Finkelstein will discuss how entrepreneurs will help rebuild economies all over the world.
Washington Post Live will host two live events examining the latest developments in oncology with key policymakers, top-line doctors, and high-profile cancer advocates. We will also look at how telehealth is ushering in a new era of cancer care in the aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis, including how doctors are trying to broaden access to care, and hear inspiring stories from survivors and caregivers.
On Friday, Nov. 13 at 1:00 p.m. ET, Genentech CEO Alexander Hardy will join Washington Post columnist David Ignatius for a one-on-one conversation about therapeutics and vaccines being created to combat COVID-19.
On Tuesday, Nov. 10, Washington Post Live will bring together digital thought leaders, technologists with expertise in deep learning and robotics and innovative workplace specialists to discuss our increasingly digital lifestyle and how organizations are transforming to meet the needs of customers and employees.
The Washington Post brings together epidemiologist Christopher Golden, PhD, and field scientist Kendra Phelps, PhD, to discuss National Geographic's new series about how scientists are piecing together cultural, medical and environmental factors to trace the origins of deadly diseases and help stave off future pandemics. Tune in on Friday, Oct. 30 at 4:00 p.m. ET. (The Washington Post)
Speakers will discuss the development and deployment of a coronavirus vaccine, and how these new lessons will impact the future of health care in the United States
COVID-19 has inflated many of health care’s most pressing issues – from medical debt, to delayed cancer screenings, to skyrocketing addiction rates, to an increase in depression and anxiety cases. With an unknown future ahead of us, how can the medical industry deliver quality care in the middle of a global pandemic and in the future?
Speakers include Ben Carson, Linda McMahon, Kellyanne Conway, Jason Miller, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson and House Majority Whip Steve Scalise
The series will look at how the post-pandemic world can be a better one.