What have we learned? What don't we know? How are we doing? What can we do better? What do we owe to one another?
Dr. Irwin Redlener, director and founder of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University, will deliver a short introductory talk. A panel of experts in infectious disease, ethics, history, risk management and policy will provide critical updates, observations and recommendations related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
You'll hear from:
Dr. Michael Oglesbee, Director of Ohio State’s Infectious Diseases Institute
Philip Renaud, Executive Director of the Risk Institute at Ohio State’s Fisher College of Business
The Risk Institute is a collection of forward-thinking companies and academics who understand that effective risk-managememt strategies not only protect firms, but position firms to create growth and value.
Marc Spindelman, Professor in Ohio State’s Moritz College of Law
Spindelman's background includes a fellowship in Bioethics and Health Policy at Georgetown University and time as a faculty associate at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Dr. Andrew Thomas, Chief Clinical Officer, Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center
Dr. Thomas provides oversight for patient care services, medical staff administration, and quality and safety initiatives throughout the Wexner Medical Center.
Dean Amy Fairchild of Ohio State’s College of Public Health, an expert in public health ethics and history, will moderate the discussion.