Editor’s note: The archived video recording is embedded below.
The pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus has shut down countries around the world. One of society’s biggest hopes is that treatments or even vaccines can be developed. Today is part three of our digital event series exploring this topic, “Vaccines — can they come soon enough?”
The first part on April 8 discussed antibody drugs that target the coronavirus, and the second part on April 29 discussed fighting Covid-19 on multiple fronts.
Part 3: Vaccines — can they come soon enough?
May 6 at 1 p.m. EST
- Sponsor Introduction: Clem Lewin, Ph.D., associate vice president of R&D strategy for vaccines, Sanofi
- Tal Zaks, chief medical officer, Moderna
- Matthew Herper, senior writer, medicine, and editorial director of events, STAT (moderator)
A version of this recording with closed captioning can be found on STAT’s YouTube page here.