For a topic for the NCOH Annual Scientific Meeting 29 October 2020, only one option was possible: what lessons can, so far, be learned from the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic?
Time & date: Thursday 29 October 2020, 14:00 – 17:00 h
Registration: register here.
The wet market in Wuhan, China, called the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market, is believed to be the source of the pandemic. A wet market is a market where live animals are sold. The wet market in Wuhan also sold wildlife.
Due to the measures in place, this ASM will be an online event. If possible, the speakers and moderators will be presenting from a studio. There will be ample opportunity for questions and debate with the panel members.
|14:00||Opening by Prof. Marion Koopmans (Erasmus MC) & Prof. Heiman Wertheim (Radboudumc)|
Introduction about the WHY behind the choice of the theme
|14:10||Wildlife Markets, can they stay open?|
Prof. Thijs Kuiken, Erasmus MC
|14:30||Health Impact – Working with UncertaintyListening to early signals for better preparedness|
Bart Haagmans PhD, Erasmus MC, department ViroscienceWorking with uncertainty
Quirine Ten Bosch PhD, Wageningen University & Research
|15:10||Science communication during a crisis – Sticking to the FactsSticking to the facts|
Prof. Aura Timen, RIVMForget about the facts
Marijn de Bruin PhD, Head scientific research (temporary), corona behavioural unit, RIVM
|16:00||Economic impactNo economic recovery without a controlled health situation|
Xander Koolman PhD, VU Amsterdam
|16:20||Plenary discussionDo we need a new scientific approach?|
What does the future disease X research agenda look like?
Datum: 19 oktober 2020