Stay Calm and Wash Your Hands - ONLINE CLASS

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Taught by Raj Sivaraman

Raj Sivaraman is a PhD virologist, scientist, and comedian. He has presented his work at international conferences, Nerd Nite, Empiricist League, and at various parties (to many people's dismay). He has been featured in the Nature Magazine, Cambridge Science Festival, and the New York Times. He also lost on Jeopardy! because he missed a question about ABBA. So, don't talk to him about ABBA.

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*This talk will meet virtually via Zoom. Check out to download the desktop/mobile app and familiarize yourself with things in advance! This talk has a $5 suggested donation - use the drop down menu on the next page to RSVP for free or make a donation if you can*

Are you freaking out yet about this coronavirus pandemic? SHOULD you be freaking about the coronavirus pandemic? How many times should you be washing my hands in one day?? In this talk, you will learn everything you ever wanted to know about how viruses spread, how your body handles infections, and what we can do to stop this coronavirus pandemic.

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