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COVID Lessons Learned: Medical Response, Pharmaceuticals, PPE and Contracting Opportunities (Virtual, Sept 29-30)

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COVID Lessons Learned: Medical Response, Pharmaceuticals, PPE and Contracting Opportunities
Since January of 2020, our nation and the world have been wrestling with the COVID-19 pandemic. While so much progress has been made, there is still work to be done – but much can be learned by considering how far we have come in that fight. From the creation and scale-up of new diagnostics to the development and deployment of new treatments for COVID patients to the broad roll-out of effective vaccines, this session will include representatives that span across all those areas – from industry, federal agencies and military treatment facilities.
  • Colonel Tonya Rans, Chief, Immunization Healthcare Division, DHA-Public Health
  • Colonel Christopher G. Jarvis, Commander, Womack Army Medical Center (Fort Bragg)
  • Colonel Matthew W. Voyles, Director, Medical Supply Chain, Defense Logistics Agency
  • Gary L. Disbrow, Ph.D., Director, Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  • Dan Keefe, Director, Supplier Operations, Defense Logistics Agency
Considering the current COVID operational environment, the beginning of government travel restrictions and the commitment of all co-hosts to provide a valuable, impactful and safe event, we are postponing the in-person MBB Symposium until June 8-9, 2022.
We are as disappointed in this decision as everyone who will read this message, but ultimately, we feel it is the best decision given the current environment and trending figures.
Although we cannot gather in-person next month, we invite you to participate in a virtual, “MBB-Light” web conference, scheduled for Sept. 29-30, 2021.  We hope that you will participate in those sessions.  There will be no cost to participate in the virtual sessions. If you would like to participate, please register under the event website for the free virtual platform.

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