Dr. Melissa Hogan, Dr. Robert Seiser, Dr. Bedrija Nikocevic, Dr. Tamara Marshall, and Dr. Jason Alegro

Dr. Melissa Hogan, dean of the Roosevelt University College of Science, Health and Pharmacy, hosts this four-part series on the ins and outs of COVID-19 vaccines.

The COVID-19 Vaccine Explained sessions will explore how vaccines are made, the myths surrounding the vaccines and what it’s like on the front lines treating COVID-19. Hear from experts in immunology and biomedical science, pharmacy and infectious disease.

Each livestreamed session includes an audience Q&A. Register for the free events here.

Vaccines: From Trials to Vials
Wednesday, Feb. 10 | 12 p.m. CST
Robert Seiser, PhD, Associate Professor of Biology and Chemistry, Roosevelt University

COVID-19 Vaccine Myth Busters
Wednesday, Feb. 17 | 12 p.m. CST
Bedrija Nikocevic, PharmD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, Roosevelt University and Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist at Holy Cross Hospital

COVID-19 and Communities of Color
Wednesday, Feb. 24 | 12 p.m. CST
Tamara Marshall, MD, Medical Science Liaison and Educator

Perspectives from a Pandemic Pharmacist
Wednesday, March 3 | 12 p.m. CST
Jason Alegro, PharmD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences, Roosevelt University and Infectious Disease Clinical Pharmacy Specialist at Mount Sinai Hospital

Free and open to the public.

About Roosevelt University

Roosevelt University is a private institution founded in 1945 on the principles of inclusion and social justice. Roosevelt offers associate, undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs online and at four campus locations in the Chicago area.

In March 2020, the Higher Learning Commission approved the integration of Roosevelt University and Robert Morris University Illinois. Through the Building a Stronger University strategic plan, the new Roosevelt will be nationally recognized as a catalyst for students from all walks of life to receive transformational learning experiences. Students who attend the expanded University will become socially conscious citizens who thrive in a diverse and changing world.

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