COVID-19 Vaccines: Unfinished Business

March 28, 2022 to April 01, 2022
12 noon - 2:00pm ET each day (closes at 2:30pm final day)


Virtual Symposium - Registration Required

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Explore the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic and look to the future alongside an outstanding line-up of global leaders during this 5-day virtual #VaccineSymposium. Our panel of experts will discuss the topics that have shaped the world as we know it for the past two years—such as vaccine hesitancy, issues surrounding vaccine inequity, political responses to the pandemic, and the status of existing and new vaccines—and offer insight into how we can anticipate and prepare for new viral threats.

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This symposium will eplore the status of existing and new vaccines, issues relating to vaccine equity, vaccine hesitancy, how we can anticipate and prepare for new viral threats, and much more during “COVID-19 Vaccines: Unfinished Business,” Columbia University’s 5-day symposium of vaccines and global health.

Join an extensive roster of 35+ global leaders – including the WHO’s Chief Scientist, Soumya Swaminathan, MBBS, MD, the newly-appointed CEO of Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Dr. Katrina Armstrong, Directors of three Centers for Disease Control (Rochelle P. Walensky, MD, MPH, Director of the US CDC, George F. Gao, PhD, MSC Director-General of the Chinese CDC, and John Nkengasong, PhD, Director of Africa CDC), and the Prime Minister of the Hellenic Republic, Hon. Kyriakos Mitsotakis,  – to hear their insight into the topics that have shaped the world as we know it over the past two years at this once-in-a-lifetime event

This virtual event will take place via Zoom from March 28-April 1, 2022, starting at Noon ET each day, and is open to all. Learn more and register to attend at


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