Working with the world’s deadliest diseases
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Brilliant minds studying the world’s most dangerous pathogens may seem like science fiction, but the scientists who protect us from bio-threats are very real. In this episode, we learn about a network that connects laboratories across the world to study deadly viruses like COVID-19, Ebola and Anthrax. What is it like to be one of these scientists, working in Canada’s highest containment laboratory?

Learn more about our guests:

Dr. Primal Silva, Chief Science Operating Officer and Science Integrity Lead, CFIA
https://inspection.canada.ca/about-cfia/organizational-structure/chief-science-operating-officer-and-science-integr/eng/1636562227924/1636562228283

Dr. Brad Pickering, Special Pathogens Unit Head, Winnipeg Laboratory, CFIA
https://profils-profiles.science.gc.ca/en/profile/brad-s-pickering-phd

Dr. Debbie Eagles, Deputy Director, Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness
https://pheedloop.com/bsl4znet2021/site/speakers/?event=bsl4znet2021&section=97078&id=SPEGHWKVDNA

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