12/12/2021: The Future of Vaccines and Public Health in the 2020s

Sunday December 12th 2p-4p EST

 

The world is struggling with the pandemic. New variants and surprisingly high resistance to getting vaccinated are causing yet another spike in cases.  Globally, practically every country is or has struggled with the virus.

 

On New Year’s Day 2020, most of us were not thinking about vaccines and public health.  Now these two topics consume us.  It is clear that the 2020s will be a decade about vaccines within the larger framework of public health.  This symposium will bring together speakers and panelists that will provide a view on what lies ahead for us all.  Please join us!

 

Our esteemed presenters are:
 
Kevin Sneed

Senior Associate VP, USF Health

Dean and Professor

USF Health Taneja College of Pharmacy

University of South Florida

 
Donna Peterson

Senior Associate VP, USF Health

Dean, College of Public Health

Professor of Public Health

University of South Florida

 
Dr. Ben Sachs

Physician

Longtime expert on Public Health

What will the future of vaccines and Public Health look like?

 

Note: Until further notice, for attendance at an in-person symposium it will be mandatory to provide proof of being fully vaccinated and have a ticket to enter.  We also encourage the wearing of masks.