The Zika virus has been spreading rapidly throughout Latin America, with numerous implications for global public health.
Join a discussion with some of the country’s top experts in infectious disease and epidemiology at UC Berkeley about what we know about the virus, what we can expect as infections increase, and how we should be addressing the Zika virus both at home and abroad.
Dr. Art Reingold, MD – Professor and Head of Epidemiology, UC Berkeley School of Public Health (SPH)
Dr. Eva Harris, PhD – Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology; Faculty Director, Center for Global Public Health, UC Berkeley SPH
Dr. Lee Riley, MD – Professor of Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases; Chair, Division of Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology, UC Berkeley SPH
Dr. Caitlin Gerdts, PhD, MHS – Senior Associate, Ibis Reproductive Health
Dr. Brenda Eskanazi, PhD – Professor of Epidemiology; Center for Occupational and Environmental Health, UC Berkeley SPH
Moderated by: Lisa Aliferis, Editor, State of Health, KQED News