BBI's Dr. Helen Chu will moderate the symposium: 'This event will be as enlightening as it will be engaging. I encourage researchers and healthcare professionals to attend.'
The Seattle Flu Alliance is hosting a Long-COVID Symposium February 1, exploring research and clinical aspects of the disease. The event will begin at 4 pm in the Foege Building on the UW campus and will be followed at 5:30 pm with a reception. BBI’s Dr. Helen Chu, professor of medicine at the UW, will moderate.
“Our symposium brings together experts with a wide range of perspectives on the effects Long-COVID from hospitals, UW Medicine and public health agencies,” said Chu. “This event will be as enlightening as it will be engaging. I encourage researchers and healthcare professionals to attend.”
There is no charge; registration is now open through the BBI website: https://brotmanbaty.org/events/2024-long-covid-symposium. Please send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
The event will include presentations by:
Eric Chow, MD, MS, MPH - Chief of Communicable Disease Epidemiology and Immunization, Public Health - Seattle & King County
Janna Friedly, MD, MPH - Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - University of Washington School of Medicine; Executive Director, UW Medicine Post-COVID Rehabilatation and Recovery Clinic
Nikki Gentile, MD, PhD - Primary Care Medical Doctor at UW Medicine Post-COVID Rehabilitation and Recovery Clinic; Assistant Professor in the University of Washington Departments of Family Medicine and Laboratory Medicine and Pathology
Jason Goldman, MD - Infectious Disease Physician, Swedish Health Services
Jim Heath, PhD - President and Professor at the Institute for Systems Biology
Tao Kwan-Gett, MD, MPH, Chief Science Officer, Washington State Department of Health