COVID Seminar Series: 2/26/21
Location: Virtual via Zoom - RSVP to Receive Zoom Link
COVID FORCE Collaborative* Seminar Series
Join us as Drs. Claudia Morris and Miriam Vos present "I have COVID antibodies, does it matter?"
Claudia Morris, MD, FAAP
Co-Director, Center for Clinical & Translational Research
Prof. of Pediatrics & Emergency Medicine,
Research Director for Div. of Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Dept of Pediatrics, Emory University
Miriam Vos, MD, MSPH
Co-Director, Center for Clinical and Translational Research (CCTR)
Professor of Pediatrics
Division of GI, Hepatology and Nutrition &
Nutrition Health Sciences, Graduate Division
Emory University School of Medicine
The Mason Transplant and Wellness Program Director
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
Co-sponsored by the following centers:
Center for Childhood Vaccines and Infections (CCIV)
Center for Clinical Translational Research (CCTR)
This seminar series is designed to highlight COVID research being conducted here at Emory University and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and is sponsored by the following centers: Center for Childhood Vaccines and Infections (CCIV), Center for Clinical Translational Research (CCTR).
* A COVID FORCE (Feasibility and Optimization of Research at Children’s) Collaborative was formed in March 2020. The mission of the COVID FORCE collaborative is to provide strategic coordination to facilitate the best possible research and remove barriers to move all research in this area forward. The collaborative has helped to provide feasibility analyses, harmonized IRB requests, coordinated sample and data utilization and sharing, helped with resource identification and allocation, and more.