Novel Coronavirus: Public Health, Politics, and Historical Context of The Current Crisis
From Nina Chaopricha on February 12th, 2020
2/11/2020 Cornell University Roundtable on Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV): Public Health, Politics, and Historical Context of The Current Crisis
Learn about the coronavirus context from faculty experts across Cornell.
- Welcoming remarks by Ying Hua, Director, Cornell China Center
- A campus to global perspective, Wendy Wolford, Vice Provost for International Affairs
- Roundtable with Cornell experts, moderated by Allen Carlson, Director, China and Asia-Pacific Studies (CAPS)
- Gary Whittaker, Professor of Virology, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Veterinary Medicine; Section Chief - Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Director of Graduate Studies, Cornell Master of Public Health Program, a leading global expert on coronaviruses in different species
- Nathaniel Hupert, MD, MPH, FACP, Weill Cornell Associate Professor of Healthcare Policy and Research and of Medicine, co-director of the Cornell Institute for Disease and Disaster Preparedness
- Gen Meredith, DrPHc, OTR, MPH, Associate Director, Cornell Master of Public Health Program; Lecturer, Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences, Veterinary Medicine, leader of large programs to build public health workforce capacity around the world, particularly for infectious disease surveillance and response
- Derek Chang, Associate Professor of History, former Director of the Asian-American Studies Program, on the Asian-American historical experience
- Jeremy Wallace, Associate Professor, Government on Chinese politics
Co-sponsored by the Brittany and Adam J. Levinson China and Asia-Pacific Studies (CAPS), the Cornell China Center, and the Migrations Global Grand Challenge Initiative.