Role and outcome from the “Research Luxembourg COVID-19 task force”
Join expert virologist Dr. Angela Rasmussen as she explains why serology testing is necessary to help inform a long-term vaccination strategy and confirm vaccine effectiveness.
Dr. Sara Jenks, Consultant Biochemist
Public health strategies going forward will be based on the ability to answer how circulating antibody levels that are specific for each viral antigen change with time following natural infection and which serological assays best predict protective immune response.
Judith Monroe, MD, President and CEO of the CDC Foundation
Understand the risks associated with infectious diseases during pregnancy and how to address them through proper diagnostic testing
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the circulation of respiratory viruses changed dramatically, with only very low influenza activity observed in 2020-2021 compared to previous seasons.
November 9, 2021
Katherine Soreng, PhD
Clinical Education for Laboratory Diagnostics