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Past Workshops

Yale’s Clinical Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

Friday, May 1, 2020

We are hosting a series of online Dean’s Workshops to share data and work collaboratively as a global community to focus our responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Hosted jointly by Yale School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Health, this workshop focuses on innovations in clinical care and highlights elements of the coordinated responses by our medical teams to address the COVID-19 pandemic.

Yale and Our Community Respond To COVID-19

April 17, 2020
Yale University is marshaling the collective resources of medicine, public health, nursing, engineering, and science to innovate research and provide critical patient care during the COVID-19 pandemic. To enhance communication and research connections, we are hosting a series of virtual Dean’s workshops to share data and work collaboratively as a global community to address the crisis. This first workshop focuses on our current and upcoming research efforts to address testing patients for COVID-19, transmission of SARSCoV- 2 in Connecticut, new studies to understand how this virus infects cells and how we might interrupt that process, how the immune system responds, and use of data science to elucidate social consequences of the pandemic. All of us have much to contribute and we can employ our existing strengths and the creativity of our community in this new situation to address the current pandemic and strengthen our connections and shared endeavors going forward.

COVID-19 Research at Yale

March 31, 2020 1-4pm

Yale University is marshaling the collective resources of medicine, public health, nursing, engineering, and science to innovate research and provide critical patient care during the COVID-19 pandemic. To enhance communication and research connections, we are hosting a series of virtual Dean’s workshops to share data and work collaboratively as a global community to address the crisis. This first workshop focuses on our current and upcoming research efforts to address testing patients for COVID-19, transmission of SARSCoV- 2 in Connecticut, new studies to understand how this virus infects cells and how we might interrupt that process, how the immune system responds, and use of data science to elucidate social consequences of the pandemic. All of us have much to contribute and we can employ our existing strengths and the creativity of our community in this new situation to address the current pandemic and strengthen our connections and shared endeavors going forward.