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Dale Yuzuki: COVID-19: From Chaos to Cure

With two vaccines approved in the US, and a few on the pipeline, are you constantly asking yourself: Shall I get vaccinated as soon as possible, or shall I wait and see? Which vaccine shall I get if there is a choice? What is going on “behind the scenes” to combat the “second wave” of COVID-19 in the scientific and healthcare arena”?  When fears rampant and stakes high, our wellness forum is fortunate to have the right industry expert helping us putting things in perspective.

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 A Genomics industry excerpt and widely followed thought leader, Dale will break down COVID-19 diagnostics, therapeutics, and vaccines. You will come away with deeper insights on how the cutting-edge biomedical science and technology mobilized to tackle this worldwide pandemic, and have a better understanding of the key elements to consider for your COVID-related decision making.    

 With 20 years of life science industry experience across research and clinical markets, Dale Yuzuki has worked for several leading companies in genetics, including Illumina and Thermo Fisher Scientific. He is a well-known thought-leader in genomics and the author of The Next Generation Technologist blog. His recent publication COVID-19: From Chaos To Cure sheds light on the ongoing fight, foreseeing the end to this worldwide scourge is around the corner.

 Before his career in the life sciences, Dale taught high school biology and chemistry, as well as English as a Second Language courses overseas. In 2015, as a global scientific affairs specialist, he was the popular face of Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Behind the Bench blog and the #LabChat video series; on YouTube, he’s offered over 75 videos highlighting the groundbreaking research of leading scientists worldwide.

He has a Master’s degree in education from UCLA and a second Master’s degree in Cell and Molecular Biology from San Francisco State University, and lives in Greater Bethesda, Maryland with his spouse and three children.

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