Apr 26, 2020 • 1HR 52M

Episode 6 - 4.26.2020

 
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Steve Alloy

Topic: Homebuilders and the Pandemic
Bio: CEO of Stanley Martin Homes

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Dan Yergin

Topic: The energy market and the pandemic
Bio: Vice Chairman of IHS Markit and Author of The Prize and The Quest and forthcoming The New Map: Energy, Climate, and the Clash of Nations

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Dan Yergin and Mark Gunning QA

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Mark Gunnin

Topic: The Oil Market
Bio: President of Hunt Oil

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Jordan Shiner

Topic: Summer Camp and the pandemic
Bio: Camp Director and Owner of Camp Horseshoe, Rhinelander Wisconsin

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Jordan Shiner and Dr. Cyril Wecht QA

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John Lipsky

Topic: Multilateral Institutions Response to the Pandemic
Bio: Former Chief Economist at Salomon Brothers and Managing Director of the IMF

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John Lipsky QA

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Eric Klinenberg

Topic: Sociology and the Pandemic – Who is most at risk and what are the implications of people living alone and in isolation.
Bio: Professor of Sociology at NYU and author of Heatwave and Going Solo

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Eric Klinenberg QA

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Dr. Inderpal Randhawa

Topic: How to keep running a doctor’s office for children despite a pandemic
Bio: Board certified in 5 fields – adult and pediatric pulmonology and immunology, solid organ transplantation; Research scientist, several academic appointments, over 100 peer review publications in the fields of lung and immune diseases; Business entrepreneur – have built from the ground up – a unique translational science facility in S. California focused on orphan disease areas – this unique facility is focused on artificial intelligence, machine learning modeling, and the implications of translating clinical research data and basic science research data in the fields of immunology, allergy and lung disease.

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Dr. Inderpal Randhawa QA

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Dr. Cyril Wecht

Topic: What can pathology teach us about Covid19?
Bio: He is one of the most famous forensic pathologists in the US, he has been president of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and the American College of Legal Medicine, and has served as the Allegheny County Coroner and Medical Examiner for the Pittsburgh MSA. Author of over 16 books including
Grave Secrets: A Leading Forensic Expert Reveals the Startling Truth about O.J. Simpson, David Koresh, Vincent Foster, and Other Sensational Cases

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Dr. Cyril Wecht QA

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David Salsburg

Topic: How can we make good estimates of the parameters of the epidemic?
Bio: Retired Pfizer statistician and author of The Lady Tasting Tea and Errors, Blunders and Lies: How to Tell the Difference

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David Salsburg QA

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Derek Lowe

Topic: Survey of Progress in Vaccines for Covid19
Bio: Blogger on the pharma industry
Reading Assignment
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Derek Lowe QA

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Questions for Speakers

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