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Coronavirus Biology and Pathogenesis
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SARS in the Context of Emerging Infectious Threats SARS in the Context of Emerging Infectious Threats
What do we know? What have we learned?
Where do we go from here?



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Program Chairs and Panel Moderators

·  Dr. Scott Hammer (Program Co-Chair and Moderator), Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases & Harold C. Neu Professor of Medicine Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, New York

·  Dr. Ian Lipkin (Program Co-Chair), Director, Center for Immunopathogenesis and Infectious Diseases, Mailman School of Public Health & Professor of Epidemiology and Neuro logy, Columbia University, New York

·  Dr. Allan Rosenfield, (Moderator) DeLamar Professor and Dean, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University

The Academy would like to thank the following for their generous support:

Lead sponsor: Pfizer
Partners: Merck Research Laboratories, Bristol Meyers Squibb, Novartis



This conference was developed in partnership with Columbia University's Center for Global Health & Economic Development and The National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases.

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