Chat with a Virologist

Public interest in viruses and virology is at an all-time high due to the coronavirus pandemic. The American Society of Virology membership is comprised of scientists and educators who are dedicated to communicating current, evidence-based information about the current coronavirus pandemic to the public. Toward this goal, we have curated a list of over 300 of our members who have volunteered to speak with educational organizations (schools and classes, community organizations, museums, etc…) about virology in a virtual setting. In this way, we hope to make it easy for educators to have access to experts who can support classroom learning as it relates to the current coronavirus pandemic.

While ASV is making this list available to educators, we are not scheduling virtual meetings. It is up to individual educators to contact the virologist they are interested in speaking with to schedule a time that works best for both parties. Those who are interested in having access to our list of virologists should use their professional email and contact Kari Debbink via email at kdebbink@bowiestate.edu.

ASV OFFICE

Katherine R. Spindler
University of Michigan Medical School
Department of Microbiology and Immunology
1150 West Medical Center Drive, 5635 Med Sci II
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5620
Telephone: 734-764-9686
FAX: 734-764-3562
Email: krspin@umich.edu
Andréa Garcia,
Administrator to the Secretary-Treasurer; Email: asv@asv.org

 

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Hinh Ly
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
1988 Fitch Ave., 295H AS/VM Bldg.
Saint Paul, MN 55108
Tel: 612-625-3358
Fax: 612-625-0204
hly@umn.edu

ASV 2021

July 17 - 21, 2021

40th Annual Meeting

McGill University, Palais des Congrès de Montréal, Quebec, Canada

Local Hosts:
Dr. Jose Teodoro
jose.teodoro@mcgill.ca

Dr. Selena Sagan
selena.sagan@mcgill.ca

Please read the ASV Council's statement on evidence-based science and expert leadership during pandemic threats. https://t.co/amf032CmmB

A must listen! Michael Mina joins #TWiV to reveal why frequent and rapid #SARSCoV2 testing is more important than accuracy, how a daily $1 rapid test could control the pandemic, and why group testing works https://t.co/8TBLJOffZv

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