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Three Capitals Lecture Series: Human Mobility & Population Density's Impact on the Spread of COVID-19

The Mexico City, Ottawa, and Washington D.C. University of Oxford Alumni Societies invite you to the second lecture in our series. Dr. Moritz Kraemer, will generously share updates and details of the COVID-19 Vaccine research underway at the University of Oxford.
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Three Capitals Lecture Series: Human Mobility & Population Density's Impact on the Spread of COVID-19

Time & Location

Aug 27, 2020, 10:00 AM
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About the Event

Mexico City, Ottawa, and Washington D.C. invite you to the second lecture in our Three Capitals Lecture series. Dr. Moritz Kraemer, Branco Weiss Fellow with the Zoology Department, will share updates and details research he carried out, exploring the spread fo the novel coronavirus. 

An associate of the Oxford Martin Program on Pandemic Genetics, Dr. Kraemer will share insights on how, as the virus spread research into how humans spread the virus mitigation tactics had to change. Using data from Global.health, Dr. Kraemer and his research team found that mobility statistics offered a precise record of the spread of SARS-CoV-2. 

More details of his research can be found in the Science article, "The effect of human mobility and control measures on the COVID-19 epidemic in China".

Hope to see you there! 

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