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MCPHS Health Experts on Coronavirus

The School of Arts and Sciences has called on various faculty experts to help educate the MCPHS community on all aspects of the coronavirus pandemic. The series, entitled Revisioning the New Normal, examines the coronavirus in terms of basic biology, public health response, and societal implications. Each event in the series will feature a faculty expert discussing a chosen topic, followed by an interactive Q&A session.

"The Virology and Origin of SARS-CoV-2: How a Bit of Protein and RNA Turned Our World Upside Down"

MCPHS Assistant Professor of Biology Crystal Ellis, PhD, MS, talks about how coronavirus started and came to disrupt the globe.

"The Ethics and Rationality of Saving the World: Some Basic Problems in Confronting a Pandemic”

MCPHS Professor of Philosophy and Healthcare Ethics Dien Ho, PhD, will present and participate in discussion with the audience.

Tuesday, July 21, 2020-12 p.m. to 1 p.m. 

"Mask or no mask? Coffee or no coffee? Navigating the complicated maze of scientific information.”

Tips on navigating the complicated maze of scientific COVID-19 information, with MCPHS Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Magdalena Luca, PhD

Flexplan 2020

Flexplan Our plan for the safe reopening in the fall

Our plan for the safe reopening in the fall.

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