Current Understanding of COVID-19 Pathophysiology

Current Understanding of COVID-19 Pathophysiology

Coronavirus

56 Mins

English

Live

Course Overview

This webinar was held on 22nd April which was conducted by American thoracic society on Current Understanding of COVID-19 Pathophysiology. This will focus on mainly cellular and molecular pathophysiology of SARS-CoV2 / COVID-19.

Presenters:

Benjamin D. Singer, MD, ATSF (Northwestern University) - viral and cellular mechanisms of SARS-CoV-2 infection 
Jose Gomez Villalobos, MD, MS, ATSF (Yale University) - host and viral genomics of SARS-CoV-2
Angela Rogers , MD, MPH (Stanford University) - targeting the systemic inflammatory response to SARS-CoV-

Panelists:

Jay Kolls, MD (Tulane University)
Karen Ridge, PhD (Northwestern University)
Melanie Koenigshoff MD, PhD, ATSF (University of Colorado)
Joshua Denson MD, MS (Tulane University)
Fernando Holguin, MD (University of Colorado)
Christine Bojanowski, MD (Tulane University)
Victor E. Ortega, MD, PhD, ATSF (Wake Forest University)
Anthony Gerber, MD, PhD (National Jewish Health)

Moderator:
Thomas J. Mariani, PhD (University of Rochester)

Organizer:
Brian D. Southern, MD (Cleveland Clinic)



Coming session Starts Apr 25, 2020
Ends Apr 24, 2021