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The Confusing Conundrums of COVID-19: Vaccines, Viruses, and Human Behavior

The pandemic is a complex and ever-changing subject. Join us as we reflect on some of the amazing science we’ve learned during our coverage.

January 19 at Noon

Where:
Online
Age:
All Ages
Length:
60 minutes
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Over the past two years, Dr. Catherine Franssen, Life Scientist at the Science Museum of Virginia, has become well-known as a reliable resource for data driven information regarding the pandemic, neuroscience and much more. Dr. Franssen has helped the Science Museum cover many topics related to the pandemic, subjects ranging from serious statistics on the virus to even personal and helpful parenting tips during this difficult time.

Don’t miss this chance to engage an expert! Dr. Franssen will be presenting live, answering your questions, and discussing some of the most interesting facts we’ve learned so far, from virus science, vaccines, and even intriguing human behavioral patterns.

  • What: “The Confusing Conundrums of COVID-19: Vaccines, Viruses, and Human Behavior," presented by Catherine Franssen, Ph.D. Neurobiology from University of Chicago, Life Scientist, Science Museum of Virginia
  • When: Wednesday, January 19, 12 - 12:45 p.m.
  • Where: Zoom meeting in the comfort of your home

How to Attend

This digital Lunch Break Science is FREE to attend, but registration is required. Registration will be open until 10:30 a.m. on the day of the event.

You will be sent a link and password to access the talk at 11 a.m. on the day of the event.

The Confusing Conundrums of COVID-19
A live & free virtual presentation