2020 COVID-19 Research Presentations
COVID-19 Symposium Presentation Submissions
Below are a collection of submitted presentations covering the latest COVID-19 research developments from UF researchers as well as UF CTSI Service Center resource guides.
Pilot Awardee Presentations
UF CTSI COVID-19 RAPID RESPONSE RESEARCH PROJECT
Immunophenotyping the Hospitalized COVID-19 Patient
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COVID-19 RAPID RESPONSE PILOT AWARDEE
Scott Brakenridge, MD, MSCS
Assistant Professor of Surgery | Acute Care Surgery Team | UF Health | Department of Surgery | UF College of Medicine
Employing "Nucs" to Nuke SARS-CoV-2
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Ashley Brown, PhD
Associate Professor| Institute for Therapeutic Innovation | Department of Medicine | UF College of Medicine
UF CTSI COVID-19 Rapid Response Research Project
Developing Innovative Therapeutic Strategies to Combat SARS-CoV-2
Click the button below to view the presentation narrated by Jürgen Bulitta, PhD. To view the slides themselves, click the PDF link below.
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COVID-19 Rapid response pilot awardee
Jürgen Bulitta, PhD
Professor | Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research | UF College of Pharmacy
Translational Science of COVID-19 Seminar Series
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SARS-CoV2 and the Oral Microbiome
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Robert Burne, PhD
Louis and Marge Atkins Endowed Professor, Distinguished Professor | Department of Oral Biology | Associate Dean for Research | UF College of Dentistry
KyuLim Lee, PhD
Post-Doctoral Associate | Office of Research | UF College of Dentistry
Robert Shields, PhD
Research Assistant Professor | Department of Oral Biology | UF College of Dentistry
Justin Kaspar, PhD
Post-Doctoral Associate | Department of Oral Biology | UF College of Dentistry
Doctor-Patient Cancer Communication Through Telemedicine During COVID-19
Click the button below to view the presentation narrated by Carma Bylund, PhD; Jordan Alpert, PhD; and Gemme Campbell-Salome, PhD.
Carma Bylund, PhD
Professor| Department of Public Relations | UF College of Journalism and Communications | Division of Hematology and Oncology | UF College of Medicine | Member | UF Health Cancer Center
Jordan Alpert, PhD
Assistant Professor | Department of Advertising | UF College of Journalism and Communications
Gemme Campbell-Salome, PhD
Postdoctoral Associate | UF Communication in Healthcare Lab | UF Family·Health·Lifespan Communication Lab
Novel Antibodies to the SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein for Therapeutic Targeting
Benoit giasson, phd.
Professor of Neuroscience & Investigator | Center for Translational Research in Neurogenerative Disease | UF College of Medicine | McKnight Brain Institute
Click here to learn more about this series and view Drs. Giasson and Levite’s seminar co-hosted by MD-PhD students Zachary Krumm, Grace Lloyd, and Yuxing Xia.
Genomics and Pharmacogenomics of Susceptibility and Severity of COVID-19 in the UK Biobank
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Yan Gong, PhD
Associate Professor | Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research | UF College of Pharmacy
What is UF/IFAS Extension and What is our Role in Community Health?
Michael gutter, phd.
Associate Dean | UF/IFAS Extension | State Program Leader | 4-H Youth Development, Families, and Communities
Rapid Development of Data and Models for COVID-19 Decision Support
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Chris Harle, PhD
Professor | Department of Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics | UF College of Medicine | Chief Research Information Officer (CRIO) | UF Health.
CV19 SelfDefense: Situational Awareness in a Pandemic through mHealth Intervention
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florida state university (fsu)
Shuyuan Mary Ho, PhD
Associate Professor | FSU College of Communication and Information | Founder | iSensor Lab
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY (FSU)
Mia Liza Lustria, PhD
Professor | iSchool | FSU College of Communication and Information | Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine | FSU College of Medicine | Affiliate Faculty | Institute for Successful Longevity Leader | Tech Core | CTBScience
Xiuwen Liu, PhD
Professor | Chair | FSU Department of Computer Science
Gordon Erlebacher, PhD
Professor | Chair | FSU Department of Scientific Computing
Md Shamim Seraj
PhD Student | FSU Department of Computer Science | Research Assistant | iSensor Lab | ECIT Lab
Master’s Student | FSU Department of Computer Science
Randomized trial of bicalutamide to block TMPRSS2 in males with COVID-19 infection
Frederic kaye, md.
