Research, Discovery & Innovation

Q&A with Paul Anderson, MD, PhD: Research and Innovation in the Time of COVID-19

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Clinical and Research News (CRN) recently published a Q&A with Paul Anderson:

“In March, research leadership made an unprecedented decision. To help reduce the spread of COVID-19, the Brigham shut down the majority of its physical research labs. But that hasn’t stopped research teams from innovating. Labs that can do so are performing their work remotely, and labs that are performing essential functions, including COVID-19 research, are continuing their critical work on site.

Paul Anderson, MD, PhD, Senior Vice President of Research and Education, Chief Academic Office for the Brigham

Paul Anderson, MD, PhD, senior vice president of research and education and chief academic officer for the Brigham, recently answered questions about the laboratory shutdown, the launch of the Center for COVID Innovation and his hopes for the future.

In addition, the Brigham and Mass General research communities have come together to launch the Mass General Brigham Center for COVID Innovation (MGBCCI).

Paul Anderson, MD, PhD

Read the full conversation in Clinical and Research News here.