Global pandemics are not new to us. From the Black Plague of the 18th century when a third of the European population died, to the 1920s when the Spanish Flu killed over 50 million people, and now over a million people worldwide have died from COVID-19. How have we overcome pandemics in the past and why is it so hard to make a vaccine?
Join us at Pandemic – The Race for a Cure to learn about the history of vaccines and diseases through the ages, plus hear directly from the heroes at the forefront of the global fight against COVID-19.
Pandemic – The Race for a Cure presented with QPAC.
Dr Larisa Labzin is a viral immunologist who is dedicated to unravelling the mystery of how our immune system detects and responds to acute viral infections. This is key to...View Profile
Paul Young is Professor of Virology and Head of the School of Chemistry & Molecular Biosciences at The University of Queensland. He gained his PhD from the London School of...View Profile
Tegan Taylor is co-host of the ABC’s multi-award-winning Coronacast and a health and science journalist in the ABC Science Unit, where she reports on topics from health fads to moonquakes...View Profile
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