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Webinar Series: Lessons Learned from Organizations Implementing Testing Strategies

Join the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in the launch of their new informational webinar series on COVID-19 testing strategies and best practices from selected organizational leaders. This webinar series will be hosted as part of the Center’s new COVID-19 Testing Toolkit which aims to provide essential information for all organizations seeking to engage in COVID-19 testing.

Lessons from the Entertainment Industry – Testing as a Mitigation Strategy to Get Back on Set

May 17 at 2pm ET

A panel of experts will discuss the importance COVID-19 testing strategies and best practices in the entertainment industry to ensure production can safely resume.

Panelists:

  • Meredith Lavender
  • Marcie Ulin

Meredith and Marcie have been business partners for over 15 years and have worked together as executive producers and showrunners for shows, including HBO Max’s The Flight Attendant, ABC’s Nashville, Fox’s Proven Innocent and The Gifted, among others.

Moderator:

  • Gigi Gronvall, PhD, Senior Scholar, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
   

Previous Webinars

Lessons from BD on Implementing Testing Services in K-12 Schools

Tuesday, April 13

A panel of experts discussed the importance of testing to ensure schools can safely re-open and stay open for in-person learning, and provided insights into BD's COVID-19 testing capabilities, including training and education.

Read the full transcript from April 13 (PDF).

 
   

 

COVID-19 Testing Toolkit Webinar Series: Lessons from Ginkgo Bioworks and Concentric by Ginkgo

Wednesday, March 24

The first webinar of this series featured a conversation with Ginkgo Bioworks on how they launched their innovative COVID-19 testing service, Concentric by Ginkgo, and their efforts to pilot their program in schools. The panelists discussed the importance of testing to ensure safe school re-openings, as well as the role of biotechnology to counter future outbreaks and pandemics.

Read the full transcript from March 24 (PDF).