Issue 7: Second Global COVID Lab Meeting With Dr. Bette Korber May 21st at 10 am EST

May 13, 2020

By Ted Schenkelberg, M.B.A., M.P.H.

Chief Operating Officer


Much attention has been paid to Dr. Bette Korber’s new study suggesting a more transmissible form of SARS-CoV-2 is emerging due to mutations of the Spike (S) protein. These findings have important implications for SARS-CoV-2 transmission, pathogenesis and immune interventions, and have been widely and sometimes not accurately reported in the press. Dr. Korber will present her findings on May 21st at 10 am EST.

If you haven’t registered for the webinar yet, you can still do so using the link below. The Global COVID Lab Meeting is open to everybody who is interested in the research:

The Global COVID Lab Meeting is a bi-weekly webinar series, presented by the Human Vaccines Project. Last week more than 850 people from every continent registered to hear Dr. James E. Crowe, Jr. present his lab’s latest advances on the development of monoclonal antibody interventions for COVID-19, which progressing toward the clinic in record time. If you missed the first webinar, you can watch it here


Register for the HVP COVID Report: