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ASI Public Event | Online Fireside Chat | Why do older people suffer more from COVID-19?

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ASI Public Event | Online Fireside Chat | Why do older people suffer more from COVID-19?

Date

1 June 2020, 5:00 pm to 5:30 pm

Time

5pm AEST

Venue

Online

Speakers

Why do older people suffer more from COVID-19?


Prof. Arne Akbar
President, British Society for Immunology
Professor of Immunology
Department of Immunology
University College London
Online profile

MODERATOR


Dr. Connie Jackaman
ASI Executive
Research Fellow, 
Curtin Health Innovation Research Institute (CHIRI)
Curtin University, WA
Online profile

Price




Description

 

ASI Online Fireside Chat | Why do older people suffer more from COVID-19?

A free Q&A session, tailored to the family and friends of ASI members and the general public who simply want accurate answers.

It's confusing when there are so many mixed messages out there.

Come along to our Fireside Chats; a free Q&A session where you get your questions answered, based on science.

Ask an Immunologist

Ask an Immunologist your question so YOU can be informed, and then share accurate info with your loved ones.

When you attend our event, you can type your question in the Q&A box in Zoom.
This question will be read out by our Moderator to the Speaker who will answer your question live.

Alternatively, you can email us your question ahead of time to jump the queue!

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Don't delay - register now to receive the Zoom meeting details - and finally get accurate answers.

Registrations closed at 12pm AEST on June 1st.

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