Professor | Medical Director of the Thoracic Oncology Program | Director of the Lung Cancer Center | Division of Hematology & Oncology | Department of Medicine | UF College of Medicine
Oneflorida research consortium study
Investigating Prevalence and Impact of Neurologic Manifestations in COVID-19 Positive Patients:
David marra, phd.
Post-Doctorate Associate | Department of Clinical and Health Psychology | UF College of Public Health and Health Professions
Chris Robinson, DO, MS
Assistant Professor | Neurocritical Care | Department of Neurology | Lillian S. Wells Department of Neurosurgery | UF College of Medicine
Katharina Busl, MD, MS
Division Chief of Neurocritical Care | UF Health | Co-Director | UF Health Shands Hospital Neuro Intensive Care Unit | Associate Professor | Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery | UF College of Medicine
Maria Bruzzone-Giraldez, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor | Department of Neurology | UF College of Medicine
Glenn Smith, PhD, ABPP-CN
Chair | Professor | Department of Clinical Health and Health Psychology | UF College of Public Health and Health Professions
Amber Miller, MPH, MS
Clinical Research Coordinator | Department of Neurology | UF College of Medicine
In-house IgG, IgA, IgM ELISA tests for COVID-19
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Lisa Merck, MD, MPH, MA, FACEP
Associate Professor | Vice Chair of Research | Department of Emergency Medicine | UF College of Medicine
J. Glenn Morris, MD, MPH, TM
Director | Emerging Pathogens Institute | Professor | Department of Medicine – Infectious Diseases | UF College of Medicine
Eric Nelson, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor | UF Emerging Pathogens Insitute | Department of Pediatrics | UF College of Medicine | Pediatric Hospitalist | UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital | Founder | Nelson Lab
Derek Cummings, PhD
Professor | Department of Biology | UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Maureen Long, PhD
Professor | Department of Comparative, Diagnostic and Population Medicine | UF College of Veterinary Medicine
Maha El Badry, PhD
Post-Doctoral Researcher | Adjunct Assistant Professor | Department of Environmental and Global Health | UF College of Public Health and Health Professions
Subhashinie Kariyawasam, PhD, DACVPM
Chair | Department Of Comparative, Diagnostic, And Population Medicine | Professor | Department of Microbiology | UF College of Veterinary Medicine
Ananta Arukha, PhD
Post-Doctoral Associate | Department of Comparative, Diagnostic, and Population Medicine | UF Colege of Veterinary Medicine
Biological Scientist | Supervisor | Global Pathogen Discovery Lab | Department of Environmental and Global Health | UF College of Public Health and Health Professions
Graduate Assistant | Nelson Lab | Department of Pediatrics | UF College of Medicine
Lead Clinical Research Coordinator | STOP CP Project Manager | Department of Emergency Medicine – Clnical | UF College of Medicine
Ruiyu Pu, DVM, PhD
Research Porgrams and Services Coordinator | Department of Infectious Diseases and Pathology | UF College of Veterinary Medicine
Biological Scientist | Department of Comparative, Diagnostic, and Population Medicine | UF College of Veterinary Medicine
K-12 students and families in the time of COVID-19: Surveillance for SARS-CoV-2 and psychosocial impacts of lockdown
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Sarah McKune, PhD
Research Assistant Professor | Department of Environmental and Global Health | UF College of Public Health and Health Professions | UF Center for African Studies
Anthony Maurelli, PhD
Professor | Associate Chair | Department of Environmental and Global Health | UF College of Public Health and Health Professions
Assistant Professor | UF Emerging Pathogens Insitute | Department of Pediatrics | UF College of Medicine | Pediatric Hospitalist | UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital | Founder | Nelson Lab
Click here to learn more about this series and view Drs. McKune, Maurelli, and Nelson’s seminar on their COVID research.
