ANTIBODY DEPENDENT EHNANCEMENT SYNDROME (ADE) Molecular Mechanism for Antibody-Dependent Enhancement of Coronavirus Entry 4 Myths About Coronavirus Antibodies If people, when first infected, had mild symptoms or were asymptomatic and now get re-infected will they mount Antibody Dependent Enhancement (ADE) because they have only mounted a mild immune response the first time and this can trigger the pathway for ADE leading to new severe symptoms due to cytokine storm (pus and i
Dr. Susan Sokolowski - Her research in primarily PPE design. She is a director and an associate professor of sports product design at the University of Oregon. Read and share this article written by Dr. Sokolowski and Karen LaBat (University of Minnesota): Making masks at home – what you need to know about how to reduce the transmission of coronavirus Dr. Marc Ó Gríofa - He has recently taken over as the medical director for the City of Las Vegas Emergency Operations Center f
Dr. Mark, founder of iGIANT, joined Queer Eye's Jonathan Van Ness for a stimulating conversation about COVID-19, personal protective equipment(PPE), and looking at the world and COVID-19 through a gender/sex lens. Click here to listen.
It is important to look at the COVID-19 pandemic through a gender/sex lens & design gender-specific solutions in an effort to conserve resources without compromising the health of society as a whole. Check out the article here.