Adios Corona Webinar on Thursday 27 May 2021
Where can I see it?
- The Adios Corona webinar (1h) on Thursday 27 May 2021 is available on YouTube !
- The questions asked by listeners are here : slido.
- 0:00 General introduction and presentation of Adios Corona
- 1:35 Introduction to Covid (general reminders)
- 6:40 6:00: questions on vaccines (effectiveness on variants, effect on transmission)
- 12:20 12:00: questions on testing (need before certain medical interventions, testing of young children)
- 14:00 Questions about contamination (how far to go, effect of nicotine)
- 21:11 Questions on the future of the pandemic (viral circulation, vaccination, variants, seasonality)
- 32:20 32:20: Questions about vaccines (injection temperature, development of resistance, change of vaccine for second dose, side effects, time to protection)
- 42:50 42:00: questions about some means of prevention (effect of vitamin D or zinc, realism of implementation)
- 49:24 Questions about antiviral treatments (available data, limitations of use)
- 53:10 53:10: Questions about masks (data on their effectiveness, tips for use)
- 58:55 Miscellaneous issues
- 1:02:00 : questions on the COVID long
- Adrien ChopinAdrien Chopin, post-doctoral researcher in cognitive sciences, Institut de la Vision, Paris, France.
- Virginie CourtierResearcher in evolutionary genetics, Institut Jacques Monod, University of Paris, Director of the "Evolution and Genetics" research team. @Biol4Ever
- Denis CorpetDenis Corpet, microbiologist and Professor Emeritus of Hygiene & Nutrition, ENVT, University of Toulouse, Toulouse, France.
- Charlotte JacquemotResearcher in cognitive sciences, NeuroPsychologie Interventionnelle team, INSERM U955, Institut Mondor de Recherche Biomédicale & Département d'Etudes Cognitives, Ecole normale supérieure-PSL, Paris, France.
- Stéphane Korsia-MeffreStéphane Korsia-Meffre, veterinarian and neurobiologist, lecturer at the University of Paris XIII and member of the Ethics and Cancer Committee.
- Francesca Pinton, biology student at the Institut Jacques Monod and biology researcher at the University of Bergen, Norway.
- Gwenaël RabutGwenaël Rabut, researcher in molecular biology, Institute of Genetics and Development, Rennes, France.
- Faculty of Sciences of the University of Paris for funding.
- Alessandro Diana and Tania Louis for their support.
- Anke Braatz for the illustrations.
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