IUIS-Frontiers Webinar Series

The situation that we are facing with the COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented. The IUIS is collaborating with Frontiers and launching a series of weekly expert commentaries and scientific webinars to accelerate the development of novel diagnostics, therapeutics and vaccines. Tune in to the IUIS-Frontiers scientific webinars!

Lisa Ng: Understanding Infection and Immunity of SARS-CoV-2: from diagnostics to therapies for COVID-19
On-DemandJune 15th 2020
SARS-CoV-2 (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2) is the causative agent of the ongoing Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Alongside investigations into the virology of…
Donna Farber: Respiratory Immunity and COVID-19
On-Demand
Donna Farber discusses the development of lung-localized immune responses and the role of tissue resident memory T cells in protective immunity to respiratory viruses, in…
Sharon Lewin and Katherine Kedzierska: COVID-19 in Australia: Being prepared and understanding the role of cellular immune responses
On-Demand
What role do cellular immune responses play in squashing the curve of COVID-19 infections? Sharon Lewin and Katherine Kedzierska show how immunity to SARS-CoV2 has demonstrated the…
Mihai Netea: Trained immunity and BCG vaccination: a tool against COVID-19?
On-Demand
What do we know about the adaptive characteristics of innate immune responses? Does BCG induce long-term changes in innate immune cells? What are the non-specific…
Andreas Radbruch: Adaptive Immunity in COVID-19
On-Demand
Adaptive Immunity: Memory, Protection and Immunopathology in COVID-19: What do we know about the adaptive immune reaction to Sars-CoV-2? Why do humans react so heterogeneously…
Rachel Humphrey: What cancer immunologists are doing about COVID-19
On-Demand
What are physicians and scientists seeing in their COVID-19-infected patients and in their own personal scientific explorations? What are the ongoing hypotheses that drive the…
Eleanor Fish: Global outbreaks – Interferons as 1st responders
On-Demand
Can antivirals that target the host and not the virus improve outcomes for COVID-19 patients? Professor Eleanor Fish from the University of Toronto showed that…
Giuseppe Ippolito: The Global Scientific Response to COVID-19
On-Demand
Giuseppe Ippolito, Scientific Director at the National Institute for Infectious Diseases in Rome, Italy, shares his opinion on why policy responses to the coronavirus pandemic…
Rino Rappuoli on COVID-19 Vaccines
On-Demand
How long will it really take to develop a vaccine for COVID-19, and how is science speeding up the process? Rino Rappuoli, Chief Scientist and…

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