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EMBL Science & Society Programme: Infectious Disease & Society Series
INFECTIOUS DISEASE & SOCIETY SEMINAR SERIES

Our Science & Society Seminars create a platform for dialogue and debate, allowing EMBL to examine the ethical, legal, and social implications of scientific research.

This special seminar series focuses on the theme of “Infectious Disease and Society”, and seeks to explore the scientific and societal impact of infectious diseases. This examines not only the COVID-19 pandemic from a number of angles, but also other infectious diseases such as salmonella and malaria.

In this session, Dr. Claire Standley will present "International frameworks for infectious disease control: past, present and future".
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Speakers

Dr. Claire Standley
Assistant Research Professor @Center for Global Health Science and Security, Georgetown University
Dr. Claire Standley (@ClaireJStandley) is an Assistant Research Professor within the Center for Global Health Science and Security, with a primary faculty appointment in the Department of International Health at Georgetown University. Her research focuses on the analysis of health systems strengthening and international capacity building for public health, with an emphasis on multisectoral approaches for the prevention and control of infectious diseases.
Dr. Jan Kosinski
Group Leader @EMBL Hamburg
Dr. Jan Kosinski will chair this meeting.
Lucia von Bredow
Science & Society Manager @EMBL Heidelberg
Lucia von Bredow, who will host this seminar, runs the Science & Society Programme at EMBL. She has a background in law, public affairs and stakeholder engagement in the healthcare and life science sectors. The Science & Society Programme has been running for over twenty years. It seeks to create a bridge between EMBL, external stakeholders, and cross-sectoral experts, by undertaking analysis of, and discussion on the societal impact of scientific research. We act as a neutral facilitator, providing an impartial forum to explore the societal context in which scientific research operates.