Housing Insecurity and College Access in Florida, in the Age of COVID-19
Florida State university (FSU)
Lara Perez-Felkner, PhD
Associate Professor | Higher Education and Sociology | FSU College of Education
CLEARED: Culture of Living-biopsies for Emerging Airway-pathogens and REspiratory Disease (3D printing of lungs and SARS-Cov2)
Gregory sawyer, phd.
Ebaugh Professor | Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering | UF College of Engineering
Matthew Schaller, PhD
Assistant Professor | Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine | Department of Medicine | UF College of Medicine
Stephen Eikenberry, PhD
Professor | Graduate Coordinator | Department of Astronomy | UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Brent Sumerlin, PhD
George B. Butler Professor | Department of Chemistry – Organic Division | UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Borna Mehrad, PhD
Ethel Smith Research Professor and Chief | Division Chief | Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine | Department of Medicine | College of Medicine
John Lednicky, PhD
Research Professor | Department of Environmental and Global Health | UF College of Public Health and Health Professions
RNA-Nanoparticle Vaccines for Prevention of COVID-19
Elias sayour, md, phd.
Assistant Professor | Departments of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics | UF College of Medicine | Principal Investigator | RNA Engineering Laboratory | Preston A. Wells, Jr. Center for Brain Tumor Therapy | UF Brain Tumor Immunotherapy Program
Click here to learn more about this series and view Dr. Sayour’s seminar on his COVID research.
Identification of Host Determinants of SARS-CoV-2 Infection
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Chris Vulpe, MD, PhD
Professor | Department of Physiological Sciences | UF College of Veterinary Medicine | Founder | Vulpe Lab | UF Center for Environmental and Human Toxicology
Michael Norris, PhD
Research Assistant Professor | Department of Geography | UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Stephanie Karst, PhD
Professor | Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology | UF College of Medicine
Service Center Presentations
facilities and services
The UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI)
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Holly Morris, RN, MSN, CCRC, CHRC
Director of Research Services | UF CTSI
FACILITIES AND SERVICES
UF CTSI Biorepository
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Amer Abouhamze, MHA
Assistant Director | UF CTSI Biorepository
Client Coordinator | UF CTSI Biorepository
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UF Clinical and Translational Science Informatics and Technology Service Center (CTS-IT)
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Director | CTS-IT
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Office of Research Affairs – UF Jacksonville
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Tina Bottini, MPA
Sr. Assistant Dean | Research Administration and Compliance | Office of Research Affairs | UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville
UF Office of Research Affairs
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UF Office of Clinical Research (OCR) Services
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Associate Director | OCR
UF Office of Clinical Research (OCR)
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PROGRAMS AND CORES
UF STEM Translational Communication Program
Click the button below to view a presentation of the services offered by the UF STEM Translational Communications Program narrated by Elizabeth Flood-Grady, PhD. To view the slides themselves, click the PPT link below.
