Understanding Coronavirus and Its Implications

Apr 9, 2020

Anne Goldfeld, 2019 Prize winner, discusses what we know about Covid19 and what we still need to learn–and why it is a global problem that needs a global response.

In this podcast, Anne Goldfeld, a scientist and doctor with deep pandemic experience, discusses what we know about Covid-19, what we still need to learn and why it is a global problem that demands a global response. Anne, who is Senior Investigator of the Program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine and a Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, received the Tällberg Eliasson Global Leadership Prize in 2019.

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  1. fatma

    مساء الخير
    كل الاحترام و التقدير إلى”
    إلى “سعادة الطبيبة و العالمة آن غولدفيلد ”
    جائحة كورونا تتطلب من الشعوب الوعى و الثقافة و ضبط النفس و تطبيق الاجراءات الاحترازية
    العديد من الاشخاص و الأسر لم يستطيعوا التقيد بالإجراءات الاحترازية و هذا ادى إلى زيادة عدد الاصابات و الوفيات .
    شكرا جزيلا
    الاستاذة فاطمة احمد الثني ماجستير علوم سياسية جامعة طرابلس – دولة ليبيا
    صحافية من فريق متابعة جائحة كورونا و نشر تطور الوباء في دولة ليبيا
    اطيب التحيات
    احترامي

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