January 2020 COVID-19 Research Webinar: Lightning Talks and Q&A
Meet the scientists seeking new insights on COVID-19. Every month, we bring together a group of researchers studying wide-ranging aspects of the current pandemic, to share their research and answer questions from our community. Learn more about their ongoing efforts in the fight against COVID-19, including opportunities for collaboration.
Join us on Wednesday, January 13th, at 12-1 pm Eastern Time, to hear from the following speakers. Register here for your unique Zoom link and calendar information.
David Mendonça, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute: EAGER: Joint Hazard Mitigation in the Era of COVID-19: Implications for Engineered Structures and Services. Funded by NSF Engineering / Division of Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing Innovation.
Mauricio Terrones, Penn State: EAGER: Portable device for rapid and label-free identification of COVID-19 using an ultra-miniature handheld Raman spectrometer. Funded by NSF Office of the Director / Office of Integrative Activities.
Tracy Van Holt, New York University: RAPID Collaborative: Networks and Spatial Dynamics of the US Food Supply Chain amid the COVID-19 Pandemic. Funded by NSF Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences / Division of Behavioral & Cognitive Sciences.
Michel Boufadel, New Jersey Institute of Technology: RAPID: Scaling, causality, and modulation of the spread of COVID-19. Funded by NSF Engineering / Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental & Transport Systems.
Jamie Hestekin, University of Arkansas: RAPID: Sprayable Cellulosic Nanoparticle Coatings for Covid 19. Funded by NSF Engineering / Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental & Transport Systems.
Wai-Yim Ching, University of Missouri-Kansas City: RAPID: Structural Refinement and Intramolecular Binding in SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein. Funded by NSF Mathematical & Physical Sciences / Division of Materials Research.
Rabindra Tirouvanziam, Emory University: EAGER: Coronavirus infection of human lung epithelium and leukocytes: mechanisms and treatment. Funded by NSF Engineering / Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental & Transport Systems.
Register at http://bit.ly/20210113-COVID