Elizabeth Flood-Grady, PhD
Post-Doctoral Associate | UF STEM Translational Communications Center
The UF STEM Translational Communications Center
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programs and cores
UF CTSI Clinical Genomics Program
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Matthew Farrer, PhD
Program Director and Professor | UF Clinical Genomics Program | Department of Neurology | UF College of Medicine
The Clinical Genomics Program
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UF CTSI Pain Research and Intervention Center of Excellence (PRICE)
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Roger Fillingim, PhD
Director | UF CTSI Pain Research and Intervention Center of Excellence | Professor | Department of Community Dentistry and Behavioral Science | UF College of Dentistry
The Pain Research and Intervention Center of Excellence (PRICE)
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The Southeast Center for Integrated Metabolomics (SECIM)
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Timothy Garrett, PhD
Director | SECIM Mass Spectronomy Core | Associate Professor | Department of Pathology | UF College of Medicine
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Facilities and Services
UF Integrated Data Repository Research Services (IDR)
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The UF Integrated Data Repository (IDR)
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UF Network Science Services
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Click here to learn how UF Network Science Services can help with COVID-19 research (narrated by Thomas Smith)
Till Krenz, PhD
Post-Doctorate Researcher | Network Science Program | UF Bureau of Economic and Business Research (BEBR)
PhD Candidate | Department of Sociology and Criminology and Law | UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
UF Bureau of Economic and Business Research (BEBR) Social Network Analysis
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Biotility Industry Workforce Talent Development
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Tamara Mandell, M.Ed
Director | Biotility
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Facilities and services
Clinical Research Center (CRC) Walking Tour
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The Clinical Research Center (CRC)
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Recruitment Center Consultation
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UF CTSI Recruitment Center
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OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium
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Director | Administrative Services | Department of Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics | UF College of Medicine
The OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium
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UF CTSI Systematic Review Core
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Systematic Review Librarian
The Systematic Review Core
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Systematic Review Research Guide
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UF CTSI Research Design and Data Coordinating Center (RDDC)
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Samuel Wu, PhD
Program Director | Professor | Department of Biostatistics | UF College of Public Health and Health Professions | UF College of Medicine | Director | UF CTSI Research Design and Data Coordinating Center
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Why a final answer on COVID-19’s origins remains out of reach
The Department of Energy’s recent conclusion that COVID-19 likely originated from a Chinese research lab has reignited debate over whether the pandemic occurred naturally or was the result of a human error.
Republican backers of the “lab leak” theory have claimed vindication, yet the intelligence and scientific communities remain torn over the question.
The origins of previous viral outbreaks have been determined with a high level of certainty, but there’s no guarantee that will happen with COVID-19.
Factors like time and a lack of data — largely due to China’s reluctance to cooperate in investigations — may mean we never reach a definite answer to where COVID-19 originated from.
Here is a breakdown of the current debate over COVID-19’s origins:
This undated electron microscope image made available by the U.S. National Institutes of Health in February 2020 shows the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. (NIAID-RML via AP)
The Energy Department is not the first federal agency to put its weight behind the lab-leak theory. The FBI said in 2021 it has “moderate” confidence that the pandemic originated from a lab-related incident.
A consensus among the federal government has not been reached, however, with four unnamed federal agencies concluding with low confidence that COVID-19 originated from natural exposure.
The argument that SARS-CoV-2 originated from a research lab hinges on the potential that gain-of-function research being conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology resulted in an enhanced coronavirus that was released into the public due to an error or lapse in proper procedure.
Gain-of-function research involves enhancing a pathogen’s ability to cause infection in order to understand its potential to cause outbreaks. The U.S. previously had a moratorium of gain-of-function research until it was lifted in 2018.
Proponents of this theory argue that it cannot be a coincidence that the COVID-19 outbreak began so close to where the Wuhan institute is located. Comedian Jon Stewart made this case in a widely shared appearance on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
The World Health Organization (WHO) noted in its report into the possible origins of COVID-19 that the Wuhan lab had moved to a new location around the time COVID-19 was first detected, introducing the possibility that disruptions and errors occurred during the process.
And there are precedents for viruses escaping from labs and causing outbreaks, albeit none on the scale that COVID-19 has reached.
In 1978, photographer Janet Parker was accidentally exposed to a strain of smallpox grown in a Birmingham, England, lab, becoming the last recorded person to die from the disease.
Researchers have speculated the 1977 “Russian flu” pandemic was the result of a laboratory incident involving vaccine research.
The Energy Department has not disclosed what evidence was gathered that informed its conclusion.
“I would suspect the types of evidence you would be looking for would be what types of viral strains, what coronavirus strains were being worked on in the Wuhan Institute of virology and how close were they to SARS-CoV-2? Was there anything there that could be considered a precursor for SARS-CoV-2?” Amesh Adalja, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, told The Hill.
