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Watch: Virginia Tech experts answer your COVID-19 questions in April 7 webinar

Virginia Tech experts in public health, vaccines, consumer economics, and psychology answer your questions. A recording is now available on this page from the live webinar.

Today's news can be overwhelming. Virginia Tech experts want to help.

Join Hokie Nation on Tuesday, April 7, at Noon ET for a live webinar featuring experts from across the university.

Rendering of coronaviruses

You can watch the recording of this live webinar below.
Answers to FAQs can be found at the university's COVID-19 page.


Recording from the April 7 webinar

This recording is from the live April 7 webinar and can be accessed as needed. Answers to FAQs can be found at the university's COVID-19 page.

Experts scheduled to participate:

XJ Meng is a University Distinguished Professor of molecular virology. Among other areas, his work in the Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine focuses on developing vaccines against viral diseases and the study of emerging, re-emerging, and zoonotic viral diseases, including coronaviruses.

Portrait of XJ Meng

Portrait of XJ Meng in a lab next to  computer

Charlotte Baker is an assistant professor of epidemiology in the Department of Population Health Sciences at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. Her research focuses include health disparities and health equity, blood disorders, and sports and recreation injury prevention and control.


Portrait of Charlotte Baker

Portrait of Charlotte Baker

E. Scott Geller is an Alumni Distinguished Professor of psychology and director of the Center for Applied Behavior Systems in the College of Science.  Among other areas, his research focuses around the psychology of safety and his worldwide Actively Caring for People movement.

Scott Geller

Portrait of Scott Geller

Sudipta Sarangi is a professor of economics and head of the Department of Economics in the College of Science. His research interests include applied game theory and development economics.

Sudipta Sarangi

Portrait of Sudipta Sarangi

Laura Hungerford is a professor of veterinary public health and epidemiology, and head of the Department of Population Health Sciences at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine

Laura Hungerford

Portrait of Laura Hungerford

Answers to FAQs can be found at the university's COVID-19 page.

Accommodation note:

This livestreamed webinar included closed captions. Users can turn on captions using the settings in the player above. For more information, visit this page.

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