Moderator: Prof Mary Black, Panel: Dr Eric Feigl-Ding, Prof Roberto André Kraenkel, Prof Alex Welte
Every time COVID-19 passes from person to person, it picks up tiny changes to its genetic code causing
eventually, what we know now as COVID-19 Variants of Concern that are prevalent globally. Scientists
have started to notice patterns in how the virus is mutating and the dynamic issues it has on the
pandemic. Join Prof Mary Black as she discusses this important topic with experts around the world.
Panel: Prof. Sharon Peacock, Prof. Chris Malloy, Dr Matthew Dryden, Prof. Steven Jones, on managing a pandemic.
COVID-19 has drastically changed the role of diagnostics in the global healthcare system. We have seen great innovations that have helped medical professionals identify the disease and detect and track emerging mutations of importance. Join us as we discuss the role of diagnostic tests in managing a global pandemic.