Long-COVID and the emerging science around Expediting Effective Treatments for COVID-19.

CanCOVID Partner
Special Event

On Behalf of the Public Health Agency of Canada:

Please join us on Thursday, March 11, 2021, from 10:30 a.m. - 12 noon Eastern Time, for a special PHACtually Speaking seminar by experts from the CanCOVID network who will give presentations on Long-COVID and on the emerging science around Expediting Effective Treatments for COVID-19.
Our distinguished panelists for this seminar are:

 “The Long-COVID National Cohort Study”

presented by:

·         Dr. Angela M. Cheung, Professor of Medicine, KY and Betty Ho Chair in Integrative Medicine at University of Toronto (UT), Senior Scientist at University Health Network (UHN) and a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Musculoskeletal and Postmenopausal Health.


·         Dr. Margaret Herridge, Professor, Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto, Senior Scientist in the Toronto General Hospital Research Institute and Director of the RECOVER Program.

“Platform Trials: Expediting Effective Treatments for COVID-19”

presented by:

·         Dr. John C. Marshall, Professor of Surgery at the University of Toronto, a critical care physician at St. Michael’s Hospital and Senior Investigator at the Keenan Research Centre for Biomedical Science.

We hope you will join us for this virtual seminar. Pre-registration is required to participate via WebEx: https://canada.webex.com/canada/onstage/g.php?MTID=ef4a560b7b3512397c25825b6ca300f41 (Registration password = 5165).

 This seminar is being co-presented by the Office of the Chief Science Officer at the Public Health Agency of Canada and CanCOVID - a dynamic open science collective dedicated to rapidly mobilizing and sharing knowledge to help guide Canada’s COVID-19 response. To learn more about CanCOVID, or to join their community, please visit their website: https://cancovid.ca/2020/10/join-us-at-cancovid/.

Please note: In an effort to limit hackers from joining our event, we ask that our community members do not share this event’s information on any public forums, such as Facebook and other social media platforms.