advisor, Kings College Hospitals
- 03 Feb – Vaccines, with Professor Peter Openshaw, Professor of Experimental Medicine and Senior College Consul, National Heart & Lung Institute, Member of New and emerging respiratory virus threats advisory group (NERVTAG), Imperial College London
- 10 Feb – Long COVID, with Professor Ian Hall, Professor of Molecular Medicine, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, member, NIHR Strategy Board, University of Nottingham and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
- 17 Feb – Pathology, with Dr Mike Osborn, RCPath President and Dr Brian Hanley, Cellular Pathologist at Imperial NHS Trust.