Date(s) - 21 Jan 2021
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
About this Event
The 3rd Annual reimagine Health Research Symposium will focus on current topics in the areas of Intervention and Prevention of important diseases that are impacting humankind. The symposium will emphasize approaches for a variety of diseases and crises including COVID-19, cancer, opioid addiction, and the challenge of needing to develop novel antibiotics. Attendees will learn from and engage with leading experts who will present and discuss contemporary treatment and prevention strategies in the areas of drug discovery, vaccine development, addiction management, the use of artificial intelligence, as well as ethical and social factors contributing to these approaches.
Who is invited to this event?
The event is open to the public. We highly recommend researchers and healthcare professionals to attend. We also welcome students, educators and the general public to attend this valuable conference. Early registration is encouraged.
To request disability-related accommodations that would ensure your full participation in this event, please contact: COMPHX-ResearchOffice@arizona.edu.
This symposium will take place virtually via Zoom Webinar hosted by The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix.
Visit our website to learn more about the speakers!
Gary Nabel, MD, PhD
Regina Barzilay, PhD
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Topic: AI in Antibiotic Discovery and Oncology Drug Development
Julie E. Bauman, MD, MPH
University of Arizona Cancer Center
Topic: Cancer Immunotherapy
Jolene Bowers, PhD
Translational Genomics Research Institute
Topic: COVID-19 Genomic Epidemiology
Tom Broker, PhD
University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine
Topic: Development of anti-HPV Drugs
Marilyn Glassberg, MD
University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix
Topic: COVID-19 Clinical Trials and Pulmonary Fibrosis
William Holland, MD
Topic: Banner System Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
Sam Lee, PhD
Cocrystal Pharma Inc.
Topic: Discovery and Development of Antivirals
Purnima Madhivanan, MBBS, MPH, PhD
UArizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health
Topic: HPV Vaccination
Grant McFadden, PhD
Arizona State University
Terrence Stull, MD
Phoenix Children’s Hospital Research Institute
Topic: Bacterial Vaccine Polypeptides
Tricia Wright, MD, MS
University of California San Francisco
Topics: Addiction Medicine