October 9, 2020

Episode 253: Forecasting chances for a COVID-19 vaccine

The push to create a vaccine that will end the COVID-19 crisis is putting pressure on medical scientists.

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Forecasting chances for a COVID-19 vaccine

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University of Arizona infectious disease researcher Elizabeth Connick

The push to create a vaccine that will end the COVID-19 crisis is putting pressure on medical scientists. University of Arizona infectious disease researcher Elizabeth Connick studied the race to beat H-I-V and says a similar long-range approach might be necessary to handle the coronavirus.

Elizabeth Connick spoke with Leslie Tolbert, Ph. D regents' professor emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

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