Opponents of the lab-leak theory argue that no evidence has been uncovered so far that a virus or a combination of viruses with genomes similar to COVID-19 were being researched at any labs around the time the pandemic began. The WHO considers the lab-leak theory to be highly unlikely, but concedes further information is needed.
Natural origins theory
Supporters of the natural origin argument point out that major previous viral outbreaks have been linked to zoonotic transmission, in which viruses jump from animals to humans.
Researchers in China have traced back the SARS outbreak of 2003 to horseshoe bats living in a remote cave in the Yunnan province, identifying viral strains in the animals that contained the building blocks for the virus that caused the epidemic.
The MERS virus that was first identified in Saudi Arabia in 2012 was found to have been transmitted to humans from infected camels.
Both of these viruses are in the coronavirus family like SARS-CoV-2.
William Schaffner, a professor in the division of infectious diseases at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, said the molecular biologists he has met with have generally leaned toward the natural origin theory.
“I haven’t done a survey, obviously, but listening to my colleagues discuss this and listening to various presentations at local and national meetings, I think the general inclination of the academic community is to think that this is natural. This was a natural phenomenon, but they have an open mind about laboratory accidents,” Schaffner said.
Schaffner further noted that the Energy Department’s conclusion was reportedly made with a “low” degree of confidence.
“I interpret that as a close call. We really don’t know if it’s 51 on one side, 49 on the other. And so it’s not a ringing affirmation. It’s not a solid conclusion,” he said.
The WHO’s origin report found that viruses with a “high genetic similarity” to SARS-CoV-2 have been found in samples taken from bats in China, Japan, Thailand and Cambodia. Researchers have also proposed potential zoonotic transmission from pangolins or minks.
Critics of the natural origins view have pointed out, however, that regular human contact between animals like bats and pangolins is relatively rare, and the WHO noted that detailed analyses have indicated decades of evolutionary space between COVID-19 and the genetically similar viruses detected among bats.
Why the answer is still far away
Dr. Anthony Fauci on November 22, 2022. (Greg Nash)
A consensus on the origins of COVID-19 is unlikely to be made any time soon as most stakeholders agree that additional data is still needed to solidify a conclusion — and that would require the cooperation of the Chinese government.
Beijing has routinely been criticized throughout the pandemic for failing to provide access and data to investigators. The WHO recently halted its probe into COVID-19’s origins, citing challenges with conducting studies in China.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence previously said in a report, “China’s cooperation most likely would be needed to reach a conclusive assessment of the origins of COVID-19. Beijing, however, continues to hinder the global investigation, resist sharing information, and blame other countries, including the United States.”
Former chief White House medical adviser Anthony Fauci concurred with this assessment in an interview with The Boston Globe , telling the outlet that “cooperation and collaboration” from Chinese authorities would go a long way towards determining COVID-19’s origins.
He added of COVID-19’s true origin: “We may not ever know.”
Shortly after the Energy Department’s conclusion was reported, Chinese officials pushed back against renewed criticisms, with Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning saying her government has been “open and transparent” on the issue.
Experts, however, are less than convinced about the potential for collaboration.
“I think people are right to be pessimistic about actually getting to the bottom of this because it’s going to require cooperation and transparency from a government that flourishes in opaqueness and not being transparent,” Adalja said.
Along with a need for more information, the more time that passes, the less likely it is that a source can be pinpointed. Evidence becomes harder to find, recollections become hazier and stakeholders are less likely to engage.
If one theory does prevail, the consequences could be significant.
Adalja said the implications of a lab-leak origin would cause geopolitical waves, but would not be as significant from a biological standpoint.
“If it comes from a lab, we have to understand how there were biosafety breaches and how to do that kind of research more safely,” said Adalja. “If it has an animal origin, we have to understand what animal that was and how do we modify our behavior in order to make that animal less likely to transmit infections to us.”
“From a biological or pandemic preparedness perspective, either arm of that has implications.”
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T he coronavirus has turned out to be the most devastating catastrophe in the history of humankind, influencing a vast number of individuals. COVID-19 has also impacted businesses massively. Many of us are at a point in reviewing what it all means in the short and long run.
