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CanCOVID & PHAC: The Long-COVID National Cohort Study

  • 11 Mar 2021
  • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Webinar
On Behalf of the Public Health Agency of Canada:

Please join us on Thursday, March 11, 2021, from 10:30 a.m. - 12 noon Eastern Time, for a special PHACtually Speaking seminar by experts from the CanCOVID network who will give presentations on Long-COVID and on the emerging science around Expediting Effective Treatments for COVID-19.
Our distinguished panelists for this seminar are:

 “The Long-COVID National Cohort Study”

presented by:

·         Dr. Angela M. Cheung, Professor of Medicine, KY and Betty Ho Chair in Integrative Medicine at University of Toronto (UT), Senior Scientist at University Health Network (UHN) and a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Musculoskeletal and Postmenopausal Health.


·         Dr. Margaret Herridge, Professor, Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto, Senior Scientist in the Toronto General Hospital Research Institute and Director of the RECOVER Program.

“Platform Trials: Expediting Effective Treatments for COVID-19”

presented by:

·         Dr. John C. Marshall, Professor of Surgery at the University of Toronto, a critical care physician at St. Michael’s Hospital and Senior Investigator at the Keenan Research Centre for Biomedical Science.

We hope you will join us for this virtual seminar. Pre-registration is required to participate via WebEx: (Registration password = 5165).

 This seminar is being co-presented by the Office of the Chief Science Officer at the Public Health Agency of Canada and CanCOVID - a dynamic open science collective dedicated to rapidly mobilizing and sharing knowledge to help guide Canada’s COVID-19 response. To learn more about CanCOVID, or to join their community, please visit their website:

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