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Insights into the COVID-19 Pandemic

Thursday, January 7 | 8:00 AM - 8:45 AM

Virtual Event

Anthony Fauci, MD, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), will give the Gerald Medoff Visiting Professor lecture at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis on Thursday, Jan. 7. The session will be delivered online.

Part of the Department of Medicine’s virtual, weekly Grand Rounds, the talk will be from 8-8:45 a.m. and will be accessible live, via YouTube. Grand rounds typically are forums in which clinical problems involving various topics in medicine are presented or new research information is disseminated. While the talk will be geared toward Washington University and BJC HealthCare employees, residents, fellows and students, the general public also is welcome to view the talk. No registration is required.

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School of Medicine


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Morton Smith

Morton Smith left a positive review 1/6/2021

outstanding !

Heather Jacobsen

Heather Jacobsen left a positive review 1/6/2021

Outstanding! Truly an honor to hear Dr. Fauci speak and learn about the doctor/researcher for whom the lecture was named.

Susan Rotroff

Susan Rotroff left a positive review 1/6/2021

Terrific. Very well organized and smooth, unlike many on-line events. We hear so much from Dr Fauci speaking to the public at large. It was very interesting to hear what he has to say to his medical colleagues. Impressive all around.

Patrick Murphy

Patrick Murphy left a positive review 1/6/2021

As America watches the events unfolding with COVID 19 it was such a breath of fresh air to hear Dr. Fauci speak to us our Washington University team on the pandemic. It was a very informative yet casual conversation that made me appreciate even more his knowledge and insight into COVID 19. It was an hour that I will always remember from my career.