COVID-19 Frontline - A New Light in the Darkness: Therapies Recently Granted Emergency Use Authorizations for Patients with COVID-19
The COVID-19 FRONTLINE TeleECHO program provides a comprehensive and up-to-date perspective on the ever-changing management of patients with COVID-19. This recorded TeleECHO session features in-depth case studies to encourage retention of the lessons and provide new perspectives on the management of patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. The case studies will focus on different issues facing clinicians, such as identifying patients who would benefit from monoclonal antibody therapy and best practices for incorporating agents authorized for emergency use into the care of hospitalized and non-hospitalized patients with COVID-19.
Shyam Kottilil, MD, PhD
Dr. Kottilil discloses that the University of Maryland has received funds to participate in trials, as well he has received research funds paid to the university from Merck Inc, Gilead Sciences and Arbutus Pharmaceuticals. He has also provided contracted research for Regeneron, Eli Lilly, and air Pharmaceuticals, as well as serving on the advisory board for hepatitis b functional cure program at Merck Inc.
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