The choices organizations make now will probably drive how the business will sustain this pandemic. It is time to review our business and make decisions for a sustainable future of the organization. It will be very crucial and challenging to make smooth navigation to the post-COVID-19 world.
In the Post COVID-19 world, we will adopt a new structurally changed way of working and living. The business scenario will reform around the world, and ultimately that will become the new normal. For example-
- Digitalization will get a big thrust- Digital transformation will touch almost all areas of business let it be telecommuting, virtual events, online shopping, and more
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- Efficiencies : Organizations will shift more towards functioning remotely and will adopt a more straightforward, better, and efficient approach to operate.
- Agility : The companies will adopt more agile methodologies and response management systems at work
- Business Models : The business dynamics will shift to a variable cost model. The businesses will have to convert fixed costs to variable costs wherever it is feasible.
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For nearly a year now, all of our personal, public, and professional lives have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. There are many approaches to getting back to our normal lives more quickly. One of the most effective means is probably transmitting information digitally. In this day and age, the internet and social media are widespread, accessible and fast-reacting.
The importance of digital has been increased by the coronavirus pandemic. Education is now more dependent on digital solutions than ever before - and even crucial business conferences are now taking place online, via platforms like Zoom or MS Teams.
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Excellent Presentation on the Latest COVID-19 Research, Hygiene Tips, and Treatment Options
From Stanford professor of neurobiology and bioengineering Michael Lin , this is an excellent 31-page PDF presentation ( Slideshare ) on what we know about COVID-19 so far and how to deal with it, with extensive references to the latest research (as of 3/15). I’m going to include a few of the most interesting and important slides right here, but do read the whole thing — it is very informative.
And here are a few other quotes I pulled out:
Compare to Spanish flu of 1917-1918: Cumulative infection rate 27%, IFR 2%. Spanish flu might have higher IFR than COVID-19, but medical care was much worse then (no ventilators, no drugs). In reality COVID-19 is likely the more severe disease. In any case, Spanish flu was devastating.
Large meetings that bring people from around the country are obviously a big risk. Large numbers of people who might breath the same air and touch the same things (e.g. at Biogen meeting, attendants used the same serving utensils at a buffet, and 70 got infected)
If you are young, the worry is more about transmitting virus to older people than about yourself.
Death rates will lag infection rates by 3-4 weeks (2 weeks from diagnosis but that’s 1 week from infection time on average with current testing practices)
Read Lin’s entire presentation here .
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Clinical presentation and management of COVID-19
- 1 Victorian Infectious Diseases Service, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne, VIC.
- 2 University of Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC.
- 3 WHO Collaborating Centre for Viral Hepatitis, Doherty Institute, Melbourne, VIC.
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- DOI: 10.5694/mja2.50698
The rapid spread of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 led to the declaration of a global pandemic within 3 months of its emergence. The majority of patients presenting with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) experience a mild illness that can usually be managed in the community. Patients require careful monitoring and early referral to hospital if any signs of clinical deterioration occur. Increased age and the presence of comorbidities are associated with more severe disease and poorer outcomes. Treatment for COVID-19 is currently predominantly supportive care, focused on appropriate management of respiratory dysfunction. Clinical evidence is emerging for some specific therapies (including antiviral and immune-modulating agents). Investigational therapies for COVID-19 should be used in the context of approved randomised controlled trials. Australian clinicians need to be able to recognise, diagnose, manage and appropriately refer patients affected by COVID-19, with thousands of cases likely to present over the coming years.
Keywords: COVID-19; Clinical decision-making; Epidemics; Respiratory tract infections.
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This free Coronavirus PowerPoint template can help to prepare effective presentations to inform about Coronavirus measures, treatments and protection. This free Coronavirus template can be used either by healthcare professionals or institutions to prepare presentations on how to combat COVID-19 and influenza infections in an organization, community, area or region. The presentation template can also be used to prepare step by step guide on hygiene and behavior tips according to WHO recommendations.
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