Does Indiana know enough about COVID?

UNDATED – Indiana scientists, science educators, science teachers, science graduate and undergraduate students, and science enthusiasts are invited to participate in the 136th Annual Academy Meeting of the Indiana Academy of Science, on Saturday, March 20, 2021 (virtually) from 8 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.

More than 100 science research papers and posters presented on numerous science topics, science professional development workshops, and other topics will be discussed.

“COVID-19 in children, with a focus on Indiana” – Medical Doctor and IU Researcher, Dr. Chandy John, an expert in pediatric infectious diseases and the director of the Ryan White Center for Pediatric Infectious Disease and Global Health at IU will discuss COVID-19 in children with a focus on Indiana.

“COVID-19 in children, with a focus on Indiana” – Medical Doctor and IU Researcher, Dr. Chandy John, an expert in pediatric infectious diseases and the director of the Ryan White Center for Pediatric Infectious Disease and Global Health at IU, will discuss COVID-19 in children with a focus on Indiana.

“COVID-19 in children, with a focus on Indiana” – Medical Doctor and IU Researcher, Dr. Chandy John, an expert in pediatric infectious diseases and the director of the Ryan White Center for Pediatric Infectious Disease and Global Health at IU, will discuss COVID-19 in children with a focus on Indiana.

Pre-registration (members) and general registration Information

Enjoy membership in the Indiana Academy of Science, and register for the annual meeting with discounted pre-registration rate of only $50 for regular Academy members, and free for student members of the Academy.

Non-member regular registration is open now through March 14, 2021. Non-Academy member. $140 regular registration. Non-members are invited to become members by clicking here.

Late Registration for members or non-members. Late registration will continue after March 14, 2021. Late registration is $140.00 for everyone (members or non-members).


DOES INDIANA KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT COVID? COVID IN CHILDREN , COVID
AND HEALTH DISPARITIES, AND WHAT PREVENTS OR TREATS COVID?
“COVID-19 in children, with a focus on Indiana?” Medical Doctor and IU Researcher, Dr. Chandy John,
expert in pediatric infectious diseases and the director of the Ryan White Center for Pediatric Infectious
Disease and Global Health at IU, will discuss COVID-19 in children with a focus on Indiana, at the 136 th
Annual Academy Meeting on March 20 th .
‘Monoclonal Antibodies versus Convalescent Plasma – Do they prevent or treat Covid 19?’ Marian
County Medical Doctor and nationally recognized infectious disease expert Dr. Virginia Caine, Director
and Chief Medical Officer, Marion County Public Health Department, and Associate Professor of Medicine
at IU School of Medicine Infectious Diseases Division, will be speaking about
Monoclonal Antibodies versus Convalescent Plasma at the 136 th Annual Academy Meeting.
“Health Disparities and Viral Pandemics: What Comes Next?” American public health researcher and
civil rights activist Dr. Robert Fullilove, Columbia University, will share his research on this topic at the
136 th Annual Academy Meeting.
JOIN US AS WE UNCOVER SOME OF THE MYTHS AND UNDESTAND THE FACTS

ABOUT COVID-19 —AND SO MUCH MORE.

WHO: Indiana scientists, science educators, science teachers, science graduate and
undergraduate students, and science enthusiasts are invited to participate in the 136 th
Annual Academy Meeting of the Indiana Academy of Science, March 20, 2021 (virtually)
Over 100 science research papers and posters presented on numerous science topics,
science professional development workshops, and hot topic discussions.
WHAT:
WHERE: Virtual– For more information and to register:
http://www.indianaacademyofscience.org.
Register now:
Pre-registration (members) and General registration Information. Enjoy a membership in the Indiana
Academy of Science, and register for the annual meeting with discounted pre-registration rate of only
$50.00 for regular Academy members, and free for student members of the Academy.
Non-member regular registration Information. Non-member regular registration is open now through
March 14, 2021. Non-Academy member. $140.00 regular registration. Non-members are invited to
become members of the Academy and register for the Annual Academy Member as a member
at www.indianaacademyofscience.org/become-a-member/join-online.
Late Registration for members or non-members. Late registration will continue from through March 14,

  1. Late registration is $140.00 for everyone (members or non-members

The Indiana Academy of Science is one of the oldest scientific organizations in the United States and holds a significant presence in the state of Indiana and Midwest. The Academy continues to enjoy a high professional stature with a membership that includes many of the states’ premier scientists and science educators. The Indiana Academy of Science is dedicated to promoting scientific research, encouraging communication and cooperation among scientists, and improving education in the sciences. It is the Indiana affiliate of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

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