Kirby Institute Seminar Series presents
Associate Professor Gail Matthews
Gail Matthews is a clinical academic and associate professor at Kirby Institute, UNSW Scientia fellow and Head of Infectious Diseases at St Vincent's Hospital. She has been closely involved in managing the hospitals response to COVID-19.
Dr Marianne Martinello
Marianne Martinello is a Senior Research Fellow and NHRMC Early Career Fellow in the Viral Hepatitis Clinical Research Program at Kirby Institute, and an Infectious Diseases Physician at Blacktown Mt Druitt Hospital and St Vincent’s Correctional Health, Sydney. She is involved in research and clinical care of people with COVID-19.
As the global COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, new cases that are being identified in clinical settings are having an impact on the way in which therapeutics for COVID-19 are being developed.
In this presentation, we will discuss the recent data on patient demographics, infection rates and symptoms, and what the implications are for how we might treat people with COVID-19 infection.